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  1. Composer Guestbooks
    What the Fux! No thread about him in almost two decades of this site being up... here we go: Johann Joseph Fux: the greatest, most celebrated and widely read music theorist of all time - studied by almost all of the greatest composers the world has seen; J.S Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang...
  2. Religious Music
    I recently bought the autograph manuscript of a composition for choir, small orchestra and organ by French composer Joseph Noyon (1888-1962). The work consists of 15 small movements and is - as far as I could get it from the score - in a romantic compositional style. I now created a pdf-score...
  3. News, Concerts and Events
    Violist Joseph de Pasquale (October 14, 1919 - June 22, 2015) has died. He was principal violist of the Boston Symphony and of the Philadelphia Orchestra over a roughly 50-year period starting in 1947. A couple of articles noting his passing were published recently in the Philadelphia Inquirer...
  4. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    Joseph Martin Kraus (1756 - 1792) is a seriously underrated composer in a genuine sense. (Notice the year of birth and year of death) Take a read if you can of some sources and above all listen to his pieces. I have listened to four CDs featuring his symphonies. Definitely one of the most...
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