Archive | July, 2012

New Score Releases: June–July 2012

New scores of Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Satie, and Gounod for cello released in the last couple months
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Monday’s Bow (July 30)

Daily Bow Logo The London Olympics are underway, and a special guest from the classical world got a chance to participate in its opening. Learn more!
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Daily Bow: Lost Vivaldi Opera Discovered

Daily Bow Logo In a bombshell discovery, Italian Vivaldi scholars have found an older, previously unknown version of Vivaldi’s opera “Orlando Furioso.”
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Daily Bow: Beethoven and Boulez go to the Proms

Daily Bow Logo Conductor Daniel Barenboim paired two unusual concerts in concerts with West-Eastern Divan Orchestra last week. Read on to learn more!
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Daily Bow: The Podcast as a Virtual Concert Hall

Daily Bow Logo Is the podcast the new concert hall? With one podcast reaching 15 million people, the partners behind Classical Music Discoveries thinks so.
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Daily Bow: High Praise for SF Symphony Youth Orchestra in Germany

Daily Bow Logo The San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra received high praise from a some notoriously hard to please German music critics. Read on to learn more!
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Strength and Solace in Classical Music (Monday’s Bow July 23)

Daily Bow Logo In the wake of the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado, people find strength and solace in classical music.
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Daily Bow: Scarf-Powered Piano

Daily Bow Logo Composer Jeff Bryant has created a decidedly un-boring way to create music…and you can wear it. Take a look at his scarf-powered piano!
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Daily Bow: El Sistema Models Expand in England

Daily Bow Logo The English government is providing funding for new orchestras based the El Sistema model. Read on to learn more!
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Daily Bow: Sex, Books, and…Thomas Tallis

Daily Bow Logo E.L. James’s erotic bestseller “Fifty Shades of Grey” has people talking about a lot of S&M…and buying a huge amount of Thomas Tallis.
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