Beethoven 2020 – The Menu

Have you ever wondered which works of the UMPC catalogues are great matches for Beethoven – or are even influenced by his work? Well, we did – so we put together this little guide. Buon appetito!

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Fabien Lévy – A Portrait

In our current globalized world, with music effortlessly available from almost every country, the most compelling musical identities transcend national borders. Fabien Lévy represents a model of today’s international composer both in his life and his compositional œuvre.

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Gioachino Rossini: Adina

Composed in 1818, Adina was left to languish some years until its premiere in 1826 in Lisbon, with a single performance in that city remaining virtually the only one on record until the opera's revival in 1963. 
The present vocal score is based on the critical edition of the orchestral full score prepared by Fabrizio Della Seta and published by the Fondazione Rossini of Pesaro in collaboration with Casa Ricordi.
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Fujikura: new orchestra work Glorious Clouds

Out of his fascination with microorganisms and inspired by their world, Dai Fujikura has created a new work for orchestra in which free-floating sounds awaken the impression of microbes flying about – the work itself becomes a “microorganism orchestra”, as Fujikura describes it. 
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Enno Poppe's Rundfunk on tour

Enno Poppe’s new work Rundfunk for nine synthesizers is a declaration of love to the medium of radio, which, as the birthplace of electronically generated sounds, had a decisive influence on New Music in its present form.
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Tutino: Falscher Verrat in Kiel

Marco Tutino’s Falscher Verrat (False Betrayal) will be premiered in Kiel on November 3 (with repeat performances through March 16, 2019). 
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