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#ClassicsaDay #ClassicalDoubleDigits Week 1

The Classics a Day team noted that the new year is comprised of two twenties -- double digits. So the theme for January 2020 is to post other examples of double digits found in classical music. Prolific composers are a good place to start. But I found a few surprises...

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#ClassicsaDay #ClassicalChristmas Week 3

This marks the third year running that the Classics a Day team made Christmas music the December theme. I guess that makes it a tradition. When it comes to the music of the season, there's plenty to choose from. Since the 1100s composers have written sacred music for...

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A Tudor Christmas delivers the spirit of the age

The liner notes for this release are very clear. This is NOT a historical recreation of a Christmas from the 1600s. Rather, it's sort of an impression of what one might have heard during the holidays in Tudor or Stuart England. I can accept that premise. Christmas...

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#ClassicaDay #ClassicalChristmas Week 2

This marks the third year running that the Classics a Day team made Christmas music the December theme. I guess that makes it a tradition. When it comes to the music of the season, there's plenty to choose from. Since the 1100s composers have written sacred music for...

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