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“Silent Night!” – 2OO YEARS “Song of world peace“

THE 2OOTH ANNIVERSARY OF SILENT NIGHT One of the best-known melodies worldwide, it has been called the “song of world peace“. “Silent night, holy night“ is not a folk-song, although it has almost become one. Franz Xaver Gruber (b Hochburg-Ach, 25 December 1787; d Hallein, 7 June 1863), from Upper Austria, worked in the Province of…
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CD Romance Lyrique

CD Romance Lyrique The music of tender affection In music, a romance is a piece free from established forms, poetically evoking romantic tales or human emotions, often with associations in nature. What instrument could lend itself better to such an atmosphere than the cello, with its sonorous depths and lustrous heights? And what more appropriate…
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Mozart’s Flute Quartets

Mozart’s Flute Quartets “Pastoral idylls and flute arias full of vigor” Mozart’s flute quartets performed with the world renowned flute virtuoso Michael Martin Kofler. This recording, made in the Kreuzberg Church in Burglengenfeld with its magnificent acoustics, includes, along with the joyful flute quartets, a debut recording of a beautiful adagio by Mozart. This superb…
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