The Romantic Piano : April 2013

Felix Mendelssohn: a 19th Century Mozart

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mendelssohn lived only until the age of 38. Yet few artists ever worked harder for the good of the art of music, said David Dubal. This week's episode features his contributions to the piano.

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Felix Mendelssohn: The Beau Brummel of Composers

Thursday, April 18, 2013

On this edition of The Romantic Piano, David Dubal focuses on Felix Mendelssohn, the elfin spirit of Romanticism's wings. Robert Schumann deftly called him the Mozart of the 19th century.

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Franz Schubert, Party Animal?

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tonight at 8 pm, host David Dubal considers Franz Schubert's songs and small piano pieces, many composed for poetry readings, charades and dancing.

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Franz Schubert: The Lyric Bard of the Piano

Thursday, April 04, 2013

In this re-broadcast of the 13-week series that first aired last year, David Dubal features Schubert performances by Claudio Arrau, Dino Lipatti, Radu Lupu and others.

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