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Classical Music Discoveries
The World's #1 Classical Music Show
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Location: Cedar City, UT
Proudly Sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota, Florida and the Southwest Symphony Orchestra in St. George, Utah
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September 11, 2014 05:55 AM PDT

Welcome to Classical Music Discoveries' Season 12!

Our show is made possible by our sponsors La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and the Southwest Symphony Orchestra. Without our sponsors, advertisers and listeners like you, our show would not be possible.

We are proud to be the number one classical music broadcaster in the world and we also produce more new classical music recordings than any company in the world.

Below you will find over 100 shows that are currently available for you to listen to online Just scroll down to a show you would like to listen to and then just click on "play" to listen to your selection.

If you would like to advertise on our show or if you would like to be featured on one of our shows, please see the links below.

We thank you listening to Classical Music Discoveries.


You can contact us at: Staff@ClassicalMusicDiscoveries.com

Our office phone is: +1-1-435-238-4934

SKYPE: khedgecock


Our Sponsors: 

La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
Wagner Opera Series Sponsor - Flowers.FM

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August 22, 2016 01:55 PM PDT

A preview of our upcoming broadcast of Richard Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman."

This preview features Soprano Anita Cameron singing "Johohoe! Traft ihr das Schiff im Merre an."

CMD Grand Opera Company of Berlin
Kenneth Hedgecock, conductor

The Wagner Opera Series is sponsored by Flowers.FM
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August 11, 2016 03:21 PM PDT

American composer, conductor, orchestrator and producer Dan Redfeld has had his music and arrangements performed internationally from the concert hall to the musical theater stage to the recording studio.

About his work “A Hopeful Place” Dan writes:

“I was asked to compose a work for voice and chamber orchestra to be premiered by Ensemble Green, a Los Angeles based group of musicians committed to playing new concert pieces.  I immediately contacted John and proposed we collaborate on a work for Kristi Holden.  Fortunately for us both, she enthusiastically said “Yes!”  John and I quickly settled on a nine movement structure and the idea that the listener would follow a woman’s cycle of life from birth to death.”

Concerning the debut performance Dan continues:

“I conducted Kristi and eighteen musicians on that night in a premiere performance one cannot forget.  The entire evening was beset with a series of surreal events and yet we made it through to a prolonged standing ovation.  That night reflected what the piece is about - Life.  Sometimes its easy, sometimes its a struggle.  But the human spirit continues.

To learn more about Dan please visit his website at www.DanRedfeld.com

His CDs are available on Amazon and Itunes.

We want to thank Dan Redfeld and Parma Recordings for making it possible for us to broadcast this recording to our listeners.

 

 

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August 06, 2016 03:54 PM PDT

Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes; WWV 49, is an early opera by Richard Wagner in five acts, with the libretto written by the composer after Edward Bulwer-Lytton's novel of the same name. The title is commonly shortened to Rienzi. Written between July 1838 and November 1840, it was first performed in Dresden, on 20 October 1842, and was the composer's first success.

The opera is set in Rome and is based on the life of Cola di Rienzi, a late medieval Italian populist figure who succeeds in outwitting and then defeating the nobles and their followers and in raising the power of the people. Magnanimous at first, he is forced by events to crush the nobles' rebellion against the people's power, but popular opinion changes and even the Church, which had urged him to assert himself, turns against him. In the end the populace burns the Capitol, in which Rienzi and a few adherents have made a last stand.

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July 30, 2016 02:00 PM PDT

In this broadcast we are pleased to present a One Act Chamber Opera by Ezra Donner entitled Antigone.

Ezra describes this opera in this way:

"I have always been attracted to the idea of telling a story through music, and the idea of writing an opera based on a Greek drama has had particular appeal to me for some time. Remembering from music history that opera began as an attempt to imitate the theatre of the Ancient Greeks, I thought it would be an interesting experiment to re-visit an original Greek drama in a musical context closer to our times.

The name “Antigone” means “unyielding”. In a way, she is a great role model for artists: a person who challenges the status quo and goes face-to-face against conventional wisdom, holding fast to her own personal beliefs no matter what. In the same way I feel that we as artists need to continue to produce work which we believe has meaning and worth, regardless of reactions from the general public,patrons, and other artists.

Although the original drama is now over 2,000 years old, its central themes continue to resonate with us in surprising and meaningful ways. My musical setting attempts to bring together musical styles of centuries past with a contemporary idiom to highlight the timelessness, and timely relevance, of this text."

The libretto is adapted from the ancient Greek drama by Sophocles.

 

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July 29, 2016 02:21 PM PDT

What do we do in our spare time here at Classical Music Discoveries?
Well, its all about the music, of course.

Here is a very unusual show we did for Newspaper Carriers!

Face it, it can get a bit boring and tiring out there at 3:00 AM folding, bagging and delivering those newspapers.

This music was created to keep the carriers awake with GOOD music (none of that hard rock stuff). Plus it allows the carriers to keep track of their progress.

This is based on a 4 hour shift. The first hour (spent folding, banding, bagging papers) is all soundtracks. The next 3 hours (delivery time) is all about really upbeat dance music and some really quirky stuff thrown in (like "Pineapple Princess" sung by Annette Funicello). Plus the last song is "Smile" reminding everyone to return home (after a long night) with a smile on their face.

There is NO narration for promos in this as it is 100% music!

Dedicated to the thousands of newspaper carriers out there. We know many are musicians that believe in working for a living and not asking for federal funds for support. We appreciate all musicians everywhere that support themselves with hard work. Performing all night then after the gig, delivering newspapers.

We salute you!

July 19, 2016 03:13 PM PDT

Welcome to the 37th edition of La Musica Chamber Music Hour sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota Florida.

In this month’s edition we will be pleased to hear:

  • Piano Trio in G minor by Haydn
  • Serenade in D Major, Op. 8 by Beethoven
  • Piano Quintet in F minor by Franck

Musicians are: 

  • Claudio Cruz and Cecilia Ziano, violins
  • Bruno Giuranna and Daniel Avshalomov, violas
  • Jeong Hyuon Lee and Antonio Meneses, cellos
  • Derek Han, piano

To learn more about La Musica International Chamber Music Festival, please visit their website at www.LaMusicaFestival.org

We would like to thank Sally Faron and the staff at La Musica International Chamber Music Festival for allowing us to broadcast their concerts and for their continued sponsorship of our show.

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July 12, 2016 02:46 PM PDT

Welcome to our first broadcast from The Krakower Group.  We would like to welcome The Krakower Group to the Classical Music Discoveries’ family.

As their first offering, we will feature works by composer Shie Rozow.

Shie Rozow is an award-winning composer, music editor & music supervisor working in the entertainment industry. He’s contributed his talents to nearly 100 feature films ranging from Guardians of the Galaxy to Hustle & Flow, as well as countless TV shows & episodes like Go On & Desperate Housewives. He is based in the Los Angeles area, where he lives with his wife, 2 sons and their pets.

For a detailed biography on Shie, please visit his website at: www.ShieRozow.com

We will now hear:

  • Fantasia Appassionata featuring pianist Robert Thies
  • Expedition as performed by The Lyris Quartet
  1. Fantasy in Flight 
  2. Destination Unknown
  3. Journey
  4. Unchartered Territory
  • Esme’s Moon with pianist Robert Thies
  • Old Friends featuring Luke Maurer on viola
  • Ananke with Brian O’Connor, french horn and Robert Thies, piano

This and other CDs by Shie Rozow are available on Amazon and Itunes.

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July 09, 2016 11:26 AM PDT

A preview of our August broadcast of Wagner's "Rienzi, the Last Tribune."
Performed by our CMD German Opera Company of Berlin.
Conducted by Dominque Beaulieu

This complete performance is available now at:
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July 05, 2016 01:05 PM PDT

In our latest broadcast from Parma Recordings we are pleased to present Cello Music from Austria-Hungary.

In this broadcast we have two musicians that are no strangers to our listeners.

On cello, we have Samuel Magill who has an extremely rich and varied career as soloist and as a chamber musician.

On piano, we have Beth Levin who has appeared on many previous broadcasts as a solo pianist.   Beth’s style has always been fresh and renewed and can be traced back to her unique artistic lineage.

We will be pleased to hear:

  • Sonata in A Major, Op. 47 “Kreutzer” composed in 1803 by Beethoven
  • Sonata for Solo Cello, composed in 1931 by Schnabel
  • Ballade in E Major, Op. 171, composed in 1913 by Moór

A CD of these performance are available on Amazon or Itunes.  

We would like to thank our friends at Parma Recordings for making this recording available to us for broadcasting.

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