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Jeffrey Ieong Oct 12
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Sky Dec 5
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Music History Dec 22
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Chiltern Chamber Choir Apr 14
Tonight’s the night! Please come to our lovely tuneful concert - for only the second-ever UK performance of his Missa Divi Xaverii. 7 pm!
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Oliver Ridgway 🔶 Jul 15
Looking forward to playing through some and Trio Sonatas this evening with friends 🎶
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Nikolaus Mella Oct 15
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Jeffrey Ieong Aug 8
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Gabriela E. Solis Oct 7
We had a great time singing Bach's Magnificat and a new mass by Zelenka with the California Bach Society!
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Music History Jul 30
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Orpheus Jul 9
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levellerlive📰 Sep 28
What I’m listening to instead of . Instead of the 8 ‘o clock to something to take yr mind off the , the This morning I’m listening to trio no5 in F
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Sky Dec 16
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Orpheus Jul 13
Replying to @SteveTiger999
was right. works are superb.
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ValentineSingers Apr 1
On the last leg of preparations for Saturday
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Colin Ainsworth May 8
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ValentineSingers Apr 4
Less than 48 hours to go to the first UK performance of Zelenka’s Missa Divi Xaverii - and some lovely music by Charpentier and Mozart too. Join us at St Andrews Church in Ilford - last chance to buy advance tickets!
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Michael Sadgrove 🇪🇺 Jan 11
, who among Baroque composers seems closest in spirit to . An almost exact Czech contemporary, 1679-1745. Why is his great instrumental & choral music so neglected in Britain?
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Andrew Hickson Mar 6
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playflicks Mar 27
Mr Praveen D Rao speaks about the importance of music in cinema and also about how Playflicks is a platform that can fulfil the dreams that an artist has.
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Pearls of Art Music Jul 8
(1679-1745)): Sonata No. 2. in G minor for two oboes, bassoon and basso continuo from ZWV 181. Played by Paul Dombrecht and Marcel Ponseele oboe, Danny Bond bassoon, Richte van der Meer cello, Robert Kohnen harpsichord.
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