July, 2012

48 Posts
Brahms: Intermezzo op. 117 no. 2 – Sokolov
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Symphonic Shenanigans
Anything can happen at a concert and in the three decades of my career I have experienced some unexpected and memorable incidents. Flying Batons Charles Dutoit was the principal guest conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra in the 1980’s. He conducted
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Mozart and his World: Salzburg III
Mozart’s early experience with Italian opera is documented in Daines Barrington’s report to the Royal Society in London, published in 1769. “At nine, the prodigy could already, in improvised recitatives and arias, ape operatic styles suited to anger and tenderness”.
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Mozart
MozartConcerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 3 in G majorK. 216 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 4 in D majorK. 218 Performed by Paul Makanowitzsky, violin Karl Ristenpart, conductor Orchestre de Chambre de la Sarre Recorded in 1961 Mozart:
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Franz & Karl Doppler – Flutes of Glory Volumes 2 & 3
Nocturne Op. 19 for flute, violin, cello and piano Claudi Arimany, flute From Franz & Karl Doppler – Flutes of Glory Volumes 2 & 3 Released by Saphir Productions Franz & Karl Doppler – Nocturne Op. 19 for flute, violin,
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The International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition
Official Website Category: Voice Date: June 30 to July 7, 2019 Country: Russia
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Francisco Guerrero
In 1589, Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599) the most prominent Spanish composer of the generation between Cristóbal de Morales and Tomás Luis de Victoria, embarked on a pilgrimage to the Holy Lands. He departed Venice on 14 August and traveled via the
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Music the fuel for performance overdrive by Olympic athletes
WHEN Michael Phelps strides on to the deck at the Olympic pool in London to race for gold, one thing will be certain.
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