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  • Kurt Schwertsik: Marimba Concerto
    Source: Scottish Ensemble
    Video podcast of Colin Currie rehearsing Kurt Schwertsik's marimba concerto Now you hear me, now you don't , premiered with the Scottish Ensemble in February 2009.
    Views: 20477
  • Schwertsik on Schwertsik
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    This interview with Kurt Schwertsik, filmed in Vienna, explores his musical development, his shift from Darmstadt back to tonality and his music's unique blend of melancholy and humour.
    Views: 30593
  • Seidler: Kater Moshe Trailer (dt.)
    Source: Chris Seidler
    Trailer zur Märchenoper "Kater Moshe und der Zauberbogen" (2011/16) von Chris Seidler
    Views: 3966
  • Seidler: Moshe Trailer (E)
    Source: Chris Seidler
    Trailer for Chris Seidler's fairytale oper "Moshe and the Magic Bow" (2011/16)
    Views: 4174
  • Sean Shepherd on Discovering Classical Music
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Composer Sean Shepherd discusses the first time he encountered classical music in Disney's "Fantasia."
    Views: 48
  • Sean Shepherd on Finding His Voice
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Composer Sean Shepherd discusses how some words of advice from composer Libby Larsen helped him to find his compositional voice.
    Views: 35
  • Shostakovich and Football: Escape to Freedom
    The Boosey & Hawkes staff football team celebrate the release of new book Shostakovich and Football: Escape to Freedom.
    Views: 491
  • Shostakovich Symphony No.10
    Source: London Symphony Orchestra
    Video interview with choreographer Royston Maldoom about Overture 2012, a major dance community project setting Shostakovich's Symphony No.10.
    Views: 6982
  • Die Frau Ohne Schatten at Netherlands Opera
    Source: The Netherlands Opera
    A sneak peek into the Netherlands Opera production of the Richard Strauss classic, Die Frau Ohne Schatten .
    Views: 6388
  • Richard Strauss: Salome
    Source: Opus Arte
    David McVicar’s powerful 2008 production of Oscar Wilde’s bible-based drama takes the controversially disturbing film Salò as its visual reference, setting it in a debauched palace in Nazi Germany. Strauss’s ravishing and voluptuous score adds to the sexual alchemy conjured by an international cast led by Nadja Michael in the title role.
    Views: 10010
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