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Radio Broadcasts

Post by kh0815 » Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:12 am

57' The Early Glenn Gould (Michael Stegemann) - Westdeutscher Rundfunk - WDR3 Klassik Forum - 19th Dec., 2009, commentaries in German, with some rarities, among them:

- Mozart KV 501 Variations g major 4H (1948, with his teacher Alberto Guerrero - who plays Primo?)
- Weber op.79 Konzertstück f minor (live 3rd June, 1951, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sir Ernest Macmillan)
- Bach JS BWV 988 Excerpts from Goldberg Variations (CBC, 28th Febr., 1954)

-> http://www.mediafire.com/?0y5jim2yqyt

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by FW190 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:54 pm

Hello KH,
GG played the Primo Part, s. attachment.
Thanks for the file.
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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by Paul » Sun Dec 27, 2009 11:28 pm

Dear kh0815

thank you very very much for this Gould recordings. The Weber is one of the last Gould rarities I was looking for.

Paul

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by kh0815 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:25 am

Paul wrote:Dear kh0815, thank you very very much for this Gould recordings. The Weber is one of the last Gould rarities I was looking for. Paul
You're so welcome, Paul! Nice, that they broadcasted it completely - unfortunately a rarity in a radio landscape mostly with bits and pieces (in Germany "NDR Kultur" and so called "Klassikradio", in particular) ...

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by Dax » Sun Oct 10, 2010 11:17 am

These Szymanowski recordings were broadcast by the BBC on 8th November 1965.
They represent John Ogdon at his very best, particularly in the 3rd Sonata.

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1 - L'île des sirènes http://www.sendspace.com/file/gvsn4v
2 - Calypso http://www.sendspace.com/file/jkqp37
3 - Nausicaa http://www.sendspace.com/file/kf38lc

3rd sonata http://www.sendspace.com/file/t22lvi

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by rob » Sun Oct 10, 2010 4:07 pm

Dax wrote:These Szymanowski recordings were broadcast by the BBC on 8th November 1965.
They represent John Ogdon at his very best, particularly in the 3rd Sonata.

Metopes
1 - L'île des sirènes http://www.sendspace.com/file/gvsn4v
2 - Calypso http://www.sendspace.com/file/jkqp37
3 - Nausicaa http://www.sendspace.com/file/kf38lc

3rd sonata http://www.sendspace.com/file/t22lvi
Being a Szymanowski nut and a fan of John Ogdon at his best, thank you.

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by WCosand » Mon Sep 05, 2011 2:04 am

Natalya Shkoda's performance of the Piano Sonata No. 2 by Ukrainian composer Viktor Kosenko from her Centaur CD will be broadcast by the Canadian Radio Station CKWR 85.FM in Ontario tomorrow evening, 5 September. The radio program is called "Women in Music." It begins at 9 pm EST (think New York) and lasts for 2 hours. The Kosenko sonata will be broadcast around 9:45 pm. If interested, you can listen to it on the Internet by going to http://www.ckwr.com and clicking on Listen Live! on the right side.
Happy listening and enjoy your Labor Day!

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by isokani » Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:38 pm

Sorabji - Sequentia cyclica [most of]

Please note the dates May 7 and May 14 in your agendas, for on these dates Sequentia Cyclica, as performed by Jonathan Powell in Glasgow on the 20th of June 2010, will be broadcast!

You can find details at the site: www.concertzender.nl. Go to Programmagids (or, if you select the English version, go to Schedule. The broadcasts are mentioned under May 6 and May 13 in the calender, because De Concertzender considers night-time broadcasts as belonging to the day before. Each broadcast will start at 00:00 (on the 7th and 14th), and lasts till 07:00 (Dutch times!). There is (I hope) the possibillity of 'listen on demand', select the little loudspeaker (this option is only available after the initial broadcasts have been!)

PLEASE NOTE:

On the site the whole of Sequentia Cyclica is mentioned at the time of writing this, but that is incorrect. Since the work is actually a bit longer than the program, cuts had to be made, and have been made by Jonathan. What will be broadcast is the following:

Theme Largo. Legatissimo sempre e nello stile medioevale detto ‘organum’
II. Moderato
III. Legato, soave e liscio
IV. Tranquillo e piano [Chorale prelude]
V. Ardito, focosamente
VIII. Tempo di Valzer con molta fantasia, disinvoltura e eleganza
IX. Capriccioso
X. Il tutto in una sonorità piena, dolce, morbida, calda e voluttuosa
XIII. Aria. Con fantasia e dolcezza
XVI. Punta d’organo
XV. Ispanica
XVI. Marcia funebre
XVII. Soave e dolce
XVIII. Duro, irato, energico
XIX. Quasi Debussy
XX. Spiccato, leggiero
XXI. Legatissimo, dolce e soave
XXII. Passacaglia [with 100 variations]
XXVI. Largamente pomposo e maestoso
XXVII. Fuga quintuplice a due, tre, quattro, cinque e sei voci ed a cinque soggetti.
There may be spoken ‘intervals’ at some points, I do not know that for sure as yet.

Still some 6h10mins!

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Sorabji's 6th Piano Symphony

Post by isokani » Mon Aug 18, 2014 6:50 pm

http://www.concertzender.nl/programmagi ... tail=72730

full broadcast of world premiere performance last October.

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Re: Radio Broadcasts

Post by Caprotti » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:45 am

Thank you for the hint

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