Weekly Podcast of Classical Music from Machaut to Ligeti with an emphasis on Baroque music with Remi Castonguay on the air. This is a LaGuardia Community College Web Radio Show, WLAGCC. The hosts' favorite composer include Bach, Lully, Rameau, Couperin, Mozart, Beethover, Chopin, Haydn, Haendel, Schoenberg, Carter, Schnittke, Tan Dun, and many more!
Leonard Nimoy hosts a 13-part series that celebrates the American Jewish tradition by exploring the extraordinary range of its music. Each program illuminates a major theme reflected in American Jewish music: biblical epics set to music by Kurt Weill and other 20th century masters; Jewish legends in tone poems, film scores and operas; sacred masterpieces and the great cantorial tradition; the joy of klezmer; symphonies and concertos based on Jewish themes; the mysteries of Sephardic music; Holocaust reflections; songs from the Golden Age of Yiddish Theater; and world premieres of recently discovered Jewish compositions by Leonard Bernstein.
"I Think You Will Love This Music Too" Weekly (or so) podcast of Classical music from my personal collection. No intros, no voice-overs, just the music, baby! Podcast episodes are commented in both English and French in our weekly blog at http://itywltmt.blogspot.com/
Carnegie Hall announces Sound Insights, a new podcast on music, music personalities, and, of course, Carnegie Hall. Beginning September 26, a new episode will be issued every two weeks until the end of the concert season. In these podcasts we will bring you artists speaking about their work and their lives, commentaries from people in the know, and much more.
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