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#ClassicsaDay #ClassicalWinter Week 3

For January 2019, #ClassicsaDay went with a winter theme. December's theme, #ClassicalChristmas centered around sacred works of the season. #ClassicalWinter is about sharing secular compositions. that have a snow or winter theme. Here are my Classical Winter posts for...

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Arnold Rosner Orchestral Works, Vol. 2

This installment of Rosner's orchestral music shows a wide range of emotional expression. The 1976 Five Ko-ans for Orchestra encapsulates the essence of Rosner's style. The music's mostly triadic, with chords resolving in delightfully unexpected ways. Rosner...

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#ClassicsaDay #ClassicalWinter Week 2

For January 2019, #ClassicsaDay went with a winter theme. December's theme, #ClassicalChristmas centered around sacred works of the season. #ClassicalWinter is about sharing secular compositions. that have a snow or winter theme.  Here are my Classical Winter posts...

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#ClassicsaDay #ClassicalWinter Week 1

For January 2019, #ClassicsaDay went with a winter theme. December's theme, #ClassicalChristmas centered around sacred works of the season. #ClassicalWinter is about sharing secular compositions. that have a snow or winter theme.  Here are my Classical Winter posts...

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Exceptional performances of Graupner Cantatas

This release features three cantatas and two overtures by Christoph Graupner. Graupner was a contemporary of Bach, Handel, and Telemann, and their near-equal in talent. He spent most of his career at the court of Hesse-Darmstadt, composing over 1,400 works. The three...

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