In: Sheet Music

30 NovNew times for choral music


Choirs are strongly affected in times of pandemic. Many have completely stopped their activities because of the danger of infection. But…

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30 NovBelwin’s new wind band works


Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp. is based in Miami, Florida. The editions are distributed by Alfred Publishing Company, which has a European branch…

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06 OctEnjoy the Music – News from Belgium


Enjoy the Music – that’s what Louis Martinus, head of the Belgian music publisher HaFaBra, recommends. HaFaBra in turn means: music…

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03 SepIn the land of long tongues


Basically Haka means “dance” in the Maori language. But the term also stands for a special dance of the New Zealand…

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02 SepA quiet piece of violin history


Ferdinand David was a close friend of Mendelssohn and was concertmaster of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra at the time. In 1938,…

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31 AugFestival Concert 38


Marc Reift’s “Festival Concert No. 38” contains a collection of works for harmony, fanfare and brass orchestras of all levels of…

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05 AugSummer, sun and (new) music


Corona does not (currently) slow down the publishing houses. New releases have been planned for a long time, so it seems…

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The Scottish composer, arranger and trombonist

19 FebWhat do tomatoes and trombones have in common?


“The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” was voted the “worst film of all time” in the late 1970s. Despite this predicate…

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30 JanTill Eulenspiegel, a fool with class.


According to tradition, Till Eulenspiegel was born in 1300 in Kneitlingen am Elm (Germany). Eulenspiegel is often depicted in later illustrations…

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23 NovThanksgiving in autumn: a festival for musicians!


From the office window you can see how the foehn storm whirls up the leaves. It seems as if they are…

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