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Josef Suk – Serenade for strings

Josef Suk – Serenade for strings

A prominent figure in the Czech musical world, Josef Suk was acclaimed by some of the greatest composers of his time like Brahms and Dvořák. His string serenade is to this day one of the audiences’ favorites.

Mozart – Symphony n.36 “Linz”

Mozart – Symphony n.36 “Linz”

A masterpiece written in 4 days: Mozart’s Linz symphony breaks the conventions with the Haffner and sets the tone for his latest symphonies

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Mozart – Don Giovanni Ouverture [ANALYSIS]

Mozart – Don Giovanni Ouverture [ANALYSIS]

Ominous, sparkling, surprising, and most of all ahead of its own time. Find all of this out through this analysis of this Mozart’s masterpiece

El paño moruno
El paño moruno

First song in the cycle Siete canciones populares españolas, with El paño moruno De Falla throws the listener right into the Spanish folksong tradition.

Schumann Symphony n.3
Schumann Symphony n.3

Written just a few years before his death, Schumann’s 3rd symphony is one of his most popular works. 
Here’s a walk through this masterpiece with musical analysis and audio excerpts.

Conducting Pills

A FREE video series with an analysis of structure, phrasing, and, of course, conducting tips of repertoire works: from Mozart to Brahms, from Beethoven to Debussy. A new episode every week!

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