The Blue of the Night with Carl Corcoran

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    Oct 22: Midweek Blue has Keith Jarrett in a couple of settings - solo piano for some Shostakovich; multi-instrumental for the 1986 album "No-End" and in the famous Standard Trio Setting; a Piano Concerto by Shostakovich and glorious choral from Rachmaninov; Kurt Weill sings and so too does Theo Bleckmann; Noel Kelehan leads his ensemble from the recent re-release "Ozone" - the subject of a Lyric Feature this Friday; more from  Franz Liszt  who is in the Blue Tunes spotlight - see Blue Tunes below; For these and more join Carl at 10pm...

    The Blue of the Night with Carl Corcoran Wednesday 29 January 2014

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    Monteverdi's musical style marked a transition from Renaissance to Baroque. Hear his motets, madrigals and vespers all this week on Blue.

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    Franz Liszt: Oct 20th - 26th 

    Franz Liszt is remembered as a virtuoso. Much of his self-composed concert repertoire is considered to be the most technically-difficult music written for piano. In the week of the anniversary of his birth, we feature Liszt's late career compositions, including low-key pieces for cello and piano performed by, amongst others, Paul Lewis, Nikolai Lugansky, Pascal Amoyel and Emmanuelle Bertrand.

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