Recommendations

07 JulHenry Fillmore and his discriminating trombones


Henry Fillmore (1881 to 1956) is the son of the publisher of the same name who has been active in America…

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07 JulThe man who was never a Western hero…


Ennio Morricone was a quiet man, introverted and without scandal. Even if his name will forever be connected with (western) film,…

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07 JulBrush Up Your Shakespeare


This well-known song from the musical Kiss me, Kate served a conductor as the basis for a concert program. We can…

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04 JunWhen the body rocks.


Body-Percussion is a body-centered game that is fun and trains and activates many different muscles. In this case, social interaction is…

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News

07 JulNew publications early summer 2020


We can’t do without the word Corona for new publications either, because the crisis has not left the publishing houses unaffected….

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New releases 2019-2020 from Hal Leonard Europe

20 FebA Cantastoria conquers the wind music…


Oh, were those perhaps good times, when the balladeers met under the lime tree on the village square and sang the…

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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 JanEspaña cañí, a pasadoble for Spanish Roma.


España cañí (meaning “Gypsy Spain” in Spanish) is a famous instrumental Spanish piece of pasodoble music by Pascual Marquina Narro (1873-1948)….

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Deaths

07 JulThe man who was never a Western hero…


Ennio Morricone was a quiet man, introverted and without scandal. Even if his name will forever be connected with (western) film,…

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07 MayComposer and conductor Willy Hautvast died


As the Dutch information platform klankwijzer.nl reports, the composer, arranger and conductor Willy Hautvast died suddenly at the age of 87…

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