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Welcome to the new site of the Classical Composers Database, whose new name is now Musicalics. At this moment I am still working on getting everything in its place, so there may be some sharp edges here and there. I hope you will enjoy the new look and possibilities.
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The Chopin Museum was reopened on 1 March 2010 on the occasion of the bicentenary of Chopin's birth.
#W The composer Rued Langgaard was organist in this church, which was once the most important of Denmark. There is information available about him.
This library has an important archive of Carl Nielsen.
Statue of Carl Nielsen
Carl Nielsen's Childhood Home is now a museum. It also has occasional chamber music concerts.
The Carl Nielsen Museum is dedicated to Carl Nielsen and to his wife, the sculptor Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen (née Brodersen).
The new royal opera house of Copenhagen.
This interesting old astronomical observatory, built by astronomer Tycho Brahe, provides access to a concert hall. Regular chamber music concerts.
This theater was built in 1908 and restored in 1994. Today, many musicals are being performed here.
Grave of Friedrich Kuhlau
A comprehensive stock of antiquarian printed music and of all musical literature within the classical sphere. A very special field is Scandinavian Music.
Grieg's house was built in 1885, and became a museum in 1925. There are also concerts here.
Headquarters of the Manuel de Falla Foundation
Study center of the Manuel de Falla Archive.
A statue of George Enescu stands in front of the Romanian Athenaeum. This concert hall was opened in 1888. The "George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra is based here. It also hosts the annual George Enescu international music festival.
Interesting museum about Erik Satie in the house where he was born. The museum was opened in 1998, and is very high tech.
There is a memorial tablet on the house.
Grave of Johan Ole Emil Horneman.
Grave of Christian Frederik Emil Horneman.
Graves of jazz musicians Ben Webster, Richard Boone, Ole Nezer, and Kay Sørensen ("Jazz-Kay").