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Anne Scottlin Aug 4
❦Every note of joy you add to the symphony of humanity alters its tune forever. ~Anne Scottlin
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Zafer Topaloğlu Sep 1
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The Symphonist Jul 19
Replying to @AliaVoxlabel
My favourite Beethoven release of , and one of the best in the whole of : I found its fire, passion, tenderness and colour simply astonishing. My only question : when do we get the rest of the cycle?
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Kingston Symphony Aug 4
We hope everyone had a wonderful long weekend! Today for Kingston Symphony at home we join Erika Sloos, our Assistant Concertmaster, in her home to learn more about how she has been spending her time recently.
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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Sep 2
Looking for an at-home activity that includes the orchestra? Try this stand-up In this engaging activity, introduce the your students to an orchestra and have them create their own. 🎶 🕺
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Marion Fiedler Jul 25
The universe is a of strings, the mind of God that Einstein eloquently wrote about for 30 yrs would be cosmic music resonating through space. For me, the of & , plus the is a . Please come !
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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Sep 5
During this unprecedented time, your SLSO has pivoted to a variety of online events, from panel discussions 🗣 and coffee with musicians ☕ to happy hours 🍸. We hope you are able to join us for these online events!
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RoundGlass Sustain Jul 23
Watch the full film: Every , as rouses from its slumber, its residents wake up too. Especially and toads, that welcome rain and thunder with a melodious, croaking .
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Sinfonia Toronto Aug 9
Everything you always wanted to ask about but were afraid to ask? Register and email your questions for the Maestro's Chat
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Michele bourke Aug 12
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ERIC. S. KABERA Aug 22
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CIO Sep 2
Ashwin Prajapati, CIO, ,"Necessity is the mother of invention and this pandemic induced crisis has brought several new possibilities for us. We never thought that significant meetings would done virtual platform without actually meeting each other."
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David Hill Sep 5
So exciting to be preparing the incredible that is 2 and the ground breaking of ’s and to hear and rehearse them socially distanced ⁦⁩ this coming week. Live music making once again. Yeah!!
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Concertgebouworkest Sep 3
🎶❤️ Today at 9:05 pm CEST we two lively symphonies by and from the ! The is conducted by Philippe . ►
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David Karsten Sep 8
Out now! Tree of Life: Roots (Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon: Orchestral Cover)
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Chris - 🎶 music for games 🎮 Sep 8
❓What do you think - does this fit better with or ? Let me know in the comments below. We all have those "I GOT IT" moments. This is one of mine!💗😆
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SRLu Jul 25
Day 132. No. 94 by Haydn, composed in 1791. It is the 2nd out of 12 symphonies titled London symphonies, where the visited between 1791-1795. No. 94 is also more commonly known as the "Surprise Symphony", heard in this 2nd mvmt excerpt.
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North Innsbruck Aug 7
Today is the day you drop everything to visit and purchase a 1st. Edition copy of JaenDoeh Vol. 1.
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CIO Sep 2
Ashwin Prajapati, Chief Information Officer, , "The crisis created by or the spread of this deadly disease would not be always but the norms that we have set now are going to stay with us for a longer span of time."
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The Symphonist Jul 28
The of DOOM!!! You must consign one set of symphonies to oblivion to save the other three. Whose symphonies would you choose never to hear again, in order to keep the others for posterity?
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