I’ll have a hellish day at work.
Sheet music for the current political situation – Isaak Dunayevsky: The Wind of Liberty
Ábrahám Pál, (1892-1960). Hungarian composer. He studied at the Budapest Academy of Music and began as a composer of serious orchestral and chamber music, a cello concerto being performed by the Budapest PO and a string quartet at the 1922 Salzburg Festival. In 1927, however, he was appointed conductor at the Budapest Operetta Theatre, where he was […]
I am very pleased to inform you that my antiquarian music shop’s list of recent acquisitions has been updated today. You will find ’Recent_Acquisitions_01_2014’ with autographs, musical editions and books on music from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Please have a look at the homepage, or you can open it directly here.