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11/15/2013

Krzysztof Penderecki 80

Penderecki at Tampere Music Festival 2013, photo: Maarit Kytöharju The jazz composer Krzysztof Penderecki will celebrate his 80th birthday on 23 November. 'Jazz composer'? Only someone who was unfamiliar with the impressive collection of symphonies, solo concertos, operas, choral works, ...

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11/15/2013

German Record Critics’ Award

Hans Werner Henze: Symphonies 1 & 6 - WERGO-CD receives Quarterly Award 4/2013 - The WERGO-CD with Hans Werner Henze's Symphonies 1 & 6 has been awarded the Quarterly German Record Critics’ Award. In contrast to many composers who only began to write symphonies ...

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11/11/2013

50 easy duets for cello

Lee: First Steps in Violoncello Playing - Sheet music for 1-2 Celli This barely known anthology 'First Steps in Violoncello Playing' by Sebastian Lee contains easy duets in the first position. The first cello part is easy to play while the second part is somewhat more demanding, ...

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11/11/2013

Schott Announces Major Appointment

We are delighted to welcome Sam Rigby as Creative Director Designate London, with responsibility for the composers and repertoire of the London catalogue and a major role in the international promotion of the Schott catalogue. Sam will begin work at Schott in January 2014. He and Sally Groves, who ...

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11/11/2013

Work of the Week – Gerald Barry: Piano Concerto

Gerald Barry’s Piano Concerto , receiving its world premiere on 15 November, was co-commissioned by Bayerischer Rundfunk/musica viva and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and written for Nicolas Hodges (photo). Paul Griffiths writes about the new work: "Barry comes to the great ...

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11/06/2013

Beautiful Folk Music from England

Carson Turner: English Folk Tunes for Piano - Sheet music for Piano with CD - This new collection 'English Folk Tunes' presents 32 beautiful pieces for solo piano drawn from the rich tradition of English folk music. The arrangements are suitable for players of grades 3-8. ...

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11/04/2013

Work of the Week – Aribert Reimann: Lear

A German composer, an English subject and a Japanese setting. Aribert Reimann’s Lear – based on the tragedy by William Shakespeare – will be premiered on November 8 2013 at Nissay Theatre in Tokyo. This Japanese first performance is staged by Tamiya Kuriyama, with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony ...

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10/31/2013

schott aktuell - the journal 6/2013 online

TRIBUTE TO... This issue of schott aktuell focuses on recent orchestral repertoire in the form of homages to other composers, with all the programme connections and interesting avenues down which to explore which such works clearly bring. Johann Sebastian Bach, Domenico ...

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10/28/2013

Work of the Week – Michael Tippett: A Child of Our Time

A Child of Our Time is one of Tippett’s most widely known works, performed frequently across the world. Completed in 1941, just two years after the declaration of war on Germany, the work’s international appeal is as much in evidence today as it was seventy years ago. On 3 November, three ...

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10/24/2013

Peter Eötvös in focus at the Wien Modern Festival 2013

During the 26th Wien Modern Festival this year, the world premiere of Peter Eötvös'  Paradise Reloaded (Lilith) will be given at New Opera Vienna on 25 October 2013. The production by Johannes Erath will be performed by Amadeus Ensemble Vienna conducted by Walter Kobéra, with costume and ...

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