Stanford musicologist Albert Cohen dies at 90

Stanford musicologist Albert Cohen dies at 90

Cohen was distinguished internationally as a theorist and musicologist. His major research specialties were the history of music theory and French music in the 17th and 18th centuries ...
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Stanford University
Published:
January 13, 2020
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Windows smashed at renowned Bach church in Leipzig

Police are investigating after 25 panes of glass were smashed at a world-famous church in the eastern German city of Leipzig. Police are looking for a suspect, and the church ...
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Deutsche Welle
Published:
January 2, 2020
After a Decade, a Monteverdi Masterpiece Flies Free

After a Decade, a Monteverdi Masterpiece Flies Free

Jolle Greenleaf and Tenet bid farewell to their Green Mountain Project, devoted to the 1610 Vespers, with conductorless performances ...
Source:
The New York Times
Published:
December 27, 2019
Masaaki Suzuki — on a mission to spread the gospel of baroque

Masaaki Suzuki — on a mission to spread the gospel of baroque

As Japan gears up for 2020’s Cultural Olympiad, its leading conductor is taking Bach beyond borders ...
Source:
Financial Times
Published:
December 27, 2019
Performing the Keyboard Works of William Byrd

Performing the Keyboard Works of William Byrd

Desmond Hunter discusses performance practice in the keyboard works of William Byrd and his new edition of the Fantasias, published by Bärenreiter, in this interview with Vox Humana Associate Editor ...
Source:
Vox Humana Journal
Published:
December 29, 2019

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