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Bette Midler - Wind Beneath My Wings
1h. 50min. ago
Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You
2h. 57min. ago
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge
4h. 11min. ago
Liam Payne - Strip That Down
5h. 18min. ago
Smash Mouth - Pacific Coast Party
6h. 31min. ago
Thomas Rhett - Die A Happy Man
7h. 37min. ago
Vertical Horizon - Forever
8h. 53min. ago
Eve 6 - Heres To The Night
10h. 9min. ago
Adwtag_90000 - Be Right Back!4
11h. 17min. ago
Spin Doctors - Two Princes
12h. 38min. ago
Wilson Phillips - Hold On
14h. 16min. ago
No Doubt - Hella Good
15h. 35min. ago
Tal Bachman - She's So High
16h. 47min. ago
Clay Aiken - Right Here Waiting
17h. 54min. ago
Blessed Union Of Souls - Hey Leonardo (she Likes Me For Me)
Joe Horowitz has his doubts: Ormandy’s recorded accompaniments to Rachmaninoff’s First, Second, and Fourth Piano Concertos are merely supportive: they give the soloist nothing to work with. (My pianist friend George Vatchnadze, describing the Rachmaninoff-Ormandy relationship, calls Ormandy a “puppy” and a “servant” — apt adjectives.) Stokowski’s accompaniment to the Second Concerto is unique. The […]
Scenes from BSO Resound, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s disability ensemble. The challenges range from autism to blindness to multiple sclerosis and other physical disabiliti4es. BSO Resound played at the BBC Proms this summer. Be moved.
We counted them: 2 in Chicago (including principal Cynthia Yeh) 1 in Philadelphia 1 each in Hawaii and Rochester. This looks like a closed shop. We also hear that the number of young women inducted into the New World Symphony has been falling year by year. The orchestra does not use a screen for auditions. […]
Charles Gounod’s opera La reine de Saba received its US premiere last night in Boston, in the original, unseen five-act version. Any good? First review here. There’s a warning that more Gounod will hit Boston next month.
The pianist and composer Piotr Lachert died on September 18, days after his 80th birthday. He lived in Abruzzo, Italy, for the past quarter-century and will be buried there. Lachert composed some 200 works and claimed to have 1,500 students.
After just one season, the National Symphony Orchestra has added a four-year extension to Gianandrea Noseda’s contract as music director. The NSO also announced it had raised $10 million in special funding to support a number of Noseda initiatives.
The celebrated pianist, ends a prolonged absence from his homeland by playing at the Esterházy Concert Series next weekend, just across the border in Haydn’s Eisenstadt. He’s not actually entering Hungarian territory, but coming closer than he has been for years. In an interview with a Hungarian newspaper, he admits to missing the chirping of […]
From the Lebrecht Album of the Week: Amid the excitement over a rediscovered rehearsal tape of the composer playing Symphonic Dances, there arrives a new account of two concertos with Rachmaninov’s favourite orchestra and the living pianist who most resembles him. Deutsche Grammophon has titled the album Destination Rachmaninov. Departure and furnished the cover with a portrait […]