Archive for May 18th, 2014

May. 18 2014

Little’s ‘Soldier Songs’ at Atlas offers strong music, Morrison film, but emotional cliche

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Onstage, the drama of David T. Little’s piece proves unequal to his music.

May. 18 2014

WBJC Choral Hour 5-18-14

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8:00 AM Cesar Franck — Alleluia! Conductor: Nicholas Cleobury Ensemble: King’s College Choir Cambridge Angel/EMI, 57812   8:11 AM Johann Sebastian Bach — Cantata: Jesu, der du meine Seele Conductor: Philippe Herreweghe Ensemble: Orch de la Chapelle Royale La Chapelle Royale Chorus Peter Kooy, bass Ingrid Schmithusen, soprano Charles Brett, counter-tenor Howard Crook, tenor Harm […]

May. 18 2014

His Music, Entwined With His Faith

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Arvo Pärt’s compositions are not only universally spiritual, but specific to the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church, though he prefers to remain vague on that topic.

May. 18 2014

Birds Aren’t the Only Music Amid Nature

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A listing of summer classical music festivals around the country.

May. 18 2014

Playlist: May/18/14

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8:36 PM Johannes Brahms — Clarinet Sonata No. 1 Key: fCatalog No.: 1 Opus: 120James Campbell, clarinetLeonard Hokanson, pianoMarquis, 125 8:00 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Symphony No. 38 Key: DConductor: Sir Charles MackerrasEnsemble: Prague Chamber OrchestraTelarc, 80148 6:34 PM Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach — Concerto Key: B-Flat Ensemble: Concerto ArmonicoMiklos Spanyi, tangent pianoBis, 786 […]

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