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01/25/2010

Work of the Week - Carl Orff: De temporum fine comoedia

A new production of Carl Orff’s final stage work De temporum fine comoedia (The Play of the End of Times) will receive its first night at the Staatstheater Darmstadt on 30th January. The staging of the opera will take place alongside the performance of Orff’s first opera Gisei – The Victim ...

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01/23/2010

Tschaikovsky for Piano

Tchaikovsky is one of the best known Russian composers. He wrote some of the most popular concert and theatrical music in the current classical repertoire. Three of his compositions are now available as single editions for piano:  ...

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01/16/2010

Recorder Repertoire

Peter Bowman / Gudrun Heyens: Baroque Recorder Anthology Sheet music for soprano recorder This anthology contains pieces by seventeenth and eighteenth-century composers in a variety of different styles. The repertoire includes works by major composers such as Telemann and Purcell ...

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01/15/2010

Edited From The Sources - Reinecke's Undine Sonata

Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke: Undine Sonata Sheet music for clarinet and piano (Urtext) Carl Reinecke's 'Undine' was published in 1882 as a sonata for flute and piano and to this day is one of his most frequently played works. In 1885 Reinecke also published a version for clarinet ...

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01/14/2010

240 Years of Schott Music – A Whole World of Music

This year we celebrate a milestone anniversary: 2010 marks 240 years of music published by Schott Music. Over the centuries, the family company from Mainz has turned into an international market leader with products and services centred around music. As at the time it was founded, the publishing ...

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01/13/2010

Carl Orff: World Première after 97 Years of 'Gisei - The Victim'

On 30 January Carl Orff´s opera Gisei - Das Opfer (Gisei - The Victim) will receive its world première. 97 years after its composition the Staatstheater Darmstadt, Germany, is presenting the first production ever, directed by John Dew and under the baton of Constantin Trinks. From his early ...

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01/11/2010

Rediscovery of Joaquín Turina's Compositions for Guitar

Joaquín Turina: Obras para Guitarra Sheet music for guitar (Urtext) Turina's guitar compositions are among the most important works of the 20th century and form part of the standard repertoire of every concert guitarist. Up until now, however, these works have only appeared ...

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01/11/2010

Work of the Week - Alexandr Konstantinowitsch Glasunov: Chopiniana

This year the musical world celebrates the 200th anniversary of Frédéric Chopin’s birth. On January 17, two orchestras will play Alexandr Glasunov’s Chopiniana in honor of this milestone. The Orchestre Symphonique de l'Aube will perform at the Théâtre de Champagne in Troyes, France, and the ...

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01/07/2010

A Tale of 1001 Nights for Violin

Fazil Say: Violin Concerto Piano reduction with solo part "My Violin Concerto consists of four movements whose inspiration is loosely connected with Scheherazade’s One Thousand and One Nights. As appropriate for an oriental soundscape, the orchestra includes a series of Turkish ...

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01/07/2010

O Fortuna tops The People's Classical Chart

 O Fortuna from Carl Orff's Carmina Burana has been named the 'most listened to piece of classical music' in a new poll. The People's Classical Music Chart, was compiled by PPL for BBC Radio 2 and charts the most played pieces of classical music over the past 75 years. Aside from regular concert ...

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