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Schott Aktuell - The Journal

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Hans Werner Henze 1926-2012
Toshi Ichiyanagi 80
Gavin Bryars 70
Henze: Der Prinz von Homburg
The 21st Century Lied
Morton Subotnick 80
Joseph Schwantner 70
Charles Ives: Central Park in the Dark
Richard Wagner: New Performance Material
György Ligeti 90
Hans Werner Henze: Richard Wagnersche Klavierlieder
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 Wall planner for the 2013/14 season
 Partch: Delusion of the Fury
 Opera of Our Time
 In Memoriam: Henri Dutilleux and Steve Martland Paul Hindemith: Sancta Susanna

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WAGNER - Dead or Alive?
New Composers: Pierre Jalbert, Hannah Lash and
Lei Liang
Fritz Kreisler: 50th Anniversary of Death
The Ring without Words
New Composer: R. Murray Schafer
Carl Orff: 30th Anniversary of Death
Karl Amadeus Hartmann: Symphonische Hymnen
Jean Françaix: 100th Birthday
Volker David Kirchner: 70th Birthday
Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
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Heft 6

Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Die Soldaten in Salzburg
Peter Hanser-Strecker 70
Alexander Goehr 80
Wilhelm Killmayer 85
Valentin Silvestrov 75
Conlon Nancarrow 100
Arnold Schönberg: Moses und Aron
Orchestral Tales - Music for Family Concerts
Rodion Shchedrin 80
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade


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Alexander Goehr in Berlin
Celebrating Grainger 2011
Michael Tippett: A Child of Our Time
The Importance of Making Opera
Wilfried Hiller 70
Aribert Reimann 75
Carl Orff: Gisei
21st Century Cello Concertos
GEMA Music Awards for Henze and Reimann
In memoriam Lee Hoiby
Nino Rota: Concerto No. 2 per violoncello e orchestra
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Karel Husa 90
Joaquín Rodrigo: Música para un jardín
Stage Animals
Howard Shore 65
Nino Rota: Lo scoiattolo in gamba
Nino Rota 100
Igor Stravinsky: Concerto in E flat 'Dumbarton Oaks'


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The Tragic Muse in Opera
Henze at RUHR.2010
Astoria new with Schott
Richard Strauss: Elektra
Cityscapes in Music
Dieter Schnebel 80
Jean Guillou 80
George Gershwin: An American in Paris
Love Songs
Enjott Schneider 60
György Ligeti: Lontano
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New Percussion Repertoire
Mikis Theodorakis 85
Heinrich Sutermeister 100
Toru Takemitsu: From me flows what you call time
Ballets: New Compositions, Choreographer's Favourites, Dance Classics
Igor Stravinsky: Scènes de Ballet
Alvin Singleton 70
Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Stille und Umkehr


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Ad Astra - Space Music
Peter Eötvös 65
Frank Zappa new with Schott
Paul Hindemith: Symphony "Harmony of the World"
Crime on Stage
Bernard Rands 75
In Memoriam Hermann Regner
Igor Stravinsky: The Firebird
Shakespeare in Music
Heinz Holliger 70
Penderecki at Sounds New Festival
Heinrich Sutermeister: Romeo und Julia
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Remember Schumann... 2010
Yoji Yuasa 80
John Casken 60
Robert Schumann: Violin Concerto
Strictly Strings - Repertoire for string orchestra
Klaus Doldinger Film scores with Schott
Peter Maxwell Davies 75
Michael Tippett: Concerto for double string orchestra
Let´s Celebrate - Music for festive events
Henze Project at Ruhr.2010
Preivew 2010
Igor Stravinsky: Feu d'artifice


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New Violin Concertos
Gavin Bryars 65
Toshi Ichiyanagi 75
Michael Tippett: Triple Concerto

New Stage Works
Obituary Harald Genzmer
Obituary Friedrich Zehm
Hans Pfitzner: Palestrina
New Brass Concertos
Mikis Theodorakis new with Schott
John Duffy 80
Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Trumpet Concerto
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Music for Summer Serenades
Peter Eötvös in Glyndebourne
Howard Shore in Paris
Joaquín Rodrigo: Concierto andaluz
Composing America
Stewart Wallace: The Bonesetter's Daughter in San Francisco
Paul Hindemith: Pittsburgh Symphony
Krzysztof Penderecki 75
String Quartet plus
Bohuslav Martinu: Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra             


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 Japan - New Paths
 Jon Lord new with Schott
 Morton Subotnick new with Schott
 Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra
 New Orchestral Works
 Frankfurt Music Prize 2007 for Peter Eötvös
 New Penderecki works with Schott
 Igor Strawinsky: Jeu des Cartes
Music and Visual Arts
Igor Stravinsky 125
Zurich Festival Prize for Heinz Holliger
Paul Hindemith: Mathis der Maler

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Summer Music Festivals
Alexander Goehr 75
Wilhelm Killmayer 80
Mstislav Rostropovich Obituary
Film Music in Concert
Howard Shore joins Schott
Valentin Silvestrov 75
Nino Rota Il Gattopardo
 New Music for Young Audiences
 Rodion Shchedrin 75
 Looking ahead to 2008
 Carl Orff: Die Kluge


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 New Heights for the Piano
 Neue Piano Concertos
 Neue Piano Music
 Nino Rota: Concerto in mi minore
 New on Stage
 Aribert Reimann 70
 Peteris Vasks 60
 Paul Hindemith: Cardillac
 New Repertoire for Clarinet
 Eulenburg AUDIO + SCORE
 The Sound Library
 Toru Takemitsu: Fantasma - Cantos
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 Hans Werner Henze 80
 Summer Festivals
 Karel Husa 85
 Erwin Schulhoff: Flammen  
 New Choral Music
 Schott&Belaieff co-operation
 In memoriam György Ligeti
 Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
 Fazil Say with Schott
 Penderecki Music Centre
 Ottmar Gerster: Enoch Arden 


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 Tippett 100 - The Centenary
 Music of Rememberance - 60 Years since WW II
 Tobias Picker: Old and Lost Rivers
 Music Fair Frankfurt am Main 2005
 New sheet music releases
 Georges Bizet: Carmen
 British Composers
 Henri Dutilleux: Ernst-von-Siemens Music Prize
 Michael Tippett: King Priam
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 Summer Festivals - Hartmann in focus
 Theodorakis 80
 Karl Amadeus Hartmann: Symphonie Nr.1
 Music and Science
 Musica Viva DVD Edition
 News Peter Maxwell Davies
 Jacques Offenbach: Les Contes d’Hoffmann
 A fresh Start in America
 "An American Tragedy" world premiere at the Met
 Kurt Weill: Symphony No. 1


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 Henze: Pollicino
 Music for young people
 Luigi Nono: Il canto sospeso
 Wolkenstein & Co.
 Historic figures on the opera stage
 Werner Egk: Columbus
 The flying Dutchman
 Complete Editions
 M.-A. Turnage: On Opened Ground
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 La Dolce Vita
 Nino Rota, Bertold Brecht
 Kurt Weill: Der Kuhhandel
 Remember Mozart
 Mozart-Anniversary 2006
 Peter Eötvös: Jet Stream
 Hindemith’s missing piano concerto
 Vocal Music
 Toru Takemitsu: Family Tree







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Work of the Week
On September 29 two composers are brought together in one work: composer and pianist Fazil Say has reconstructed the piano part of Paul Hindemith’s Sonate for violoncello and piano of 1919. Fazil Say’s new version of ...

Kicking off its new season this month, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, under the music direction of Justin Brown, gives a performance of Andrew Norman’s brilliant orchestral showpiece  Unstuck  on September 12. Paired with works by Schubert and Mahler,  Unstuck  receives a repeat ...
On September 13, the Aventa Ensemble presents the world premiere of Gavin Bryars’s latest work for the lyric stage,  Marilyn Forever . Commissioned by Aventa and with a libretto by Marilyn Bowering, the opera is based on aspects of the life of actress Marilyn Monroe. Eivør Pálsdóttir stars ...
Timothy Weiss leads the Oberlin Sinfonietta this month in a performance of Pierre Jalbert’s  Transcendental Windows . Composed in 2000 for David Alan Miller and the Albany Symphony, the piece is comprised of nine continuous sections, each of which is titled after a different aspect or technique ...
The University of California at Berkeley Department of Music hosts Bernard Rands as visiting composer in September. On September 27, Rands presents a colloquium on his music, followed by a performance of his orchestral work  Chains Like the Sea , by the University of California at Berkeley ...
Dolores Claiborne , Tobias Picker’s highly anticipated new opera, receives its world premiere this month at the San Francisco Opera. Based on the novel by Stephen King,  Dolores Claiborne  was commissioned by San Francisco Opera by arrangement with Andrew Welch and features a libretto ...
On September 22, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra presents a portrait concert featuring the music of Xiaogang Ye, including the world premiere of his new cantata,  Twilight of the Himalayas, op. 68 . The program, led by conductor Yongyan Hu, also includes the US premieres of both  The Last ...
OPERA OF OUR TIME This autumn, four operas by our composers will see their World Premières: Gavin Bryars’ chamber opera Marilyn Forever on September 13 in Victoria, Canada; Tobias Picker’s Dolores Claiborne on September 18 in San Fransisco; and in Vienna, Peter Eötvös’ Paradise Reloaded ...
Three Schott composers are among the winners of the 2013 Gramophone Awards. Recordings of music by Henri Dutilleux ( Correspondances, Deutsche Grammophon), György Ligeti and Peter Eötvös ( Bartók/Eötvös/Ligeti Violin Concertos, Naïve) were selected in the Contemporary and Concerto categories respectively. ...
Renowned soprano Anna Prohaska will sing the solo part of Klage  ("Lament") by Toshio Hosokawa, his first composition for soprano and orchestra. The new piece will be premiered at the Salzburg Festival on 25. August with the NHK Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Charles ...
This summer's Festival Messiaen au Pays de la Meije, set in Alpine France, explores contemporary British music alongside works by Messiaen, with Alexander Goehr as a featured composer. The festival was founded in 1998 in a region of France from which Messiaen drew inspiration for many of his works. ...

'Tristan and Isolde' (WP 1865) is one of the greatest love stories ever told. Aside from the legendary ‘Quest for the Holy Grail’ and the ‘Knights of the Round Table’ of King Arthur’s era (of which stories Tristan’s is linked), the tragic union of the two lovers is one of the most frequently ...
As part of the New Music Insight Lectures at the Institute of Musical Research, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies - Schott composer and Master of the Queen's Music - discusses the changing face of 'new' music. Universally acknowledged as one of the foremost composers of our time, Maxwell Davies ...
On October 3, 2013, the international music community celebrates the 90th birthday of renowned composer-conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. The creative output of this accomplished artist includes distinguished orchestral works and an impressive array of chamber compositions.  Skrowaczewski's ...
As composer-in-residence at the 2013 Lucerne Festival, Chaya Czernowin is honored by several orchestral and chamber performances throughout the summer, including two world premieres and a new production of her chamber opera, Pnima… Inwards . At the fringe of our gaze , for orchestra and concertino ...
Bowdoin College’s International Music Festival welcomes Schott composer Kenneth Hesketh as Guest Artist this summer. Hesketh will engage with students of the Bowdoin Festival’s summer study program where the composer will also see performances of his Notte oscura for chamber orchestra and A Land ...
Andrew Norman’s thrilling orchestral work Unstuck makes its way to the west coast this summer for a performance at the Cabrillo Festival led by Marin Alsop. Unstuck opens Cabrillo’s program on August 10, its kinetic energy and swirling soundscape a surefire way to engage audiences in an evening ...
On July 6, the Eastern Music Festival (Greensboro, NC) and Music Director Gerard Schwarz present Robert Beaser’s Ground “O .” Premiered in 2011, Ground “O” was commissioned by the Seattle Symphony as part of its Gund/Simonyi Farewell Commissioning program for Gerard Schwarz’s final season with ...
Fresh off its US premiere performances at Spoleto Festival USA, Toshio Hosokawa’s opera Matsukaze opens at the Lincoln Center Festival on July 18. The Spoleto Festival’s production, directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, travels to Lincoln Center for the New York premiere led by conductor John Kennedy and ...
On 30 June 2013, John Casken’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis will receive its world premiere at Durham Cathedral by organist Francesca Massey and the Durham Cathedral Choir, conducted by James Lancelot. Casken wrote his Mag and Nunc in celebration of the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels ...
Manchester International Festival has announced a special tribute concert to the life and works of composer Steve Martland (1954-2013) on 14 July 2013. Martland, who had been commissioned for the 2015 Festival, had a longstanding relationship with MIF. To honor his achievements in the cutting-edge ...

"… I must have had all kinds of experiences with him about how to be critical in music, which is a very difficult and strange word, because we both were … outspoken… left-wing or even anarchist is probably better. And I think that this is philosophically speaking probably a very difficult ...
Africa, ars subtilior, Nancarrow and fractals: these are far more than mere influences and are in fact affinities which have been inherent in my music since I began developing complex musical structures in the middle of the 1950s. This was György Ligeti’s reflection of his ...
Master of magical narrative power On the occasion of the death of the composer Henri Dutilleux The international music world has lost one of its major figures with the death of Henri Dutilleux. The French composer Henri Dutilleux, born in Angers in 1916, created a personal and distinctive ...
We are delighted to announce that Gerald Barry's The Importance of Being Earnest has won the 2013 RPS Music Award for Large-Scale Composition. Barry's audacious operatic approach to Oscar Wilde's masterpiece triumphantly confounds all expectations. As Barry describes it: 'The play's bones ...
On May 19, the Hoff-Barthelson School presents the premiere of Pierre Jalbert's new work for ensemble, Ultraviolet , in Scarsdale, NY. Performed by Jered McInerney, violin; Emma Berry, clarinet; Issei Herr, cello; Charlotte Hill, piano, the work is performed as part of the school's 24th annual ...
Th­­e 19th annual Canberra International Music Festival features the music of Composer-in-Residence Gavin Bryars, May 10-19. Hosted by the Australian National University School of Music, the festival presents selections from Bryars’s  Second Book of Madrigals  as well as  The Porazzi ...
In anticipation of the composer's 80th birthday year in 2014, performances of Bernard Rands’s music continue to dot this season’s calendar around the country. This month Timothy Weiss leads the Oberlin Sinfonietta in a performance of Rands Concertino for oboe and ensemble, featuring Oberlin faculty ...
In honor of its impending grand opening in 2015, The Opera San Antonio hosts an inaugural gala concert on May 23 at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, featuring performances from Tobias Picker’s An American Tragedy . Tobias Picker, Artistic Director of The Opera San Antonio, has curated a ...
Fresh off his most recent premiere with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Andrew Norman switches coasts this month for the world premiere of his newest orchestral work for the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), conducted by Gil Rose. On May 17, BMOP premieres Play , a new work for chamber ...
We are very sad to announce that Steve Martland, one of the outstanding voices in British music since the mid-eighties, died in his sleep on the night of 6 May 2013.  He was born on 10 October 1959 in Liverpool and studied composition in Holland with Louis Andriessen. His lifetime preoccupation ...

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