16 results
The “Bolero”, originally composed as a ballet, is Maurice Ravel's most successful work at all. The world famous melody of the “Bolero” has been featured in popular music, motion pictures and even video games. Pianist and writer Paul Roberts vividly…
Length
15 mins
Prog. No.
5610
The most spectacular concert of African music ever staged, featuring nothing but Africa’s finest musicians performing before an audience of more than 50,000 at the recent AFRICA LIVE Roll Back Malaria Concert in Dakar, Senegal. Artists include…
Length
27 mins
Prog. No.
7302
The Latvian Radio Choir under Sigvards Klava performs Johann Sebastian Bach's Motet "Komm, Jesu, komm, mein Leib ist müde" in the beautiful atmosphere of the Riga Dome Cathedral.
Length
11 mins
Prog. No.
5081
Short film on Stockhausen’s «Kontakte» as part of the «Sonic Images» project. The composition Kontakte was written in 1959/90. It focuses on the relationship between electronic sounds and the acoustic sounds of piano and percussion instruments. The…
Length
15 mins
Prog. No.
7751
Music by Diderik Wagenaar interpreted by the Schönberg Ensemble set against superb images by Frank Scheffer.
Length
10 mins
Prog. No.
7752
Charlie Parker and Leonard Bernstein, Steve Reich and Philip Glass all praised the blind vagabond Moondog as one of the great musical visionaries of our century.
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
1136
Germany has a thousand different faces. Cities like Dresden, Leipzig, Berlin, Cologne or Munich each have their own musical traditions. With music by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, E.T.A. Hoffmann and others. 26 episodes from 6 - 12 minutes.
Length
22 mins
Prog. No.
1100
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
5500
Eighteen music clips, 7-8 minutes each, for all occasions. Something for everybody, from the likes of Johann Strauss, Haydn, Mozart, Ravel, Bach, Albéniz, Scott Joplin and many other renowned composers.
Length
15 mins
Prog. No.
0604
This recording captures a spontaneous piano duo in the Munich Philharmonie, which clearly illustrates the common background of these two pianists in the Vienna of the 1940s and '50s.
Length
9 mins
Prog. No.
6277