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  1. Solo & Chamber Music
    Hello to all! I am performing baroque musician and musicologist. I was very lucky last year to discover a very unknown French 18th century composer named Cappus. Cappus founded the opera in Dijon in the 18th Century with Rameau's brother Claude. The only surviving of his many works are viola da...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    I’m vacationing in France next Summer and I’m thinking about French music. What are your Top 20 works by French composers?
  3. Politics and Religion in Classical Music
    Posted on the Gramophone web site: http://www.gramophone.co.uk/blog/the-gramophone-blog/a-posthumous-insult-to-composer-henri-dutilleux I understand Vichy can still be a touchy subject in France, but this particular instance seems a very petty decision.
  4. Opera
    There are, of course, others that you can write in. My personal favorite is Thais. A good story and libretto, with the operatic interlude of all time, and lots of plain old beautiful music. I also read an essay at the front of the Decca recording w/ Fleming about the complex system of musical...
  5. News, Concerts and Events
    Renowned internationally for its artistic openness, in a unique place in Rouffach (Alsace, France), Musicalta Academy welcomes annually more than 300 students from all over the world for two sessions of 10 days each. Students are exposed to a most remarkable musical surrounding, and thus have...
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