More than 100 works for orchestra by women composers
With a new catalogue Furore is presenting music for orchestra by women composers from all over the world.
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International competition for women composers
»Emotion for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon and Horn«
Many compositions from all over the world arrived until the deadline. Now the jury will determine the awardees. more informations

In 2019 we celebrate 33 years of Furore with many surprises.
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Two Latin Grammys for our composer
Claudia Montero
Best Classical Contemporary Composition for "Luces y Sombras. Concierto Para Guitarra y Orquesta De Cuerdas"

Wir freuen uns: Renate Matthei ist Preisträgerin der „Stiftung Aufmüpfige Frauen“. Die feierliche Übergabe war am 12.10.2018 in Dortmund.
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Women Composers
Furore is still the only music publisher of its kind, publishing in the region of 2.000 compositions from various epochs by approximately 170 women from Europe, America, Asia and Australia.
Anniversary area
2019: Luise Gregers 75. date of death and many other jubilees
Luise Greger It’s Luise Greger‘s 75. date of death this year. The great composer from Kassel (Germany) wrote more than 100 songs and the fairy tale play “Gänseliesel”. On October 18th to 20th 2019 the 1. International Luise Greger-Festival takes place in Kassel.

Marianna Martines 275. birthday of the composer, singer and cembalist from Vienna. She wrote great music, for example the oratorio “Isacco” and the “Quarta Messa”.

Anna Amalia, Herzogin von Sachsen-Weimar In 2019 we celebrate the 280. birthday of Anna Amalia. She set many of Goethes poems in music. The opera "Erwin und Elmire" is testament to the high level of musical attainment of the composer.

Barbara Strozzi 400. Birthday of one of the most famous female composers of the 17th century from Florence. Arias and madrigals are published at Furore in practical editions.
Product of the week
Sentosa pour piano op. 69
Florentine Mulsant:
Sentosa pour piano op. 69

The work has been composed during a stay on Mauritius island in January 2017. It is dedicated to the pianist Marie – Catherine Girod who is also the commissioner. It is composed of three movements. The first movement, with a melodic and serene character, is composed of three linked elements. The second movement, more melancholic and mysterious, does to listen a theme at the left hand, sustained by tight fourths and fifths. The third movement is based on a polytonality and has a joyful and luminous character. It concludes the work with a beautiful energy.

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