By: Helmut Schwaiger

26 OctYour opinion is welcome


Hardly any report has provoked as much reaction as “Does every concert need a red thread?”. It shows you deal with…

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26 OctAre you a Ha, a Fa or a Bra?


Brass music is diverse. Also in the instrumentation. If it is a brass instrumentation, abbreviated to “Bra” in our country, then…

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26 OctArthur Schnitzler: Provocateur per excellence


These days, exactly on 21 October, the 90th anniversary of the death of the doctor, storyteller and playwright Arthur Schnitzler was…

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24 OctHollywood is in Switzerland


With this title we mean the musical centre of Hollywood. For hardly any publisher can offer more recordings and editions of…

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23 OctA wonderful sea voyage to a strange island.


Bran Mac Febail receives a visit to his castle from a mystical woman from the Otherworld, who makes wonderful music sound…

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23 OctSir Malcolm Arnold: a border crosser of music


“Hardly any other British composer has contributed more to overcoming the boundaries between “U” and “E” music than Malcolm Arnold. Most…

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22 OctHouse Music Day – Musicians’ Day


Cecilia is known as an emergency helper and since the late Middle Ages also as the patron saint of church music….

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20 OctThe Pied Piper of Hamelin: Invention or truth?


The legend of the “Pied Piper of Hamelin” is known worldwide, having been translated into more than 30 languages. It is…

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23 SepWhen Four English Gentlemen Meet….


There’s Mr Bailey. He is somewhat vain, if not snobbish. In his fine loden he moves in the circles of aristocratic…

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15 SepHope is made of courage


50 years of Greenpeace in music

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