Easy to middle-grade pieces for trombone and piano in a variety of classical, jazz and world music styles. Short, fun pieces suitable for the concert platform.
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'Dances from Flanders & Wallonia' is a wide-ranging collection of characteristic dances from Flanders and Wallonia for standard-bass accordion.
Move on with flute-beatboxing using studies to perfect techniques and real winners for the concert platform such as: Black or White and Billie Jean. Tilmann Dehnhard provides tips and practical advice.
Friedrich Cerha celebrates his 90th birthday on 17 February. His friends and companions congratulate him on his birthday.
With 21 well-known melodies from the baroque to the romantic era this book and Play Along CD offers flautists the chance to play gems of the classical music repertoire that are not too technically challenging.
The 24th Kurt Weill Festival runs from 26 February to 13 March in Dessau.
The Finnish première of Friedrich Cerha’s Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra takes place on 3 February. Susanna Mälkki conducts the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.
Inspired by a text by Heiner Müller, Wolfgang Rihm created a musical play of transgression. The Swiss première takes place on 24 January in Zürich.
Leoš Janáček’s Katya Kabanova currently runs at the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden.
Universal Edition mourns the death of Pierre Boulez, one of our great composers and a long-time companion.
The world première of Georg Friedrich Haas’ new opera Morgen und Abend takes place on 13 November at the ROH.
Easy pieces from the Baroque and Classical eras through to folk and recreational music for the first experiences of playing in a trio.
One world and three national premières by Georg Friedrich Haas will be performed this September.
The new urtext series for piano teaching with musically and technically varied repertoire.
This second issue of the MusikSalon focuses on Leoš Janáček and Josef Bohuslav Foerster.