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  1. Musicians
    America's oldest continuously-active classical music organization is celebrating its 200th anniversary. It was formed on April 13, 1815 in Boston. "The society announced itself with a concert at the King's Chapel on Christmas Day 1815, when 100 singers -- 90 men and 10 women, with the tenors...
  2. Recorded Music and Publications
    A large-scale project by the Netherlands Bach Society, consistly in upload one work of J. S. Bach per week. It might take 20 years, but it seems to me that the quality of the project is outstanding
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    Sigh. No, those are not my words. My uncle said it this past Sunday. Background, I'm a jazz guitarist and contemporary classical composer. My uncle has been a long time tenured math professor at a Cal state university. He teaches advanced math to graduate students. He is far more...
  4. Conductors & Conducting
    Benjamin Britten(1913-1976) was an English composer, conductor, and pianist. He showed prodigious talent from an early age, composing Quatre Chansons françaises for soprano and orchestra at the age of fourteen. He first came to public attention with a cappella choral work A Boy Was Born. With...
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