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04/01/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Spirituals & Gospels for aspiring singers

These editions are suitable for singing lessons in schools, at church or even for concert performances. The pieces impart the specific techniques of gospel singing.   Sample of content: - Amazing grace  - Balm in Gilead  - Calvary  - Chilly ...

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Selected Piano Works

Gade’s piano music is steeped in Danish folk music, yet technically demanding and always very pianistic so that both piano pupils and experienced pianists will find many rewarding challenges when playing this music.    The present album provides an insight into Gade’s piano ...

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03/31/2015

BOOSEY & HAWKES
The Little Mermaid

Christopher Norton’s Micromusicals are exciting and accessible musicals for schools based on popular classroom teaching topics from the creator of the internationally-acclaimed Microjazz series. Designed for children aged 5-8, this production lasts around 30 minutes and can be learned, rehearsed ...

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
African Song

Abdullah Ibrahim aka ‘Dollar Brand’ is one of the true jazz greats. His cycle ‘African Song’ celebrates the unmistakable atmosphere and cheerfulness of African music. This arrangement for alto saxophone and piano is a rather special performance piece.

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Cordoba

In the 11th century Cordoba was one of the largest European capitals consisting of people of varying cultures and religions. Jews, Muslims and Christians lived together in harmony and important philosophers, scientists and artists were rife.    Musically, ‘Cordoba’ expresses ...

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Scherzo, Gigue, Romanze und Fughette

Amongst the lesser known works by Schumann, his piano pieces evidence of the previous masters that he studied. He was heavily influenced by both Bach and Beethoven. We can clearly see Bach’s influence in this Gigue and Fughette.

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Summer Sonata

I wrote the first movement of my Sommersonate in the summer of 2010, and though a self-contained work, it called out for continuation or a companion piece. I imagine the first movement, marked moderato, to be bright, free, weightless, transparent, flooded in sunlight. In contrast, the newly composed ...

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Latin Standards for Flute

This new addition to the Schott Flute Lounge series contains 14 rousing songs with optional piano accompaniment.   Latin American music with its rousing rhythms and grooves, catchy melodies and emotional texts enriches our lives. Dirko Juchem and his easy-to-play and professional ...

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03/31/2015

SCHOTT MUSIC
Play Jazz Flute - now!

An easy introduction to styles, effects and techniques not normally found in classical music. Stephanie Wagner’s guide to jazz flute is full of practical examples as well as duets in every style. CD recording of all of the pieces also included.   Content: - Preface  ...

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03/31/2015

Eulenburg
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

The setting of Goethe’s ‘Zauberlehrling’ is among the most famous works by the Parisian composer Paul Dukas.    This orchestral work tells the story of the sorcerer’s apprentice who overestimates his magical powers and causes complete chaos.

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Composers News

03/31/2015
Casken's 'Apollinaire's Bird' Shortlisted for RPS Music Award
John Casken’s oboe concerto Apollinaire’s Bird has been shortlisted for an RPS Music Award for Large-Scale ... more


03/12/2015
Intoxicating opera: European premiere of Marc Blitzstein's Triple-Sec
On 14 March 2015, Marc Blitzstein’s short opera Triple-Sec will receive its European ... more


03/05/2015
Gavin Bryars Ballet 'Underworld' presented by Vincent Dance Theatre
Thursday 5 March marks the first in a series of performances of 'Underworld', a contemporary ... more


02/27/2015
schott aktuell - the journal 2/2015: LUX
The United Nations have designated 2015 the International Year of Light. The intention ... more