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Volume 17 Issue 10 - July/August 2012

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Festival of the SoundJuly 18 to August 12Parry Sound, ON1-866-364-0061www.festivalofthesound.caCWSC – Charles W. Stockey Centre for thePerforming Arts, 2 Bay StreetPSTD – Parry Sound Town Dock, 9 Bay Street(Island Queen Cruise Ship)SJUC – St. James United Church, 24 MaryStreet• July 1 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. Music ofthe Maritimes and Newfoundland. With Endof the Road, east-coast band; guest GlennGreene, vocals/instrumentalist (from Shores ofNewfoundland). PSTD. ; (ages 5 to 12).• July 18 7:30: Gala Opening Concert. Daley:Paradise: A Song of Georgian Bay; works byBach, Mendelssohn, Tavener, Pärt and others.Choir of Trinity College; Stephen Layton, conductor.CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• July 19 7:30: Piano Gala. Schubert: MarchMilitaire No.1 in D D733; Fantasie in f D940;Arensky: Suite No.3 in C Op.33; Benjamin:Jamaican Rhumba; Milhaud: Scaramouche;Samba. James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton, pianoduo. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• July 20 6:00: Gala Fundraising Dinner. MaryLou Fallis, soprano; James Anagnoson and LeslieKinton, piano duo. CWSC. 0.• July 21 12:00: Family Concert. Fiddling bystudents of Strings Across the Sky programfrom Northern Canada. Andrea Hansen, director.CWSC. Free; 3:00: Art Show Opening. Works ofartist Alan Stein. CWSC. Free; 7:30: CanadianBrass. Scheidt: Galliard Battaglia; Bach/Romm: Little Fugue in g; Brahms/Sauer: ChoralePrelude No.10; Staigers/Frackenpohl: Carnivalof Venice; and other works. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• July 22 2:30: Music Scores in the Summer.Roberston/Dault: The Goal; Prokofiev: Peterand the Wolf. Festival Winds; Jim Ferris, narrator.CWSC. Free; 4:00: Afternoon Concert.Brahms: Clarinet Trio in a Op.114; Dvořák: PianoTrio No.3 in f Op.65. James Campbell, clarinet;Gryphon Trio. CWSC. –; –(sr/st); 7:30: Remembering Charles Stockey.Tchaikovsky: String Quartet in B-flat Op.Post.;String Quartet in D; Glinka: String Quartet No.2in F. Borodin String Quartet. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• July 23 7:00: Sunset on the Bay Cruise.Celtic airs, jigs and reels. Sharlene Wallace, celticharp; Anne Lindsay, fiddle; George Koller, bass.PSTD. .• July 24 12:00: Noon at St. James. Handel-Halvorsen: Passacaglia for violin and viola:Dvořák: Drobnosti for two violins and violaOp.75a; Dohnányi: Serenade in C Op.10 for violin,viola and cello. Afiara String Quartet; CeciliaString Quartet. SJUC. ; (sr/st); 7:30:Music for a Summer Evening: Passion ‘n Tune.Songs and tangos by Cohen, Anderson, Costello,de Sela, Gershwin, Piazzolla and others. GryphonTrio; Patricia O’Callaghan, voice. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• July 25 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Corlis: Raven and the First Men; Wijeratne:Karmic Blue; Garland of Gems; Gao Ping: BrightLight and Cloud Shadows for string quartet.James Campbell, clarinet; New Zealand StringQuartet; Afiara String Quartet; Cecilia StringQuartet; Joseph Phillips, double bass; Ed Hanley,tabla; Dinuk Wijeratne, piano. CWSC. ;(sr/st); 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon:42Night Music in the Afternoon. Beethoven: PianoSonata No.14 in c-sharp Op.27 “Moonlight”;Debussy: Claire de Lune; Chopin: Nocturnes:Bartok: Night Music; Smith: Nocturne. JamieParker, piano. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 7:30:Music for a Summer Evening. Beethoven: PianoSonata No.8 in c Op.13 “Pathétique”; Barber:String Quartet in b Op.11; Brahms: PianoQuartet No.2 in A Op.26. Martin Roscoe, piano;New Zealand String Quartet. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• July 26 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Music inspired by Greek myth. Mozetich: Songsof Nymphs; Shafer: The Crown of Ariadne. TomAllen, storyteller; Lori Gemmell, harp. CWSC.; (sr/st); 2:30: Music for a SummerAfternoon. Schubert/Newbould: Sonata in aD821 “Arpeggione”; Beethoven: Piano SonataNo.21 in C Op.53 “Waldstein.” James Campbell,clarinet; Martin Roscoe, piano; Afiara StringQuartet. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 4:00: OpenRehearsal. Coaching of Shostakovich PianoQuintet by pianist Luba Dubinsky. See section D,“The ETCeteras,” under Open Rehearsals; 6:00:Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner chatsabout Canada’s oldest classical music label. Seesection D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Haydn: String Quartet in F Op.77 No.2; Sibelius:String Quartet Op. 56 “Voces Intimae”; Brahms:Viola Quartet in G Op.111. Afiara String Quartet;Cecilia String Quartet. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• July 27 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon:Elvis Everywhere. Wijernate: This way up;R. Brown: Extended Family for guitar andstring quartet; Presley/Brown: Today (HoundDog, Unchained Melody); Daugherty: ElvisEverywhere. Dinuk Wijernate, piano; AfiaraString Quartet; Graham Campbell, guitar; EdHanley, tabla. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 2:00:Music for a Summer Afternoon. Beethoven:Piano Sonata No.17 in d Op.31 No.2 “Tempest”;Shostakovich: Piano Quintet in g Op.57. LubaDubinksy, piano; Martin Roscoe, piano; CeciliaString Quartet. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 7:30:Music for a Summer Evening. Costello: JulietLetters for soprano and string quartet; Bruch:Octet in B-flat Op.Post; Dvořák: Piano QuintetNo.2 in A Op.81. Kerry-Anne Kutz, soprano;Afiara String Quartet, Cecilia String Quartet;Martin Roscoe, piano. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• July 28 7:30: Opera Gala: Prima Donnas,Divas and Divos … this is Opera. Works byRossini, Mozart, Verdi, Puccini, Massenet andBizet. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Gabrielle Prata,mezzo; David Pomeroy, tenor; Peter McGillivray,baritone; Guy Few, trumpet; Leopoldo Erice,piano; Mark Dubois, tenor/host. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• July 29 7:30: Puttin’ on the Ritz. Musicof Ivor Novello and Irving Berlin. KrisztinaSzabó, soprano; Peter Barrett, baritone; PeterTiefenbach, piano. CWSC. . Tea and refreshmentsincluded.• July 30 7:00: Sunset on the Bay Cruise.Climax Jazz Band. PSTD. .• July 31 12:00: Noon at St. James. Bach:Sinfonia in b from Cantata BWV209; Concertoin A BWV1055 for oboe d’amore; CantataBWV202 “Wedding Cantata”; Handel: Concertofor Organ in B-flat Op.4 No.2 HWV290. LeslieFagan, soprano; Suzanne Shulman, flute; JamesMason, oboe; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord;William McArton, organ; Festival Baroque. SJUC.; (sr/st); 2:30: Afternoon at St. James.thewholenote.comS. Summer Festivals Bach: Fantasia and Fugue in g BWV542; excerptsfrom the Cello Suites; Orchestral Suitein b for flute and strings BWV1067; Handel:Sonata for oboe and violin. Suzanne Shulman,flute; James Mason, oboe; Julie Baumgartel,violin; Marc Johnson, cello; Cynthia Hiebert,harpsichord; William McArton, organ; FestivalBaroque. SJUC. ; (sr/st); 7:30: Musicfor a Summer Evening. Guy Few, trumpet;Leslie Fagan, soprano; James Campbell, clarinet;James Mason, oboe; Leopoldo Erice, piano.CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• August 1 12:00: Music for a SummerNoon. Grainger: Fantasy on Gershwin’s OperaPorgy and Bess for two pianos; Chopin: Étudein c Op.25 No.12; Ravel: Mother Goose Suitefor piano duet; Saint-Saëns: Septet in E-flatOp.65. Alexander and Daniel Tselyakov, piano;Guy Few, trumpet; Mark Fewer, violin; JulieBaumgartel, violin; Marc Johnson, cello; JoelQuarrington, double bass. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Clarke: Piano Trio (1921); Arensky: Piano TrioNo.1 in d Op.32. Trio Voce: Patricia Tao, piano;Jasmine Lin, violin; Marina Hoover, cello. CWSC.; (sr/st); 7:30: Music for a SummerEvening. Donizetti: “Mad Scene” from Lucia deLammermoor; Schubert: Shepherd on the Rock;Kurtz: The Last Contrabass in Las Vegas; alsomusic by Bach, Strauss and Cole Porter. CWSC.–; –(sr/st).• August 2 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Schubert, Beethoven, Bach and Newfoundlandfiddling. Kate Bevan-Maker, violin; GrahamCampbell, guitar; John Novacek, piano. CWSC.; (sr/st); 2:30: Music for a SummerAfternoon. Schoenfield: Café Music for violin,cello and piano; musical tribute to StéphaneGrappelli and Django Reinhardt. Mark Fewerand Drew Jurecka, violin; Marc Johnson,cello, John Novacek, piano; The Hot Club ofParry Sound. CWSC. ; (sr/st). 7:30:Music for a Summer Evening. Schubert: ViolinSonata in A D574; Beethoven: Cello Sonatain g Op.5 No.2; Brahms: String Sextet No.1 inB-flat Op.18. Mark Fewer and Jasmine Lin, violin;Steven Dann and Kate Bevan-Baker, viola;Marc Johnson, cello; Joel Quarrington, doublebass: John Novacek, piano. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• August 3 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Viva Mexico Mariachi Band; Drew Jurecka,bandleader. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 2:30: Musicfor a Summer Afternoon. Gyspy pieces. Peterde Sotto, violin; Alexander Sevastian, accordion.CWSC. ; (sr/st); 7:30: Music for aSummer Evening: Violin Party! Dvořák: Nocturnefrom String Quartet in G Op.77; Kreisler:Liebesleid and Liebesfreud; C. Wilson: Tribute to20th-century Jazz Violin; Sarasate: Navarra forviolin, double bass and piano; and other works.Peter de Sotto, Mark Fewer and Drew Jurecka,violin; Marc Johnson, cello; Joel Quarrington,double bass; and others. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• August 4 12:00: Jazz for Families. GrahamCampbell, Roberto Rosenman and Chris Bezant,guitar; Chris Kettlewell, bass. CWSC. Free;7:30: Peter Appleyard: Canada’s Wizard ofthe Vibraphone. Peter Appleyard, jazz vibes;Reg Schwager, guitar; Dave Young, bass; JohnSherwood, piano; Terry Clarke, drums. CWSC.–; –(sr/st). 9:30: Phil Nimmons:Canadian Dean of Jazz. Phil Nimmons, jazz clarinet;James Campbell, clarinet; David Braid,piano. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• August 5 2:30: Music Scores in the Summer.Novacek: Rags; Braid: Spirit Dance; other jazzworks. David Braid and John Novacek, piano;James Campbell, clarinet; Mark Fewer, violin;Joel Quarrington, double bass. CWSC. –;–(sr/st); 7:30: Swing, Swing, Swing.Music of the 1930s and 1940s. Toronto All-StarBand. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• August 6 7:00: Sunset on the Bay: BrazilianNights Cruise. Luanda Jones, vocals; GordSheard, piano; Dave Young, bass; Terry Clarke,drums. Island Queen Cruise Ship. PSTD. .•August 7 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Bach: Partita No.3 in E BWV1006; Debussy:L’isle joyeuse for piano L106; Rachmaninoff:Cello Sonata in g Op.19. Yehonatan Berick, violin;Rachel Mercer, cello; Angela Park, piano.CWSC. ; (sr/st); 7:30: Gelato Magic.Quartetto Gelato performs its Musical Caravan.CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• August 8 12:00: Music for a Summer Noon.Hoffmeister: Quartet No.3 in D; Dragonetti:Quintet No.18 in C; Bottesini: Elegia andAllegretto Capriccio; Koussevitzky: Chansontriste; Valse Miniature; Paganini: Moses Fantasy.Joel Quarrington and Jeffrey Stokes, doublebass; Yehonatan Berick and Elissa Lee, violin;Sharon Wei, viola; Rachel Mercer, cello; GlenMontgomery, piano. CWSC. ; (sr/st);2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon. Reinecke:Trio for piano, oboe and horn in a Op.188;Kelterborn: Moments Musicaux; Brahms: PianoTrio No.2 in C Op.87. James Mason, oboe;James Sommerville, horn; Glen Montgomery,piano; Swiss Piano Trio. CWSC. ; (sr/st);7:30: Music for a Summer Evening. Schubert:Impromptus Op.142; Sonata No.13 in A Op.120D664; Brahms; Piano Quartet No.3 in c Op.60.Janina Fialkowska, piano; Ensemble Made inCanada. CWSC. –• August 9 10:00am: Master Class. JaninaFialkowska coaches young pianists. See sectionD, “The ETCeteras,” under Masterclasses;12:00 Music for a Summer Noon. Juon: Litanyin c-sharp Op.70; Dvořák: String Sextet in AOp.48. Swiss Piano Trio; Anne Robert and ElissaLee, violin; Yehonatan Berick, viola and SharonWei, viola; Paul Marleyn and Rachel Mercer,cello. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 2:30: Music fora Summer Afternoon. Beethoven: Piano SonataNo.23 in f Op.57 “Appasionata”; Dohnányi:Sextet in C Op.37. James Campbell; clarinet;James Sommerville, horn; Anne Robert andElissa Lee, violin; Yehonatan Berick and SharonWei, viola; Paul Marleyn and Rachel Mercer,cello. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 6:00: Pre-ConcertTalk. Discussion of the works of Schubert to beperformed August 9 and 10. See section D, “TheETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30:Music for a Summer Evening. Beethoven: Sonatain G Op.14 No.2; Brahms: Waltzes for piano fourhands Op.39; Mozart: Piano Concerto in A K414;Schubert: String Quartet in d D810 “Death andthe Maiden.” Penderecki String Quartet; JaninaFialkowska, Glen Montgomery and StephenNguyen, piano; and others. CWSC. –;–(sr/st).• August 10 10:00am: Mozart in the Morning.Talk and performance of Mozart’s PianoQuartet in E-flat K493. Jeffrey Stokes, lecturer;Ensemble Made in Canada. CWSC. Free; 12:00:Music for a Summer Noon. Mozart: Serenadefor Winds in c K388; Schubert: Piano Sonata inG D894 “Fantasie.” Janina Fialkowska; FestivalWinds. CWSC. ; (sr/st); 2:30: Music fora Summer Afternoon. Rachmaninoff: Trio élégiaque;Schubert: Piano Trio in B-flat D898.Trio Hochelaga: Stéphane Lemelin, piano; AnneRobert, violin; Paul Marleyn, cello. CWSC. ;(sr/st); 6:00: Conversations with Keith. Seesection D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.July 1 – September 7, 2012

Music inspired by Shakespeare and the KingJames Bible. Vaughan Williams: Serenade toMusic; Whitacre: When David Heard; Willan: OurLady Motets; Freedman: Three ShakespeareSongs; Ellington/DiNovi: Such SweetThunder; Shearing: Music to Hear – Songsfrom Shakespeare. Elmer Iseler Singers; R.H.Thomson, narrator; Gene DiNovi, piano; DaveYoung, bass; Lydia Adams, conductor. CWSC.–; –(sr/st).• August 11 12:00: Family Concert. Shortpiano recital suitable for a family audience.Gordon Mok and Stephen Nguyen, piano;Glen Montgomery, host. CWSC. Free; 4:00:Roundtable Discussion: the role of festivals incommunity life. See section D, “The ETCeteras,”under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30: Music for aSummer Evening. Bach: Double Concerto in dfor two violins BWV1043; Dvořák: Serenade ind Op.44; Mozart: Symphony No.40 in g K550.Moshe Hammer and Yehonatan Berick, violin;Festival Chamber Orchestra; James Sommerville,conductor. CWSC. –; –(sr/st).• August 12 1:00: The Grand Finale.Anagnoson and Kinton, piano duo; CarolynMaule, piano; Russell Braun, baritone; DenisBrott, cello; Glen Montgomery, piano; MarkFewer, violin; Leslie Fagan, soprano; and manyothers. CWSC. Free.Forest FestivalAugust 15 to August 19Haliburton, ON705-754-2198www.theforestfestival.comGlimmerglass FestivalJuly 7 to August 25Cooperstown, NY, USA607-547-2255www.glimmerglass.orgGoderich Celtic Roots FestivalAugust 10 to August 12Lion’s Harbour Park, Goderich, ON519-524-8221www.celticfestival.caAll concerts at Lion’s Harbour Park, 168 WestStreet, Goderich, ON.Day Passes: to (depending on day).Weekend Passes: (adults); (seniors/youth).• August 10 – Mainstage I:5:00: Huron Harp School; 5:45: Brian Pickelland Shane Cook; 6:30: Opening Ceremonies;7:15: Christina Smith and Jean Hewson; 8:00:Raz de Maree; 8:45: Eileen McGann; 9:30: KimRobertson and Sharlene Wallace; 10:15: TheOnce; 11:00: Comas.• August 10 – Mainstage II:12:00 noon to 3:00: Celtic College and KidsCamp Showcase; 3:45: Donna Hebert; 4:30:North Atlantic Drift; 5:15: Cupola; 6:00: SeanKeane; 6:45: Cupola.• August 11 – Mainstage I:5:00: North Atlantic Drift; 5:45: Donna Hebert;6:30: Solid Clarity; 7:15: Sean Keane; 8:00:Qristina and Quinn Bachand; 8:45: Hilary Jamesand Simon Mayor; 9:30: Kruger Brothers;10:15: Tannahill Weavers; 11:00: Genticorum.• August 11 – Mainstage II:11:00: Local Talent Open Mic; 12:00 noon:Brian Pickell and Shane Cook; 12:45: KimRobertson and Sharlene Wallace; 1:30: GalaxieShowcase (to be determined); 3:45: Founders;4:30: RUNA; 5:15: Brian McNeill; 6:00: NiamhNi Charra; 6:45: Poor Angus.• August 12 – Mainstage I:5:00: Melisande; 5:45: Poor Angus; 6:30:July 1 – September 7, 2012RUNA; 7:15: Cupola; 8:00: Niamh Ni Charra;8:45: Brian McNeill; 9:30: Closing Ceremonies.• August 12 – Mainstage II:11:00: Tony Doherty and Friends; 12:00 noon:Sideliners; 12:45: Genticorum; 1:30: SolidClarity; 2:15: Christina Smith and Jean Hewson;3:00: Tannahill Weavers; 3:45: Hilary Jamesand Simon Mayor; 4:30: Eileen McGann; 5:15:Comas; 6:00: Raz de Maree; 6:45: The Once.Guelph Jazz FestivalSeptember 5 to September 9Guelph, ON519-763-4952www.guelphjazzfestival.comHarbourfront Centre FestivalsJune 22 to October 8Toronto,• See daily listings, section A: Concerts in theGTA.Highlands Opera StudioAugust 2 to August 30Haliburton, ON705-457-9933www.highlandsoperastudio.comSGAC –St. George’s Anglican Church Haliburton,122 Highland StreetNLPAP – Northern Lights Performing ArtsPavilion, 5358 County Road 21.• August 2 8:00: Masterclass. SGAC. Bydonation.• August 3 8:00: Masterclass. SGAC. Bydonation.• August 4 8:00: Masterclass. SGAC. Bydonation.• August 8 8:00: Operatic Excerpts Concert 1:The Passion of Italian Opera. SGAC. .• August 11 8:00: Fundraising Concert: RichardMargison and Friends. Richard Margison, tenor.NLPAP. .• August 13 8:00: Operatic Excerpts Concert2: Selections from the Vocal Repertoire. SGAC..• August 15 8:00: Operatic Excerpts Concert3. Location TBA. .• August 17 8:00: Carmen. Krista de Silva,mezzo (Carmen); Lucia Cesaroni, soprano(Micaela); Riccardo Ianello, tenor (Don Jose);Nathan Keoughan, bass (Escamillio). NLPAP.. Also Aug 19(mat) and 21.• August 19 2:00: Carmen. See Aug 17.• August 21 8:00: Carmen. See Aug 17.• August 26 2:00: The Magic Flute. Lisa DiMaria, soprano (Pamina); Rob Clark, tenor(Tamino); Teiya Kasahara, soprano (Queen of theNight); Andrew Love, baritone (Papageno); LesleyBouza, soprano (Papagena); and others. NLPAP.. Also Aug 28(eve) and 30(eve).• August 28 8:00: The Magic Flute.See Aug 26.• August 30 8:00: The Magic Flute.See Aug 26.Home County Music & Art FestivalJuly 20 to July 22Victoria Park, London, ON519-432-4310www.homecounty.caHuntsville Festival of the ArtsJuly 6 to August 22Huntsville, ON705-789-4975www.huntsvillefestival.on.caAll concerts at 8pm, at the Algonquin Theatre,thewholenote.comON THE ROAD continued from page 40BEATRIZ BOIZÁN, PIANIST“Arduously preparing for my debut recital inLondon (UK) at St. James Piccadilly this October.I will be performing a recital of entirelySpanish and Latin American Music. I am passionateabout showing the range of this music:its fire, its elegance, its architecture, its lyricism,its passion, its longing, its introspectionand its pain, which all together add up to greatdepth, a word Spanish and Latin Americanmusic is not generally related to. I am trying to change that, same wayGlenn Gould changed how people thought about Bach.”!!WEBSITE: beatrizboizan.comFACEBOOK: Beatriz Boizán – Concert PianistLAURIE EVAN FRASER, ARTISTIC DIRECTORFounding artistic director of the UpperCanada Choristers.“I love attending concerts at the Festival ofthe Sound. One that I am especially lookingforward to features the New Zealand StringQuartet and James Campbell playing a wonderful,evocative work entitled Raven andthe First Men, by British Columbia composerTimothy Corlis … finishing work on a ChristmasCD (El Nacimiento) we started recording last summer. We’re in fairlyintense rehearsals right now leading up to our recording date, and Ilove the whole process!”!!WEBSITE: uppercanadachoristers.orgFACEBOOK: Upper Canada ChoristersSHANNON MERCER, SOPRANO“Soprano soloist in Bach’s B Minor Mass withthe Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional at the beautifulPalacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City … Torontofor July … looking forward to trying to goto the Rex on Queen and listen to some jazz.I’ll also try to catch a production of a premieringcontemporary opera in Postdam, Germanywhile I’m there doing a concert … performingin the Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci inGermany with Ensemble Caprice from Montreal …!!WEBSITE: shannonmercer.comPATRICIA WRIGHT, DIRECTOR OF MUSICDirector of music and organist ofMetropolitan United Church, Toronto,U of T Faculty of Music, RCCO.“Packing for our two-week study tour oforgans of Southern Germany, Austria andPrague … a group of 18 will visit and play 15organs from Munich through Southern Germany,to Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, Dresdenand then Leipzig. Besides visiting Bach’schurch (St. Thomas in Leipzig), we will play an organ in Naumburgwhich Bach knew and ‘approved.’ Our final instrument is the organ inMerseburg for which Franz Liszt wrote his organ music …MUSICIANS, CONCERT PRESENTERS ANDMUSIC LOVERS: DO YOU TWEET?Follow us @thewholenote and share your summer musicfestival experience by using the hashtag #WNontheroad.43YVONNE GOLDBERGSTEVE BANNERMANDARCY GLIONNA

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