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Franz Krommer Symphonies Inspired by Beethoven

This is the second volume of Krommer symphonies from Griffiths and the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana. The first volume covered Krommer's first three symphonies. This release features three symphonies; only two of which were published. Franz Krommer was based in...

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#ClassicsaDay #SovietaDay Week 4

For May 2018, some of us contributing to #ClassicsaDay decided to mark May Day. Reason enough to post works by Soviet composers. I decided to go a little farther with my #SovietaDay posts and concentrate on Soviet prize winners. Here are the posts I shared for week 4....

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#ClassicsaDay #SovietaDay Week 3

For May 2018, some of us contributing to #ClassicsaDay decided to mark May Day. Reason enough to post works by Soviet composers. I decided to go a little farther with my #SovietaDay posts and concentrate on Soviet prize winners. Here are the posts I shared for week 3....

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#ClassicsaDay #SovietaDay Week 2

For May 2018, some of us contributing to #ClassicsaDay decided to mark May Day. Reason enough to post works by Soviet composers. I decided to go a little farther with my #SovietaDay posts and concentrate on Soviet prize winners. Here are the posts I shared for week 2....

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Quattro Mani Restructure Piano Duo Concept

The new release from the Quattro Mani is aptly titled "Re-Structures." Steven Beck and Susan Grace restructure the concept of a piano duo, making it more of a keyboard duo. And that's an important distinction. The program features works for two pianos as bookends....

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#ClassicsaDay #SovietaDay Week 1

For May 2018, some of us contributing to #ClassicsaDay decided to mark May Day. Reason enough to post works by Soviet composers. I decided to go a little farther with my #SovietaDay posts and concentrate on Soviet prize winners.  Here are the posts I shared for week...

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