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Berliner Philharmoniker Oct 27
In this recent concert, conducted ’s passionate “Fire Symphony” and ’s rarely heard ballet music to “The Creatures of Prometheus” – now available in the Digital Concert Hall archive 🎧!
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Cuarteto Quiroga Oct 26
Back in 🦢 🇳🇱 🌷 finishing the recording of our next CD album... Stay tuned... soon more news about this exciting project devoted to & ...
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Mike McCaffrey Oct 27
Even though other eras of 's life are more famous, this was really the meat & potatoes of his career. The early 1780's saw him freed from indenture, while still being the largest private opera impresario in Europe. Quite a juggling act!
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FL Chamber Music Oct 26
Let your contribution keep chamber music alive with the Webb Match Challenge (ends 11/15/20). . . . . .
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Hull Chamber Music 16h
This is going to be an outstanding concert! Enjoy , and performed by the award-winning Quartet. Premiere: tomorrow (Thu), 7.30pm - and if you miss it, you can always watch it until the end of November! We cannot wait! 🎶
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MozartCircle Oct 25
The 1812 Grand Gallery of the 18th Century Composers! Original 1812 idea of biographer of , after father invention of 1725, to visualize the music of 34 composers of 18th century!
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Mike McCaffrey Oct 25
Replying to @tutt_brian
Very kind of you, Brian. I might also recommend (highly) these 2 period instrument versions, both (of course) rarely recorded. These are both shorter operas, but no worse for it. 'L'Infedelta...' was 's most performed opera during his lifetime.
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Mike McCaffrey Oct 20
It's possible you care nothing for 's essays into the Catholic Mass, but HE certainly did, and always gave it his best. Early times, after the death of his predecessor Werner, he wrote some outstanding ones, one of which you may have never heard...
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Pearls of Art Music Oct 21
Michael (1737-1806): String Quartet in C major (MH 313). Unlike his older brother Joseph, he only wrote 12 string quartets. Performed by the Sonare Quartet.
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Mike McCaffrey Oct 27
If ever had a breakout moment, many music historians will say it exploded with Opus 33, the set of 6 quartets he wrote in 1781. Until a different outlook came along within the last 40 years, they were credited as the beginning of the Classic Era!
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Radio Classique Live Oct 25
: Sonate pour clavier n°47 - Leif Ove Andsnes, piano .
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Aedín Gormley Oct 25
Need some sublime music for your Sunday afternoon? How about the Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello & Piano by wonderful works by & played by the fab & wonderful piano playing by & 1-4pm
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MozartCircleConcerts Oct 24
New Release 2017: SympNo8&No84 & ViolinConcertoInAMajor! @aisslinnviolin
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World Concert Hall Oct 23
Today, McKeich conducts and in
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Sarah Dinin 13h
This Sunday at 4pm EDT, tune in here for ’s debut with ’s Linton Chamber Music! The live-streamed program includes works by & + piano trios by & .
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MozartCircle Oct 25
And as usual, News on next MozartEra Concerts will follow! through Concerts Service!
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Mike McCaffrey Oct 25
Replying to @tutt_brian
Absolutely. As with many of 's operas. I'm thrilled to have at least one recording of each, 2 of some, but 3 of none at all. I'm luckier than most... 😕🤠
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Augusta McKay Lodge Oct 27
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World Concert Hall Oct 27
Right now, with Coin and 's 'London' from
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Hull Chamber Music Oct 27
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