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Janet Horvath Jul 29
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Today In History Jul 28
28 July 1741: Italian composer Antonio , famous for his The Four Seasons concerti and many other compositions, dies at age of 63 in Vienna, Austria. He was born in Venice, on March 4, 1678.
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Erin Ryan Jul 26
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Meow Moe Jul 27
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Dr. Daniel Mehdizadeh Jul 31
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František Brikcius Jul 28
German 🇩🇪 composer 🎼 Johann Sebastian (*21st / 31st March 1685, – †28th July 1750, ) died 270 years ago!
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Richa S Mukherjee Aug 9
The little munchkin made a bit of a tutorial for helping some fellow students in her tabla class. She took to the role with dramatic flair 😁
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Elīna Garanča on tour Aug 2
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Judson Hurd (Composer) Aug 3
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SRLu Aug 2
Day 139. Beethoven's and Symphony No. 5 opening, also nicknamed the "Fate Symphony". Composed between 1804-1808. schools' fate this September is . We need a !!!!
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D Major TV Aug 8
For a hot day, nothing it's better than a playlist with the best classical music for summer! The best classical music on Spotify:
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Joel Fan Aug 2
I am deeply sad to hear of the passing of my teacher Leon Fleisher at age 92, who was one of the great pianists that I admired and loved. I'll always remember the many things he taught me.
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Stephen Weber Jul 26
Now streaming on Spotify and elsewhere, my recording of Brahms' passionate Intermezzo, Op. 118, No. 2.
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Pearls of Art Music Aug 11
Josquin des Prez (1450?-1521): Miserere mei Deus - a motet on Psalm 51. Probably a commemoration of Savonarola, Fra Domenico, and Fra Silvestro, tortured and executed for heresy. Paul Hillier conducts the Hilliard Ensemble.
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Elly Hunter Smith Jul 30
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Christina Browne Jul 29
Dusting off the cobwebs of my old piano pieces. Rondo by Kuhlau - not sure he’d approve of the very dodgy ending though 😳 ...
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Music History 13h
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Robert Doyle Aug 8
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Music History Aug 11
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Michael Church Aug 9
Wigmore Hall's John Gilhooly leads the charge to put live classical music back on.
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