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07/22/2014

Schott Music Corporation Acquires Works of George Perle

Schott Music Corporation (NY) is proud to announce the acquisition of nearly 50 works by renowned composer, scholar, and MacArthur Fellow George Perle. Celebrated for his prolific output of chamber and orchestral pieces as well as his influential writings on 20th-century music, the Pulitzer-prize ...

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07/21/2014

Tango!

Ludwig: Lisboa - For string quartet - The Bavarian all-rounder Peter Ludwig not only writes film music, chansons, chamber music and piano music, but also – and especially – beautiful, inspired tangos which close the gap between South America and Europe.     ...

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07/21/2014

Work of the Week - Carl Orff: Catulli Carmina

The dramatic choreographed cantata Catulli Carmina will be performed at this year’s Carl Orff Festival in Andechs, Germany. The Andechser Orff-Akademie Orchestra and the Munich Radio Orchestra conducted by Christian von Gehren will accompany the Andechser Festival choir, the Friedolinspatzen ...

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07/18/2014

Another volume of the Schumann Complete Edition

Schumann: Ouvertüren - Piano score - The Robert Schumann Edition (RSA) is further completed by the piano scores of Schumann's Overtures for piano solo and piano duet. The goal of the edition is to reproduce authentic work texts which shall come as close to the intended originals ...

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07/17/2014

Now available from WERGO

Quintets & Solos - Works by Toshio Hosokawa - “Music is calligraphy using sounds painted on the canvas of silence.” Toshio Hosokawa’s idea demonstrates his engagement with Far Eastern calligraphy as the most prominent connection between his compositional esthetic and ...

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07/14/2014

Work of the Week - Rodion Shchedrin: Moscow - Petushki

Now in it’s 20th year, Verbier Festival has firmly established itself as one of the most important European classical music festivals hosting a programme that not only includes concerts but also master classes for talented young artists with internationally renowned performers such as Rolando ...

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07/14/2014

Farewell, Maestro Maazel

It is with great sadness that we bid farewell to Maestro Lorin Maazel. Born in 1930 near Paris and raised in Argentina, Maazel was regarded as a child prodigy as both a conductor and violinist. His final engagement was as principal conductor with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Yet, ...

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07/11/2014

Rota for choir

Rota: Tre Motetti - Choral score for mixed choir - In addition to his world-famous film scores ('Godfather', 'La dolce vita'), Nino Rota also composed chamber and vocal music, with choral music playing a prominent role. The three choral pieces selected for this edition show ...

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07/07/2014

Modern mass for youth choir

Gabriel: Missa juvenalis - Full score - With regard to style, this mass for two-part youth choir and four-part adult choir, orchestra, solo soprano and two percussionists ranges between classical models, musical and jazz. Accordingly, a large instrumentation is required. This ...

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07/07/2014

Work of the Week - Gavin Bryars: The Fith Century

Gavin Bryars' choral and vocal music is at the heart of his compositional output and recent high profile collaborations with groups such as Ars Nova Copenhagen, the Latvian Radio Choir, The Hilliard Ensemble, The Estonian Male Voice Choir and Trio Medieval have brought many new works into ...

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