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Bach Concert (Singapore)
When a just man dies, Lamentation and praise, Sorrow and joy are one.
by Via Caltha
Concert info - Scotland June 24-July 3
I am going to be in Edinburgh June 24-26, Aberdeen June 27-29, and Inverness June 30-July 1. Does anyone know of sites with concert info? Ted Slotkin
by johnfoo
Re: Best Mozart Jupiter Symphony
... RECORDED FOR THE BICENTENNIAL CONCERT ON DEC.51, 1991 IS BETTER! Cette version prise sur le vif, en concert, est la plus merveilleuse lecture ou re-création de ...
by BankirOwer
Re: Most Psychedelic Classical Music?
Berstein did a young people's concert about the Symphonie Fantastique called 'Mr. Berlioz' Psychedelic Mind Trip' or something like that. My personal pick would be Debussy, although I also would tend ...
by Heath Patrie
Letters A-Z: Retrospect
Joan Tower And the one I knew to have ready when you got to Y: Yoshimatsu I first heard works by both of these in Carnegie Hall in 2000. I knew Tower's name, and her work was enormously better than ...
by 10stone5
Re: Easiest and Most Difficult Piano Pieces to Perform?
... ulty' may well be difficult of definition, it makes sense to at least admit that the Prokoviev 2nd (concerto) or the Hammerklavier will take a ...
by ugordan
Re: Medtners Piano concerti
Heard No. 1 in a BBCSO concert some years ago and was bowled over and bought the Tozer recordings. Not as OTT as Rachmaninov (not that that's a fault) and not as boring as Brahms. But I must admit, I ...
by switchtech
Re: Roland VS880EX
The instruction manual. Switch on, press the Song button till you get New song, press yes and store the last one safely, all the lights come on - press the mixer buttons until all you have left is a ...
by Steve_Farmer_Jr
WOV program #60 - 8 April 2001
Four hours of classical music every Sunday morning, from 8 to 12 US Eastern Daylight Time , only on the internet, in streaming audio. Host and programmer: John Wiser Each program is rebroadcast on ...
by dongisselbeck
Re: What Music Would De Sade Have Listened To?
Not the real direction. Need music very precise, and very open and well structured, but with a hint of innocence. Need Lully, not Couperin, I believe. 'Gothic' music is more in the mind then in the ...
by Heath Patrie
Cadenza score
Can anybody tell me where to find Cadenza score for Mozart's Adelaide Violin Concert ?
by wordshop
Re: Voice technic:Scientific AND artistic/KenLane
The technique that I teach is so unclusive of actual body musculature manipulation that its results are always certain and always bountiful in vocal stream output in pitch range, power, and control. ...
by ekphron
News from the Jupiter Symphonys season finale
Before the concert, Jens Nygaard listed (for half an hour!!) some of next season's programs (not everything is finalized; I suppose it'll be a few weeks before it's at the website). Highlights ...
by cihotfxox
The composer in question is Edward (Eduard) D. Stein, composer of the Conce...
The composer in question is Edward (Eduard) D. Stein, composer of the Concert Piece in A-major op. 9 for double bass and piano. Can anyone find dates of his life (is it from te 18th or 19th century?) ...
by Guest
Massive -size singing voice possible if started early
Massive 'phenome'-size voices can be developed if one starts at an early enough age, middle teens. I sing all the fach voice categories, adapting my control of pharyngeal and breathing and ...
by SWilhelm
Ken Lane teaching Vocal, Coaching, Acting techniques
I will teach a series of Master Classes on vocal technique, acting, and coaching styles. The best subject for an opera I have always thought was the original great Communicator, Shakespeare. 'Awed ...
by 10stone5
Gardiners Bach Cantata Pilgrimage ends in NY.
Hello All, Of the eighty or so concerts of J.E. Gardiner's Bach Cantata Pilgrimage my wife and I could attend nine; one more is coming Dec. 10 in L'uneburg, North Germany. We were owerwhelmed by ...
by Via Caltha
Pollini in New York
... http://www.carnegiehall.org/events/pollini/index.html I learn that Maurizio Pollini will perform 4 concerts in NYC next week: 3 at the 'Performances at 92nd Street Y' (which I ignore what are...) ...
by wordshop
REPOST: WOV netcast #43, 10 December 2000
Playlists for Program #43 and rebroadcast of Program #41 Four hours of classical music every Sunday morning, from 8 to 12 US Eastern Standard Time , only on the internet. Host and programmer: John ...
by paulsonjack
Taruskin: Orffs Musical and Moral Failings
... tstein and the American Symphony Orchestra are teasing us again about music and politics. In recent concerts they have given us ...
by Via Caltha
On the passing of a relative I discovered in his collection of music a 5cd ...
On the passing of a relative I discovered in his collection of music a 5cd box set of Mengelberg Conducts Beethoven: The Nine Symphonies (The Historic 1940 Concert Cycle)still in the shrink wrap. ...
by Guest
Re: Xaver Scharwenka is a great composer
I remember 'discovering' the Scharwenka 1st at a concert of the Boston Sym/Leinsdorf in Carnegie Hall. The soloist was Earl Wild. I wrote a letter to the BSO urging them to record this unjustly ...
by Linda2
Re: National Symphony Orchestra
My memories of Mitchell (as he was then referred to in the Washington papers) includes a concert with Rudolf Serkin and the Schumann Piano Concerto... this must have been in 1970. Serkin hugged ...
by VertinMon
Juzo Toyama ?
... pelled his name 'correctly'. A couple of months ago, his Rhapsody for Orchestra was the encore of a concert by the Flemish Radio Orchestra conducted by M. ...
by Lilith
Re: Some years ago there was a "poll" about "what piece of music would you brin...
Difficult ofcourse but i think i´ll go for Nessun Dorma "slow <email> Stockholm concert Hall 1944 with Jussi Björling. The greatest of all ND but not only that. It´s IMO the greatest singing ...
by Regards Åke
Re: Looking for Duet Titles
... is a soprano II fach). It is the sixth movement, 'Deposuit potentes de sede. I sang it last fall in concert with a good tenor and loved ...
by Linda2
Re: In a Monastery Garden - Composer?
Jens Nygaard said he will perform the whole set of four in a single concert of the Jupiter Symphony next season. If he lives. The concerts last week were canceled because he was having chemo. The ...
by Glutomoto
Happy Easter! if hearing an echt Wagnerian is your Grail, <phone>
Hear what the critics have raved their hosannas about. 'Trust, but verify,' PRESIDENT REAGAN wisely admonished. <phone> or <phone> and let us talk and hear ME <email> ! You ...
by Squint
John Alden Carpenter
I have just obtained the latest American Naxos release, John Alden Carpenter's two symphonies and the orchestral suite 'Adventures in a Perambulator.' I believe the 'Adventures in a Perambulator' has ...
by shay
Re: African-Americans and classical music?
A few months ago I went to a concert with the Klemperer Piano Trio. The cellist was an Afro-American, Ronald Crutcher. (The other two both teach at the Guildhall School in London.) You can read his ...
by ugordan
Microphones
... ost natural sound possible', but there are cheaper alternatives that'll get you in the ballpark (or concert hall, as it ...
by Johnfunyguy
Wagners penchant for heroics/Ken Lane
Did Wagner overcompensate for his short stature physique by composing for epic heroic virile super heroes? Had Wagner been a heldentenor, would he have performed his own heldentenor protagonist roles ...
by sweth
Best subject for an opera? Your suggestion.
The best subject for an opera I have always thought was the origina l'Great Communicator, Shakespeare. 'Awed audience at my presentation of my 'Shakespeare' opera preview titled 'Composer as ...
by dg8200
What to work on?
I have enough piano sheet music to choke a horse. What should I work on? This is what I have (anything could stand improvement): Chopin: Nocturnes, Preludes, Etudes, Ballades, Scherzi, Fantasie, ...
by Luis A. Manzano
Haydn/Bruch/Stavin sky tips?
We're going to see a 'Spring Rituals' concert with the Phoenix Symphony (Violinist: Chee-Yun; Conductor: Gerard Schwarz) performing Haydn's Symphony no. 93 in D, Bruch's Violin Concerto no. 1 in G ...
by bglose
Beethoven 9th/NY Phil/Dec. 30
If anyone here actually showed up that night in the storm for the concert, I 'd appreciate your taunting me with details, as I paid a monstrous sum for the tickets and was then snowed in.
by RichField
Re: Volodos - Prokofiev Second Concerto
I've already paid for my ticket in Philadelphia, but I don't mind spending the money. I'm looking forward to hearing Volodos in concert for the first time. Henry Maurer, Cherry Hill, NJ, USA
by He'sDeadJim
Re: Kurt Weills Violin Concerto question
The Weill violin concerto is quite a rarity. It is not in his threepenny opera style, it is in his tougher classical vein and shows just what a good composer Weill really was. It is quite a complex ...
by Citizen Meh
Taking Movie Music Seriously, Like It or Not
NYT April 22, 2001 Taking Movie Music Seriously, Like It or Not By DAVID SCHIFF FOR two years in a row, the Academy Award for best film score has gone to a classical composer: first John Corigliano ...
by Atomicat
Re: Kodály CD recommendation please
Ivan Fischer on Philips. An excellent recording by any standards, and the other works on the CD (all Kodaly) are just as good. They are 'Dances of Marozzek' (mis-spelt, probably), Hary Janos, ...
by 10stone5

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