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Work of the Week - John Casken: Deadly Pleasures

On 7 June 2009 John Casken's new composition Deadly Pleasures will be premiered at Ulverston Festival 2009 by Austrian actress Johanna Lonsky as the narrator and a mixed ensemble of saxophone, trumpet, piano and violin. The work has been commissioned by Counterpoise with funds from the PRS ...



Vocal Jazz Summit 2009 - From September 30 until October 3

The vocal jazz scene in Germany is booming, but the big names have always originated from the USA and a few other European countries. The Vocal Jazz Summit unites the scene in a unique gathering with international mega-stars. Excellent Vocal Jazz Summit concerts and numerous workshops with the ...



Virtuoso Piano Transcription

Johann Sebastian Bach / Fazil Say:  Fantasie and Fuge G minor Sheet music for piano The Turkish pianist and composer Fazil Say has from the age of sic begun each day with the performance of a keyboard work by Bach; his concert programmes include both numerous original compositions and transcriptions. ...



The more you read, the more you hear - Masterworks by Johannes Brahms

Whoever really wants to understand a composer's work, will want to read, as well as hear, the score. The Eulenburg Audio+ Score series not only offers you an excellent score but also an outstanding recording on CD . Discover three of Johannes Brahms' masterworks with these new issues: ...



Work of the Week - Jörg Widmann: Dubairische Tänze

Dubairische Tänze was composed as part of the project "into …" initiated by the Ensemble Modern, the Siemens Arts Program and the Goethe Institute. Connected to this project, for which several composers visited citys like Dubai, Istanbul or Johannesburg for one month, researching cultural ...



Edited from the Sources

Two new editions of the "Wiener Urtext Edition" have been released this month: Joseph Haydn: Complete Piano Sonatas Edited from the sources by Christa Landon and ...



Work of the Week - Mark-Anthony Turnage: Scorched

Scorched , for Jazz Trio and Orchestra, is a collaborative work by the British composer Mark-Anthony Turnage and the American Jazz guitarist John Scofield. The same trio that premiered the work in 2002 now will come together again on stage: John Scofield on guitar, John Patitucci on bass, ...



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Kamran Ince's Duo "Road Takes," Opera "Judgment of Midas" in First Takes

Kamran Ince's new work Road Takes for viola and harpsichord sees its world premiere on May 10 at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall performed by the Allemagnetti Viola and Harpsichord Duo. Commissioned by the duo, the piece is inspired by the city of Memphis where Ince teaches composition and where ...



Music of Mark-Anthony Turnage in Chicago and Washington D.C.

The music of Mark-Anthony Turnage sees a host of US performances this month, including the US premiere of Scorched with Steven Sloane and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on May 23. A product of Turnage's collaboration with jazz guitarist John Scofield, Scorched is a suite of Scofield originals arranged ...


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