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All Classical 128

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Elgar, Edward - Symphony No. 1: Adagio
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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - String Quartet No. 15, K 421: Andante
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Dowland, John - Lachrimae, Or Seaven Teares
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Brahms, Johannes - Piano Concerto No. 2 In B Flat Major, Opus 83
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Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers - Symphony No. 3 In F Minor, Opus 28 "irish"
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Diamond, David - Rounds For String Orchestra
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Lanner, Joseph - Die Werber (The Suitors), Waltz, Opus 103
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Schubert, Franz - Evensong: Die Nacht (The Night)
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Gounod, Charles - Messe Solennelle (St. Cecilia Mass): Sanctus
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Paulberg, Natasa - A Star
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Encina, Juan Del - Si Habra En Este Baldres?
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Hummel, Johann Nepomuk - Concerto For Piano, Violin And Orchestra In G, Op. 17
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Dancla, Jean Baptiste Charles - Little School Of Melody: Suite No. 1
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Weber, Carl Maria Von - Clarinet Concerto No. 1 In F Minor, Opus 73
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Byrd, William - Cantiones Sacrae (Sacred Songs): No. 21 Haec Dies
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Cramer, Johann Baptist - Piano Concerto No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 48
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Gervaise, Claude - Danceries (French Renaissance Dances)
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Beethoven, Ludwig Van - Zur Namensfeier (For The Name-Day) Overture, Op. 115
18h. 15min. ago
Offenbach, Jacques - Serenade For String Orchestra
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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Divertimento In B Flat Major, K 137
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  • Last-Minute Masterpieces of Procrastinating Composers Wednesday, 1 December 2021 23:04:57

    Are you reading this article in order to avoid whatever you were supposed to be doing? If so, then great news: you’re not alone in your procrastination! In fact, your dilly-dallying habits are shared with several brilliant artists of classical music. Here, we’ll explore three wonderful pieces, the genius composers behind the scenes, and the... More

  • Ghouls, Ghosts, and Edvard Grieg: The Spookiest Classical Pieces Monday, 25 October 2021 21:00:05

    With Halloween right around the corner, this week is the perfect time to explore haunted houses, carve pumpkins, stock up on candy for trick-or-treaters, and of course, tune into All Classical Portland at 89.9 FM! There’s no better way to enjoy autumn than by listening to a playlist of spooky classical music. Below, we’ll share... More

  • Hispanic Composers in America Friday, 1 October 2021 01:14:21

    During Hispanic Heritage Month, which is observed from September 15-October 15, we at All Classical Portland are excited to celebrate the rich musical contributions of Latino and Hispanic composers. In this list, we’d like to introduce you to a few fascinating composers of Hispanic heritage who have lived or worked in the United States. We’ll start back in the... More

  • How Instruments Are Built Monday, 13 September 2021 21:01:18

    Early musical instruments were designed in the same manner as many other great inventions: by accident. After realizing that ordinary objects could create fascinating melodies, our earliest innovators began testing, shaping, and playing the tangible world around us. Their historic creations have evolved into the unique medleys of science, engineering, and art that exist today.... More

  • Historic Buildings and Historic Performances Thursday, 9 September 2021 20:39:04

    If we think of music as a mirror of culture, then all music has something to tell us about ourselves and our history. Likewise, the places associated with this music—cities, landmarks, buildings—can teach us about our society and our past, and the powerful and lasting connections between art, architecture, and music. Countless historic buildings have played a part in the story of music and place:... More

  • A Mighty Chinful: Great Moments in Composer Facial Hair Friday, 3 September 2021 00:32:48

    In celebration of World Beard Day (observed every year on the first Saturday of September), Warren Black, your morning host at All Classical, felt it was time for a retrospective on some great moments in composers’ facial hair. That’s why he teamed up with Emma Riggle, All Classical’s Music Researcher, to assemble this chronological gallery of fine classical beards, bristles, ‘staches, mutton (and/or lamb) chops and more. Here is their hail... More

  • Classical Sounds of Summer Monday, 26 July 2021 22:57:02

    Warmth, reflection, and adventure: summer can be a time for all of these and more, and classical music has explored the season in all its expressions. From Vivaldi’s “Summer” from The Four Seasons, to Frederick Delius’s Summer Night on the River, the literature is full of favorites perfect for summertime. In this list, we’d like to share some lesser-known romantic, modern,... More

  • Where We Live: Queer Opera Wednesday, 30 June 2021 22:51:48

    Tune in this Saturday at 5:15pm as we explore Queer Opera, an organization dedicated to telling queer stories through opera, through the Where We Live series. Founded in 2017 at Portland State University, Queer Opera is dedicated to providing a safe stage for LGBTQIA singers and allies to tell queer stories through the traditional genre... More

  • Music Exploring Queer Experiences Wednesday, 23 June 2021 21:27:43

    This Pride Month, we would like to share with you a short playlist of 20th and 21st century music exploring queer experiences. In this list, you’ll find songs, operas, and a symphony: some by LGBTQ+ composers, some exploring LGBTQ+ characters. You can also listen to a similar selection of music in this article’s companion playlist on Spotify. 

  • Juneteenth at All Classical Portand Friday, 18 June 2021 22:49:47

    Saturday, June 19th was the 156th anniversary of the day news of emancipation finally reached the westernmost area of the former Confederate states in Galveston Bay, Texas. On All Classical Portland, we’re honoring this Juneteenth with music by African-American composers, and other composers of African heritage. Here are a few of the works you can look forward to hearing this Juneteenth. 

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