November, 2010

33 Posts
Anton Arensky: Chant Triste
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Anton Arensky: Suite No. 1 in F major, Op. 15, Part 1/3
Music written by our “Composer of the Month” Anton Arensky.
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Anton Arensky
Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861 – 1906) was a Russian composer of Romantic classical music, a pianist and a professor of music. Little known today, Arensky was one of the brightest stars of the late nineteenth century music scene. Born in
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Simone Kermes – Colori d’Amore
Simone Kermes – Colori d’Amore Scarlatti: Qui dove… Torbido irato e nero Not to be missed: Simone’s latest album, Colori d’Amore, is a selection of Baroque arias about love, almost all of which are world premiere recordings.
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Simone Kermes – Colori d’Amore
Scarlatti: Qui dove… Torbido irato e nero Simone Kermes, soprano From Simone Kermes: Colori d’Amore (2010) Released by Sony Classical Scarlatti: Qui dove… Torbido irato e nero Not to be missed: Simone’s latest album, Colori d’Amore, is a selection of
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North Korean Opera Draws Acclaim in China
BEIJING — When the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il, traveled to China by armored train in early May, his visit was so shrouded in secrecy that domestic and global media were forced to speculate on its duration, its purpose —
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Simone, Rocker Queen of the Baroque
Stephane, a friend of ours with an extensive knowledge of classical music, has been a contributor to Interlude since day one, providing invaluable recommendations on composers and artists to cover. A few months ago, he sent me two Youtube clips
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Orchestrating racial harmony in the French banlieues
Taught to play instruments in just six months, children from the banlieues are set for a prestigious Paris debut.
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