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March 29 2011

03:21

Our flamenco - A memory of Juan de Arcos - 03/22/1911

Nuestro Flamenco – Classical Radio – Presented by José María Velázquez-Gaztelu 'Our flamenco ', directed by renowned flamenco and researcher José María Velásquez Gaztelu, also responsible for the TVE series' Rito y Geografía del Cante and dance', has been on the air more than two decades. Have gone into space all the great figures of flamenco: Paco de Lucia, Jose Menese, Enrique Morente, Carmen Linares coat and, among many others. In your archive have been recorded the voices of teachers and missing, such as Juan Varea and Rafael Romero El Gallina. "Our flamenco 'has a large and unconditional audience that actively participates in space. The program consists of several sections: interviews, writing paper Flamenco (mailbox listener), historical recordings, inspired flamenco (music inspired or suggested by the Flemish) and Poets and flamenco. The singing of Juan de Arcos in their styles more significant. The above is the Google translation from Spanish to English. The show is spoken in Spanish, but the music is all pure flamenco featuring Paco de Lucia and a tribute to Juan de Arcos who passed away October 2010. http://www.rtve.es/podcast/radio-clasica/nuestro-flamenco/

March 04 2011

17:54

Telling Stories - #01 - Pilot

Welcome to Telling Stories: music and essays. We normally just go by Telling Stories, and we’re a troupe of professional classical musicians and writers who are working to make music and literature a little more fun. http://www.tellingstoriesmusic.org/?page_id=9

January 01 2011

01:02

Sibelius' 5th Symphony: A Song For Swans

In his diary, Sibelius noted the inspiration for the grand theme in his Fifth Symphony: "Today I saw 16 swans. God, what beauty! They circled over me for a long time. Disappeared into the solar haze like a silver ribbon."

October 08 2010

02:27

The Stirring Music of Mahler

We look at the complex life and stirring music of Gustav Mahler, 150 years after his birth.

September 16 2010

16:14

Mondo Diablo Episode 272 is Bacchanalia Part IV: The Death of Some Guy

We end this Opus with the story of PDQ's actual composing period, his relationship with Prince Fred and his cousin, Betty-Sue Bach, his death and burial, and finally, an interview of Peter Schickele, the discoverer of PDQ, by Tom Snyder. I can only hope, in some small way, that these podcasts aided in bringing the truth about J.S. Bach's last and least son to the internet public.

September 10 2010

00:42

Mondo Diablo Episode 271 is Bacchanalia Part III: Oedipus Tex

This week, we see PDQ form a relationship with Prince Fred, and embark on a journey towards Wein Am-Rhein, where he will begin a musical career. We also hear from his unique musical instruments, and hear the opera, "Oedipus Tex."

September 02 2010

14:21

Mondo Diablo Episode 270 is Bacchanalia Part II: The Soused Period

I guess my math skills are pretty bad. There are FOUR installments to this Bachstravaganza, and this one brings us to about half done. Thank your lucky stars.

August 29 2010

19:42

Mondo Diablo Episode 269 is Bacchanalia Part I: The Last and Least

Welcome to the first part of a big three-parter! I have enjoyed Peter Schickele and his disovery, P.D.Q. Bach for, garsh, 25 years at least, for "Bob's" sake. Funny I haven't shared much with you yet. well, not so funny (yes, so funny). All of my music is on vinyl. So, I had to do an epic search and and epic emptying of my bank account to get some non-scratchy stuff. Of course, some of the scratchy stuff is inevitable. I listened to it a lot, because I was a nerd. A big nerd. I used to sing some of this stuff in school, because I knew people would have no idea what I was doing. And of course, they didn't give a shit, either. No worries.

August 19 2010

16:30

Mondo Diablo Episode 268: Weaponizing Mozart

For your education and edification, to weed out the undesirables from our community; the teenagers and the Dicks, and to keep everything clean and unsullied by grotesque graffiti, spit and skateboarding, I offer you this purely Classic show full of Classical Music written by Classical Men of classical age. Well. Some of these pieces were written during the last century, so it's still in keeping with the theme of the show. This, solemn, serious classical show. Enjoy, and keep your hands to yourselves.
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