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Best Vivaldi podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Vivaldi podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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60 minutes of Vivaldi, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
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Vivaldi Real Estate
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investimenti a New York
 
Join award-winning composer Max Richter, celebrated British violinist Daniel Hope, and Ensemble LPR as they discuss the recomposing process for Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons." The recording is part of Deutsche Grammophon's Recomposed series that's bringing classical music to a wider audience. Then hear the group perform an excerpt from this exciting new recording.
 
Join award-winning composer Max Richter, celebrated British violinist Daniel Hope, and Ensemble LPR as they discuss the recomposing process for Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons." The recording is part of Deutsche Grammophon's Recomposed series that's bringing classical music to a wider audience. Then hear the group perform an excerpt from this exciting new recording.
 
60 minutes of Philharmonia Baroque and its Musicians, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
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Classical Music Free
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We provide Classical Music for Free. Various composers. J. S. Bach, G. F. Handel, Beethoven, Haydn, Vivaldi, etc. © 2012 Shiloh Worship Music COPY FREELY;This Music is copyrighted to prevent misuse, however,permission is granted for non-commercial copying-Radio play permitted-Www.ShilohWorshipMusic.com
 
You’ll love Open Rehearsal in London! This exciting programme of events, running from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October '06, will enable you to sample the world-class music, theatre and dance that London offers - for free. If you’ve never set foot inside a concert hall, or you’d like a bit of inspiration about what to do, here’s a cut-out-and-keep A to Z guide to classical music and the Open Rehearsal weekend. For more information, visit www.openrehearsal.co.uk
 
Interviews with classical musicians and music enthusiasts.
 
Kelly, Sascha and Chris talk to you about classical music whilst making you laugh. AND LEARN. www.ThatClassicalPodcast.com
 
John Banther takes classical music fans behind the scenes with interviews, deep dives, and analysis. Episodes released bi-weekly on Tuesdays. Produced by Classical WETA in Washington, D.C.
 
A monthly web-only feature, podcasting performances by New Zealand artists.
 
Award-winning British composer, Max Richter talks about the unique combination of influences, sounds and approaches with which he “Recomposed” Vivaldi’s classic The Four Seasons and about the Vivaldi’s Four Seasons iPad App at the Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm.
 
60 minutes of Cello, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
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All Those Notes
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As youngsters, they learned to play an instrument and some became better at it than others. Those who kept at it often made it a career and became famous as musicians, mentors and teachers. Some of them took their skills and special talent in a different direction. Hear how composers turn historical events, people, places and adventure into All Those Notes with Shari Barbour. Shari holds a Master of Music degree from James Madison University and has served on the faculties of several college ...
 
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SavvyChic Home
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Express your stylishly Chic self in your home on a savvy budget. This podcast is for Doti-yourselfers and decorating enthusiasts who are looking for guidance and ideas to creating a chic and stylish home.
 
Em cerca de 15 minutos, música clássica e um toque de outros gêneros por Heloisa Fischer
 
Podcasts from the Academy of Ancient Music
 
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Handel's Messiah is one of the more common pieces you'll hear in concert halls during the holiday season. But did you know it was meant for an entirely different holiday? James Jacobs joins me as we explore Messiah, from it's origins to modern day performances with musical examples.
 
Your free classical podcast this month is Max Bruch's Violin Concerto in G minor played by James Ehnes and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Giordano Bellincampi.
 
Your free classical podcast this month is Max Bruch's Violin Concerto in G minor played by James Ehnes and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Giordano Bellincampi.
 
A lively dance for couples and that's not all.
 
It’s more than an overture, it breaks the rules of a symphony, and can have musical depictions to the extreme. The Symphonic Poem was popular in the mid-1800s to the 1930s and brought to life in grand romantic gestures, the world around us. In this episode, we talk about its humble origins to the master of the genre, Richard Strauss, and it’s e ...…
 
His music expresses faith, heritage and love of country.
 
Most people who play period instruments like viola da gamba and baroque violin start their training using the modern versions of those instruments and ultimately stumble onto their Baroque ancestors. Usually they are adults, often training as musicians in college or working as professionals. But thanks to a unique and groundbreaking program fou ...…
 
THEY CAME, THEY COMPOSED, THEY CONQUERED. Yes, in this INCREDIBLY ladylike episode of That Classical Podcast, we discuss the women who shook-up the classical world, and wrote some extraordinary music. Enjoy! And you can find all of the pieces used in our episodes in our Spotify playlist here
 
Sheet music can look confusing to the non-musician with all the notes, squiggles and instructions in different languages. Reading this sheet music becomes second nature with practice. But, just playing what’s written on the page is only a fraction of what musicians do to bring the music to life. Liz talks about how these written instructions ar ...…
 
November's classical podcast brings two highlights from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's 2019 Baroque Series concert called The Night.
 
November's classical podcast brings two highlights from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's 2019 Baroque Series concert called The Night.
 
Alistair Coleman was inspired by paintings of On Kawara on display at the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, MD. The artwork is a series of "date paintings" that were created on the days of the Apollo 11 launch, moon landing, and return journey. In this episode, the Abeo Quartet performs this new work by Coleman, Moonshot, commissioned by the Glensto ...…
 
TIMES ARE A-CHANGIN' HERE AT THAT CLASSICAL PODCAST. Find out how, why and who in this freshly-squeezed new episode. Enjoy!
 
Kian has toured extensively around the world as a soloist and chamber musician with conductor Daniel Barenboim. He talks about his experience with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, an ensemble that brings together Isreali, Palestinian, and other Arab musicians to work together in music. In his experience with Maestro Barenboim, Kian has learned ...…
 
One of the most famous and innovative of all Baroque composers.
 
From its humble origins of occupying a small part of operas, to hour long works that can feature hundreds of musicians, the symphony can be hard to define. Bill Bukowski joins me as we explore its development up to Beethoven. Along the way we find elements of Jazz, fireworks, jokes, and more.
 
Poetry, falling on the ice, and summer storms, there is so much to hear and discover in Antonio Vivaldi’s masterpiece, The Four Seasons. In this episode, we get into the details on how Vivaldi uses strings to depict animals likes gnats and a barking dog, a crackling fire, and even chattering teeth. Listening to this work at times is also like w ...…
 
Chamber music is exploding in the United States, and one musician at the forefront is pianist Wu Han. She’s an internationally recognized musician and cultural entrepreneur. She also might be the busiest musician in the United States. I sat down with her and talked about how she runs multiple music programs here and abroad, maintains an intense ...…
 
Alistair Coleman is an award-winning and internationally recognized young composer from Washington, DC. Still a student at Juilliard, he is the youngest composer published by Schirmer, and his music is performed by renowned artists and orchestras like Zuill Bailey, and musicians from the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Or ...…
 
Songwriter, musician and film score composer.
 
A glimpse at our first 3 episodes launching September 10.
 
Most of these piano pieces were intended for his own use.
 
For more than 15 years, the Naive recording label has been releasing performances of a huge collection of autograph manuscripts by Antonio Vivaldi contained in an archive in Turin, Italy. The extensive and varied contents illuminate the extent of Vivaldi's prolific and creative genius - an extraordinary cross-section of concertos, operas, and s ...…
 
He believed everyone possesses basic musicality.
 
This "one-hit wonder" wrote over 500 pieces of music.
 
Composer of more than 200 works for the stage.
 
He wrote more notes than Handel and Bach combined.
 
WHOEVER SAID CLASSICAL MUSIC WAS BORING, WE'VE GOT THREE WORDS FOR YOU: NAKED OPERA SINGERS. This episode, we're re-opening our mysterious box of Modern Classical Music, and it's filled with ancient history, rubber duckies, big Gavs and small loin cloths... and also biscuits. Enjoy!
 
The greatest cellist of the Classical era.
 
Composer, pianist and music critic who achieved the ultimate goal of art.
 
Free Music creator and prominent in the revival of British Folk Music.
 
Musical counterpart to Impressionist painters.
 
One of the 18th century's most important figures in the development of Classical music.
 
FOR NEVER WAS A STORY OF MORE WOE... THAN THIS OF STABBING YOUR FOOT WITH A SHARP STICK, FO SHO. Today we discuss two small but wonderful fish in one of our favourite musical ponds (beginning with "B", and ending with "aroque"). Enjoy!
 
His music is among the most popular of the 20th century.
 
DOOT DOOOOOT yes we're back with another orchestral watcha-ma-call-it, and today it's BRASS. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a one way ticket to brass-town, via dodgy names for the trombone, dancing princesses, and advanced seed-spitting techniques.
 
The last of the great Classical composers.
 
Viola da gamba player Patricia Halverson, baroque violinist Andrew Fouts, and theorbo and baroque guitar player Scott Pauley are the core members of the Pittsburgh-based group Chatham Baroque. The ensemble specializes in innovative programming of both well-known and lesser known baroque music and musicians, and they promote their work through a ...…
 
High-quality compositions preserve musical traditions.
 
Richard Egarr is an internationally renowned harpsichordist, organist, conductor and baroque music expert. Since 2006 he has been Music Director of the Academy of Ancient Music, founded by Christopher Hogwood in the 1970s. Now he has signed a five-year contract to serve as music director for another prestigious early music group. Suzanne spoke ...…
 
In the right place - at the wrong time.
 
Restorer of Italy's instrumental music.
 
CHRISTMAS WOULDN'T BE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT A TRADITIONAL "BUM-PINCH" [AND AN ILLEGAL MINCE PIE] ... YES it's time once again for our annual festive episode, featuring a seasonal smattering of Christmas facts in and amongst some classical yuletide bangers. P.S. Thank you thank you thank you for supporting us through another year of learning, singin ...…
 
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