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  1. Vladimir Horowitz on YouTube

    This is the eleventh of Pierre's Twelve Days of Blogging

    En français


    Our next pianist featured in this "On YouTube" series is Russian-born piano virtuoso Vladimir Horowitz (1903-1989).

    We have come to know and love Horowitz through the myriad of recordings he produced for over 60 years; beginning in 1926 on a piano roll system for Welte-Mignon, then with audio
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    Updated Jan-03-2012 at 11:31 by itywltmt

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  2. Rachmaninov (the pianist) on YouTube

    This is the tenth of Pierre's Twelve Days of Blogging


    The next three instalments of the blog will feature YouTube playlists of famous pianists - in keeping with the ITYWLTMT Pianothon theme for January. The first such playlist is dedicated to Sergei Rachmaninov - not as a composer, but as a conecert pianist. This is nothing new - Liszt made a fine career as a concertist as
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  3. The Luna Nova Ensemble

    Related Thread: http://www.talkclassical.com/14802-d...s-what-do.html
    Related PTB Post: http://www.talkclassical.com/blogs/i...o-you-get.html
    En français: http://itywltmt.blogspot.com/2011/09...luna-nova.html

    From time to time, I stumble onto web sites that provide some "free"
    music, and try and pass this information on to TalkClassical readers. In preoparing for an installment od the SotSQ in July, I found this website:
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    Updated Sep-14-2011 at 10:48 by itywltmt

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    Classical Music , Musicians , Recorded Music
  4. This Day in Music History - June 21st 1954

    This day in my family history: My brother was born at 10 minutes past 10 PM on June 21st 1954, making him 57 years old, and me fifty. !

    Related Thread: http://www.talkclassical.com/8735-go...who-glenn.html

    On June 21st, 1954, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ran an “extended” version of its marquee radio series Distinguished Artists. Usually a 30-minute program, this installment was exceptionally extended to 45 minutes because its featured artist
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    Updated Jul-03-2011 at 20:52 by itywltmt (Removed warning)

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