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Michelle Diehl
Sioux Falls, SD  USA
Born on December 29, 1962.
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About Me
Michelle Diehl (b. 1962, Minneapolis) is a composer who is receiving invitations, commissions and performance opportunities throughout the United States. Equally at home in the solo, symphonic, and chamber music genre, she taps her varied instrumental skills in composing music ranging from tangos to symphonies. A tireless craftsperson, her works embody artisanal attraction to balance and purity. Her works are often lyrically eloquent, rhythmically compelling and appeal on a broad intellectual and emotional spectrum. Ms. Diehl has a rich background as a performer and is a violinist with the Augustana Orchestra. She studied violin with Esther Wentzel and Minnesota Orchestra violinist Ladi Stanisha. When she's not composing original works, she enjoys working on arrangements of the works of the great baroque masters and romantic composers. Her professional affiliations include membership in the International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM), the American Music Center, American Composers Forum and ASCAP. A longtime resident of Minneapolis and Key West, Florida, Ms. Diehl now resides in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
A Dance by Candlelight   Here's my latest tango for string quartet. This tune has a way of getting stuck in your head.

J.S. Bach Minuet in G (in the minor)   This is what happens when you take Bach's simple Minuet in G, transpose it to G minor, and arrange it for two trumpets. https://soundclick.com/share?songid=6382218
Correction ~ It wasn't a Strad afterall ...   That smashed up violin

By Andy McSmith

I have an error to confess. In yesterday's Independent I wrote about David Garrett, the world class violinist who slipped and smashed his instrument, which I described as a "priceless Stradivarius". Actually, it was not made by Antonio Stradivari, but by ...

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Hi, Michelle, thanks for adding me to your network of friends. I really appreciate your brilliant compositions and your lovely photos. Thanks for sharing!
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