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    What is Modernism?

    Modernism is a cultural movement that emerged in the early twentieth century. The turn of the century saw many changes across all areas of...

    Richard Strauss

    Richard Strauss was born in Munich, Germany in 1864. He was a visionary late Romantic composer who bridged the gap between romanticism and modernism.

    Programme Music

    Programme music is a style of composition where the piece tells a story outside of just the musical narrative. Often these works tell new stories or existing tales in literature. Composers also wrote programme music allegorically, telling stories of their own lives through the music.

    Hector Berlioz

    Berlioz was born in December 1803 in south-eastern France. He was a renowned composer of Romantic music most known for his large programmatic symphonies.

    Franz Schubert

    Named the “most poetic musician who ever lived” by none other than Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert represented the great composers who helped to facilitate...

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    In the latest interpretation of Maurice Ravel's "Gaspard de la Nuit" by Yin, performed at a lunchtime concert in the recital hall at Royal...

    Global Musicians’ League International Music Summer School: A Harmonious Success:

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