On tonight’s program, music for the Pedal Piano by Robert Schumann, and the first Piano Concerto by Polish pianist and composert Zygmunt Stojowski. Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 PM 20822 Robert Schumann Studie for the Pedal Piano Op 56 ArsProd 38011 SOLO Martin Schmeding, pedal piano 17:34 C 1 1-6 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:23 PM […]
I had a chance to chat with Heather Adlesberger about the final concerts of the season for the St. Louis Concert Series.
Happy Easter! On tonight’s program, music from the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris by their famed organist, Louis Vierne, and a concerto by C.P.E. Bach played on a Tangent Piano. Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 PM 51402 Louis Vierne First Suite of Fantasy Pieces BNL 112742 SOLO Olivier Latry, organ 27:33 C […]
On tonight’s program, a “Battle Symphony” by Beethoven played on a “military ” piano, a “derivative” organ sonata by Elgar, and a Toccata by Respighi. 6:00 PM 73 Ludwig van Beethoven Wellington’s Victory (Battle Symphony) Monument 40503 SOLO Steven Beck, military piano 17:01 C 1 1-2 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:19 PM 47234 Sir Edward Elgar Organ […]
On tonight’s program, organ music by the composer of the famous “Canon,” Johann Pachelbel, and the monumental Piano Concerto No. 5 by Anton Rubenstein. Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 PM 21854 Johann Pachelbel Hexachordum Apollinis:”Aria Tertia” in F Centaur 2353 SOLO Joseph Payne, organ 7:44 C 1 6-6 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:12 PM 8075 Anton […]
I recently spoke with Michol Bobb, with the Notary Public Training Network.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Jim Harp about the latest Maryland Opera offering.
I recently had a chance to talk to the Artistic Director of the St. Louis Concert Series about a few upcoming concerts.
On tonight’s program, Bach, Reger, and “virtual” Bach! Thanks for listening, and enjoy!