This week, The Music Treasury’s featured guest is Mark Ainley. Together with Dr Gary Lemco, they will be exploring the work of the stellar pianist from the 1900s, Jascha Spivakovsky. Spivakovsky was born just before the turn of the century, and built a extraordinary reputation at a very early age. The release in 2015 of recordings by Spivakovsky has brought this historic figure into contemporary light. The show will feature music of Chopin, Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Brahms, and others.
The show can be heard on Sunday, 6 August 2017, between 19:00 and 21:00, PDT. Dr. Lemco is the show’s host, it is presented as a radio show with streaming broadcast: kzsulive.stanford.edu
On both Saturday and Sunday, Edmund Stone will feature his observations on some parts of the vast repertoire of film scores. It too is broadcast as a streamed radio show, from its host station in Portland: AllClassical.org. The show can be heard between 14:00 and 15:00 PDT.
This Saturday, Edmund Stone will showcase composer James Horner (Titanic, Avatar, Braveheart, A Beautiful mind…), unfortunately recently deceased; on Sunday, the focus will be on apocalyptic Hollywood, with a show entitled “End of the World As We Know It”, with music from Planet of the Apes, The Fifth Element, and more.
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