Glenn Gould and Leonard Bernstein at a piano

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Classics of the Phonograph - August 31, 2019

Glenn Gould

Explore the odd corners of his piano repertory.

Ernest Bloch

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Classics of the Phonograph - August 24, 2019

Ernest Bloch

Learn more about this popular composer of the Mid-20th Century.

Portrait of Carlos Chávez by Carl van Vechten (1937)

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Classics of the Phonograph - August 17, 2019

Mexican Symphonic Music

Enjoy the works of Carlos Chavez.

Stravinsky conducting in 1965

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Classics of the Phonograph - July 27, 2019

Igor Stravinsky

Hear more about his efforts to record his own works in the 1940s.

Portrait of Joseph Haydn

"Joseph Haydn" by Thomas Hardy (1757-circa 1805) - Unknown. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

Classics of the Phonograph - July 20, 2019

String Quartets of Josef Haydn

Follow the 1950s effort to record them all.

Richter in 1966

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Classics of the Phonograph - July 13, 2019

Sviatoslav Richter

“He’s good, but wait until you hear Richter!”

Richard Strauss

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Classics of the Phonograph - July 06, 2019

Alpine Symphony

This is Richard Strauss’ longest and last tone poem. In 22 parts, this work describes a day climbing a mountain in the Alps.

Joseph Flummerfelt conducting

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Classics of the Phonograph - June 29, 2019

The Also Serve

Explore the work of Joseph Flummerfelt, who prepared almost 600 choral performances with the New York Philharmonic.  

Evgeny Kissin at a concert with Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Tel Aviv in 2011.

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Classics of the Phonograph - June 22, 2019

Evgeny Kissin

This Russian pianist has proved to be one of the most brilliant child prodigies of his time.

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