Hosted bySusannah Wilson

Curated byJorge Patino, Hark Editor

8 CLIPS48 MINS
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Mozart’s "Queen of the Night" Aria

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An aria is a self-contained piece of music composed for a solo voice. And Mozart’s “Queen of the Night” aria from his famous opera “The Magic Flute” is like no other. Hear everything about it in this episode from the podcast, ‘Aria Code.’
Mozart’s "Queen of the Night" Aria

Aria Code

5 MINS
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Beethoven’s "9th Symphony"

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While deaf, Beethoven composed one of his greatest works of music: his 9th symphony. 'History This Week' host Sally Helm and author Jan Swafford illustrate the first time it was performed and the experience of Beethoven conducting it.
Beethoven’s "9th Symphony"

HISTORY This Week

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Yo-Yo Ma: A Lifelong Player of Bach’s Cello Suites

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World renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, joins host Hrishikesh Hirway to discuss his experience performing Bach's famous cello suites.
Yo-Yo Ma: A Lifelong Player of Bach’s Cello Suites

Song Exploder

6 MINS
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Bach’s Goldberg Variation Number 3: A Piano Masterpiece

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Host Graham Abbott explores Bach’s “Canone All’unisono” or variation number 3 from his famous "Goldberg Variations". From the podcast, ‘Classics Unlocked.’
Bach’s Goldberg Variation Number 3: A Piano Masterpiece

Classics Unlocked with Graham Abbott

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Mozart’s "Requiem:" A Dying Man’s Last Composition

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230 years later, and Mozart’s death is still one of the most talked about mysteries in the classical music world. On ‘Case Notes,’ host Tim Lihoreau dives into Mozart’s last moments and his final work.
Mozart’s "Requiem:" A Dying Man’s Last Composition

Case Notes

7 MINS
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Tchaikovsky’s "1812 Overture"

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Hear everything about Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" - a joyous, cannon-filled musical work composed in honor of Russia's defense against Napoleon. From the podcast, 'Hall of Fame.'
Tchaikovsky’s "1812 Overture"

Classic FM Hall Of Fame Short Stories

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Rachmaninoff’s "2nd Symphony:" William Faulkner for Music

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Known for his virtuosity and difficult piano concertos, Sergei Rachmaninoff was one of the last representatives of Romanticism in Russian classical music. Listen to his melodious "Second Symphony."
Rachmaninoff’s "2nd Symphony:" William Faulkner for Music

The Great Composers

6 MINS
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Desires & Dreams: Claude Debussy’s "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun"

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Pianist Paul Roberts and artist Fiona Robinson dive into Claude Debussy’s exploration of human desire and dreams in his impressionist piece “L'après-midi d'un faune.”
Desires & Dreams: Claude Debussy’s "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun"

Soul Music

6 MINS

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