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09/04/2014

Julian Anderson joins Schott

Schott Music is pleased to announce a new exclusive publishing agreement with Julian Anderson, one of the foremost composers of our time. Schott will publish Anderson’s future works beginning with his Violin Concerto , to be premiered on 14 March 2015 by Carolin Widmann and the ...

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09/01/2014

Work of the Week - Fazıl Say: Gezi Park 3

On 2 September, Fazıl Say's specially commissioned work for this year’s Musikfest Bremen, Gezi Park 3 , will receive its world première at Die Glocke in Bremen. Kristjan Järvi conducts the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with mezzo-soprano Marianne Crebassa and the composer at the piano. ...

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08/29/2014

Flutteringly beautiful!

Eötvös: Dances of the Brush-Footed Butterfly - For piano - The dance of the butterflies: The delicate, beautiful butterflies move in a very special way. Eötvös transfers their miniature dances directly onto to the keyboard, sending greetings from his garden. Beautiful music, ...

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08/28/2014

schott aktuell - the journal 5/2014: BALLET TODAY

Welcome to our ballet issue! This autumn sees the première of two major ballet scores by Gavin Bryars who, in addition to his pieces for the concert and operatic stage, has built a highly-acclaimed body of work in the field of dance over the last 25 years. Highlights of Bryars’ ballet repertoire ...

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08/26/2014

ECHO Klassik 2014

Hans Zender: Logos-Fragmente (Canto IX) - Award for WERGO-CD - The ECHO Klassik is one of the best established and most well-known music awards in the world. Today, the German Phono Academy, the cultural institute of the German Music Industry Association, announced the prizewinners ...

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08/25/2014

Passionate

Say: Dance - For piano - 'Dance' is a highly virtuoso piano piece, a passionate and ecstatic dervishes whirl. Alternating metres and rhythmic elements refer to traditional Turkish rhythms. High dynamic variability and changes in register are combined with melodic elements ...

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08/25/2014

Work of the Week - Heinz Holliger: Scardanelli-Zyklus

On 30 August 2014, the Lucerne Festival presents a unique work by Heinz Holliger: Scardanelli-Zyklus , a 150-minute cycle for mixed forces in three parts. The Lucerne Festival Academy Ensemble, along with the Latvian Radio Choir and flautist Felix Renggli will be conducted by the composer ...

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08/22/2014

Gems for 2 violins

Mohrs: Duo-Schatzkiste - Original works from the Renaissance to the Romantic era - The volume contains original compositions from the Baroque to the modern eras, lesser known and well-known pieces, rather easy as well as demanding works. The pieces train the player's sense ...

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08/20/2014

Gershwin for saxophone

Gershwin: 3 Preludes - For tenor saxophone in B flat and piano - Inspired by Frédéric Chopin's 24 Préludes, Gershwin began to write preludes for the piano himself in the mid-1920s. They combine classical moments with jazz elements to form an effective whole, can be played ...

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08/18/2014

Work of the Week - Jörg Widmann: Babylon-Suite

Jörg Widmann is the Composer in Residence at this summer's Grafenegg Festival in Austria. Alongside performances of his works, Widmann has been commissioned to write a new work for orchestra, Babylon-Suite , which will receive its world première on 21 August by Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich ...

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