Oct 13, 2011

Get Noticed on ClassicalWeekly.com!

ClassicalWeekly.com is looking to showcase new talent!

In addition to our weekly posting of unbeatable Classical Music excerpts, we’ve decided that it’s time to expand ClassicalWeekly.com to include up-and-coming composers and performers, too.   Up until now we were releasing a suggested Classical masterpiece on or about each Friday.  We are now planning to add an New Artist feature where each week (or thereabouts) we will also showcase a new Classical Music or Opera performer, conductor or composer.

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Oct 10, 2011

iTunes Classical Music eBook 3rd Ed. Now Available

After receiving much user feedback, a the new-and-improved 3rd Edition of our iTunes Classical Music eBook, “A Digital Workflow for Classical Music and Opera CDs” is now on sale. The most significant addition to the Third Edition is the inclusion of an iTunes-Only Workflow. Continue reading »

Dec 9, 2011

Mozart: Concerto for Two Pianos K.365 – Third Movement

Comment: Mozart never gets old, and I can listen to this work over and over again. The pianos are masterful and this concerto is a piece that’s not to miss.

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Oct 14, 2011

Mozart: Clarinet Concerto – 3rd Movement

Comment: Arguably one of the preeminent works for Clarinet, Mozart’s famous Clarinet Concerto in A Major doesn’t disappoint.  For bonus points you should also check out the Clarinet Quintet.

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Oct 1, 2011

Bellini – “Casta Diva” – Norma

Comment: There are many composers out there with works that are part of the standard repertoire, yet don’t always get the popularity they deserve, remaining in the shadows of operatic greats such as Mozart and Wagner.  Vincenzo Bellini was a talented composer for opera, and “Casta Diva” from his opera, Norma, is an example of some of the master work you find when you did a little deeper into Classical Music.

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