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5 Essential Works by the Great Composer Gustav Mahler

5 Essential Works by the Great Composer Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler (July 7, 1860 – May 18, 1911) is one of the most important composers and conductors of post-romanticism. His symphonies crown the tradition of great composers who dedicated...

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Documentary of the Gustav Mahler International Seminar in Paraná

Documentary of the Gustav Mahler International Seminar in Paraná

Between May 8th and 18th, Paraná hosted the Gustav Mahler International Seminar, organized by the Department of Culture of Entre Ríos and sponsored by the Autonomous Institute of Insurance of...

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Martha Argerich in a legendary recital given in 1969 at the Teatro Colón

Martha Argerich in a legendary recital given in 1969 at the Teatro Colón

El Teatro Colón amplía su archivo histórico digital con una pieza invaluable de su acervo musical. La virtuosa Martha Argerich en un recital de antología brindado en 1969. Escuchá el concierto completo acá.

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Martha Argerich and Her Debut at the Teatro Colón

Martha Argerich and Her Debut at the Teatro Colón

In this article, we recount the debut of the great piano legend at the Teatro Colón. We include a masterful performance and images of the program from that debut which...

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May 29th: Stravinsky, Albéniz, Xenakis, and more

May 29th: Stravinsky, Albéniz, Xenakis, and more

Today, May 29th, we celebrate a day filled with notable musical anniversaries that have shaped the history of music. From the premiere of a groundbreaking work to the births of...

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Five essential works by Tchaikovsky and facts about his life

Five essential works by Tchaikovsky and facts about his life

This article provides an insight into the life of the Russian genius Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky alongside his music. From his early days in Votkinsk, Russia, to his musical legacy, we...

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Beethoven’s 9th Symphony: 5 interpretations and key facts

Beethoven’s 9th Symphony: 5 interpretations and key facts

A look at the symphony turning 200 years old. To celebrate, we bring you 5 spectacular interpretations available online, along with key facts about its creation, premiere, and its impact...

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The Sinfonia Concertante, an elusive genre with uncertain identity.

The Sinfonia Concertante, an elusive genre with uncertain identity.

Following the logics of the art of cooking or those of genetic research and practices, we could assume that, like a recipe or a hybridization, a sinfonia concertante is the...

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Herbert von Karajan: el legado de un Maestro

Herbert von Karajan: el legado de un Maestro

Como uno de los directores más célebres del siglo XX, el legado musical de Herbert von Karajan sigue inspirando y cautivando al público de todo el mundo. Sus interpretaciones incomparables...

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Naxos Recommendations for March: Handel, Best of Romanticism, and More

Naxos Recommendations for March: Handel, Best of Romanticism, and More

We bring you Naxos’ recommendations for March: from the majestic “Arrival of the Queen of Sheba” by Handel to Peter Boyer’s brilliant tribute to “Rhapsody in Blue”. Find in this...

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