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  1. The Summer of the Sonata - Part Five

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    We have three more installments to our summer series on sonatas in August - this week's and next's are from the Gardner museum in Boston, and our last will be a Once Upon the Internet, featuring another complete album from the days of the original MP3.COM.

    This week, we return to piano sonatas, and our performer is Finnsih pianist Paavali Jumppanen, often featured
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  2. The Summer of the Sonata - Part Two

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    http://www.talkclassical.com/20094-summer-sonata.html
    www.seymourlipkin.com/


    A student of Rudolf Serkin and Mieczyslaw Horszowski at the Curtis Institute of Music, Seymour Lipkin won the prestigious Rachmaninoff Competition at age 19. He went on to appear with all of America"s "top five" orchestras (New-York, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland,
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  3. The Summer of the Sonata - Part One

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    http://www.talkclassical.com/20094-summer-sonata.html
    http://www.gardnermuseum.org/music/listen/music_library



    The first in our summer chamber series are recital performances by Canadian violinist Corey Cerovsek from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner museum music library.


    The first concert I attenmded featuring Corey was in Hamilton,
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    Updated Jul-03-2012 at 13:35 by itywltmt

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  4. This too is Groundhog Day

    En français

    This is getting ridiculous - now, only ONE video per post

    Last Thursday, I put together a montage for Groundhog Day, and the music of shadows.

    However, Groundhog Day has come to mean something entirely different in recent years. No, it has nothing to do with groundhogs predicting a shorter or longer winter, but rather has to do with, well... why explain when I can show you:

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    Updated Feb-07-2012 at 11:34 by itywltmt

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  5. This Day in Music History - 16 January 1910

    Related thread: http://www.talkclassical.com/13383-mahler-new-york.html
    Related Article: http://www.ashevillesymphony.org/con...am%20Notes.pdf

    En français

    Carnegie Hall, New York , 16 January 1910: In a memorable evening, Sergey Rakhmaninov gives the third performance of his Piano Concerto no.3, with the New York Philharmonic under its new music director, Gustav Mahler.

    Rachmaninov appeared as soloist in the
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    Updated Jan-16-2012 at 11:32 by itywltmt

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