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    Senior Member Lisztian's Avatar
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    A few days ago I greatly enjoyed this piece by a composer I had never heard of:
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbhaub View Post
    An orchestra I'm involved with as player, sometimes conductor, board member, and asst librarian has put everyone on notice: 2020 will commemorate 100 years since the suffragette movement got women the right to vote in the US. EVERY concert WILL have at least one work by a woman composer. You have no idea how challenging this is going to be.
    How many concerts do you play per year? What makes this particularly challenging? If the pieces are relatively short and mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries it probably won’t take too much effort for the players to learn new repertoire. Often enough orchestral players have played the same repertoire so much that little to no rehearsal is needed before a concert, so it’s good to make orchestras actually do some interesting work from time to time.

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