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Rohit hiteshwar 32m
Dear music Thank you for clearing my head, healing my heart and lifting my spirits..
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Music History 17h
in 1822 Debut as concert pianist in Vienna of Franz at the age of 11.
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KO Nov 23
A little “Smooth Criminal” to get your Monday started 🎻
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Pearls of Art Music Nov 29
(1678-1741): Nisi Dominus, RV 608. A sacred cantata (a setting of Psalm 127) from his early period. Sung by Michael Chance countertenor, with Trevor Pinnock leading The English Concert.
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Pearls of Art Music Nov 27
Johann Christian (1735-1782): Magnificat. He wrote it in Milan in 1760. A delightful mixture of early symphony, Italian opera, and stile antico. Michael Schneider conducts the Dresdner Kammerchor and La Stagione Orchestra.
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The Classic Review Nov 30
New review: “London, Circa 1720, Corelli’s Legacy” () – La Rêveuse examines Corelli’s legacy on London’s music scene in 1720, with works by Handel, Babell, Geminiani and Schickhardt. Read the review >>
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Gianluca Piacenza Nov 25
I’m really excited and honored: “I Will Bleed Out My Sorrow” is aired on National Danish Radio P2 show “Natsværmeren” (Host: Katrine Ring) as the program opening! Take a listen here:
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Byron Schenkman & Friends Nov 24
MARK your Calendars for our December concert, "Bach & Baroque Virtuosity" Joyful and amazing works by Vivaldi, Leclair, Bach, Jacquet de la Guerre, and other delights. Sunday, Dec 27th at 7pm Pacific.
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Pearls of Art Music Nov 24
(1685-1750): Concerto for Harpsichord, Two Recorders, and Strings in F Major BWV 1057. His own transcription of Brandenburg Concerto No. 4. Played by Murray Perahia on piano, with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
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Performative_Pod 17h
Episode 16 is out now! 🎙 We spoke to this week’s guest, about his work in community music projects, arts in education and much more 🎶 Listen now through the link below and subscribe through our LinkTree🌳
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Ben Wragg Nov 23
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Pearls of Art Music Nov 26
(1756-1791): Divertimento No. 9 for six winds, KV 240. One of five such sextets he wrote as dinner music for Hieronymus Colloredo, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg. Performed by the Zefiro Baroque Orchestra.
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Mami Shikimori@Pianist 7h
I think Godowsky's transcription of "The Swan" is just gorgeous ❤️
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Music History 7h
in 1956 FP of Leonard 's Candide at Martin Beck Theater NYC
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Young Texas Artists 3h
Congratulations to Allyson Goodman, our 2013 Grand Prize Winner and Gold Medalist in Strings, for this new accomplishment!
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Judy Keeslar Santamaria Nov 26
Heartfelt happy 75th 🥳 & very best wishes for optimum health to John McVie, brilliant bass guitarist of 🙏🏻🥰🎶!
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ChelseaMusicFestival 32m
Join us for 's beautiful piano performances of Schumann, Scriabin, Bach and more Online Originals on YouTube this Thursday at 7:30pm EST! Subscribe to our channel here 👉🏾
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Mari Kotskyy Nov 25
I’d like to share this article of my interview. Thanks for featuring me 😊
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WCNY Nov 30
Rise n' shine! It's time to start a new week and what better way to kick it off than with some ? Tune in with Host Bruce Paulsen this morning from 6-10 on Classic FM
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E.J. Brandon Nov 23
I usually end the day with a mini-disco in my room. Today, it's calm-down time with a bit of Faure's Requiem.
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