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07/02/2015

Alexander Goehr at Institute of Musical Research

On 6 July 2015, Alexander Goehr will present a lecture at the Institute of Musical Research at Senate House in London. The talk, Giving the notes their names , relates to Goehr’s recent work Vanishing Word about the ...

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06/29/2015

For alto saxophone in Eb

Debussy/Birtel: Golliwogg's Cakewalk - Score - The famous Golliwogg’s Cakewalk is the final piece from Debussy's cycle Children’s Corner which consists of 6 miniatures for piano, written for his daughter ...

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06/29/2015

Work of the Week - Huw Watkins: In The Locked Room

On 4 July 2015, Huw Watkins’ one-act chamber opera In the Locked Room will receive its German premiere in a new production by Staatsoper Hamburg, directed by Petra Müller and conducted by Daniel Carter. The opera was ...

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06/25/2015

Huw Watkins in residence at Peasmarsh Festival

Huw Watkins will be featured as guest pianist and featured composer at the Peasmarsh Festival in East Sussex, opening on 25 June. His music will be celebrated across the festival including in a portrait concert of his recent works ...

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06/24/2015

Folk-Guitar

Irish Folk Tunes for Guitar - 24 Stücke - A collection of arrangements of traditional and contemporary tunes including jigs, reels, airs and more. Most of the pieces are arranged for solo guitar, with several ...

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06/22/2015

Work of the Week - Hans Werner Henze: Il re Teodoro in Venezia

Composition and interpretation can be two sides of the same coin. During 1990 and 1991 Hans Werner Henze created his own version of Giovanni Paisiello’s opera Il re Teodoro in Venezia (1784) and in doing so filled the ...

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06/22/2015

Gunther Schuller (1925-2015)

Schott Music is very sad to learn that American composer Gunther Schuller died on 21 June aged 89. Conductor, horn player, editor, virtuoso orchestrator, teacher and many things besides, Schuller has enjoyed a full career ...

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06/19/2015

For soprano recorder

Renaissance Recorder Anthology - 32 pieces - The first in a series of four volumes dedicated to recorder music from the Renaissance period. Featuring a variety of interesting pieces scored for recorder and ...

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