The included works are among thousands found, over the past three decades, by the Italian pianist Francesco Lotoro.
It’s the strange twists of fate, and the topsy-turvy themes behind the jingle that most strongly evokes the Purim story.
Michael Landers, a former national table tennis champion is set to appear in his New York Philharmonic debut on February 20.
“My first memories were going to the ‘Young People’s Concerts,’ just being around the musicians as they staggered in early in the morning.”
There’s knowing all the lyrics to “Somewhere”; then there’s throwing a two-year global festival honoring the centennial of Leonard Bernstein’s birth.
Vysotsky’s lyrics speak with the voices of outlaws and thieves, of soldiers like his father and of the working people of Moscow.
The one silver lining to this unfortunate news is that Diamond says he plans to remain active in writing and recording.
“BANG!” paints a colorful tale of a man driven equally by an intense love of music and a nagging awareness of his own mortality.
Some estimates put the ratio of Christmas songs to Jewish composers at 50 percent. If you consider the top 20 most popular songs, it’s even higher.
How should those who distribute and consume art deal with the artistic legacy of someone accused of sexual harassment and assault?5
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