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12/18/2013

schott aktuell - the journal 1/2014: FLUTE CONCERTOS

How often do we raise an eyebrow when the conversation turns toward flute repertoire? The flute may be perhaps one of the most underestimated of western instruments, viola jokes aside. Indeed, this publication has never dedicated an issue to the topic ... until now. The World Première ...

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12/16/2013

Work of the Week – Richard Ayres: Peter Pan

Peter Pan , a new opera by Richard Ayres with libretto by British writer Lavinia Greenlaw, opens on 19 December 2013 in a production by Oper Stuttgart directed by Frank Hilbrich, conducted by Roland Kluttig, and designed by Duncan Hayler. When Ayres and Greenlaw first met to discuss ...

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12/13/2013

Romantic Duets for Flute and Piano

Wächter/Weinzierl: Romantische Miniaturen - Sheet music for Flute and Piano - Musical miniatures are among the typical forms of the 19th century. Some pieces of this genre have been compiled here for flute and piano, their purpose being to have pleasure in making music. ...

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12/13/2013

The AniMotion Show at St Giles Cathedral

In the stunning setting of St Giles Cathedral, monody meets multi-media as soprano Rebecca Tavener and artist Maria Rud are combining forces for an evocative and beautiful evening of music and art featuring music by Gavin Bryars. Rud’s talent is painting what she ‘sees’ in the music on to ...

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12/09/2013

Anniversary edition

Penderecki: Cantate Domino - choral score - The Polish maestro is regarded as a living legend of the music of our time. On the occasion of his 80th birthday on 11/23/2013, we publish all of his a cappella compositions in a large-size hardback edition. The collection is ...

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12/09/2013

Work of the Week – Krzyszof Penderecki: La Follia

Krzyszof Penderecki celebrated a landmark on 23 November this year, his 80th birthday. As part of the celebrations, Anne-Sophie Mutter will give the world premiere of the composer’s new work, La Follia , for violin solo on 14 December 2013 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. La ...

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12/06/2013

Choral Music for Christmas

Münden: The first Noel - Score for voice and/or instruments - This classical Christmas Carol should be found under every Christmas tree. The melody passes through all parts so that each singer can enjoy the well-known catchy tune which, in this new arrangement with easy ...

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12/05/2013

Bernard Rands at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and New CD on Bridge Records

On December 19, Christoph Eschenbach and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra join in the celebrations of Bernard Rands's 80th birthday year season with a performance of … where the murmurs die.. . . The work, composed in 1995, was a commission from the New York Philharmonic and given its premiere by the ...

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12/05/2013

Ensemble Insomnio Performs Works from Frank Zappa's "The Yellow Shark"

Ensemble Insomnio of The Netherlands performs music from Frank Zappa’s The Yellow Shark , the 1993 album featuring compositions commissioned and performed by the Ensemble Moderne. Zappa described this collaboration as one of the more fulfilling projects of his career and among the best representations ...

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12/05/2013

Lee Hoiby's "The Italian Lesson" at East Harlem Opera

This month, East Harlem Opera produces Lee Hoiby’s delightful musical monologue, The Italian Lesson . The production, a double-bill with Hugo Weisgall’s The Stronger , opens on December 6 at the Poet’s Den Theater in New York, with additional performances on December 7 and 8. Soprano Darynn Zimmer ...

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