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12/19/2014

The Best Film Hits

Juchem: Movie Classics - For flute - The cinema mesmerizes us with thrilling stories of love, suspense, adventure and fateful encounters. From the emotionally charged ballad to the rocking or even groovy soundtrack: In the fourth volume of the Schott Flute Lounge series, Dirko Juchem ...

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12/18/2014

schott aktuell - the journal 1/2015: GIANTS OF 20th CENTURY OPERA

Happy New Year! Following the holiday period, we at Schott Music are looking forward to an exciting twelve months ahead, with many major premières from our composers as well as performances of classic works. The first two months of 2015 are a good example of this, with several of the operatic ...

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12/18/2014

Advance Music Newsletter

First Advance Music Newsletter The first advance music newsletter is out! Don't miss our new publications, highlights, and special offers. You can apply now: www.advancemusic.com/newsletter

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12/17/2014

In the Charts with the Violin

Zlanabitnig: Pop for Violin - For 1-2 violins - Anyone who plays the violin and wants to practise not just classical pieces will find this volume an excellent choice. It contains current chart hits but a few oldies as well. They all are arranged for two parts so that the songs ...

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12/15/2014

Selected Pieces for Piano

Takase: 16 Pieces for Piano - For piano solo - The compositions by Aki Takase alternate between ethereal, light melodies and powerful rhythms. Her musical roots in jazz music and free improvisation blend together to form a tonal language far beyond any conventions. "16 Pieces ...

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12/15/2014

Work of the week - Jörg Widamnn: Trauermarsch

The 18 December marks the premiere of Jörg Widmann’s new piano concerto Trauermarsch , commissioned by the Berlin Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony. It wiill be performed by the Berlin Philharmonic and pianist Yefim Bronfman under the baton of Sir Simon ...

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12/08/2014

Work of the week - Henri Dutilleux: Le temps l'horloge

On 12 December, the Dutch premiere of Henri Dutilleux’s Le temps l’horloge will take place in Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw with English soprano Sally Mathews, the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest and David Robertson conducting. Due to illness of the solist, the performance had to be ...

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12/05/2014

Now available from WERGO

Detlev Müller-Siemens: TRACES - Streichtrio / distant traces / …called dusk / lost traces - The chamber music works of Detlev Müller-Siemens presented here were created between 2002 and 2009. In them, the serenity and thoughtfulness of the form contrast with the inner turbulence ...

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12/03/2014

The Best for Cello and Piano

Best of Cello Classics - For violoncello and piano  - This collection contains 15 popular performance pieces for cello with piano accompaniment. The pieces are meant for pupils with advanced knowledge and suitable for both private music-making and music lessons in middle ...

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12/03/2014

Strecker Foundation
Strecker Foundation hands over a unique publishing archive to libraries and academic institutions

The Strecker Foundation in Mainz has made the historical archive of the Schott publishing house accessible to the public by selling it to two state libraries and six research institutions. The unique Schott Music publishing archive will be prepared according to current archival standards and digitized ...

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