On this edition of “Cooler Classics”, Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, (born February 3, 1809, Hamburg [Germany]—died November 4, 1847, Leipzig), German composer, pianist, musical conductor, and teacher, one of the most-celebrated figures of the early Romantic period – takes centre stage. And “Cooler Classics” is pleased to have had opportunity to speak with Ivo Stankov…. […]
A warm welcome to tonight’s show.. Tina Lee is off to Graceland, so expect a mix from the King,Elvis(Courtesy our friends at UDJ and DMC).. and maybe a prince will come our way……. Postlip regulars, ALAW, are back for another night of high-quality folk music. ALAW is three leading musicians who bring a wealth of […]
A new time (Mondays 8-10 pm, repeated Sunday 9-11pm)..and a 2 hour show!! Expect to hear a mix of familiar classics, new classics, interviews , information on local to the Cotswold music events..and more!! Chipping Campden is home to the Chipping Campden International Music Festival in May , and the region is pleased to have […]
This week’s “Cooler Classics ” concludes the “Entartete Music” (or “Degenerate Music, according to the Nazis) that came out of the Holocaust. Kenneth Woods, principal conductor with the English Symphony Orchestra, continues with his selection and observations..and includes music by Hans Gal, Ernst Krenek and Erich Wolfgang Korngold.
Tonight, the first of two programmes on Holocaust related Music..or Entartete (or “Degenerate”) Music” as it was termed (by the Nazis..) ￼ Kenneth Woods moderates and explains the reasons and thinking behind his special selection, including pieces by Viktor Ullmann, Hans Krasa, Gideon Klein, and Hans Gal… You can Listen Again for the next 7 […]