Knowing the Score

Vol: 174 | 15 Apr 2017

Celebrate the legacy of Prince and Paulus,
meet with the Man of Many Firsts,
and who’s Jeanne Dubost?

Composers and
their Poets
Muses and Musings
Salon Marie Trélat
Jeanne’s Fan
Collaboration of
Ten Composers
SWR Schwetzinger Festspiele
Founded in 1952, the festival is held annually in the historical town of Schwetzinger in southwestern Germany. Situated in the Schwetzingen Castle, a beautiful 250-year-old palace and park near Heidelberg, concerts are mainly presented in the historic Schlosstheater Schwetzingen. The event is well-known for its world premiere of both new opera productions, as well as rediscovered operas from former centuries performed on period instruments...
Date: April 28 to May 27, 2017
Country: Germany
What's New
Knowing the score Music Icons of Minnesota
Prince and Paulus
The ability to read music is no more elitist than the ability to read English or Spanish or comprehend simple HTML coding. All are skills which can be taught, and taught well, so that students learn and absorb them...
Nestled in the middle of the country, the state of Minnesota conjures bitterly cold temperatures and towers of snow; hooded parkas and polar snow boots. But the icy squalls generate a spawning ground for artists...
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“Sex is more fun than cars
but cars refuel quicker than men”
The Man of Many Firsts
William Grant Still
It started like a fairy tale, as it often does. In 1925, she was the hottest French musical ticket in New York City. Germaine Tailleferre had just arrived on a huge wave of personal and artistic success stemming from her association with “Les Six...”
William Grant Still (1895-1978) is called ‘the dean of African-American composers’ and throughout his life, worked in all genres of music, from jazz, where he was an arranger for both W.C. Handy and Artie Shaw, to Broadway, where he played in some of the pit orchestras...
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My music Video Forgotten records

Violin Concerto No. 1,
"Concierto español"

Maria Milstein performs
Grieg Sonata n°3
in c minor op.45

Sonata for Piano and Violin
No. 2 in A major

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