In: Sheet music

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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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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15 SepHope is made of courage


50 years of Greenpeace in music

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27 Aug21 September: International Day of Peace


Just in these days around the events in Afghanistan, the “International Day of World Peace” proclaimed by the UN is a…

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26 AugWhen the two towers collapsed….


Twenty years have passed since the world watched in horror the events surrounding the terrorist attack on the two towers of…

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19 JulWitchcraft and superstition


Are there secret powers at work that want to dominate us? Do they want to “chip” humanity to control it? Is…

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11 Jul18.7: International Nelson Mandela Day


“There is no passion that consists in making oneself small by settling for a life that is less than the one…

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07 JulAn instrument that ruled the world.


Many special instruments from different parts of the world have been known for centuries. For example, the didgeridoo from Australia, percussion…

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