Weekend Gramophone

Francis Poulen

Claude Helfer And The Paris Wind Ensemble Play Music Of Francis Poulenc – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Francis Poulenc – Sextet For Winds and Piano – Paris Wind Ensemble -Claude Helfer, Piano – ORTF Studio – 1953 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Every penny counts. Seriously: Become a Patron! The music of Francis Poulenc this weekend. His Sextet for Wind Ensemble and Piano featuring the Paris...

Robert Herberigs

Belgian National Radio Symphony And Daniel Sternefeld Play Music Of Robert Herberigs – 1949 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Robert Herberigs – Anthony and Cleopatra – Belgian National Radio Symphony – Daniel Sternefeld, Cond. – 1948 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – If you like what Past Daily is all about, help keep it going: Become a Patron! The music of Robert Herberigs this weekend. Probably a name which...

Jean Francaix

French National Orchestra Wind Ensemble Play Music Of Francaix – 1956 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Jean Francaix – Quintet For Wind Ensemble – French National Wind Ensemble – Paris Radio – 1956 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! French rarities this weekend, by way of the ORTF broadcast recordings of the 1950s. This one features the French National Orchestra Wind Ensemble: Jules...

Roland Manuel

Music Of Roland Manuel – French Radio – 1954 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Roland Manuel – Isabelle and Pantelon – excerpts – Soloists, chorus and Orchestra of French Radio – Georges Delerue, cond. – 1954 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – One thin Dollar goes a long way: Become a Patron! Music of Roland Manuel this weekend. Hardly a household name and one...

Horatio Parker - Choral Works

Turn-Of-The-Century American Music For Choir – 1944 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

American Music For Choir – Music Of The New World – August 3, 1944 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! During the years of World War 2, one of the essential morale builders was a focus on all things American; American values, American spirit and American Music....

Dr. Frank Black

Dr. Frank Black And The NBC Symphony Play American Music Of The 19th Century – 1943 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Christopher Meineke: Railroad March – James M. Deems – Telegraph Quick-Step – NBC Symphony – Dr. Frank Black – February 4, 1943 -Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! Names most people don’t know anymore – one; Dr. Frank Black, was something of a multi-tasker. He was Music Director...

Kurt Weil - Down in the Valley

Kurt Weil: Down in The Valley – Original TV Cast – 1950 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Kurt Weil – Down In The Valley – Original NBC-TV Cast – 1950 – RCA-Victor album LM-16 – Become a Patron! A 29 minute dose of 20th century American Folk-Drama as envisioned by a razor-sharp German Expressionist. Kurt Weil, who gained world-wide recognition with Three-Penny Opera produced a very healthy...

Julius Baker

Julius Baker – Music Of Charles Tomlinson Griffes – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Charles Tomlinson Griffes – Poem For Flute And Orchestra – Julius Baker, Flute – Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Saidenberg – Decca (U.S.) – DL-4013. Become a Patron! Music of Charles Tomlinson Griffes this weekend, as performed by the legendary American Flautist Julius Baker, accompanied by Daniel Saidenberg leading an...

Yella Pessl - Harpsichord

Yella Pessl Plays Music Of Alexander Reinagle – 1945 – Past Daily Sunday Gramophone

The music of American composer Alexander Reinagle performed by the legendary Austrian Harpsichordist Yela Pessl from this radio broadcast, Music Of The New World from January 1945. The Austrian-born American harpsichordist, pianist and organist, Yella Pesssl (real name: Gabriella Pessl Sobotka), studied at the State Academy of Music in Vienna....

Frank Pelleg plays de Falla

Frank Pelleg Plays Music Of De Falla – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Manuel de Falla – Fantasia Baetica- Frank Pelleg, Piano – 1953 -Concert Hall Society release #G-16 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron and enjoy freebies: Become a Patron! Maybe not so rare or underrated, the music of Manuel de Falla, although not a staple in the concert...