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09/21/2009

Joseph Schwantner's New Work for Flute and Piano, 'Looking Back,' Now Available in Edition Schott Publication

Last month Joseph Schwantner saw the world premiere of his new work Looking Back at the National Flute Association Convention in New York City performed by flutist Alexa Still and pianist Stephen Gosling. A highlight of the 2009 NFA Convention, the premiere was accompanied by the release of the publication ...

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09/21/2009

Bruce MacCombie's 'Elegy' in Performance at University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Bruce MacCombie's Elegy , for chamber ensemble, was recently featured on University of Massachusetts Amherst's Five College New Music Festival on September 11. A collaboration between five schools in the Pioneer Valley (Amherst College, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, Smith College and UMass Amherst), the ...

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09/21/2009

Manitoba Chamber Orchestra to Tour Joe Duddell's 'Snowblind'

The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra performs Joe Duddell's Snowblind for percussion and orchestra on its September 2009 tour of Western Canada, stopping in over ten cities in Manitoba, British Columbia, and Alberta. Part of the orchestra's first program of their season, Snowblind is performed by world-renowned ...

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09/20/2009

For Your Choir Repertoire

Paul Hindemith: Drei Volkslieder Sheet music for mixed choir All settings are contrapuntal studies from Hindemith's own composition lessons of the years 1912-14. Notated in 'old clefs', these charming three-part miniatures for two female voices and one male voice have been difficult to ...

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09/16/2009

"Le Grand Macabre" in London

On 17th September György Ligeti’s opera Le Grand Macabre opens ENO's 2009/10 Season at the London Coliseum. Baldur Brönnimann conducts the UK premiere of the 1996 revised version with the main parts sung by Pavlo Hunka (Nekrotzar), Susanna Andersson (Vebus/Gepopo), Susan Bickley (Mescalina), ...

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09/14/2009

Famous Rock Classics

Carsten Gerlitz: Rock Ballads Sheet music for piano 'I Can't Get No Satisfaction' - the rock music was officially born when this worldwide smash hit of the Rolling Stones was released, and began its loud and relentless triumphant progress through the clubs and stadiums of the world. The ...

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09/11/2009

The Wide Variety of Piano Sounds

Carl Czerny: School of Legato and Staccato Sheet music for piano 'About the wide variety of piano sounds' - this is how the content of this volume could be summarised. For Czerny's 'School of Legato and Staccato' provides much more than technical exercises for the improvement of the fingers' ...

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09/09/2009

Play along!

Bring the music of the baroque, classical and romantic eras to life or play along with movie themes, pop hits or jazz classics. "Play along"! is the motto of our editions with authentic backing tracks and demonstration versions on CD. Find out about our various play-along editions ...

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09/09/2009

Cremona Mondomusica October 2-4

Each year more than 10,000 visitors attend the international exhibition of handcrafted musical instruments, violin-making accessories and sheet music. Schott Music will present a selection of its broad programme. Come and visit us at our stand (stand: 53-54-55)! Opening hours: October 2-4 ...

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Gerald Barry (Betty Freeman)

09/09/2009

Gerald Barry joins Schott Music

We are delighted to announce that Schott Music is now the exclusive publisher of the distinguished composer Gerald Barry. Barry was born in Ireland in 1952 and studied composition with Stockhausen and Kagel. In an esteemed 24 year career with Oxford University Press (OUP) he has received commissions ...

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