Piano Concertos

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Monday, September 30, 2013

The piano concerto is one of the most beloved genres of the concert hall. After all, it was the thundering virtuosity of some of the great composer/pianists that gave rise to music’s first superstars. This week, host Bill McGlaughlin explores their world and the great music they produced.

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Comments [3]

AnneMoore from WNED

The piano concerto music is just gorgeous. Thanks for choosing it as a topic. The performers, the great orchestras provide themost sensitive and olorful music ! Yum!

Oct. 02 2013 11:45 AM
monty from Brooklyn

That's correct, John. Are you people WQXR stupid or just careless? Where are the piano concertos???

Sep. 30 2013 11:58 PM
John Clark from New Jersey

I think you're playing the wrong program. Instead of 'Piano Concerti', you seem to be repeating a program from last week. This isn't the first time you've done that with this program. Such an error is careless, sloppy and unprofessional in the extreme!

Sep. 30 2013 11:38 PM

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