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04/03/2014

US Premiere of Richard Ayres's "No. 42 (In the Alps)" with Kiera Duffy and Alarm Will Sound

As part of David Lang’s collected stories concert series, Alan Pierson leads soprano Kiera Duffy and the ensemble Alarm Will Sound in the US premiere of Richard Ayres’s No. 42 (In the Alps) . The program, titled (post)folk , takes as its departure the complex and multi-dimensional relationship ...

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04/02/2014

Mozart's Masterpieces for Guitar

Hegel: Mozart for Guitar - Sheet Music for Guitar - 'Mozart for Guitar' is the second volume in the Schott Composers' series which makes the most famous masterpieces accessible to guitar players thanks to special arrangements for the guitar. Pupils, students and music lovers ...

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03/31/2014

Work of the Week - Christian Jost: Lover

Christian Jost’s new theatrical dance work Lover will receive it’s work premiere in Berlin this week.  The opening night takes place at Kraftwerk Berlin on 2 April where new music by Jost, who will also conduct the premiere, is united with onstage action by Taiwanese percussion theatre ...

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03/24/2014

Work of the Week - Valentin Silvestrov: Der Bote

Valentin Silvestrov’s 1996 work for string orchestra and synthesizer, Der Bote - 1996 (The Messenger), will enjoy a string of performances this week by the Orchestre National de Belgique with conductor Andrey Boreyko. The first of the four concerts will take place on 27 March 2014 in ...

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03/24/2014

For Clarinet solo

Widmann: Drei Schattentänze - Sheet music for Clarinet - Jörg Widmann about his new composition: 'Twenty years after the Fantasie for solo clarinet, the last solo piece I composed for my own instrument, I have once more become completely enamoured with the soul and ...

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03/21/2014

Now available from WERGO

John Cage - Sonatas and Interludes - Composed by John Cage between 1946 and 1948, “Sonatas and Interludes” for prepared piano is one of the most famous works of the composer and one of the works most admired by listeners and performers alike, holding a key position in his ...

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03/17/2014

Work of the Week - Gavin Bryars: Pneuma

Pneuma is the latest collaboration between Gavin Bryars and choreographer Carolyn Carlson, opening on 17 March 2014 at the Opéra National de Bordeaux. The Ballet of the Opéra National is joined by conductor Pieter-Jelle de Boer and the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine.  The ...

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03/10/2014

Work of the Week - Joaquín Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez

While he was writing Concierto de Aranjuez  in the late 1930's, Joaquín Rodrigo could not have predicted his guitar concerto would go on to become one of the most famous works in the guitar repertoire. Completed in 1939 and premiered one year later, its ear-catching melodies has made ...

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03/07/2014

British company specialising in music printing sets up a branch based in Mainz

Schott Music and the British printing company Halstan have concluded a far-reaching cooperation agreement. Established in the UK for nearly 100 years, Halstan has been at the forefront of innovation in music printing and has recently installed a unique combination of digital equipment to provide ...

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03/07/2014

Bernard Rands Celebrates 80!

We offer our heartfelt congratulations to our own Bernard Rands on the occasion of his 80th birthday this month. Long established as a major figure in contemporary music, Rands’s output is as distinctive as it is prolific, noted both for its “plangent lyricism” and “dramatic intensity.” With ...

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