Interview Date: July 8, 2011 @11am EDT
Special Guest: Country Hall of Fame Artist Ray Price (recorded July 8, 2011). In this podcast we finish our interview with Ray Price by talking about the studio, "New Country", and his insightful thoughts on computers and the internet. He also gives a heartfelt story about his good friend Hank Williams Sr.
It can't be said any simpler, or stronger than to say that Texans love their music. Texas is home to SXSW and Austin City Limits. National Public Radio co-produces a weekly program, This Week in Texas Music History. There are many ways and means for Texans to show their love for the music that comes out of Texas. Even the Governor of Texas (the republican nomination hopeful Rick Perry) is sure to include his name on the Texas Music Office website in big letters. There you can even buy a Texas Music licence plate in homage to the pioneers of Texas' musical history
S01 Ep05 (4 of 4) - Getting into the Head and Heart of Maestro John Morris RussellSpecial Guest: The great Maestro John Morris Russell and I finish off by looking at some of the giants of conducting. Mr. Russell also goes into great detail to explain the conception, some believe, that Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern painted music into a corner.
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Bartók, Béla Viktor János / Concerto for Orchestra – Fritz Reiner; Chicago Symphony Orchestra (RCA Victor LM-1934) – This is a truly amazing Symphonic record. This highly sought after LP has been talked about since the day it was released in 1956. An interesting side note to this, Bartok’s final work; in the Concerto for Orchestra’s (fourth movement), called Intermezzo interrotto is known as being a scathing political statement about Shostakovich’s Symphony No.7. Bartok was infuriated at the media attention Shostakovich’s Symphony No.7 (Leningrad) got from Arturo Toscanini conducting it on July 19, 1942 (in fact it became so famous that Shostakovich landed on the front cover of Time Magazine) 1,2(Another recording to look for is