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12/24/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 24

  Merry Christmas! Dr. Peter Hanser-Strecker and his colleagues at Schott Music wish you a Merry Christmas ...

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12/23/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 23

  Hugo Distler's Christmas Present From: Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern. Wergo. ORG 70092 ...

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12/22/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 22

  Festive Organ Duo Recently concerts for organ duo have begun to enjoy increasing popularity again. Organ for four hands had its first full flowering at the start of the seventeenth century in the work of Thomas Tomkins and his ...

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12/20/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 20

  The long Christmas Dinner Paul Hindemith's version of "The Long Christmas Dinner" is a real treat for the ears. As if in slow motion, librettist Thornton Wilder summarizes a series of Christmas dinners celebrated by the ...

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12/20/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 21

  Joy to the World The words and lyrics of the old Christmas carol 'Joy to the World' were written in 1719 by Isaac Watts (1674-1748). ...

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12/19/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 19

  Christmas Worldwide Across the whole world, the excitement of the Christmas season is about to descend. And many traditions and Christmas songs are shared, but we all also have our own unique beliefs and ways of celebrating. ...

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12/18/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 18

  The First Nowell "The First Nowell" is a traditional English Christmas carol, most likely from the 16th or 17th century, ...

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12/18/2008

New releases from GB Records

As we head into the new year, four new releases will soon be available on Gavin Bryars’ own record label, GB Records. Gavin Bryars and David Lang’s ballet music for Amjad , which by the end of its world tour later this year will have been performed over 100 times in 17 different countries, is available ...

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12/17/2008

Schott Music Advent Calendar - December 17

  Richard Wagner (1813-1883) Richard Wagner was a German composer, conductor, theatre director and essayist, primarily known for his operas (or "music dramas", as they were later called). Unlike most other ...

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12/17/2008

Work of the Week - Rodion Shchedrin: Beethoven's Heiligenstadt Testament

In 1802 Ludwig van Beethoven wrote a letter to his brothers Carl and Johann in which he described the effects of his advancing deafness. At the same time, he positioned himself in this letter as a human being and as an artist in a world that was becaming increasingly closed to him. It was only ...

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