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    Playlist: Émigré

    Politics and culture have always had a significant influence on each other. In the 20th century, when dark times broke out unexpectedly, many composers had no other choice but to seek a better life far from their homeland. Take a listen to Émigré playlist, only on Primephonic. 


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    Topics: immigration, Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith

    Playlist: Gifts

    As the gift giving season is upon us, we look at musical gifts composers have written for friends, family, lovers and royalty in our new playlist.


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    Topics: Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, Clara Schumann

    Discovery of the Past

    "Pulcinella was my discovery of the past, the epiphany through which the whole of my late work became possible. It was a backward look, of course – the first of many love affairs in that direction – but it was a look in the mirror, too.” 
    – Igor Stravinsky


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    Topics: Igor Stravinsky, Pulcinella, Neoclassicism

    Aaron Copland: An American Romantic

    It is no exaggeration to state that there is no person more synonymous with the sound of American music than Aaron Copland. Much as Béla Bartók had done in Hungary and Tchaikovsky had done for Russia, Copland revolutionized the European Classical tradition through the lens of his own country’s national experiences, creating a uniquely American branch. 


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    Topics: Aaron Copland, Igor Stravinsky, symphonic jazz

    Composers and the Demon Drink

    Alcohol has long been a popular and socially acceptable drug thanks to its ability to loosen inhibitions and, as Oscar Wilde astutely pointed out, “[when] taken in sufficient quantities, may produce all the effects of drunkenness”. But this indulgence comes at a price.


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    Topics: Alcohol, Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert

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