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Naxos Classical Spotlight

Naxos Classical Spotlight explores the world of classical music. Along the way host Raymond Bisha shares the stories about the music, and the musicians who make it.

Tracks

Versatilité sans frontières. Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint–Georges (1745–1799). 07:00 09/10/2021
String Quartets from Jurgis Karnavicius 12:15 08/27/2021
Jazz idioms, classical structures. Symphonic works by Nikolai Kapustin (1937–2020). 05:15 08/13/2021
Music of Brazil. The Villa-Lobos violin sonatas. 20:01 07/23/2021
Camille Saint-Saëns. A symphonic collection. 25:21 07/16/2021
The Power of Tower 20:05 07/09/2021
Anne-Louise Brillon de Jouy (1744-1824). Piano sonata premieres. 20:01 06/18/2021
Dancing elegance, melodic flow. Overtures by Daniel-François-Esprit Auber. 20:01 05/28/2021
Introducing guitarist Mabel Millán. From lyrical beauty to dramatic virtuosity. 20:01 05/14/2021
Music networking on the Inca Trails. 20:01 04/23/2021
Archivo de Guatemala. Where indigenous styles meet courtly life. 27:38 04/09/2021
Colour-contrast-surprise. The symphonies of John Abraham Fisher (1744-1806) 20:01 03/26/2021
Colour-contrast-surprise. The symphonies of John Abraham Fisher (1744-1806) 20:01 03/26/2021
Piano music by Aram Il’yich Khachaturian (1903-1978), ‘mouthpiece of the entire Soviet Orient’. 20:01 03/12/2021
Villa-Lobos and the art of choral transcription. 20:01 02/26/2021
Orchestral works by Žibouklé Martinaityté – a textural magician. 20:03 02/12/2021
Hit and bliss. Dame Evelyn Glennie performs mallet percussion concertos. 20:01 01/22/2021
The art and craft of John Adams. 20:01 01/08/2021
Bruckner’s Latin motets. Devotions of distinction. 20:01 01/01/2021
Vítězslav Novák. Orchestral Works Vol. 1 20:02 12/25/2020
Bernard Herrmann in the round 19:57 12/11/2020
Simply unmissable 19:17 11/23/2020
From elegance to wild abandon. Corelli & Co. 20:03 10/23/2020
New medium. Same magic. Bach’s cello suites transcribed. 20:03 10/09/2020
Found in Translation. 20:03 10/02/2020
Music by Hans Rott (1858-1884). A legacy of powerful potential. 20:01 09/25/2020
Peter Breiner’s Slovak Dances, Naughty and Sad 20:01 09/11/2020
Music for wind band by Kenneth Fuchs. 20:33 09/04/2020
Kastalsky’s Requiem for Fallen Brothers receives a poignant Resurrection. 20:01 08/28/2020
Ludwig van Beethoven. Works for chamber ensemble. 20:01 07/24/2020