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Classical Music Discoveries
The World's #1 Classical Music Show
Category: Easy Listening
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 11!

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 80 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.

Our Sponsors:
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Southwest Symphony Orchestra

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August 25, 2015 10:43 PM PDT

Joan of Arc is an operatic dramma lirico with a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, who had prepared the libretti for both Nabucco and I Lombardi. It is Verdi's seventh opera.

The work partly reflects the story of Joan of Arc and appears to be loosely based on the play Die Jungfrau von Orleans by Friedrich von Schiller. After writing the music over the autumn and winter of 1844/45, Verdi's opera had its first performance at Teatro alla Scala in Milan on 15 February 1845.

This broadcast of Verdi’s Joan of Arc as performed by the CMD Grand Opera Company of Venice.  This recording can be purchased at www.ClassicalRecordings.co for only $1.99.

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November 04, 2013 09:15 AM PST

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August 19, 2015 09:40 AM PDT

Classical Music Discoveries is proud to present this 8-part series on Hampson Sisler which will detail his life and his music.

The final broadcast of Hampson Sisler’s 8-part series on Classical Music Discoveries, concludes with Hampson’s largest and his grandest work - The Second Coming.

The texts (while not all of them deal with the Second Coming) is from the Book of Revelation given to John by Jesus Christ.

This grand oratorio is in 3 parts: Prologue, The Seven Seals and Bowls of Wrath.

We will play for you the complete oratorio as it is conducted by Marlon Daniel and performed by the Sofia Chamber Choir and the Sofia Sinfonietta.

CDs and Performance copies of Hampson’s music are available at BVArtistsInternational.com/Hampson_Sisler.html

Now we are proud to present the complete recording of Hampson Sisler’s The Second Coming. 

Below are the links to purchase any of Hampson's recordings, used on this show, from MSR Classics:


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Your kind donation of ANY amount is greatly appreciated!

You can purchase our recordings by visiting our online store atwww.ClassicalRecordings.co 

The new CMD Portable Digital Recording System was designed specifically for Classical Music Discoveries for recording classical music. This system is also used by the CMD Grand Opera Company of Venice, the Southwest Symphony Orchestra and the CMD Philharmonic Orchestra of Paris. 

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July 03, 2014 11:22 AM PDT

The music of John Phillip Sousa has been enjoyed by millions of people for generations and his works are regularly performed by bands the world over.

To help Classical Music Discoveries raise funds for Season 11, we have put together a collection of 25 of the most spectacular Sousa marches. Each march was performed by the US Navy band specifically for Classical Music Discoveries. You can listen to a sample below.

So here's the deal: Donate ANY amount to Classical Music Discoveries ($1 minimum) and you will be immediately taken over to another web page so you can download these AMAZING marches as a thank you for your donation of any amount.

The marches that have been recorded by Classical Music Discoveries and are available to you are: The Washington Post, Semper Fideles, Liberty Bell, The Thunderer, The Invincible Eagle, Gladiator, Riders for the Flag, The Black Horse Troop, El Capitan, Manhattan Beach, The Diplomat, National Fensibles, Jack Tar, King Cotton, Hands Across the Sea, Crusaders, Gallant 7th, Bride-Elect, High School Cadets, Picadore, Golden Jubilee, Our Flirtation, Hail to the Spirit of Liberty, Beau Ideal and Star and Stripes Forever.

Click HERE to listen to a complete sample.

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August 12, 2015 09:31 AM PDT

Welcome to a new edition of Classical Essentials sponsored by a generous gift from Dennis Loeffel.

In this broadcast we are proud to present to you the complete ballet Giselle by Adolphe Adam.

Giselle is a romantic ballet in two acts.  The ballet was an unqualified triumph on its initial premiere in Paris, France on June 28, 1841 and its popularity hasn’t diminished since.

The ballet is about a peasant girl, Giselle, who dies of a broken heart after discovering her lover is betrothed to another.  The Willis, a group of supernatural women who dance men to death, summon Giselle from her grave to target her lover.  However, Giselle’s great love frees him from their grasp.

This performance is by the CMD Philharmonic of Paris and is conducted by William Boult.

You can download this performance for free at www.ClassicalEssentials.co or just click on the link provided below on this show’s title page.

We want to thank Dennis Loeffel for sponsoring Classical Essentials which provides all of our listeners a great way to build their classical music library free of charge.


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August 05, 2015 09:56 AM PDT

I due Foscari (The Two Foscari) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, based on a historical play, The Two Foscari by Lord Byron.

After his success with Ernani, Verdi received a commission from Rome's Teatro Argentina and he went to work with Piave in considering two subjects, one of which eventually became this opera. I due Foscari was given its premiere performance in Rome on 3 November 1844 and was generally quite successful, although not on the scale of Ernani, which remained Verdi's most popular opera until Il trovatore in 1853.

Thank you for listening to Verdi’s “I due Foscari” performed by the CMD Grand Opera Company of Venice.  This recording is available at our online store “www.ClassicalRecordings.co” for only $1.99 as a digital download.

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May 09, 2013 10:59 AM PDT

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We listened...
Now you've got it!

Many of our listeners have asked us to design web sites for them. After all, we are musicians here at Classical Music Discoveries and we KNOW what you want! We SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE!

Watch the video by Andrea for special information and then visit our special Web Design page for a ONE TIME special offer from our Video Spokesperson, Andrea.

Visit: CMDWebdesign to get started.

Be sure to watch ALL of Andrea's videos to get your TOP SECRET OFFER!

July 29, 2015 08:46 AM PDT

Macedonian pianist Dilek Redzep was born into a musical family of Mongolian and Turkish descent.  She began studying piano when she was 7 years old and showed a natural talent for the keyboard and also for mathematics.  Dilek has performed throughout the world in competitions and seminars.  She currently teaches piano at DMBUC in Skopje which is the largest city and the capital of the Republic of Macedonia.

For more information on Dilek please visit her website at www.DilekRedzep.com or just click on the link provided below on our title page.

We will hear Dilek perform 3 pieces for us.

  • Dance of Spring by Sun Jin Chan
  • Sunflowers by Wang Yu Shi
  • Fantasie Impromptu, Op. 66 by Chopin

If you want to hear more from Dilek, you will find many more performances on her website.

You may also purchase Dilek's music on CD Baby.

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July 22, 2015 12:09 PM PDT

In this broadcast we are very proud to feature Canadian born pianist Andree-Ann Deschenes.

Andree-Ann is currently based in Los Angeles, CA teaching at California State University in Los Angeles.

A strong supporter of the Latin American classical repertoire Andree-Ann’s thesis reflected the music of Cuba and Brazil.

In this broadcast we will feature music from her CD “Cervantes, Lecuona and Nazareth” featuring all Cuban composers.

Her CD is available on Amazon, Itunes and CD Baby.

In this broadcast we will be pleased to hear:

  • Invitacion
  • Los Tres Golpes
  • Los Munecos
  • Odeon
  • La Comporsa
  • Andalucia

Learn more about the composers and Andree-Ann Deschenes featured in the interview at:


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