label podcasts

Podcast: Weinberg’s comprehensive keyboard catalogue.

In this week’s podcast, Raymond Bisha introduces a 4-CD collection of the complete piano...

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Podcast: Kastalsky’s Requiem for Fallen Brothers receives a poignant Resurrection.

Alexander Kastalsky’s Requiem for Fallen Brothers was written between 1914 and 1917, during...

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Podcast: Music for wind band by Kenneth Fuchs.

Considering the size of the wind band industry in the United States, the occasion of an...

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Podcast: Peter Breiner’s Slovak Dances, Naughty and Sad

Peter Breiner is one of the world’s most performed composer/arranger/conductors with record...

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Podcast: Music by Hans Rott (1858-1884). A legacy of powerful potential.

No lover of classical music from the Romantic period should miss an opportunity to become...

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Podcast: Found in Translation.

Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds (b. 1977) has demonstrated his versatility by writing...

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Podcast: From elegance to wild abandon. Corelli & Co.

Raymond Bisha introduces a new release of Baroque violin sonatas by 18th-century Italian...

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Podcast: A perfect pitch. JoAnn Falletta, the Buffalo Philharmonic and Naxos.

This month, JoAnn Falletta and the Buffalo Philharmonic celebrate their 21-year association with...

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Podcast: Simply unmissable

Once in a while you hear such incredibly beautiful music for the first time that you just...

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Podcast: Handled with care

George Frideric Handel: impresario, performer, composer. The Great Bear, as he was referred to in...

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Podcast: Bernard Herrmann in the round

Raymond Bisha discusses a release of music by the American composer Bernard Herrmann with Joseph...

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Podcast: Vítězslav Novák. Orchestral Works Vol. 1

Czech composer Vitězslav Novák (1870-1949), who was one of Dvořák’s composition...

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Podcast: Bruckner’s Latin motets. Devotions of distinction.

Choral music formed an important part of Anton Bruckner’s output throughout his career,...

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Podcast: The art and craft of John Adams.

Raymond Bisha introduces a programme of orchestral music by the Pulitzer and Erasmus...

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Podcast: Hit and bliss. Dame Evelyn Glennie performs mallet percussion concertos.

Raymond Bisha introduces a new album of 21st-century mallet percussion concertos performed by...

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Podcast: Orchestral works by Žibouklé Martinaityté – a textural magician.

Raymond Bisha introduces a new album of orchestral works by Žibouklé Martinaityté (b. 1973)....

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Podcast: Villa-Lobos and the art of choral transcription.

Raymond Bisha introduces a new album of choral transcriptions by Brazilian composer Heitor...

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Podcast: Piano music by Aram Il’yich Khachaturian (1903-1978), ‘mouthpiece of the entire Soviet Orient’

Aram Il’yich Khachaturian once described how he “grew up in an atmosphere rich in...

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Podcast: Colour-contrast-surprise. The symphonies of John Abraham Fisher (1744-1806)

Described as having ‘natural genius’, John Abraham Fisher was a significant figure in...

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