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Giuliana Torti Jul 27
This silly reduction had the pizzicato reversed 🤦🏽‍♀️. Always check with the orchestral score my friends! Piano reductions are simply an editor's opinion, not the composer (except for a few Mahler works).
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Joel Fan Aug 3
To do good whenever one can, to love liberty above all else, never to deny the truth, even though it be before the throne. Ludwig van Beethoven
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Daniel Johnson Jul 29
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Music History 11h
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D Major TV Aug 3
Listening to music likely to make someone , known as positive valence, and also high in arousal, helped volunteers come up with more creative solutions than listening to silence, according to the study of PLOS ONE. more: www.facebook.come/dmajortv
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H.CrabApple-Cat.M. 10h
🎶 Solo Guitar / Sheet Music 🎸 🎼 J.S.Bach / French Suites 5-3 Sarabande G△ BWV 816 🎹 ー SHOP ー 🛒🎶 😘 BASE 🔗 STORES 🔗
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Newt 🐉 Aug 2
William Grant Still and Franz Schubert - two composers that i've been listening to today !
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Jacob | Socialism2020.org 5h
Instead of insisting on the kind of massive investment in music and other performing arts that would inevitably make possible a genuine diversity of symphony orchestras the  covers up the inequality by putting the focus on race
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Music History Aug 4
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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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Beethoven Orchester Bonn 15m
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Anna Johnson Jul 30
You haven’t felt true pain until you’ve played this at full speed on 3 hours of sleep.
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WildKat London 17m
🍽️ Tasting Menu 05/08 // 21:00 BST - '‘Verbier Festival – Day XXI : Espace 2 / RTSCulture" and 🍽️ will be watching For more head to
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Music History 14h
in 1717 appointed Kapellmeister to Prince Leopold at Coethen.
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Auburn Symphony Aug 2
Principal Harp John Carrington introduces Bedrich Smetana's "The Moldau." Hear how Smetana's music illustrates the Moldau River's journey through the Czech countryside. Watch his video and listen to ASO's 2008 performance.
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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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Music History 14h
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Auburn Symphony Jul 29
Viet Cuong (b. 1990) Called “alluring” and “wildly inventive” by The New York Times, the music of American composer Viet Cuong has been performed on six continents by musicians and ensembles. Listen to his music at 📷 Phil Parsons in 2018
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outofrichdarkness Aug 4
Climate change affects everyone, musicians too. In our first episode of the season, we spoke to Anne-Therese Gennari about our roles as individuals. Listen to the full episode on all major podcast platforms.
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Wyastone Recording Studio 49m
Currently streaming live from the studio J.S Bach Goldberg Variations, arr juritz guitar violin Tim Hugh cello
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