October, 2010

36 Posts
Franz Doppler: Fantaisie pastorale hongroise
Music written by one of our “Composers of the Month” Franz Doppler.
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Rampal, Airmany and Ritter – Franz Doppler: Andante and rondo, op. 25
Music written by our “Composers of the Month” Franz and Karl Doppler.
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Franz and Karl Doppler
Franz Doppler Albert Franz Doppler (October 16, 1821 – July 27, 1883) was a flute virtuoso and a composer. Born in Lemberg, Franz received flute lessons from his father Joseph Doppler, who was an oboist, and made his debut as
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Phila.’s latest generation of emerging composers
The delight and surprise that followed composer Jennifer Higdon’s Pulitzer Prize win April 12 have reached beyond the artistic community to a wider public: We love tangible evidence that Philadelphia originates the better things in life, as well as importing
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Jian Wang – Bach: Cello Suite No. 4, Courante Sarabande
Jian Wang, the artist mentioned in an “In tune” article titled Jian Wang – A Gifted Musician of Talent, Authenticity and Passion.
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Jian Wang and Emanuel Ax – Brahms: Cello Sonata in F major, 2nd Mvt
Jian Wang, the artist mentioned in an “In tune” article titled Jian Wang – A Gifted Musician of Talent, Authenticity and Passion.
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Jian Wang – Elgar: Cello Concerto, 1st Mvt
Jian Wang, the artist mentioned in an “In tune” article titled Jian Wang – A Gifted Musician of Talent, Authenticity and Passion.
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Jian Wang – A Gifted Musician of Talent, Authenticity and Passion
The first time I ‘met’ Jian Wang, it was through the documentary ‘From Mao to Mozart’, an exceptional award-winning account of the musical journey taken by violinist Isaac Stern through China in 1979. In it, little ten year old Jian
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