The story of Mozart's Requiem is shrouded in mystery -- a web of deception woven by those he left behind when he died. Learn about and hear the music on Monday's Learning to Listen.
When Brian Min wrote music for 'The Cave,' he never meant for that music to stay in the game. We're glad it did.
Composer Benjamin Wallfisch splits his time between writing music for movies and music for the concert hall. His latest film project, 'Summer in February', features pianist Yuja Wang, along with solo violin and cello. The 'Summer in February' soundtrack comes out today, ahead of Friday's U.S. theatrical release of the film.
Today on Learning to Listen from Classical MPR, hear the story of Scheherazade, a symphonic suite by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
There were so many great soundtracks for games in 2013, our Top 5 list was just the tip of the iceberg.
Professor Stephen Walsh of Cardiff University joins Learning to Listen to discuss five Russian composers known as The Mighty Handful.
Of all the great music to emerge from video games in 2013, one soundtrack comes out on top.
The Strauss family of Vienna wrote some of the most famous dance music in the world. Learn about the eldest and his three sons on today's Learning to Listen.
Jessica Curry's score for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs earns the number 2 spot on Top Score's Countdown to the Best Video Game Soundtracks of 2013.
It was more difficult than ever to come up with only five great scores from 2013, and even more difficult to put them into an order. Here's number three in the countdown: Lorne Balfe's score for <i>Beyond: Two Souls</i>.
Clarinetist and teacher Rena Kraut joins Learning to Listen to talk about music written for clarinet, from Mozart to Larsen!
2013 had several outstanding orchestral scores for video games. Over the next four weeks, you'll hear from five of them, starting with number 5.
You'll hear a special song cycle on Learning to Listen, the influential "Winterreise" by Franz Schubert. Also, what's a song cycle?
You're invited to a performance by the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota with special guest, pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute. The program includes the Brahms Piano Quintet and a stunning Partita for Violin and Piano by Polish composer Witold Lutoslawski, Sunday, Dec. 8, at 4 p.m., at Sundin Hall, Hamline University.
It's a game about love, and flowers, and flying, and nature... and there's great music too. Composer Vincent Diamante talks about "Flower" on Top Score.