Best Rachmaninoff podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's ...
 
Public Domain Classics, a podcast bringing you old time phonograph recordings of classical music in the public domain.
 
Podcasts from the San Francisco Symphony and Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas.
 
Kelly and Chris talk to you about classical music whilst making you laugh. AND LEARN. www.ThatClassicalPodcast.com
 
WNYC's Sara Fishko with sound-rich essays on art, culture, music and media - past and present.
 
Illuminating 60-second flights through the world of classical music with host and longtime NPR commentator Miles Hoffman. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
 
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Arts Desk
Weekly
 
Listen to WRTI's Arts Desk features for a daily look into the world of music, arts, and culture. Listen to brief features throughout the day!
 
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On the Keys
Rare
 
On the Keys, produced by South Carolina Public Radio, is about the most versatile of instruments, the piano. But it also features the organ, the harpsichord and most anything that has a keyboard or manual. In this podcast, David Kiser presents contemporary pieces for the piano, highlights forgotten pianists, talks with young musicians, tells musical stories, and sometimes explores the inner-workings of music. CALL TO ACTION: If you have written for the piano and want your work to be consider ...
 
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JAZZ BEAT CAFE
Daily+
 
Explore and discover a cool jazz mind....Commercial Free..non-stop cool
 
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Tone Poem
Monthly
 
Sponsored by MusicalOverture.com, Tone Poem is a series of podcasts of new music, presented by Terry Lowry, with works from the standard repertoire added from time to time. For more, visit www.musicaloverture.com/videos/by/TerryLowry
 
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Conducting Business
Monthly+
 
WQXR looks deeper into the issues affecting the classical music landscape.
 
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Symphonic Podcast
Monthly+
 
Join Bernardo Miethe and Andrew Owen as they unpack information about the world of classical music. Designed for musicians and non-musicians alike, this podcast means to expand the knowledge of classical music to our listeners.
 
Join host Peter Whorf for The PianoForte Salon Series at Columbia College Chicago, a series of live performances centering on the piano, featuring today’s top solo pianists and chamber musicians. The PianoForte Salon Series started in February of 2006 and promotes exceptional artists from around the world.
 
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The inspirational stories of a warrior saint and a depressed composer.www.soundcloud.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.twitter.com/wtadppodcastwww.patreon.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.facebook.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeopleThis podcast uses music from SoundStripe"A Most Sinister Kind" - Dresden, The Flamingo
 
01 13 2019 - Healing Is In Your Hands by Snowmass Chapel
 
01 13 2019 - Cracks by Snowmass Chapel
 
01 13 2019 - Give Them All To Jesus by Snowmass Chapel
 
Long known for its rich singing tradition, Wales has given us numerous superb artists. Heard today will be Geraint Evans, Margaret Price, Bryn Terfel, Gwyneth Jones, Richard Lewis, and David Lloyd. The post Some Singers from Wales appeared first on 98.7WFMT.
 
How myths can help you earn $100k a month.James is absent this week, due to being married. Soon to return!www.soundcloud.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.facebook.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.twitter.com/wtadppodcastwww.patreon.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeople
 
60 years ago, in 1959, Dave Brubeck released one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: Time Out, which played with off-beat time signatures. Our archival piece, Five Four Time, considers unconventional musical time – and its persistent coolness, here in the west. (Produced in 2008)
 
The Overture to Cole Porter’s Anything Goes kicks off 2019. Glynis Johns sings, “Send In the Clowns,” from A Little Night Music, and Bette Midler greets the new year with, “Hello, Dolly!,” amongst much more to be heard in this all-Broadway program. The post American Musical Theater appeared first on 98.7WFMT.…
 
A scientist I know was talking about great works of literature the other day, and she said that what characterized them was the “density of brilliance.” What a wonderful phrase. And how perfect, too, for great works of music. In any five minutes—or any two minutes—of a musical masterpiece, we can find a veritable parade of brilliant ideas. What ...…
 
Despite the persistent rain in New York a few days ago, the usual crowds celebrated New Year's Eve in Times Square, shoulder to shoulder. We are, after all, in this together. When we do things not only together, but in the same key, in the same way, with the same steps, sounds, or movements, it has a particular power. Here is this archival Fish ...…
 
In 1838, ten years after the death of Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann traveled to Vienna, and while he was there he paid a visit to the graves of Schubert and Beethoven. On a whim, Schumann decided to call on Schubert’s brother, Ferdinand, who was living in Vienna, and this turned out to be perhaps the most fortuitous social call in the history ...…
 
Today is the second of January, and on this date in 1881, the Spanish violinist Pablo de Sarasate was in Paris to play the premiere of the Violin Concerto No. 3 by Camille Saint-Saëns.By bradberry@scpublicradio.org (Miles Hoffman).
 
Taking a week off due to the heat death of the universe.
 
Claude Debussy was a great composer, but like many other famous composers, he was also a wonderful writer. He wrote countless articles of music criticism, and his writing was clever, funny, insightful, highly opinionated, and often wickedly caustic. He wrote some of his articles under the pseudonym Monsieur Croche, which in French means “Mr. Ei ...…
 
Many musical works, and many composers, fall into obscurity for very good reasons. My colleagues and I have been known to joke about pieces we call “justly neglected.” It’s a particular pleasure, then, to discover the truly “ un -justly neglected composer or piece.By bradberry@scpublicradio.org (Miles Hoffman).
 
New Year’s Eve and operetta are an unbeatable combination. Strauss, Lehár, and more are heard by artists who know this genre well. They are Fritz Wunderlich, Brigitte Fassbaender, Nicolai Gedda, Anneliese Rothenberger, Simon Keenlyside, and Erica Köth. Shall we waltz? The post A Program for New Year’s Eve appeared first on 98.7WFMT.…
 
I heard two remarkably gifted young musicians play the other day. One was a nineteen-year-old pianist and one a sixteen-year-old violinist. And it was pretty humbling, because when I was nineteen I wasn’t nearly as accomplished as either the nineteen-year-old or the sixteen-year-old. But I didn’t quit when I was nineteen, or even when I was in ...…
 
Few people in history had as much access to the great midcentury jazz musicians as W. Eugene Smith - born 100 years ago this week, on December 30, 1918. The famous LIFE magazine photographer left his home and family in a New York suburb and moved to a rundown loft building on 6th Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan’s Flower District. As Smith pri ...…
 
Robert Franz, who is having a homecoming of sorts, is among the candidates for the Winston-Salem Symphony's search for its next music director. Raised in Davidson, he studied music at North Carolina School of the Arts. He speaks about the concert program, as well as the experience with building partnerships and youth education that he could bri ...…
 
Some years ago I had the privilege of appearing as viola soloist with the United States Marine Band, “the Presidents Own,” and I can tell you it was a great experience. Like the members of the other premier service bands, the bands of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, the Marine Band players are graduates of some of the nation’s top c ...…
 
James and Aaron discover the meaning of life. And boredom.www.soundcloud.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.twitter.com/wtadppodcastwww.facebook.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeoplewww.patreon.com/wetalkaboutdeadpeople
 
We’re always fascinated by abilities that are far beyond the realm of our experiences, or even of our imaginations. Some people can hold their breath for 10 minutes, some can jump four feet off the ground, some can memorize the digits of pi out to thousands of places. And some musicians—actually many musicians, although I’m not one of them—can ...…
 
Nobody knows for certain where the word “carol” comes from. It may come from the Latin, “chorus,” by way of the Greek “khoros,” and both words have to do with dancing in a circle, probably while singing.By bradberry@scpublicradio.org (Miles Hoffman).
 
Today is the birthday of Giovanni Bottesini. Bottesini was born in Crema, Italy, in 1821, and during his lifetime he was the most celebrated double bass virtuoso in the world. His concert tours took him all over Europe, and to Russia, Egypt, Cuba, Mexico, and the United States.By bradberry@scpublicradio.org (Miles Hoffman).
 
12 23 2018 - Traumerei by Snowmass Chapel
 
12 23 2018 - Zigeuner Melodie From Songs My Mother Taught Me by Snowmass Chapel
 
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