The blossoming of national musical schools in Poland is mainly associated with the name Karol Szymanowski. However his folkloric models always suited his personal style, which ultimately led him to become a first-rate sound ecstatic.
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Tango classics such as Libertango, El choclo and Ojos Negros by Piazzolla, Villoldo, Greco and other tango composers – selected and arranged for two flutes by Diego Collatti.
The German première of Johannes Maria Staud’s opera Die Antilope (libretto: Durs Grünbein) takes place on 5 March.
Twelve medium-difficulty, inventive variations on the popular French tune Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman are sure to please and inspire flautists.
Universal Edition’s critical new edition of The Makropulos Case will have its Hong Kong première on 23 February.
These well-made arrangements of the Vienniese Sonatinas for flute and piano are perfect for first encounters with the classical repertoire.
George Arthur has directed choirs to wide critical acclaim, with a particular focus on musicality and thorough interpretation.
These stimulating new pieces from James Rae with a few added well-known favourites, will take the younger clarinet beginner from day 1 to grade 1-2. Fun illustrations will amuse and inspire the soloist!
The Cappella Romana presents the first-ever music festival in North America that is dedicated to the music of Arvo Pärt. It runs from 5 to 12 February in Portland, Oregon.
“Classic Voice” announced Georg Friedrich Haas’ work in vain to be the “most beautiful score of the new millennium”.
Rachmaninoff’s most famous piano work as urtext edition. The present new edition compares the differences between autograph and first edition on the basis of the composer's recordings.
Mozart’s famous A major sonata in a new edition and with a new sound. This edition is based upon the latest research into original documents.
200 Years of Piano Music from Bach to Schoenberg – A Pianist’s Anthology of Performance Repertoire in the Urtext Version.
The “44 Duos“ for two cellos by Béla Bartók will familiarize players with the most significant elements of folk music from Hungary and the surrounding area, introducing them to Bartók's very own tonal language.
From “As Time Goes By“ to “Chicago“, these easy to middle-grade pieces will be a delight for clarinettists of any age and their audiences.
Béla Bartók’s Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm of his Mikrokosmos reflect manifold influences of Balkan folk music on the composer's oeuvre.
The DIALOGUES festival takes place from 30 November until 4 December under the guiding theme “Borders”.
The international popularity of Mozart's Little Night Music proves that music is a truly a universal language. The pleasant, much-loved melodies have introduced people all over the world to classical music.