Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
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- New Classical Tracks - Exploring with the Viola
The viola doesn't often appear in a solo role, but David Aaron Carpenter is working to change that, on a new disc with three concertos, now recorded for the first time.July 31, 2012
- New Classical Tracks - Beethoven for All
This summer Daniel Barenboim has been conducting his first Beethoven symphony cycle in London. He's the first conductor since Henry Wood in 1942 to direct all nine symphonies in a single BBC Proms season. That orchestra has also recorded the nine symphonies, which have just been released as a box set.July 24, 2012
- New Classical Tracks - 1612 or 1812?
A new disc of sacred music from Italy includes multiple choirs, multiple organs, and even cannon blasts. Director Robert Hollingworth explains the story behind "1612 Italian Vespers."July 17, 2012
- New Classical Tracks - A Harpist's Album
Yolanda Kondonassis is one of America's foremost players of the harp. Her new discs compiles high points of two decades of making recordings.July 10, 2012
- New Classical Tracks: American Composer Richard Danielpour
American composer Richard Danielpour says it's difficult to remember all the works he's composed over the years; however, he'll never forget the composition he considers to be his first opus, a piece he wrote in 1988 titled "First Light."July 3, 2012