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Work of the Week - Hans Werner Henze: Symphony No. 7

Founded by Hans Werner Henze in 1988, the Munich Biennale is among the world's best festivals for contemporary opera. Henze directed the Biennale until 1996, and this year’s will be the first without him in attendance. In honour of the great composer and conductor, the Munich Philharmonic ...



Pop for Cello

Zlanabitnig: Pop for Cello 3 - Noten für 1-2 Violoncelli mit CD - Auch der neue Band der Serie " Pop For Cello " bietet wieder eine attraktive Auswahl an Liedern für alle Cellisten, die auch Pop- und Rocksongs spielen möchten. Von aktuellen Hits wie ...



Work of the Week - Andrew Norman: Release

On May 1, Gustavo Dudamel leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic with soloist Emanuel Ax in the world premiere of Andrew Norman’s Release for solo piano and orchestra. The work was commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic as part of “The Brahms Project”; a collaborative effort led by ...



schott aktuell - the journal 3/2014: NEW CHAMBER OPERAS

The early summer months hold the promise of a splendid crop of World Premières by our composers across the world, including an orchestral work by the youthful Richard Strauss! The main focus in this issue is on new chamber operas which we present to you on the occasion ...



World Premiere of Stewart Wallace's "Hat Trunk" at The University of Texas at Austin

Stewart Wallace’s Hat Trunk , a colorful arrangement of songs from Wallace’s opera, Hopper’s Wife , receives its world premiere this month at the The University of Texas at Austin's Butler School of Music. The concert takes place at the University's Bates Recital Hall on April 25, with Dan ...



Schott World Music Series

English Folk The popular ' Schott World Music Series ' offers two new volumes with Traditionals from England.   ' English Folk Tunes for Descant Recorder ' contains 62 arrangements for descant recorder, of traditional tunes including a range of styles such as Ballads, ...



Work of the Week - Aribert Reimann: Sieben Lieder

In the 1990s, Aribert Reimann made a series of arrangements of lieder by the Romantics: Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, and Johannes Brahms, for voice and string quartet. Now, on 22 April 2014, the world premiere of a new arrangement, Sieben Lieder - this ...



New Online Presence of Jazz Publishing House

Since April, the publishing house advance music has been presenting a new look. The newly revised Web site at provides musicians with numerous information on the publishing programme. From now on, everyone interested in jazz and world music can easily place online ...



Two Awards Announced for Schott Composers

Two awards have been announced this week for Schott composers: English Touring Opera's was presented with a 2014 Olivier Award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Opera' for their recent productions of Tippett's King Priam and Britten's Paul Bunyan . Juror's cited ETO's 'brave and challenging ...



Arias for Tenor

Birtel: Arias for aspiring singers - Sheet music for Tenor and Piano - This collection of 32 arias from 4 centuries has been designed specifically for budding voice students and will provide the beginning student with a sound and balanced basis for the entrance examination. ...


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