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Mozart, but not only... A dialogue between traditional, classical and contemporary music
The “Mozart, but not only…” concert, organized on 16 November 2005 to mark the sixtieth anniversary of UNESCO, was one of the greatest and most beautiful moments of that day of commemoration… The concert represented an innovative and exciting approach: musical performances involving live interaction between traditional instruments played by musicians from different cultures, thus emphasizing that dialogue goes beyond words and can thrive in the realm of music. Such concerts give practical expression to a hallmark of UNESCO's Constitution, namely international cooperation. The dialogue between traditional, classical and contemporary music epitomizes the very essence of international cooperation in a field that is not often singled out in this context.
 
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Dialogue among Civilizations
Document Type Brochure
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Format application/pdf
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Author(s) Melodies for Dialogue among Civilizations Association
Publisher UNESCO/BSP
Publication Location Paris
Publication Year 2005
Number of Pages 24 p.
Edition 1st Edition

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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