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09/30/2014

Schott Music live October 2014

Two important fairs are just around the corner: Frankfurt Book Fair and Music China. Take the opportunity to get to know Schott Music and its publishing partners. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Music China: ...

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09/29/2014

A special performance piece

Ibrahim: African Song - For cello and piano - Abdullah Ibrahim aka 'Dollar Brand' is one of the true jazz greats. His cycle 'African Songs' celebrates the unmistakable atmosphere and cheerfulness of ...

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09/29/2014

Work of the week - Luigi Nono: Canti di vita e d'amore

It was the terror of Hiroshima which pushed Luigi Nono to write Canti di vita e d’amore in 1962. Now, this important work will be heard in the Festival d'Automne à Paris on 3 October in a performance by the Orchestre ...

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09/26/2014

Sight-Reading

Kember/Tate-Lovery: Trombone Sight-Reading - Over 200 pieces for trombone - This collection presents over 200 carefully graded sight-reading pieces and exercises in a range of musical styles, for solo Trombone. ...

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09/22/2014

Work of the Week - Robert Beaser: The End of Knowing

On September 25, Kevin Sedatole directs the world première of Robert Beaser's The End of Knowing at Michigan State University’s Wharton Center. Soprano Lindsay Kesselman and baritone Benjamin Park join the Michigan ...

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09/19/2014

The Importance of Being Earnest Released on CD

NMC Recordings releases the first recording of Gerald Barry's outlandish and wildly successful opera,  The Importance of Being Earnest , on 22 September as part of their 25th Anniversary celebrations. Thomas Adès leads ...

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09/15/2014

Work of the Week – Jacques Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann

Since its world première in 1881, the opéra fantastique Les Contes d'Hoffmann ("The Tales of Hoffmann") by Jacques Offenbach has been regularly performed around the world. 17 September marks the opening ...

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09/08/2014

Work of the Week – Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Ich wandte mich und sah an alles Unrecht, das geschah unter der Sonne

In 1970, Bernd Alois Zimmermann composed Ich wandte mich und sah an alles Unrecht, das geschah unter der Sonne , a 20-minute work for two speakers, bass and orchestra. This week there will be two performances of this ...

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