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07/21/2009

Alvin Singleton Celebrates 70!

Alvin Singleton celebrates his 70th birthday in 2010, and we invite you to join the festivities by programming works from his celebrated catalogue of orchestral, chamber, choral and solo works. Singleton has been described as a composer who effortlessly melds improvisatory techniques and rhythmic inventiveness ...

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07/21/2009

100th Anniversary of Stravinsky's Firebird in 2010

June 2010 marks the 100th year following the premiere of Igor Stravinsky's Firebird , a piece made immortal by countless ballet companies, orchestras, and films throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. On June 25th, 1910, Stravinsky's Firebird ballet was premiered by Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes ...

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07/21/2009

Schott/EAM Gets a New Look on the Web and You Can Now Follow us on Twitter!

A brand new version of www.eamdllc.com is now available on the web. Click here to see what's new. We are also proud to announce that you can now keep up on Schott/EAM happenings by visiting our new twitter page here . Check out what our colleagues at Schott Mainz are up to on twitter right ...

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07/20/2009

Work of the Week - Ryan Wigglesworth: The Genesis of Secrecy

On the 22nd of July 2009, the BBC Proms present the world premiere of Ryan Wigglesworth's first Proms commission, The Genesis of Secrecy , performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sir Andrew Davis. The concert celebrates the 800th anniversary of the founding of Cambridge University, where ...

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07/17/2009

BBC Proms 2009

There is a great deal to enjoy in the contemporary music being presented across this year's Summer Festivals. Among many other key events, we would like to recommend the legendary BBC Proms where our composers are particularly strongly featured with works by Casken, Goehr, Holliger, Hookawa, Martland, ...

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07/15/2009

Behind the Scenes of the Bayreuth Festival

Enrico Nawrath / Katahrina Wagner: Bayreuth backstage Illustrated book Every summer for five weeks, the Eastern Franconian town of Bayreuth turns into the metropolis of festival music. Music lovers from all over the world then pilgrimage to the Green Hill to enjoy performances of the works ...

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Drum Styles Made Easy

07/13/2009

Q&A with Christine Barron

It’s been 20 years since the launch of Christine’s award-winning tutor books for Boosey & Hawkes – Learn As You Play Drums and Learn As You Play Tuned Percussion & Timpani - which continues to attract praise from the percussion world and has been described by Evelyn Glennie ...

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07/13/2009

Calling all singers!

Schott at ABCD 2009 This year, Schott will be exhibiting at the Associaton of British Choral Directors convention, which takes place at the University of Winchester from 28th-30th August 2009. Come and visit our stand to browse ours and Boosey and Hawkes' choral and vocal catalogue and all the latest ...

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07/12/2009

Wagner for Piano

Hardly anyone knows that Wagner was a piano composer too. Discover Wagner's piano compositions with these two new editions: Richard Wagner: 2 Album Leafs Sheet music for piano ...

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07/09/2009

"Little Suite for Piano Solo"

Claude Debussy: Children's Corner Sheet music for piano The cycle Children's Corner by Debussy (subtitle "Petite Suite pour Piano seul") created in the years 1906-08 is one of the standard works used in piano lessons, containing the following pieces: Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum, ...

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