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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 Four

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    Violinist and conductor Guillermo Figueroa is our featured artist today in this installment of the Summer of the Sonata, which doubles as our monthly Once Upon the Internet feature.

    Guillermo Figueroa is the nephew of Narciso Figueroa, considered to be the "Father of the Modern Danzas" and an important musical figure in
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  3. The Summer of the Sonata - Part Three

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    Glenn Herbert Gould (1932-1982)


    Part three of the Summer of the Sonata is another installment in our year-long look at Glenn Gould, with sonata works from the baroque, classical and Second Viennese School.

    Not unlike the Goldberg Variations, there are some works that are indelibly
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  4. The Summer of the Sonata - Part Two

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    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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  5. Once Upon the Internet - Schubert for two pianists, four hands

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    The (classical) music legacy of MP3.COM


    Mp3.com, co-founded in November 1997 by Michael Robertson and Greg Flores is a historically significant URL for indie artists, who in the site's heyday provided most of its content. From its beginning to when Vivendi took over and eventually evicted the indies, it was a once ever mecca for unsigned bands and solo acts. Now
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    Updated Jun-05-2012 at 10:39 by itywltmt

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