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10/13/2009

New Highlight in the Holiday Canon by Lee Hoiby

Lee Hoiby's latest holiday offering The Christmas Tree sees its world premiere on December 12 by the Cathedral Choral Society led by J. Reilly Lewis at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. The performance features The Christmas Tree in its version for organ and brass but the piece ...

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10/13/2009

Alvin Singleton's Argoru III Featured at UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music

Internationally acclaimed flutist Laura Falzon performs Alvin Singleton's Argoru III for solo flute on October 22 at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music as part of the third annual Africa Meets North America International Symposium and Festival. The symposium includes scholarly panels and discussion ...

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10/13/2009

Network for New Music Presents An Evening of Bernard Rands

Celebrating its 25th year in 2009-2010, Philadelphia's Network for New Music begins its special anniversary season with a concert of the music of Bernard Rands, including his ensemble works "now again" - fragments from Sappho , Prelude...sans voix parmi les voix , Scherzi , and Walcott ...

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10/13/2009

Franz Welser-Möst and The Cleveland Orchestra Perform Jörg Widmann's Chor

The music of Jörg Widmann returns to the United States as The Cleveland Orchestra and Franz Welser-Möst perform his work Chor on Thursday, October 15 and Saturday, October 17. Originally titled cantus firmus , Chor was given its US premiere by the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra in 2004 under Kent ...

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10/13/2009

Chaya Czernowin Featured at New England Conservatory

On October 19 the New England Conservatory presents an evening of the music of Chaya Czernowin led by Stephen Drury. Taking place at NEC's Jordan Hall, the program features Czernowin's works The hour glass bleeds still for string sextet, her nonet Afatsim for mixed ensemble, and Drift for ensemble. ...

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10/09/2009

John Casken - In the bleak mid-winter

As winter approaches, new repertoire is often needed to reflect the cold days and longer nights that lead up to the Christmas festivities and beyond.  John Casken's latest choral work, a setting of Christina Rossetti's In the bleak mid-winter for SATB choir and organ is the perfect work for this ...

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10/08/2009

Easy Guitar Pieces For the First Concert

Peter Ansorge / Bruno Szordikowski (Ed.): My First Concert Sheet music for guitar To every young musician, their first concert is a special experience. It motivates them to study the instrument and its music even harder. A suitable selection of technically and musically manageable ...

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10/05/2009

Work of the Week - Toru Takemitsu: Twill by Twilight

Toru Takemitsu’s 1998 orchestral work Twill by Twilight will be performed by the BBC Philharmonic conducted by Yutaka Sado at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on Saturday 10th October 2009. Written for the 25th anniversary of Tokyo’s Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, Twill by Twilight ...

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10/05/2009

Musical and Cultural Exchange at Music China 2009

Music China, the biggest annual fair for music products in Asia, will take place in Shanghai from 13 October to 16 October this year. As a regular exhibitor of the fair, Schott Music will be presenting its music repertoire to a great number of visitors from all over the world. Enjoying an ...

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10/04/2009

Appealing Ave Setting

Camille Saint-Saëns: Ave verum Sheet music for choir There are very few composers who have left such a comprehensive oeuvre covering all genres as Camille Saint-Saëns. His vocal music, however, has rather fallen into oblivion - if one leaves aside his 'indestructible' Christmas ...

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