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11/11/2009

New York City Opera Opens Season With American Voices Featuring Special Guest Rufus Wainwright

New York City Opera opened its season on November 5 as it returned to the newly renovated David H. Koch Theater of Lincoln Center with their program American Voices . It was a star-studded concert with performances by Measha Brueggergosman, Amy Burton, Joyce Castle, Anna Christy, Joyce DiDonato, Lauren ...

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11/09/2009

Work of the Week - Thomas Larcher: What becomes

On Friday 13th November 2009, Thomas Larcher’s new piano work What becomes will receive its world premiere as part of a special collaboration between pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and video artist Robin Rhode. The premiere, which will be part of the larger multi-art project, "Pictures Reframed", ...

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11/09/2009

London Symphony Orchestra performs Jörg Widmann's Violin Concerto

Jörg Widmann’s emotionally draining violin concerto will be performed on Thursday 12th November at London’s Barbican Hall by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by their principal guest conductor Daniel Harding.  The soloist will be Christian Tetzlaff for whom the concerto was written in 2007. ...

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11/02/2009

Fantasias and Choral Variations

Paul Siefert: Complete Organ Works Sheet music for organ The composer and organist Paul Siefert belongs to the 'North German organ school'. Thanks to a grant of the town council of Gdansk, Siefert spent the years from 1607 until probably late 1610 studying in Amsterdam where he got ...

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11/02/2009

Work of the Week - Herbert Willi: Brother of Sleep

Silence is my miracle of listening  (Herbert Willi)    On Tuesday 3rd November 2009 a new staging of Herbert Willi’s opera Brother of Sleep (Schlafes Bruder) will open at the Museumsquartier in Vienna directed by Leonard Prinsloo. Together with the Vienna Neue Oper’s Sprechchor, ...

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10/31/2009

An Introduction to Rock and Pop Styles, Techniques, Sounds and Equipment

Dominic Palmer: Discovering Rock Bass Sheet music for bass This distinctive book presents a comprehensive overview of the key bass styles and bass players of Rock and Pop music from 1950 to the present day, including Rock'n'Roll, the music of The Beatles, Disco, Classic Rock, Reggae, R&B, ...

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10/30/2009

Diabelli Variations in Jazz

Anton Diabelli/Uwe Korn: Let's Swing, Mr. Diabelli! Sheet music for piano (4 hands) The success story of Diabelli's 'Melodic Exercises' Op. 149 for piano duet has lasted now for almost 200 years. They are beautiful melodies covering a range of only five tones, perfectly suitable ...

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British Composer awards

10/28/2009

British Composer Awards 2009

BASCA, the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors recently announced the shortlist for the British Composer Awards which included nominations for Schott composers, Alexander Goehr, John Casken and Kenneth Hesketh. Goehr's masterful fantasy for string quartet and percussion, Since ...

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10/27/2009

American Tunes for Recorder

Paul Hindemith: 3 American Folksongs Sheet music for three recorders During a tour of the United States, Paul Hindemith was asked by a staff member of his American publisher in 1938 to write little pieces for recorders which should serve as a model for other composers. Hindemith ...

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10/27/2009

Let's celebrate! Music for New Year Concerts

Thema: Let's celebrate! Music for New Year Concerts Contents: p. 3: Editorial · Contents pp. 4-5: World Premieres; Alexander Goehr: Broken Psalms in Cambridge (UK)· Jörg Widmann: Teufel Amor  in Wien (AU)· Detlev Müller-Siemens: Kommos in Klosterneuburg · Ryan Wigglesworth: ...

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