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Allmusicalkind Dec 10
Wishing all a Happy Holiday Season 🎶
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Hellenic Society Dec 5
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McQueen of the Night 33m
When my job asked me about my favorite Christmas album, I HAD to shout-out Imani Winds! Check out the feature here:
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The Welsh Chamber Orchestra Dec 8
Just two days to go until our concert in Rhyl!
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The Symphonist 🇬🇧🇪🇺🔸 18h
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J. M. Gerraughty 8h
Hey and people! Let’s start a Terrible Titles thread! I’ll go first: This Piece Is About Smoking Weed
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CRAVE Guitars Dec 11
Music Fact Of The Day: 11 December 1803 - Famous French classical composer Hector Berlioz was born in La Côte-Saint-André (died in 1869 at the age of 65).
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Susamajii2 Dec 6
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Pearls of Art Music Dec 11
(1681-1767): Trio Sonata in F major, TWV 42:F3. "They wanted to flatter me that I had shown this (the trios) to be my best craft" - Telemann in his autobiography. Performed by La Douceur et l'Esprit.
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Natalia Senior-Brown 20h
Master of Music with Distinction 😁🎓🎻💕
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Music History 4m
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Nurhan Arman Dec 10
Vienna house stages first opera by woman
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ZaharaBlu Dec 10
Born Hector Berlioz French Romantic composer best known for his compositions Symphonie fantastique Harold in Italy & Grande messe des morts & 3 operas Berlioz made significant contributions to modern orchestra with his Treatise on Instrumentation
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Lamorna Village Hall Dec 5
Duo Lamorniana are giving a concert at the St. Just Miners' Chapel on Saturday, 7th December at 7.30 p.m. No admission charge, but there will be a retiring collection
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Pearls of Art Music Dec 6
Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): String Quartet No. 7. He titled it "Concertante Quartet" because of the virtuosity it requires from the players. Performed by the Cuarteto Latinoamericano.
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Michael Tiknis Dec 10
Finances were a mess and the orchestra was in debt. Attendance was anemic. Marketing was terrible. Orchestra musicians were in open revolt. A dysfunctional board had lost control and several attempts to oust the music director had failed.
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Pearls of Art Music 18h
(1732-1809): Symphony No. 84. One of the six "Paris" symphonies. The money Haydn got for the set is roughly the equivalent of what he paid for his house in Vienna later. Frans Brüggen conducting the Orchestra of the 18th Century.
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Pearls of Art Music Dec 9
(1833-1897): Violin Sonata No. 1 (Op. 78). Called "Regensonate" ("Rain Sonata") because all three movements depict the rain. In the last movement he reuses his "Regenlied". Played by Isabelle Faust violin, Alexander Melnikov piano.
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Galaxy Music Notes 14h
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Holland Albright 🏳️‍🌈 Composer ♫♪ 11h
It’s interesting to go back through old music & see what I was doing at certain times or think what I might do differently with that music now. In just the past few years, I feel like my music has really changed a lot✨ 🎶: Snowfall
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