Archive for February 4th, 2023
8:00 PM Giacomo Puccini Tosca: “Vissi D’Arte” CBS/Sony 80468 COND Kurt Herbert Adler ORCH Metropolitan Opera Orchestra SOLO Leontyne Price, soprano 8:05 PM Aaron Copland Old American Songs CBS/Sony 60899 SOLO William Warfield, baritone SOLO Aaron Copland,piano 8:32 PM Francis Poulenc Gloria for soprano, chorus, & orchestra DG/Archiv 427304 COND Seiji Ozawa ORCH Boston Symphony […]
2-4-23 Music in Maryland Mendelssohn Fundraiser Thank You!
Why not celebrate Mendelssohn’s birthday and say thank you for all the amazing support we received during our short three day drive! PLAY DATE: Sat, 02/04/2023 6:00 PM 22738 Johann Sebastian Bach Solo Harpsichord Concerto in d BWV 974 (DG/Archiv 4835022 SOLO Vikingur Olafsson, piano 9:58 C 1 30-32 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:11 PM 15882 Felix Mendelssohn […]
The Father of the Underground Railroad on BookNotes
At the start of Black History Month, we honor a towering figure in the abolitionist movement, William Still — not to be confused with the Dean of African American composers, William Grant Still. Historian at Towson University, Andrew K. Diemer, talks about his William Still biography, Vigilance.
8:32 PM Francis Poulenc — Gloria for soprano, chorus, & orchestra Conductor: Seiji OzawaEnsemble: Boston Symphony OrchestraTanglewood Festival ChorusKathleen Battle, sopranoDG/Archiv, 427304 8:05 PM Aaron Copland — Old American Songs William Warfield, baritoneAaron Copland,pianoCBS/Sony, 60899 8:00 PM Giacomo Puccini — Tosca: “Vissi D’Arte” Conductor: Kurt Herbert AdlerEnsemble: Metropolitan Opera OrchestraLeontyne Price, sopranoCBS/Sony, 80468 7:32 PM […]