Archive for August 3rd, 2014

Aug. 03 2014

WBJC Choral Hour 8-03-14

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8:00 AM Johann Sebastian Bach — Magnificat Key: D Conductor: Robert Shaw Ensemble: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Chorus Dawn Upshaw, soprano Penelope Jensen, soprano Marietta Simpson, mezzo-sopran David Gordon, tenor Telarc, 80194   8:27 AM John Rutter — The Falcon Conductor: John Rutter Ensemble: City of London Sinfonia John Scott, organ Cambridge Singers Collegium, […]

Aug. 03 2014

Playlist: Aug/03/14

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8:23 PM Modest Moussorgsky — Pictures at an Exhibition Conductor: Sir Simon RattleEnsemble: Berlin PhilharmonicAngel/EMI, 273 8:00 PM Joseph Haydn — Cello Concerto No. 2 Key: DOpus: 101Conductor: Sir Roger NorringtonEnsemble: Chamber Orchestra of EuropeSteven Isserlis, celloRCA/BMG, 68578 6:31 PM Edward MacDowell — Piano Concerto No. 2 Key: dOpus: 23Conductor: Massimo FrecciaEnsemble: RCA Symphony OrchestraEarl […]

Aug. 03 2014

They Help You Listen With Your Eyes

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Conductors for ballet troupes keep an eye on the action as well as an ear on the music.

Aug. 03 2014

Immortal Beloved

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This biography of Beethoven is also a personal journey through his music and the Enlightenment-era ferment that shaped it.

Aug. 03 2014

A Sound Shaped by Time and Tools

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Ask conductors and musicians, and they’ll single out the Vienna Philharmonic for its unique style, one that has persisted as other orchestras sound more alike. What’s its secret?

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