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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.

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We thank you listening to Classical Music Discoveries.


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January 24, 2015 08:59 AM PST

Welcome to the 17th edition of our very popular series Play My Music.

Play My Music gives all of our listeners an opportunity to have their music or performances heard by our millions of listeners all over the world.

First we will hear from a favorite of our listeners everywhere, tenor Ernest Revell.  We will hear the love duet from Puccini’s “La Boheme”, “O soave fanciulla” as sung by Ernest Revell and soprano Justyna Giermola.  Playing piano accompaniment is David Maiullo.

You can learn more about Ernest Revell on his website at www.ErnestRevell.com.  To learn more about Justyna, please visit her website at www.JustynaGiermola.com

Also, of special interest to all of our listeners, Ernest has recently released his first CD “Ernest Revell, Tenor - In Concert,” which we will feature in a future broadcast. 


 Now we will hear Ernest Revell sing “E la solita storia del pastore” from Francesco Cilea’s opera “L’Arlesiana” 


 Now we will listen to “Idea Dramatica” composed and performed by Ves Christoff.  To learn more about Ves, please visit his website at www.VesChristoff.com 


 Dino Kalyvas, from Greece, wowed all of us on our last edition with “Spiro e Spero.”  For this edition of Play My Music Dino has submitted a new cross-over performance of Puccini’s “Nessun Dorma” as arranged and orchestrated by Akis Melis and published by PolyMusic.  Dino’s music is available for download on Itunes and Amazon.  You can also access his music at www.PolyMusic.net or on his Facebook site at www.Facebook.com/Kalyvas.Dino 


 Pianist Andree-Ann Deschenes is new to our musical family.  She is a pianist from Canada performing jazz, afro-latin and classical music.  She is currently serving as an adjunct faculty member at CSULA and has had the honor of performing with some of the finest musicians in the country.  To learn more about Andree-Ann, please visit her website at www.AADPiano.com.  Her music can be purchased on Amazon and Itunes.

From her CD entitled “Cervantes, Lecuona & Nazareth” we will be pleased to hear:

  • Los Tres Golpes 
  • Gitanerias
  • Odeon 

 


Our final track comes from another new member of our musical family, soprano Alessandra Paonessa.  Allessandra is a classical crossover soprano from Canada.  Her voice allows her to sing in a myriad of musical genres.  Allesandra will sing for us “Dolce Vento” from an Italian Opera composed by Chris Broom, arranged by Patrick Jonsson.  To learn more about Allessandra, please visit her website at www.AllessandraPaonessa.com.


Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
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Our Sponsors: 
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
Dennis Loeffel - Classical Essential Series


Advertisers in this show are: 
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Southwest Symphony Orchestra
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Classical Recordings Store
A FREE Gift for Our Listeners 
Sousa Fundraising - please donate $1 today! 


 

Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on April 22, 2015
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com


 

November 04, 2013 09:15 AM PST

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January 17, 2015 07:42 AM PST

Hampson Sisler, organist and composer, is one of the most prolific composers today with over 100 works to his credit.  His works were written for organ, chorus, concert band, chamber and symphony orchestra.  

At 17 years old, Hampson was the youngest person ever awarded the American Guild of Organists’ coveted Fellowship status and has had performances of his works the world over.

Today, in addition to being a composer, Sisler maintains a dual career as an organist and choral director. He has served seventeen churches, most notably Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, where Abraham Lincoln was an occasional attendee, and Central Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, where Charles Ives served in the same position in the early 1900s.

Currently, Hampson Sisler is the music director at the historic St. James Episcopal Church in Elmhurst, New York. His recent compositions have been performed in Bulgaria, Israel, Czech Republic, Russia and the United States. The majority of his orchestral works have been recorded on the MSR Classics label. Mr. Sisler is presented world-wide by BV Artists International.

Classical Music Discoveries is proud to bring to you this 3rd in an 8 part series on Hampson Sisler which will detail his life and his music. 

To learn more about Hampson Sisler, just click on his website link appearing below at any time during the broadcast or visit www.BVArtistsInternational.com


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

PHOENIX FOREVER
 
TRANS-CULTURAL BONDING
 
MILESTONES
 
THE SECOND COMING
 
CELEBRATION OF AMERICAN HOLIDAYS
 
CLASSICS, ECLECTIC
 
SONGS OF THE SAGES
 
THE COSMIC DIVIDE

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Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
Click HERE to become a Friend of Classical Music Discoveries 


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


Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on April 22, 2015 
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com

All submissions are due by April 15, 2015


Playlist

Book 1

  • New Year
  • Reflections of Martin Luther King, Jr. 
  • Abe Lincoln Turns to Prayer
  • George Washington at St. Paul's

Book 3

  • Veterans' Day
  • Thanksgiving
  • The Divine Mystery

 


 

 

 

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.

Please help us to keep broadcasting
by donating at least $1 today!

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January 10, 2015 10:53 AM PST

In this month’s edition of La Musica Chamber Music Hour we present to you:
Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor, K. 478
Rossini’s Sonata No. 5 in E-flat
Schoenberg’s Transfigured Night

Musicians in this broadcast are:
Federico Agostini, Mihaela Martin, Isabelle Faust and Curtis Macomber - violins
Cynthia Phelps, Bruno Giuranna and Katherine Murdock - violas
Alain Meunier, Angela Lee, Frans Helmerson and Angela Lee - cellos
Franco Petracchi - bass
Derek Han - piano

This year’s La Musica International Chamber Music Festival begins in April and now is the perfect time to order your tickets.  Please visit their website at www.LaMusicaFestival.org for complete information on this upcoming season


We would like to thank Festival Director Sally Faron and Artistic Directors Bruno Giuranna and Derek Han for making this month’s show possible.


Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
Click HERE to become a Friend of Classical Music Discoveries 


Our Sponsors: 
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
Dennis Loeffel - Classical Essential Series


Advertisers in this show are: 
Advertise on CMD for Only $5! 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Classical Recordings Store
A FREE Gift for Our Listeners 
Sousa Fundraising - please donate $1 today! 
Anne Vanschothorst 


Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on January 21, 2015
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com


 

January 06, 2015 10:47 PM PST

For this month’s Classical Essentials broadcast we are pleased to bring to you Mozart’s masterpiece - Symphony No. 21 in A Major, K. 134

Between 1769 and 1773, the teenage Mozart, in the company of his father, Leopold, made three trips to Italy, which were the culmination of his career as a child prodigy and had an dramatic impact on his musical development. Between the second and third trips — from December 1771 to October 1772 — Mozart was back home in Salzburg, where, apparently, there was some pressing need for new symphonies. During these months he composed eight symphonies, the last of which was K.134. Just fifteen, he was already a young composer on the make, with at least 20 symphonies to his credit, and perhaps more.

K.134 is an ambitious work of superb craftsmanship as well as great imagination and ingenuity. It is in four movements, with a genial minuet placed before the finale, which is a spirited, witty, but also substantial movement with a bourrée-like gait. The first movement, according to the musicologist Stanley Sadie, is “the most densely worked of Mozart’s symphony movements to date”; the development of the vigorous opening motif is particularly insistent, giving the movement a monothematic cast more characteristic of Haydn.

The orchestra for K.134 is conventional in size for that era — two woodwinds, two horns, strings — though Mozart calls for flutes rather than the more typical oboes, and the result is a more radiant palette of tone colours. Typically for his works in A Major (which include two other symphonies, Nos. 14 and 29), the music has a sensuous, serenade-like beauty and a special richness of texture — particularly in the spacious slow movement, whose main theme may have been inspired by a famous aria from Gluck’s opera “Orfeo”, which Mozart had seen in Vienna as a child.

This symphony, performed by the CMD Philharmonic of Paris, is available to all of our listeners as a free download thanks to a generous donation from Dennis Loeffel.  To download, please visit our special website at: www.CMDEssentials.com


Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
Click HERE to become a Friend of Classical Music Discoveries 


Our Sponsors: 
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
Dennis Loeffel - Classical Essential Series


Advertisers in this show are: 
Advertise on CMD for Only $5! 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Classical Recordings Store
A FREE Gift for Our Listeners 
Sousa Fundraising - please donate $1 today! 
Anne Vanschothorst 


Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on January 21, 2015
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com


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December 29, 2014 10:47 AM PST

Attila is an opera with a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on the 1809 play Attila, King of the Huns by Zacharias Werner. The opera received its first performance in Venice on 17 March 1846.

Ezio's act 2 aria of heroic resolution My lot is cast, I am prepared for any warfare is a fine example of a characteristic Verdian genre, and it achieved fame in its own time with audiences in the context of the adoption of a liberal constitution by Ferdinand II. Other contemporary comment praised the work as suitable for the political education of the people, while, in contrast, others criticised the opera as Teutonic in nature.

This performance by the CMD Grand Opera Company of Venice may be purchased for only $1.99 on our store at www.ClassicalRecordings.co


Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
Click HERE to become a Friend of Classical Music Discoveries 


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


Advertisers in this show are: 
Advertise on CMD for Only $5! 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Classical Recordings Store
A FREE Gift for Our Listeners 
Sousa Fundraising - please donate $1 today! 
Anne Vanschothorst 


Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on January 21, 2015
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com


Verdi; Atilla

May 09, 2013 10:59 AM PDT

You asked for it...
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.co to get started.

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

December 27, 2014 10:00 AM PST

2014 was a very exciting year for Classical Music Discoveries.  Our number of listeners has doubled in Season 11 to over 450 million per week.  Our number of shows per year is now over 70 and more importantly, we have made more new musical friends than ever before.

We sincerely wish everyone a Happy New Year in 2015.  We hope people will learn that love and peace is more enjoyable and productive than hate and war no matter where you live.

In this broadcast we will be playing a new recording of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony by the CMD Philharmonic of Paris.  This recording is now part of our Classical Essentials series of which there will be several more episodes in 2015.  Classical Essentials offers all of our new classical music listeners a great way to build their classical music library.  Now thanks to a generous donation by Dennis Loeffel, you can now build your library FREE of charge!

Just logon to a special website CMDEssentials.com and you will always be able to download any of the music played on any of our Classical Essentials series at NO cost to you.

That website, again, is: CMDEssentials.com.  So take advantage of this sponsorship by Dennis Loeffel today and all year long!


Please click on the link below to support Classical Music Discoveries.  
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. 

To learn more about this system please click HERE.


Show your support for Classical Music Discoveries by becoming a Friend!
Click HERE to become a Friend of Classical Music Discoveries 


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


Advertisers in this show are: 
Advertise on CMD for Only $5! 
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
La Musica International Chamber Music Festival
Classical Recordings Store
A FREE Gift for Our Listeners 
Sousa Fundraising - please donate $1 today! 
Anne Vanschothorst 


Play My Music

Our next edition of Play My Music broadcasts on January 21, 2015
To have your music played on this show, please visit our submission site below: 
CMDPlayMyMusic.com


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