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At Music & Vision we're now sending out a newsletter, approximately once per month, listing the highlights of the previous month's content, including a condensed version of Music Website News. If you'd like to receive this newsletter, simply fill in our contact form, ticking the box marked 'regular e-mail updates' and remembering to supply your name and email address in the relevant boxes. If you have news of any sort for us, please use the same form.

Amoris International

Oboe d'Amore expert Jennifer Paull's organisation Amoris International provides 'original, scholarly publication and recordings for the entire Oboe family of instruments.' A new feature on the Amoris website at is a Notice Board, listing various information gleaned from the world of music. Watch out also for a series called the A-Z of Music, and Kaleidoscope, featuring exciting websites and lists.

Musica Russica

Musica Russica in Massachusetts USA are a good source of Russian and Orthodox music. They import material and purchase discontinued material. Their website is .

Igor Kipnis at Mundo Clasico

The Spanish internet music magazine, Mundo Classico, has just announced an interview with the harpsichordist Igor Kipnis. The article is available in both Spanish and English. Kipnis' own website has recently greatly expanded to include information about his father Alexander Kipnis, various aspects of Igor Kipnis' own performing career, more than 100 photographs and a complete illustrated discography.

Rawsthorne Trust

The Rawsthorne Trust's website contains over 50 pages of information, including biographical information about the composer Alan Rawsthorne, his published works, a discography and a listing of all articles published in The Creel since it was first published.

Ring Cycle literary sources

If you're interested in the background to Wagner's Ring Cycle, it's worth looking at the following URLs, containing English translations of the literary sources:

The future of classical music?

A roundtable discussion about the future of classical music can be seen at the Tower of Babel at .

Copyright © Keith Bramich, May 25th 1999

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