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Here are the top 5 classical music radio stations you can hear online, hand-chosen by an enthusiastic listener (me!)... BBC Radio 3. This world-famous UK classical music station is probably my favorite. I used to wake up each morning before school with some exciting classical piece playing right beside my head thanks to this station! Classical Music Radio Stations - The Best Online Classical Music Radio Stations - The Best Online
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György Sándor Ligeti (pronunciado lígueti) fue un gran compositor en avant-garde húngaro judío (que residió en Austria y luego se naturalizó), ampliamente considerado como uno de los más grandes compositores de música clásica (sobre todo instrumental) del siglo XX. Nació en Dicsőszentmárton (la actual Târnăveni en Rumania) el 28 de mayo de 1923 y falleció en Viena el 12 de junio de 2006. No sólo es conocido en los círculos musicales clásicos, sino también por el gran público, sobre todo gracias a que el director de cine Stanley Kubrick usó sus obras como parte de la banda sonora de varias de sus películas: 2001: Una odisea del espacio, El resplandor y Eyes Wide Shut. También es conocida su ópera Le Grand Macabre. Compositor de referente indiscutido dentro de la "micropolifonìa." Una obra en particular de su autorìa: Compositor Avant -Garde György Ligeti Compositor Avant -Garde György Ligeti
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Nicola Porpora (1686-1768) fue uno de los más de treinta compositores que pusieron en música la leyenda de Semiramide, llevada al libreto por Metastasio quien nos presenta ante una pléyade de reyes y príncipes, que se dan cita en Babilonia, el descubrimiento de la verdadera identidad de la reina asiria. Porpora, rival del mismísimo Händel en Londres, creó una soberbia ópera, que desgraciadamente dormía el sueño del olvido, repleta de preciosas arias con profusión de los diversos affetti y lucimiento vocal de los distintos personajes de deambulan por la obra: reina, amante, hermano, traidor… Fue estrenada en Venecia en 1729 con el mismísimo Farinelli en el cast. Semiramide, la de Porpora Semiramide, la de Porpora
‘Sesostri’ (Terradellas), lo nuevo de la RCOC | La Discoteca de HispaOpera Terradellas: Sesostri Sunhae Im, Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Kenneth Tarver, Tom Randle, Raffaella Milanesi (solistas). Real Compañía Opera de Cámara, Juan Bautista Otero (director) 3 CD – 2011 RCOC Orchestra RCOC – Harmonia Mundi Hace algo más de un año nos hacíamos eco en este blog del lanzamiento de una ópera del compositor barcelonés Doménec Terradellas (1713-1751), “Artaserse”, a cargo de la Real Compañía Opera de Cámara dirigida por Juan Bautista Otero. Ahora, se edita este excepcional (una vez más) trabajo de recuperación integral de un patrimonio riquísimo; el ‘corpus creativo de Terradellas’, tocándole el turno en esta ocasión a la ópera inédita ‘Sesostri, re d’Egitto’, compuesta en 1751 con libreto de Apostolo Zeno y Pietro Pariati para el carnaval de ese mismo año en el Teatro delle Dame de Roma y estrenada en Cataluña en el Teatre de la Santa Creu de Barcelona (agosto de 1754), siendo la primera ópera escrita por un catalán estrenada en Cataluña. ‘Sesostri’ (Terradellas), lo nuevo de la RCOC | La Discoteca de HispaOpera
“Paul’s Case” by Gregory Spears received its New York premiere Wednesday at the Prototype festival. The second annual Prototype festival opened Wednesday night with the New York premiere of Gregory Spears’ strong and polished chamber opera Paul’s Case at HERE, the co-producing theater. The piece is an adaptation by composer Spears, working with librettist Kathryn Walat, of Willa Cather’s short story of the same title. The subject is a young, arrogant man in Pittsburgh, who sees himself as meant for grander things in life. He feels unfettered by conventions of society, steals money from his employer and runs off to New York City to live what he imagines in his mind is an adventure. The libretto, which also interpolates texts from Stephen Crane, is finely made. The Classical Review CDs / DVDs » Blog Archive » TERRADELLAS Sesostri The Classical Review CDs / DVDs » Blog Archive » TERRADELLAS Sesostri
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