Archive for June 6th, 2020
This week we feature a nice recording of Beethoven’s 7th symphony with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Julien Benichou. Very grateful for the recording. We also have the pleasure of hearing Manuel Barrueco play music by Chick Corea, celebrate Schumann’s upcoming birthday with the Baltimore Symphony, listen to today’s 30 in 30 and enjoy […]
This week the panel is still at home but doing amazing work. Pianist Eva Mengelkoch from Towson University, Musicologist John Gingerich and FTM Panelist Emeritus Dave Donovan did amazing work for us this week. Some great music was heard by all! PLAY DATE: Sat, 06/06/2020 5:00 PM 608 Ludwig van Beethoven Leonore Overture No. 1 […]
8:00 PM Franz Schubert Gretchen am Spinnrade Op 2 D 118 RCA/BMG 63575 SOLO Marian Anderson, contralto SOLO Franz Rupp, piano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:04 PM Aaron Copland Old American Songs CBS/Sony 60899 SOLO William Warfield, baritone SOLO Aaron Copland,piano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:30 PM Samuel Barber Knoxville:Summer of 1915 RCA/BMG 68153 COND Thomas Schippers ORCH New Philharmonia Orchestra […]
In 1632, Galileo Galilei was tried by the Inquisition and found to be “vehemently suspect of heresy” for maintaining that the earth revolved around the sun. Now, Dr. Mario Livio, astrophysicist and best selling author of seven books, has just published Galileo: And the Science Deniers.
8:56 PM Traditional — Balm in Gilead Paul Robeson, bass-baritoneLawrence Brown, pianoCBS/Sony, 63223 8:51 PM Traditional — John Henry Paul Robeson, bass-baritoneLawrence Brown, pianoCBS/Sony, 63223 8:49 PM Traditional — Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Paul Robeson, bass-baritoneLawrence Brown, pianoCBS/Sony, 63223 8:47 PM Traditional — By an’ By Paul Robeson, bass-baritoneLawrence Brown, pianoCBS/Sony, 63223 […]