December 2017

  1. Obscure Music Monday: Winter's Octet

    Peter von Winter (Aug. 28, 1754 - Oct. 27, 1825) as a German composer, predominantly known for his operas, and an important step in the development of German opera. Continue reading →
  2. Obscure Music Monday: Dohnányi's Winterreigen

    Ernő Dohnányi (July 27, 1877 - Feb. 9, 1960) was a Hungarian composer, conductor, and violinist. You might see his name as Ernst von Dohnányi, which is the German form of his name. Continue reading →
  3. Obscure Music Monday: Agnew's Winter Solitude

    Roy Ewing "Robert" Agnew (Aug. 23, 1891 - November 12, 1944) was an Australian composer and pianist, often thought to be one of the best Australian composers of the early 20th century. Continue reading →
  4. Obscure Music Monday: Bax's Winter Waters

    Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax (Nov. 8, 1883 - Oct. 3, 1953) was an English composer, poet, and author. Predominately known for his symphonic work, he also wrote choral music, concertos, chamber pieces, and works for piano. Continue reading →

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