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Orphic Inscendence 21h
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"Marvellous facility for playing preludes and fantasies off the cuff. Sometimes she improvises one or another for a whole half hour with tunes and harmonies of great variety and in quite the best possible taste, quite charming her listeners." - Titon du Tillet
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Orphic Inscendence 21h
Baroque mood this Friday with music of Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (17th of March 1665 - 27th of June 1729), a French composer, harpsichordist and musician. She was a child prodigy and greatly acclaimed.
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Norton Music Dec 5
💡Learn more about composer Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677), "one of the first women to have her music published in her own name."
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C Dec 4
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Norton Music Dec 5
💡Read more about our third composer, Amy Beach, who was the first American woman to publish a symphony: And receive a free Beach button by filling out the form below:
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Orphic Inscendence 21h
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Her music is nowadays widely available. One of my personal favorites is "La Guerre Sonata".
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🎻 Dr. Phillip W. Serna, Double Bass & Viols 🎻 Dec 5
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IMHO, lesser 18th & 19th-cent. male have been performed recorded far more than EXCEPTIONAL as Fanny Hensel (Mendelssohn), Clara Wieck (Schumann) or even Nannerl Mozart (whom W.A. considered a superior talent). A cultural catastrophe to be remedied, no?
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C Dec 11
Replying to @Sinceritas_C
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C Dec 6
on the on : "So blessedly it sprung" from "A Season's Promise" by contemporary composer Libby Larsen Welcome!
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A Modern Reveal Dec 5
has mentioned "Atlas" by Meredith Monk, "Blue" by Jeanine Tesori and "Sun & Sea (Marina) by Rugile Barzdziukaite, Vaiva Grainyte and Lina Lapelyte as some of the best classical music in 2019.
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Philadelphia Music Festival Dec 10
Three of Clara Schumann’s handwritten letters were recently discovered in the Philadelphia Orchestra Association Archives – just in time for her bicentennial.
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RISM Dec 5
The most recent RISM catalog update brings you over 200 from . This includes the Conservatorio Guido Cantelli di Novara, which focuses on the works of .
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Donne | Women in Music Dec 10
🗓10 DECEMBER on • Let's celebrate composers Deborah J. Anderson & Louise Lincoln Kerr! Happy Birthday Deborah!🎂 • Learn more and listen to their music🎶 👉🏻 • 📣Share to support in
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Jill Moran Dec 10
check out this amazing composer! #2020
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Caroline Harris 11h
Huge thanks to and for making it possible for to perform 's expressive Symphony No. 3 tomorrow night, which deserves so many more performances.
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Music at Sussex Dec 5
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Community Women’s Orchestra Dec 12
December 12 is the birthday of composer Marcelle Soulage (1894-1970). She published some of her earlier orchestral works under the name “Marc Sauval”.
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SalonW'outBoundaries Dec 12
The salon is in Wales this week. Composer Dilys Elwin-Edwards 1918-2012 wrote many songs, of which this is one of the most well-known. The Cloths of Heaven
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SalonW'outBoundaries Dec 6
The salon goes to Scotland this week. Born in London, composer Sally Beamish has lived in Scotland since 1990. Seavaigers: Storm
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SalonW'outBoundaries Dec 7
The salon goes to Scotland this week. Composer Judith Weir was in Cambridge to a Scottish family. An oboist as well as composer, she has a particular interest in opera. King Harald’s Saga
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