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Music by American composer Leo Sowerby, known as the “Dean of American Church Musicians,” but not church music! Also, a monumental symphony for organ and orchestra from France. Enjoy, and thanks for listening! 6:00 PM 16307 Leo Sowerby Florida Suite H 197 Albany 226 SOLO Malcolm Halliday,piano 24:21 C 1 4-8 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:30 PM […]
I’m sorry but James Bond is simply wrong on this one! Mary and I discuss why stirring is better!
Pianist, Inon Barnatan, clarinettist, Anthony McGill, and cellist, Alisa Weilerstein are presenting a program of clarinet works by Beethoven, Joseph Hallman, and Brahms on Sunday January 22nd. Here is the Executive Director of the Shriver Hall Concert Series, Catherine Cochran.
People sometimes ask who my favorite composer is, or what my favorite piece of music is. I don’t have a favorite anything, so I tend to go blank when asked these questions. There is simply too much to choose from, especially with classical music. I also tend to be in the moment with music. So, […]
7:00 PM Ennio Morricone Two Mules for Sister Sara: Main Theme Silva 1057 COND Paul Bateman ORCH City of Prague Philharmonic ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7:06 PM Bernard Herrmann Vertigo: Suite CBS/Sony 62700 COND Esa-Pekka Salonen ORCH Los Angeles Philharmonic Winds 11:55 C 1 16-18 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7:19 PM 27791 Erich Wolfgang Korngold The Prince and the Pauper-Suite from […]
Today at 4:30 PM the Choir of St. David’s with music director, Douglas Buchanan will offer their annual Evensong celebrating the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Last year for the MLK celebration they performed excerpts from Judah Adashi’s “Rise,” a civil rights cantata with poetry by Tameka Cage Conley. […]
This week was a really fun show. With the exception of the Dvorak everything was vintage and donated by Dave Donovan! I figured why not use them since Dave isn’t on the panel this week and he has excellent taste! Our panel was Phil Greenfield of The American Record Guide, Tuba Player Ed Goldstein and […]
8:00 PM Traditional He’s Got the Whole World in His Hand RCA/BMG 63306 SOLO Marian Anderson, contralto SOLO Franz Rupp, piano 8:02 PM Aaron Copland Old American Songs CBS/Sony 60899 SOLO William Warfield, baritone SOLO Aaron Copland,piano 8:27 PM Richard Strauss Four Last Songs Philips 4758507 COND Kurt Masur ORCH Gewandhausorchester Leipzig SOLO Jessye Norman, […]
Here are two fabulous whites for Winter both are around $17. The Leitz Dragon Stone and the Clos Le Vigneau Vouvray. Check out our show and listen to us gush about them!
This week Music in Maryland is broadcasting a concert featuring the excellent Modigliani String Quartet. The concert featured the Mozart K. 575, the Brahms first quartet and the Ravel quartet. Here is a copy of the original program and some information about the quartet. http://www.candlelightconcerts.org/modigliani/ To fill we used a recording of Jonathan Leshnoff’s first […]