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The Important Role of Chamber Music in the Private Studio

May 12, 2015, 2:00 PM · This past year, it became clear to me that many of our students were in need of a high level chamber experience to supplement …


The 10 Best Italian Composers: From Monteverdi To Morricone

Philip Glass’ first lessons: Behind the scenes at Juilliard with a soon-to-be modern master

Exclusive: The acclaimed composer’s first stories of John Cage, PDQ Bach and “Einstein on the Beach”<p>The cafeteria at Juilliard was the place to meet people and make new friends. My fellow student composers were all young men—at this point, there were scarcely any women composers around, in or out …

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The 10 best pieces of classical Christmas music

Pop songs give us the happy, party side of Christmas. Bing Crosby and Judy Garland give us the nostalgic side. What does classical Christmas music give us? Nostalgia too, at times, and a cosy sense of gathering round the fire. Carols give us those things too, of course. But in classical music …


What did the great composers get up to at Christmas? We look at some of their letters to find out | Classical

Rating:<p><b>Music is, naturally</b><b>, an important part of Christmas, but did the composers themselves give a figgy pudding about the festive season? JS Bach</b> …

When Christmas carols were banned

During the Puritans’ rule of England, celebrating on 25 December was forbidden. Singing yuletide songs then was a political act, writes Clemency Burton-Hill.<p>When it comes to revolutionary protest songs, what springs to mind? Billie Holliday’s Strange Fruit? Bob Dylan’s Blowin’ In The Wind? Sam …

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Jazz Videos

(Updated July 19, 2015).<p>1. Bill Evans<p>Incredible. The complexity of his melodic improvisations and the, again, sparse use of his left hand make this a …