Displaying all posts tagged with symphony

Nicaragua: Luis Abraham Delgadillo, pt. 1

A brief introduction to one of Nicaragua’s famous composers. [Read more after the jump.]

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Curtis Daily Speaks

The principal double bassist of the Portland Baroque Orchestra has a terrific sense of humor. [Read more after the jump.]

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Links: Handel in Charlotte, O’Dette Recital in Rochester, and Baroque Room in St. Paul

Handel used to teach music (North Carolina), a rare Rochester concert appearance for a renowned lutenist (New York), and a new performance space dedicated to Baroque music (Minnesota).

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Video: Beethoven and New York City

Music for one of the most modern and bustling cities in the world. [Watch after the jump.]

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More Links: Méhul Discovery, Next-Wave Baroque, and Bosch Disappointment

Early music links of note. [read more after the jump.]

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Harmonia Podcast #129: Symphonies and Nocturnes by Haydn

Haydn’s music in a new light. [Read more after the jump.]

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