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04/23/2009

Lifetime Achievement Award for Penderecki, Rose d'Or Nomination

On 20 April 2009 in Warsaw, Krzysztof Penderecki received the Golden Fryderyk Lifetime Achievement Award from the Polish Phonographic Academy.  The award was conferred at the annual Fryderyk awarding ceremony for classical music, jazz and popular music. The Fryderyk Polish Music Industry Awards ...

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Krzysztof Penderecki

04/20/2009

Sounds New Contemporary Music Festival - Canterbury

Sounds New is now firmly established as a central part of the UK’s contemporary music calendar.  It all began in 1997, when a group of Kentish friends met and decided it was time to seriously promote the music of our own time in a place where cultural heritage was key to its very being.  ...

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04/20/2009

Werk der Woche - Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Requiem für einen jungen Dichter

Concluding Zimmermann’s highlights in the 2008/2009 season, the Berlin Philharmonic presents the monumental Requiem for a Young Poet after several other concerts of Zimmermann’s work, including Symphony in One Movement , the Brazilian dance Alagoana and his Violin Concerto .   ...

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04/17/2009

More Guitar Repertoire

Guitarists will be delighted to get to know our these new issues for guitar:   Konrad Ragossnig (Ed.): Concert Guitar Collection Sheet music for guitar ...

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04/16/2009

Locatelli Complete Edition in 10 Volumes

All issues of Locatelli's Opera Omnia, the complete edition of his works, are now available.  The present publication of the complete works of Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764) is intended as a critical edition, making the works of the composer available in accordance with the most recent ...

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Tony Arnell

04/14/2009

Richard Arnell, 1917-2009

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Richard Tony Arnell who passed away on Friday 10th April 2009.  Alongside Arnell's musical output, including six symphonies, six string quartet, numerous chamber works, film scores and ballets, he was also a teacher at Trinity College, London between ...

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04/13/2009

Work of the Week - Aribert Reimann: Melusine

On April 18 the City Theatre of Bremerhaven, Germany, presents Aribert Reimann's eco-opera Melusine, under the baton of Stephan Tetzlaff and directed by Peter Grisebach. The story was created 1920 by Yvan Groll on the occasion of his wife's mourning the closing of a nearby park. Quite fittingly, ...

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04/06/2009

Programme Music - 40 Original Piano Pieces

Monika Twelsiek (Hrsg): Programme Music Sheet Music - for piano   This collection provides a historical selection of 40 original piano pieces which have been influenced by extra-musical incidents or ideas: It begins with scenes from nature, describes the fascination of rain, portrays the ...

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04/06/2009

Work of the Week - Franz Liszt / Stephan Heucke: Concero pathétique

Great events are often foreshadowed: although Franz Liszt's 200th anniversary takes place in 2011, this week will see a remarkable tribute to the grandmaster of the piano. On April 8th, the Stuttgart Philharmonic will present the world premiere of Liszt's Concerto pathétique in an arrangement ...

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04/03/2009

Je t'aime - Love Songs from France

Carsten Gerlitz (Arranger): Chanson d'Amour Sheet music - for piano Paris, the city of love and lovers: Sacré-Coeur, Place Pigalle, Pont Neuf - there is hardly any other city that is as associated with love as the metropolis on the Seine. Numerous romantic and melancholy love songs from ...

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