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Almost 90 years after it was first performed in Paris, the copyright runs out on Sunday on one of the most popular and unique pieces of classical music, Ravel’s “Bolero”. I read it here. I’m assuming it’s true, since everything read on the internet is true. ;-)
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J.S. Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 TENET; The Sebastians; Scott Metcalfe, Conductor/Violin TENET Jolle Greenleaf and Molly Quinn, sopranos Virginia Warnken and Geoffrey Williams, altos Jason McStoots and Donald Meineke, tenors Dashon Burton and Charles Wesley Evans, basses THE SEBASTIANS Daniel Lee and Dongmyung Ahn, violins Kyle Miller, viola Ezra Seltzer, […]
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Bach: Ach wie flüchtig, ach wie nichtig (arr. by ?) Calmus Ensemble; Lautten Compagney; Wolfgang Katschner
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According to you what is the significance of classical music in today’s age? Classical music is something which doesn’t fade away. It is not something which comes and goes. It is somehow not for the masses because not many people are fond of devotional, meditative or sacred music. Music is being watched these days and […]
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It’s been reported that the wonderful counter tenor Brian Asawa died today. He was only 49.
12 days ago | |
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Stressed out from a long day’s work, a surprise visit from your mother-in-law, or your upcoming trip to the dentist? I’m a mother-in-law. Sigh. I don’t like being put in the same sentence as “dentist”! Double sigh. I read it here. I have more issues with the article, but I’ll just leave this here for […]
12 days ago | |
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Arvo Pärt: The Beatitudes Sam Diego Pro Arte Voices: Patrick Walders, Artistic Director
13 days ago | |
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Hans Adolph Brorson: Your Little Ones, arr. Matthew Culloton The Singers; Matthew Culloton, Director
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**Sadly I will be taking this down soon. The ads are just too jarring. I’ll see if I can find something else that is equally wonderful. We are so blessed to have access to music so easily, aren’t we? I don’t often think about this, but of course back when compositions such as these were […]
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for quite some time. Still, it’s a huge announcement. THE METROPOLITAN OPERA announced today that James Levine, the company’s music director since 1976, will retire at the end of the company’s current season owing to health reasons. Capping an historic tenure of more than four decades that saw Levine conduct more than 2,500 performances of […]
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