Afternoon Classical Playlists

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/24/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/17/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

Last week we explored a peculiar question on the connection (if any) a performer has with an instrument. Some performers, according to an interview with Glenn Gould first, make a connection to the instrument presumably the piano, although Gould never stated this in the interview. The second type, he claims and cites Richter as a prime example of this bypasses the mechanical interaction with the instrument instead making what Gould phases as "a direct connect," with the music thus involving the listener with a more intuitive performance, drawing the audience into the score itself.

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/16/2012

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Eric "The Wind" I...

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/10/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

What connection exists, if any, between an artist and his instrument? Music: a symptom of an awoken piano. Music, he feels for not the touch a tone brings to his heart.

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/10/2012

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David Su

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/09/2012

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Marin Fanjoy-Labrenz

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/03/2012

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Mark Micchelli

Afternoon Classical playlist for 08/02/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

Afternoon Classical playlist for 07/26/2012

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Eric "The Wind" I...

Afternoon Classical playlist for 07/20/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

A tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven, Fauré and Liszt taking us through to the Bach portion of the program. Enjoy.