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2014. Jacobs, Paul. "Stravinsky: Music for Four Hands. Paul Jacobs & Ursula Oppens". Arbiter Records. Retrieved 27 March 2014. Stravinsky, Igor (1958)
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2014. Jacobs, Paul. "Stravinsky: Music for Four Hands. Paul Jacobs & Ursula Oppens (Liner Notes)". Arbiter Records. Retrieved 27 March 2014. Five Easy
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Retrieved 9 January 2017. "Stravinsky: Music for Four Hands. Paul Jacobs & Ursula Oppens | Arbiter of Cultural Traditions". arbiterrecords.org. Retrieved 9 January
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her Doctorate from The Graduate Center at CUNY where she worked with Ursula Oppens and Richard Goode. Lee gave her New York debut recital at Lincoln Center's
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Quintet, ‘Tableau Funebres’” by Claude Baker, premiered March 2003 with Ursula Oppens, commissioned by Louisville Chamber Music Society. Julia Hemphill: “One
Amy Williams (composer) (1,476 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Here and Now Series Offers Winter Festival "The formidable pianist Ursula Oppens then asked the poet Brian Philip Katz to read “Falling,” his poem that
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of Music, featuring violinist Joshua Bell, pianists Fred Hersch and Ursula Oppens, dancer/choreographer Bill T. Jones, bassist Edgar Meyer, the Orion
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is now in the company of musicians who have become household names…Ursula Oppens, Richard Stoltzman, Joshua Bell, Hillary Hahn, Yuja Wang, and many others