Archive for September 5th, 2020

Sep. 05 2020

9-5-20 Face The Music Listings

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Face the Music, Host Blogs | No Comments

Here’s a really fun show from the FTM vault! This week our panelists were Phil Greenfield from The American Record Guide, Ace FTM panelist Dave Donovan  and our very own Kati Harrison.  We loved everything and the fact that three out of the four pieces had Canadian content was just an accident…Two from Quebec and […]

Sep. 05 2020

Vocalise 9/05/20

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Vocalise | Comments Off on Vocalise 9/05/20

8:00 PM Charles Gounod Faust: Jewel Song Erato 45797 COND Alain Lombard ORCH Strasbourg Philharmonic Orch SOLO Rhine Opera Chorus SOLO Montserrat Caballe, soprano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:03 PM Roger Quilter Seven Elizabethan Lyrics Op 12 Virgin 91105 SOLO Thomas Allen, baritone SOLO Geoffrey Parsons, piano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:19 PM Johannes Brahms Alto Rhapsody Op 53 DG/Archiv 431261 […]

Sep. 05 2020

Booknotes ventures into a dystopian land

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Booknotes, Host Blogs | No Comments

A global pandemic … a mother and son on the run … a sinister cult of neon nuns.   Award-winning, internationally best-selling South African author, Lauren Beukes, is on her game.    

Sep. 05 2020

Playlist: Sep/05/20

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8:33 PM Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco — Romancero Gitano Conductor: Peter RutenbergEnsemble: Los Angeles Chamber SingersGregory NewtonRCM, 19802 8:19 PM Johannes Brahms — Alto Rhapsody Opus: 53Conductor: Giuseppe SinopoliEnsemble: Czech Philharmonic OrchestraBrigitte Fassbaender,contraltoPrague Philharmonic ChorusDG/Archiv, 431261 8:03 PM Roger Quilter — Seven Elizabethan Lyrics Opus: 12Thomas Allen, baritoneGeoffrey Parsons, pianoVirgin, 91105 8:00 PM Charles Gounod — Faust: […]

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