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For the past year we have been working hard on a brand new PianoAccompanists.com, and we are please to say that we have finally finished - you are looking at it now! Our new website contains many, many new features, a completely new graphical design, as well as a complete overhaul of the existing features and inner workings of the site.

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  • New Search Facility - We have completely rewritten the search facility so that you have much more control over the results. For instance, if you are interested in finding someone to accompany you on the harpsichord or organ, you need only tick a box and the search results are instantly filtered to include only them. If you are budget conscious, you can set a minimum or maximum fee for the accompanists returned by the search. You can even search specifically for specialists in areas such as contemporary music, musical theatre or jazz. Additionally we have enhanced the 'search by name / keyword' utility to make it easier to find a particular accompanist who you may have worked with before.

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admin on January 07 2010 16:24:12 Post Comment · 0 Comments · 6023 Reads
New Mozart Composition Discovered in Salzburg, Austria
New Mozart Composition

Technically demanding and at times furiously paced, two newly identified Mozart works unveiled Sunday are helping scholars complete their assessment of the maestro's very early achievements.

The childhood creations — an extensive concerto movement and a fragmentary prelude — provide yet more proof the Salzburg native was a true prodigy. And maybe a bit of a showoff.

"We have here the first orchestral movement by the young Mozart — even though the orchestral parts are missing — and therefore it's an extremely important missing link in our understanding of Mozart's development as a young composer," said Ulrich Leisinger, head of research at the International Mozarteum Foundation after a presentation of the pieces in Mozart's native Salzburg.

Mozart, who was born in 1756, began playing the keyboard at age 3 and composing at 5. By the time he died of rheumatic fever on Dec. 5, 1791, he had written more than 600 pieces.

Leisinger said Mozart likely wrote the two newly attributed pieces when he was 7 or 8 years old, with his father, Leopold, transcribing the notes as his son played them at the keyboard.

A series of analyses confirmed the writing as Leopold's; at the time Mozart was not yet versed in musical notation. But Leopold was ruled out as the composer of the pieces based on stylistic scrutiny, the Mozarteum said in a statement.


admin on July 31 2009 14:36:18 Post Comment · 0 Comments · 8162 Reads
Piano Accompanist search available in 32 countries
PianoAccompanists.com is now a truly international website with support for 32 countries worldwide. Full postcode search is available within each of these countries, making it easy to find an accompanist regardless of which corner of the globe you happen to be in. Here is a full list of the countries we now support:

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States.

We hope to add support for even more countries soon!

Admin Personnel on June 01 2008 13:00:47 Post Comment · 1 Comments · 4990 Reads
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