Julio Medaglia

Works Julio Medaglia was born in São Paulo in 1938. He studied theory and conducting with Hans-Joachim Koellreutter. He continued his studies at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, Germany, and privately with Pierre Boulez, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Sir John Barbirolli, with whom he worked as assistant conductor. After his return to Brazil in 1966, he established Read more about Julio Medaglia[…]

Franz Liszt: works

Grosses Konzertstück für 2 Klaviere (19’) (über Themen aus Mendelssohns „Lieder ohne Worte“) (engraved by Patrick Meadows 2002) 2 pfte. MCH 003801 Grand Galop Chromatique (Bearbeitung von Tamás Sulyok) für Symphonieorchester picc. – – timp.4 perc.hp. – str. 3’39″ MCH 340048 Rhapsodie Hongroise Nr. 16 (Bearbeitung von Tamás Sulyok) für Symphonieorchester picc. – – timp.4 Read more about Franz Liszt: works[…]

Carlos Gomes: works

Biography „O Burrico de Pau“(4’) Arrangement for Wind Quintet of the last movement of the Sonata for Strings (engraved by Patrick Meadows 2005) fl.ob.cl.bsn.cor. MCH 003702 Sonata for Strings (21’) (engraved by Patrick Meadows) str.( MCH 003701

William Wallace Gilchrist

Works William Wallace Gilchrist (1846-1916) was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1846. His family moved to Philadelphia in 1857, and Gilchrist’s musical career centered on that city for the remainder of his life. His father’s merchant business was ruined at the outbreak of the Civil War, and the young Gilchrist had to rely Read more about William Wallace Gilchrist[…]