Archive for September 2nd, 2017
This week our panel was made up of old friends! Brian Young from the Poulenc Trio, Ed Goldstein from the Peabody Ragtime and Baltimore Jazz Orchestra and Ernie Green from the Annapolis Chorale and Chamber Orchestra. We loved Yundi’s Beethoven, like Ms. Nagano’s Mozart and enjoyed the Saint Saens. The Berlioz…not so much! Here are […]
Happy Labor Day Weekend! 8:00 PM Hammerstein & Kern Ol’ Man River CBS/Sony 63223 COND Emanuel Balaban ORCH Columbia Concert Orchestra SOLO Paul Robeson, bass-baritone ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:04 PM Giuseppe Verdi Il Trovatore: “Anvil Chorus” London 466075 COND Sir Georg Solti ORCH Chicago Symphony Orchestra SOLO and Chorus ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:08 PM George Gershwin Nice Work If […]
In his new book, due for release by Johns Hopkins University Press later this year, Jason Rudy suggests that the poetry of Victorian-era Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Canada was vitally engaged in the social and political work of settlement in those countries.
8:53 PM Traditional — Song of the Volga Boatmen Conductor: Stanley BlackEnsemble: London Festival Orchestraand ChorusLondon, 452492 8:12 PM Sir Edward Elgar — The Music Makers Opus: 69Conductor: Sir Andrew DavisEnsemble: BBC Symphony OrchestraBBC Symphony ChorusJean Rigby,mezzo-sopranoTeldec, 92374 8:08 PM George Gershwin — Nice Work If You Can Get It Joan Morris, mezzo-sopranoWilliam Bolcom, pianoNonesuch, […]