NPR - Classical
NPR - Classical is a English-speaking media specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, NPR - Classical is a qualified source of soclassiq, like My Classical Notes or Lucid Culture and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2007-01-01. Since then, a total of 1847 articles have been written and published by NPR - Classical.
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The last article in NPR - Classical, "Watch A Massive Violin Transport Musicians Down Venice's Grand Canal", is dated 2021-09-20. By 2020, this source had published 123 articles (82 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, NPR - Classical has published an average of 10 articles per month.
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The wooden vessel is called "Noah's Violin." As it floated through Venice's Grand Canal on Saturday, members of the string quartet on board serenaded viewers with their own (real) instruments.
For a taste of the pianist's technique, here's a lighter mood from Shostakovich that sparkles with interlocking inner voices that ripple as clear as a mountain stream.
On his new album, Mozart & Contemporaries, the deep-thinking pianist from Iceland aims to debunk the image of Amadeus as the giggling savant by contrasting his music with that of his peers.
With bold harmonies, pointillist texture and winding rhythms, Ólafsson's composition offers — in less than two minutes — a distinctly modern sound that looks toward the future.
With sets shipped from Europe stuck on a boat that can't dock because of coronavirus disruption, LA Opera went to work building new sets, cramming months of work into ten days.
Greek composer and politician Mikis Theodorakis has died. He was 96 years old. His music for Zorba the Greek was full of joy — but his own story was much more complicated.
A simple, wistful daydream of a piece that will make you wonder where this undervalued composer has been all your life.
Composer Tyshawn Sorey's symphonic salute to one of his mentors, For George Lewis, evolves gradually in tranquil, multi-textured waves of sound.
Imagine you're suspended in some primordial gas cloud where matter is transforming, regenerating, building toward the birth of a planet. That's what Enigma sounds like.