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Paul Paray (photo: Bob Martin)

Paul Paray Leads L’Orchestre Philharmonique De Radio France – 1960-1973- Episode 2 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Paul Paray – L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France – 1960-1973 – Episode 2 – France Musique – The second installment of the wonderful five-part series on the legendary Paul Paray and his relationship with the ORTF Orchestra (L’Orchestra Philharmonique de Radio France as it’s called now), during the years 1960-1973....

Edouard Lalo

The Busque-Bouquet-Lemaire Trio Play Music Of Lalo – 1954 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Lalo – Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello – Hélèle Busque, piano – Paule Bouquet, violin – Jules Lemaire, cello – Paris Radio session – circa 1954 – ORTF – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Music of Edouard Lalo this weekend. His trio for Piano, Violin and Cello featuring Hélène...

Paul Paray

Paul Paray Leads L’Orchestre Philharmonique De Radio France – 1964-1972 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Paul Paray with L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France – Retrospective Program #1 – 2014 – Radio France Musique- Paul Paray in concert with the Radio France Philharmonic in the first of a series of programs produced by France Musique in 2014 featuring the legendary conductor leading the orchestra during his...

Denis Mtsuev - in recital from Paris - 2012

Denis Matsuev – In Recital From Paris – 2012 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Denis Matsuev – in recital from Paris – Recorded May 15, 2012 – Radio France Musique – Become a Patron! Russian pianist Denis Matsuev in recital this week. Recorded live at Théåtre des Champs Elysées in Pari on April 12, 2012 by the venerable Radio France Musique. Here’s what’s on...

Christophe - (1945-2020)

Christophe – In Concert From Rome – 2014 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Tribute Edition (RIP: Christophe – 1945-2020)

Christophe – In Concert from Villa Aperta, Rome – 2014 – Radio France International – Become a Patron! Another sad and painful blow to the music world this week. News of the death yesterday (April 16th) of legendary French singer-songwriter, best known for his ballads “Aline” and “Les Mots Bleus,”...

Renaud Capuçon - in concert - 2011

Renaud Capuçon With Kristjan Järvi And The Gstaad Festival Orchestra In Concert – 2011 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Orchestre du Festival de Gstaad – Kristjan Järvi, cond. – Renaud Capuçon, violin – August 18, 2011 – Radio France Musique – Music from the 2011 Chaise-Dieu Festival, recorded by Radio France Musique on August 18, 2011 with the Orchestre du Festival de Gstaad conducted by Kristjan Järvi and featuring...

Marlon Titre - in recital 2010

Marlon Titre – Guitar Recital – 2010 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Marlon Titre – guitar recital – Théåtre des Abbesses – November 20, 2010 – Radio France Musique – Become a Patron! Guitar virtuoso Marlon Titre in recital this week. Recorded live at Théåtre des Abbesses on November 20, 2010 by Radio France Musique it features a program of music by...

Eugène Bigot - ORTF Orchestra

Music Of Cesar Franck – ORTF Opera Orchestra, Eugène Bigot – 1963 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Cesar Franck – Redemption (excerpts from 2nd Half) – ORTF Choir, Opera Orchestra – Clara Newman, mezzo-soprano – Eugène Bigot, conductor – French Radio broadcast – circa 1963 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Over to Paris this weekend for the music of Cesar Franck as performed by the ORTF...

March 20, 1939 – Voices Of Spring – Diplomacy In Overtime – The League Of Germanism

Become a Patron! As tensions increased throughout Europe, this first day of Spring in 1939, life for the most part was making a heroic attempt at seeming normal. For the first of two reports for this day, the English Service of Paris Radio was reporting on the upcoming departure of...

Pascal String Quartet

Quatuor Pascal Play Music Of Raymond Charpentier – 1958 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Raymond Charpentier – Enluminures – Quatuor Pascal – Recorded at ORTF Studios, Paris – 1958 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! Music of Raymond Charpentier this weekend, as performed by Quatuor Pascal and recorded for broadcast by the ORTF in Paris in 1958. An all but forgotten...