In: Tips & Tricks

CD Raritäten

10 FebGet it now: CD rarities


As reported elsewhere, countless sound carriers have been digitised and entered into the sheet music database. Now the problem arises: what…

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07 JanActors, singers and other jugglers….


“I would like to perform a whole musical with my wind orchestra. That is, with singers, choir, actors, etc. But the…

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30 NovWell-intentioned but unwanted: Direct debit orders


Membership fees are due once a year. You will receive a renewal invoice 60 days, then 30 days and again 14…

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30 NovThousand new radio tracks per month!


Information is important for you. Complete sound recordings will help you to decide on your programme. We take meticulous care to…

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06 Oct“My account” shows your data


Somewhat in the middle of your screen in the blue bar below our logo you will find the link “My account”….

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06 OctMichael’s selected works


Michael Hug is a music publisher and music dealer in Switzerland, and has been a partner in our database for 20…

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02 SepCorona-Trend: small wind music ensembles


The Covid 19 pandemic has shown one thing: The will to make music together is unbroken. Perhaps some of the orchestras…

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04 JunWhat is a “Silbato” in the score?


The world of music has become small. When I was a music dealer in the 70s, hardly any music from Spanish…

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07 MayUnique sound archive


Only a few people can remember the old sound recordings of the music cassettes anymore. Some people know the vinyl records,…

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04 AprProgram notes are not concert announcements!


Concert announcements are a sensitive topic. How should they be designed? Is it better to inform the listeners precisely about the…

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