By: Helmut Schwaiger

14 NovProblem zone: ä ö ü and other special letters


Users of www.musicainfo.net have pointed out that with some browsers a search with words that have an umlaut or special character…

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14 NovExciting stories from old times


Nothing is more beautiful than when the audience gets to hear exciting stories. For example those from the war between the…

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13 NovBuilding bridges across borders – Rasteder Musiktage 2020


“Bridges build over borders” is the motto under which the initiators of the Rasteder Music Days organise an annual superlative music…

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13 NovThe focus is on making music together


The new wind music fair “BRAWO” in Stuttgart starts with a varied workshop and advanced training programme. For the first time,…

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12 Nov50 Years Young Band Meeting


In 2020, the city of Ettlingen will become a meeting place for young musicians: The youth wind musicians of the Bund…

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28 OctJapanese publisher cooperates with Holland


Often the paths are very winding. For example, if you need notes from Japan. The delivery goes from the publisher “Brain…

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27 OctMonograph on clarinet and wind music in Spain


The book The Clarinte in Spain: Miguel Yuste Moreno (1870-1947) is the first monograph on clarinet and wind music in Spain…

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25 OctWhen horrible monsters appear on stage…


A huge, remotely human-like winged creature with claws on its arms and legs and a head full of tentacles, as reported…

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25 OctGreen fields, green meadows….


Green fields, green meadows…….this is how the late autumn in Central Europe shows up at the time and Christmas feelings do not yet arise. Nevertheless, Christmas is just around the corner and many choirs, orchestras and ensembles have recorded the rehearsals for Christmas. Christmas and gifts are a unity and today we are allowed to present our full members with a small gift in the form of notes.

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22 OctLUX – Light aspects as sound visions


Genesis says, “…and God called the light day, and the darkness he called night.” Light means beginning and end, is our…

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