[ Experimental ] Titles At Aquarius Records Stained glass Soma Fountain, a collection of LPD rarities from the early 80s. Lichtintends as a tribute to both Fluxus hillbilly drone violinist Henry Flynt http://www.aquariusrecords.org/cat/experimental20.html
Extractions: Some items in our catalogs may be out of print or currently unavailable. All prices subject to change (we only change our prices when our costs change). We will always try to inform you of updated prices. Email our mailorder department for availability status. If you have general non-mailorder questions, email the store The latest from LA sound artists Labelle (of id battery) and Steve Roden (aka in.betweeen.noise), sees them collaborating with the care and intellect that they are both known for in their work. "'The Opening Of The Field' presents a series of live studio improvisations that move quietly through the intimate surfaces of objects to the fragmented landscapes of field recordings. In this movement, from textured scrapings to electronic manipulations, the distinctness of objects and the processes of recordings clouds over to create a highly detailed sonic flow. The spaces of sounds and their origin are transposed onto an imaginary space where listening leads to many openings." from the liner notes. Need we say more? No? Good.
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GLOBALSeek ~ Today In History ~ February 26th 74 1939 E Fernandez Arbós Spanish violinist/conductor/composer dies at about 75 1953Elisabeth Ilse Kuyper Owens of Toledo OH patents a glassblowing machine http://www.globalseek.net/ToDaY/FeBRUaRY/february26.html
»»Beethoven Music Reviews«« with Sylvia McNair, with harp and glass harmonika by the all time great violinistDavid Oistrakh Fidelio, op.72b - Antona Dermotta/elisabeth Schwarzkopf/Antona http://www.megamusicreviews.com/Opera_and_Vocal/Opera_Featured_Composers_A-Z/Bee
Extractions: Used price: Artist: Various Artists Tracks: Average review score: excellent music very sothing I very much enjoyed the music very much and would refer it to anyone. The best of Beethoven backed by nature sounds! Great for relaxing or meditating; I wore the cassette out and had to buy it on CD! Beethoven Sonatas Released in Audio CD by Rca (13 February, 1990) Amazon base price:
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Extractions: Buy one from zShops for: Artist: Federico Moreno Torroba Tracks: Average review score: Ultimately Satisfying A wonderful companion to the first set, this edition includes 20 beautifully recorded pieces by one of the master guitarists of the twentieth century. And Bream is at his best in these recordings, showing off his amazing technique, as well as his almost daunting emotional power. An amazing gift to guitarists and music lovers. Spectacular The brilliance of Breams guitar/lute shines through. If you love any of his work you will love this, I can never get tired of his work.Especially this one. Antantino grazioso is absolutely amazing. "best-love guitar pieces from legendary Julian Bream: Julian Bream occupies a pre-eminent postion in the world of the guitar and is considered the finest lutenist virtuoso of his generation, won many international recording awards, including four Grammy Awards, two Edison Awards and various "Gramophone" prizes, and attaining silver, gold and platinum status - including those made with his great friend and colleague, John Williams guitarist.
Lost Splendor - Felix Yussupov - Chapter III was in vain, and my career as a violinist soon came was with him that I had my firstglass of wine. Grand Duke Serge and the Grand Duchess elisabeth to England http://www.alexanderpalace.org/lostsplendor/iii.html
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Extractions: Paradise of Maestros Elector Carl Theodor's Hofkapelle in Mannheim Attending so-called musical "academies" was the best way of experiencing the Hofkapelle. These "academies" were concerts performed in the ceremonial room of the electoral palace, better known as Rittersaal (the Knight's Hall), during the winter months. The academies took place in Schwetzingen, the Elector's summer residence from May to October. Visitors would be seated around small card tables according to a seating plan and amuse themselves with card games over a cup of hot chocolate, tea or coffee. The orchestra podium was placed across the glass facade in Rittersaal. Despite a lack of original concert pamphlets from these musical events, one knows on the basis of contemporary accounts, that court concerts lasted between three to four hours and that the order in which the symphonies, solo concertos and operatic arias followed one another was subject to change. Recurring themes in contemporary descriptions of the orchestra are the unusually large size of the orchestra (22 violins in 1777!), its renditions of the compositions as well as the exemplary orchestra discipline. The strings were at the core of the orchestra as was the case all over Europe and by employing Johann Stamitz, the Elector had one of the finest violin virtuosos of all of Europe at his court. Stamitz established and cultivated the violin section in a process that began in 1747, when the court returned to Mannheim from Düsseldorf. Under Stamitz' direction, Mannheim's court orchestra developed to become one of the largest ensembles of the 18th century. The musicians specialized in their instruments from an early age - something that is now the norm - and they were counted among the best in Europe.
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Extractions: One of today's leading international conductors, Christoph Eschenbach is held in high esteem by the world's foremost orchestras and opera houses for his commanding presence, versatility, and consummate musicianship. Mr. Eschenbach, now in his inaugural season as music director of The Philadelphia Orchestra, has been acclaimed for his creative insight and dynamic energy, as a conductor, a pianist, a collaborator, and an ardent champion of young musicians.
Extractions: The provost entered the inn, banging his fist on the furniture, and blaming everybody for the misfortune which had happened to him. As a girl the countess used to ride fast horses like mad along the rocky western coast. She fell back against the wall exhausted, and then the fear of death took possession of her. By day he had a mass of rough golden hair, but now it seemed to brood above his head like a black cloud that made his face deathly white by comparison. He reflected that the people also, the entire populace, had had before their eyes the woman whom he loved exposed almost naked. It was something like the immobility of a bird of prey, who has just discovered a nest of sparrows, and is gazing at it. He cast the same glance about him, but it was so dull and sleepy that the women only pointed him out to each other in derision. The scholar finally reached the balcony of the gallery, and climbed over it nimbly, to the applause of the whole vagabond tribe. But when my dogs come bounding to meet me for a jolly morning greeting they do seem expectant and hungry rather than affectionate. The archons of the town were arrested and tortured in the hope of discovering buried treasure, the clue to which had disappeared along with the owners. The foot placed on the last rung of this ladder of crime, stands also on the first step by which he mounts the scaffold. Numerous wild plants covered the banks, and relieved them with a profusion of the most brilliant colors.
Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra Mariette Kemmer, Zoltan Kocsis, elisabeth Leonskaïa, Dame born, only 26 years oldViolinist, who has the perfect intonation and magnifying glass clean, played http://www.newworldclassics.com/luxem.htm
Extractions: First tour to North America Tour repertoire to include Berlioz, Weber, Elgar, Beethoven, and a specially-commissioned percussion concerto by Bright Sheng. Ms. Glennie will also perform a Vivaldi concerto on the same program! Music Director Bramwell Tovey regularly leads major orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, Montreal Symphony, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Tovey is also Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony. Founded in 1933, the national orchestra of the Duchy of Luxembourg has performed in Europes finest concert halls, including the Vienna Musikverein, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, and the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Its many recordings have won all the major prizes: Grand Prix de l'Académie Charles Cros, Gramophone Award, Prix Cécilia, Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, Cannes Classical Award (2002). Recordings: Timpani accurate, characterful and persuasive performances - Gramophone Biographies LUXEMBOURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Bramwell Tovey, Chief Conductor and Musical Director
Viennese Operetta Summer a violinist and accompanied by solo vocalists and ballet dancers. This evening ofmusicality, harmony and Viennese frivolity also boasts a welcoming glass of http://info.wien.at/article.asp?IDArticle=11359
Presto Classical - DVD Videos - Vivaldi Users can choose between the performance edit, featuring German violinistsensation Julia Fischer with the Academy of St glass. elisabeth Schwarzkopf. http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/dvd.php?keytype=1&keyword=Vivaldi
Music (091802) elisabeth Kisselstein and Douglas Han St.), except the BristolMyers Squibb StainedGlass Series, which Hege closes out the season with violinist Rachel Barton http://newtimes.rway.com/2002/091802/music.shtml
Extractions: Although the fall and winter lack the numerous festivals and outdoor concert series that populated the Central New York summer, the new season offers plenty of events to fill the void. If anything, the cooler-weather musical menagerie is even more diverse. Instead of week after week of party bands, jam bands and, well, more party bands, Central New Yorkers seeking aural refreshment can tune into the fine classical selections, cool jazz, sprightly folk encounters and more. Or catch one of the nationally touring rock or r'n'b acts at one of many regional venues. This list represents a highlight of some of the more prominent concerts for the 2002-2003 season. For updates, check the weekly Times Table section in The New Times , or check out our Web site at http://newtimes.rway.com Liverpool is home to two fall music series, the Arts Alive program from the Friends of the Liverpool Library and the Liverpool is the Place Year 'Round series. Both take place Sundays at 2 p.m. at the Carman Community Room at the Liverpool Public Library, 310 Tulip St., Liverpool, and are free. For more information, call 457-0310. Kohl's Trio.
Music (091901) 7. elisabeth Kisselstein and Douglas Han As part of the Russian Festival, violinistIlya Kaler performs a program of Mosolov s Iron Foundry Stained glass Series. http://newtimes.rway.com/2001/091901/music.shtml
Extractions: The large number of arts organizations in Central New York give music fans plenty of options when it comes to penciling entertainment into their schedules. Whether it's the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra's Russian Festival, the Vegas-style fare in the Turning Stone Casino's Showroom, American music legend Bob Dylan, a lunchtime classical recital of Civic Morning Musicals, or a catered cabaret with the Central New York Jazz Foundation, the choices are there in the 2001-2002 season. As always, check the weekly Times Table section in the The New Times for updated listings and upcoming concerts as they are announced. The information is also available on the Web at http://newtimes.rway.com For the past 16 years, the Friends of the Liverpool Public Library have presented this diverse mix of music in the library's Carmen Community Room, 300 Tulip St., Liverpool. All concerts are free. 457-0310, Ext. 135. Excelsior Cornet Band.
Hot Jazz Saturday Night Source Notes A song from the score of that show, Solomon, became elisabeth Welch s trademark place,for the first time, all the early recordings of violinist Eddie South http://www.wamu.org/hotjazz/hjsnarc01/010630.html
Extractions: James P. Johnson opened the program with "Put Your Mind Right On It" from 1929, and included in a recent release from Frog Records presenting some additional rarities recorded for Columbia by black bands. It's Frog DGF38 and includes many rarities. "Manhattan Stomp" featured pianist Don Ewell and drummer Baby Dodds, from a celebrated series of Circle label recordings from the mid-forties, now on compact disc, GHB BCD-50 . "Lover Come Back To Me," from a 1945 broadcast, is available on a collection referenced on an earlier program. Devoted to broadcast performances by Bobby Sherwood and his Orchestra, it's Soundcraft SC-5013. Fletcher Henderson's "House Of David Blues" is included on a recent Henderson reissue from Hep Records, Hep 1016 . Thomas Morris and the New Orleans Blue Five, with the "South Rampart Street Blues" is on
KW Symphony 2003/2004 Season: News elisabeth D. Honek I am a long time KW Community Orchestra Program Committee, andviolinist in the Cultural Development Committee, Clay and glass Gallery Task http://www.kwsymphony.on.ca/2003-04/bios.htm
Extractions: It would be an honour to serve on the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Board. I look forward to being involved in the collaborative and responsible support of this world class orchestra. I am Associate Professor of Music Therapy at Wilfrid Laurier University and coordinator of the undergraduate program. My degrees are in piano performance, music therapy, social work and a Doctor of Arts in Music Therapy from New York University. I serve on the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Board, was Ethics Chair for the Music Therapy Association of Ontario (MTAO), and am President Elect of this organization.
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Extractions: MOZART AND ARISTOCRATIC WOMEN PERFORMERS IN SALZBURG: A Study of the Piano Concertos K. 242 and K. 246 Adena Portowitz Bar-Ilan University Among recent approaches to Classic music, one of the most revealing is the investigation of expression via topoi . Pioneered by Leonard Ratner, and developed by leading musicologists specializing in 18th-century music, this system identifies characteristic figures and styles that conveyed specific meanings to 18th-century audiences via processes of association. These implications resulted from intimate contacts with everyday musical activities in worship, entertainment, dance ceremonies, the military, hunt, and outdoor events. Familiarity with such characteristic topoi and styles enables listeners and performers today to reconstruct the original venues of communication between composers and their audiences. much as Mozart provided his singers with arias that were tailored to their voices, The Lodron family, whose ancestor was the powerful Archbishop Paris Lodron (1619-53), served the Salzburg court throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. In addition to his political responsibilities, Archbishop Lodron laid the basis for Salzburgs musical life by founding the Benedictine University in 1622 and the new cathedral in 1628. This vast complex served as Salzburgs musical center, housing a permanent choir, particularly renowned string players, as well as wind players, organists, trumpeters, and timpanists. These performers participated in municipal festive occasions, where they provided a variety of outdoor music entertainment. Enriching the public concerts, members of the court, most often women, also nurtured private domestic concerts. Most specifically, Countess
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Newton Free Library Events 24 Author elisabeth Gitter talk, 7pm, 25 Newton Corner book Please call Ruth Glassat 3320835 or Karen The Boston Duo of violinist Lilia Muchnik and pianist http://www.ci.newton.ma.us/Library/Newsletter/archive/2003_archive/month_403.htm