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#morninglistening to #violinsonatas by #womencomposers for cello & piano on #Gramola w/#ThomasAlbertusIrnberger & #BarbaraMoser
Corny title, hideous cover photo, shamelessly pandering – but good music gorgeously played!
#AmyBeach #AmandaRöntgenMaier #DoraPejačević (#DoraPejacevic) #paulineviardot #MariaTheresiaParadis
A five-year legal row over the use of The Beach Boys name was settled by two former members of the group. Mike Love had argued he was the only person allowed to perform under the name of the band and sued Al Jardine, whom he claimed was appearing as an unlicensed Beach Boys act. Mr Jardine’s lawyer said “a friendly settlement” had been reached that allowed them to focus on the talent and future of this American iconic band.
#morninglistening to #CarmenBraden’s “Ravens” on @CMCQuebec, ay?!
Music that, frankly, I have no handle on. But then that’s perhaps the point. I’m certainly enchanted. Esp. by the #SmallTownSong.
Not just #classicalmusic: pop & #violin-#piano music interspersed.
#classicalmusiccollection #classicalcdcollection #21stcenturyclassical #21stCenturyMusic #
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January has come and gone. What would have been an otherwise normal month was unfortunately met with the passing of Dolores O’Riordan, member of the band The Cranberries. This band has a particular etching in my memories associated to me being in kindergarten and also being babysat by my aunt, who had this tape in […]
Geoffrey Smith introduces recorded highlights from the career of vibraphonist Gary Burton
Bernd Alois Zimmermann would have been one hundred today. Mark Berry, in the New York Times, has a discerning overview of the great German composer, whose works bear unflinching witness to the darkest of centuries. I wrote about Die Soldaten in 1995 and 2008.