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The essential Raff reference
Regarded in his lifetime as one of the foremost composers of the romantic era, Raff was forgotten for most of the 20th century. Now his reputation is being restored as a new generation of performers and music lovers rediscover him and treasure his music's beauty and vitality.

 
Sterling CDS-1098Sterling CDS-1098

 

What's New?

Two new CDs. From Chandos a new recordings of the Symphony No.2 and the four Shakespeare Preludes, and from Sterling world premiere recordings of religious choral music.

Review of Chandos CHSA 5117
Review of Sterling CDS-1098


Chandos CHSA 5117
Chandos CHSA 5117

 

•News
The lastest updates to the site New and upcoming Recordings
News of forthcoming Concerts
News of newly discovered works

•Listen to the music
15 hours of audio extracts
from many of Raff's works, with
short desriptions of them.

•Shop
The Raff Shop is the place to buy books about Raff. Currently offering 20% Off selected purchases!

•Catalogue
Full Catalogue of all of Raff's
290 works listed both by Date, Opus No. and Genre
•Read about the music
Detailed descriptions of over 60
works and in depth scholarly
analysis
of many of them.
•Recordings
Full CD and LP Discography
CD Recommended recordings
CD Reviews
•Life
Full Biography and Timeline.
Contemporary opinions of Raff.
Raff's Birthplace and Memorials.
•Reviews
Reviews of New CDs.
CD Recommended recordings.
Reviews of recent Concerts.

•Scores & parts
Download scores, find Original editions in libraries and the publishers of new editions.

•Work
Raff's Originality and Influence
His work Habits and role as a
Teacher and Arranger

•Family
Family Background & Nationality.
Raff's Wife and her family.
Raff's Daughter. Family trees.
•Resources
Books, Pictures & Sources.
Midi files & Raff on YouTube.
The Alan Krueck Archive.

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