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    R S T U V W X Y Z Basket 0 Wishlist 0 Overview A Z Blog Music from Kassel Copyright 2010 2011 by Furore Naumburger Straße 40 34127 Kassel Germany Tel 49 0 561 500 493 11 Fax 49

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    her three octave compass and musical versatility During her first concert tour through Germany in 1838 together with her brother in law she performed some of her own vocal compositions accompanying herself on the piano In Leipzig she met Clara Wieck and Robert Schumann Schumann published one of her songs in his Neue Zeitschrift für Musik New Journal for Music and later dedicated his Heine Song Cycle op 24 to her Like her sister she made her opera but as Desdemona in Rossini Otello first in London 9th May 1839 then in Paris 8th October 1839 and took up her first engagement at the Theatre Italien in Paris where she demonstrated her dramatic talent in a range of Rossini roles Alfred de Musset who said of her Singing is to her as natural as breathing George Sand who made her into the heroine of her novel Consuelo 1843 and Hector Berlioz rapidly joined the ranks of her most ardent admirers In 1840 she married Louis Viardot an author and the director of the Théâtre Italien Viardot who was 21 years her senior gave up his job and accompanied her on the concert tours which she made throughout Europe in the years that followed Pauline s first daughter Louise born in 1841 was brought up by her grandmother She sang in London Berlin Dresden Vienna and St Petersburg where she was engaged by the Opera from 1843 to 1846 and where she met the Russian author Ivan Turgenev Turgenev fell in love with her and lived next door to the Viardots until his death While in St Petersburg in addition to the Italian repertoire she sang works by Glinka and Dargomizhsky in Russian She only appeared in Paris occasionally because she was repeatedly exposed to hostility as the wife of Louis Viardot who was a Republican and a declared opponent of Louis Napoleon However the premiere of Meyerbeer s The Prophet 16th April 1849 and her interpretation of the role of Fid s were an astounding triumph Pauline Viardot sang Fid s over 200 times on all the great European stages Apart from her portrayal of this character it was above all as Gluck s Orpheus that she lent dramatic reality to the role through her musical and dramatic artistry The part had originally been written for a castrato but Berlioz arranged it for her and as a result the forgotten opera made its return to the stage 18th November 1859 The leading female roles in Beethoven s Fidelio Gluck s Alceste and Verdi s Macbeth were further milestones in her career In 1863 at the age of 42 she retired from the stage and left France for political reasons With her husband her three younger children Claudine born 1852 Marianne born 1854 Paul born 1857 and Ivan Turgenev she settled in Baden Baden taught female singers from all over the world and built an art gallery and little opera house in her garden Here she gave concerts with her pupils

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    very world history from which operatic material was derived in the Baroque period obviously gave her the greatest motivation for this Her further opera compositions demonstrated a logical progression in the development and philosophical appraisal of her own past and experiences If we compare Wilhelmine s surviving compositions with the much more extensive musical works of her brother Frederick the Great we are inevitably left with the impression that the greater part of her music must have been lost Even in their youth in Berlin brother and sister were virtually in competition to see who could write more music and later in Bayreuth Wilhelmine the composer initiated operas and concerts at court Both from her time in Berlin and in Bayreuth therefore much more of her music should have survived In particular we have absolutely no information about the content and programmes of the Academies held regularly at the Academie der freyen Künste und Wissenschaften Academy of the Free Arts and Sciences founded in Bayreuth in 1756 to which Wilhelmine devoted much of her musical energies in the last two years of her life Several opera librettos written by her have been preserved both autograph and as printed copies but only three of her musical compositions have gradually come to light and been published Some years ago Furore first published her harpsichord concerto This concerto must be one of the earliest original clavier concertos It shows that Wilhelmine was not only a virtuoso harpsichordist but that she was able to make a highly individual contribution to the genre at an early stage in her musical career Werke Annäherung IX an sieben Komponistinnen Cavatinen Concerto in G Concerto in G set of parts Sonata per Flauto traverso e Basso continuo More Vally Weigl 11 09 1894 in Wien 25 12 1982 in New York Vally Weigl belonged to a Jewish merchant family from Vienna Between 1913 and 1918 she studied musicology music teaching psychology and philosophy in her home city and took private lessons to acquire additional musical skills in piano playing music theory and composition She was a pupil of Richard Robert and Karl Weigl whom she later married Due to the persecution resulting from the Nuremberg Race Laws she fled with her family to the USA where she worked as a pianist and music teacher Her Old Time Burlesque composed in 1937 was originally scored for either the cello or trombone with piano The warm tone of the viola lends the work a fascinatingly wistful timbre Werke Miriam s Song Volume 1 More Dorothy Williams Dorothy Williams served on the music faculty at several colleges and as staff and recital accompanist at Eastman School of Music She is organist at Mayfl ower Community Congregational Church and has collaborated on compositions and performances with Calliope Women s Chorus One Voice Mixed Chorus and TransVoices She has two children and six grandchildren and lives in St Paul Minnesota No description available Werke Positive More Emma Wooge 02 04 1857 in Hamburg

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  • Furore Verlag: Music by women composers
    R S T U V W X Y Z Basket 0 Wishlist 0 Overview A Z Blog Music from Kassel Copyright 2010 2011 by Furore Naumburger Straße 40 34127 Kassel Germany Tel 49 0 561 500 493 11 Fax 49

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    the Rheinsberger Academy of Music in 1999 Her works are performed around the world often at festivals and have won her international prizes The composer is a founder member of the Ukrainian society Women in Music and is also a member of numerous other musical associations In addition to extensive work as a teacher the pianist and composer works as musical director for a number of theatres and festivals in

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    a guest lecturer she travelled to Madrid Vienna Vilnius and Shaoxing For her more than 90 works for opera orchestra concertos chamber music vocal music she received numerous national and international prizes and received many commissions In 1987 88 she went to Rome being awarded the prestigious scholarship of the German Academy in Italy Villa Massimo Since 2002 Susanna Zargar Swiridoff is also active as a gallerist organizing exhibitions and opening vernissages She speaks and writes English Spanish French Italian also Chinese and Korean In 2009 the James Joyce Unique Book Collection in Zurich presented the calligraphie of her composition for Violoncello solo Tsubaki With reference to Susanna Zargar Swiridoff s compositions many television programs sent portrait features such as ZDF SAT 3 NDR SWF RAI In 2012 13 she composed the opera Habba Khatoon Werke 25 plus piano solo 27 works by contemporary women composers Christmas Carols by Women Composers Vol 2 for mascha Organ solo More Emely Zobel 1964 in Hameln an der Weser 1996 in Essen After finishing Secondary school university studies followed in the fields of psychology philosophy and musicology at Hamburg Cello at Detmold Essen and Aachen Awarded with a scholarship of the government Begabtenförderung der Studienstiftung Villigst 1992 final exams in musical arts still carrying her civil name Susanne Ehlers multivarious concerts as soloist and chambermusic player debuts at well named festival places e g Warschauer Herbst Berlinale Aktive Musik Ruhr Festival Weimar Schreyaner Herbst Member of various contemporary music groups 1987 one of the initiators of the ConGioco Ensemble a group of six musicians who dedicate themselves to avantgarde music 1993 foundation of the Mengano Quartet Numerous concert tours through Europe and South America Working out concepts in experimental music theatre improvisation and performance as well as modern dance theatre Realisation of an everlasting dream to be a composer Stimulated by ConGioco Ensemble she creates her first musical work 1995 first radio production with the HR Frankfurt A posthumous edition of recording CD SAL 7006 Salto Records International includes contemporary music for cello and voice and was recorded and prepared for edition by Susanne Ehlers in 1995 1996 On this CD she interprets besides some own pieces compositions by John Cage Adriana Hälszky Mauricio Kagel Louis Andriessen and Roland Aley Werke Blau op 2 Cäcilie op 13 Fliegen op 12 Flodigarry op 2 Horn Music for Horn solo L amour op 5 Oh op 10 a picture of me gardening op 4 More Emilie Zumsteeg 09 12 1796 in Stuttgart 01 08 1857 Emilie Zumsteeg was the youngest child of the German composer Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg and she was known as a composer pianist singer and one of the most sought after music teachers of her time Her father died when she was six years old and shortly thereafter her mother opened a music shop in which young Emilie helped Her mother recognized her musical talent and Emilie studied piano theory and singing Gifted with a fine alto voice she was soon singing

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    Jahren gefolgt bin eine Hauptstraße war oder ein Umweg Ich beginne seit einem oder zwei Jahren zu fühlen dass es das Letztere war ein Umweg aber ein sehr wichtiger auf dem ich heruntergekommen bin aus der Stratosphäre eines gut befahrenen Highways Ob ich je meine Flügel wieder ausbreiten werde und in die Stratosphäre starte und wieviel Staub der Straße an mir haften wird ist eine interessante Frage jedenfalls für mich Wenn ich es tue werde ich wahrscheinlich die ganze Straße mit hochheben Nach einem Konzert 1938 in dem einige ihrer frühen Werke wie das String Quartet Piano Study in Mixed Accents und Three Songs on Poems by Carl Sandburg gespielt wurden und dem sich eine Podiums diskussion anschloss fragte einer der Zuhörer ob sie nicht im Angesicht der Zeit der wirtschaftlichen Depression auch Musik schreiben könne die eingängiger sei nicht nur Musik für einige Wenige Ihre Antwort Ich werde das tun Ich bin in den letzten beiden Jahren zu der Überzeugung gelangt dass meine nächste Musik leichter zu spielen und zu verstehen sein soll Aber zur Zeit sollten wir nicht vergessen wie wichtig es ist auch Musik für einige Wenige zu schreiben und ich bereue es dass ich nicht mehr

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    and quality comparable with G Fauré audio samples Hörprobe 1 Audio Sample 1 Moderato von der CD Mel Bonis Quatuors Hörprobe 2 Audio Sample 2 Intermezzo von der CD Mel Bonis Quatuors Hörprobe 3 Audio Sample 3 Andantevon der CD Mel Bonis Quatuors Hörprobe 4 Audio Sample 4 Finalvon der CD Mel Bonis Quatuors Price 49 00 Price including VAT and plus delivery Add to basket Add to wishlist Basket

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