Friday Favorites: Richard La Jeunesse: KORNGOLD Violin Concerto - Each week we take time to get to know the listener next door, and we enjoy one of his/her favorite classical compositions.
BYU School of Music On-Air: FERKO O vis aeternitatis, from Hildegard Triptych - BYU Singers - Ronald Staheli, conductor (Recorded 2/17/2012)
Friday Favorites: Jeff Edwards: MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition - Each week we take time to get to know the listener next door, and we enjoy one of his/her favorite classical compositions.
Performance Today: This daily program features selections from concerts by today's artists, recorded live in concert halls around the globe. Also interviews, news, and features. For playlist, visit www.performancetoday.org.
Thinking Aloud: Learning How to Die in the Anthropocene - Anthropocene, n.: The name for the new geologic epoch marked by our impact on the planet / a mark that will endure in the geologic record long after our cities have crumbled. George Handley from the BYU College of Humanities and Steven Peck from the BYU College of Life Sciences discuss what it means to be a human in the face of the seemingly inevitable end of humanity.
BYU School of Music On-Air: GIBSON Resting in the Peace of His Hands - BYU Wind Symphony - Donald Peterson, conductor(Recorded 2/15/2012)
Exploring Music: St. Matthew Passion - Composed in 1727, it’s one of two surviving settings of the last days of Jesus Christ composed by J.S. Bach. We’ll explore the history of this masterpiece and sample different recordings. Playlist information available at exploringmusic.wfmt.com