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08/13/2014

Calm and cheerful

Hindemith: Symphonia Serena - Study score - Hindemith's 'Symphonia Serena' was written in 1946, i.e. right after the end of the Second World War. It is one of Hindemith's most appealing works which, as the title suggests, conveys a cheerful, relaxed mood.     ...

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08/11/2014

Rocking and soulful

Juchem: Rock Ballads - For tenor saxophone and piano - Rock ballads are generally among the most successful and most popular pieces in music. With this new volume in the popular Schott Saxophone Lounge series, the successful author Dirko Juchem proves that these pieces are ...

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08/11/2014

Work of the Week - Hans Werner Henze: I sentimenti di Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

On the occasion of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s 300th birthday, this year’s Bach en Combrailles festival opens on 11 August with I sentimenti di Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach by Hans Werner Henze. Roberto Forés Veses conducts the Orchestre d’Auvergn in the Église Notre-Dame in Herment, France. ...

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08/08/2014

En route to become a violin virtuoso

Mollenhauer: The Boy Paganini - Fantasy for Violin and Piano - With this book, the German-American composer Edward Mollenhauer has secured a permanent place in recitals. Of moderate difficulty, the piece is a fireworks of beautiful melodies and brilliant idiomatic figurations ...

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08/06/2014

Continuation of the Complete Edition

Schoenberg: Bearbeitungen und Gelegenheitswerke für Kammerorchester - Critical report, sketches, genesis and history of the work, documents, early pieces - The fact that Schoenberg ushered in a fundamental change of the musical view of the world is undisputed. This volume ...

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08/04/2014

Moving sounds

Hindemith: Trauermusik - for violoncello and organ - The last movement of this possibly most beautiful piece by Hindemith is a chorale. So the obvious thing to do is to publish a version for string instrument plus organ. Now, this funeral music can also be performed in the ...

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08/04/2014

Work of the Week - Giovanni Paisiello: La serva padrona

In 1920, impresario Sergei Diaghilev commissioned the Italian composer Ottorino Respighi to revise Giovanni Paisiello's opera buffa, La Serva padrona , for his Ballets Russes. Respighi shortened Paisiello’s work, reorchestrated it, and even added choir in several places. Also he added ...

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07/30/2014

Gavin Bryars Ensemble Resident at Beckett Festival

The third annual "Happy Days" Samuel Beckett Festival in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland will feature Gavin Bryars and his Ensemble. Four concerts with Bryars' music will take place over the first three days of the festival, which runs from 31 July to 10 August. The opening event of the ...

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07/28/2014

Surprising!

Rosenblatt: If Scarlatti could swing - 2 Sonatas für piano - Rosenblatt makes Scarlatti swing: phrasings, rhythms and the one-movement sonata form of Scarlatti are combined with rhythms, melodic lines and a bit of swing from jazz music. An unexpected mixture of highly virtuoso ...

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07/28/2014

Work of the Week - Fazıl Say: Hermiyas

The D-Marin International Festival, located in Turkey near the popular holiday destination Bodrum, operates under the motto: music unites cultures. This year’s festival runs from 31 July to 4 August, with the world première of Fazıl Say’s Hermiyas - The Boy on the Dolphin at the opening ...

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