S. Stasov

Happy Birthday Gustav Mahler, Counter Culture Hero (July 7, 1860 – May 18, 1911) – S. Stasov

Happy Birthday Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky! (May 7, 1840 – Nov. 6, 1893)

Happy Birthday Paul Robeson! (April 9, 1898 – January 23, 1976)

Happy Birthday Johann Sebastian Bach!

Happy Birthday Rimsky-Korsakov!

March 7, 1994 Supreme Court Decision Says Parody is Fair Use! Celebrate with Dylan and Al Yankovic

Franz Schubert’s Ständchen

Happy Birthday Rossini!

Feb. 26 Horowitz at the White House

West-Eastern Divan Orchestra performs Tchaikovsky’s Pathétique Symphony No. 6

Happy Belated Birthday, Franz Schubert! January 31, 1792 – 

Belated Happy Birthday Wilhelm Furtwängler! (Jan. 25 1886 – Nov. 30, 1954)

Happy Birthday, Mozart!

Happy Birthday George Balanchine!

How Did Mozart Really Die?

Happy Birthday (we think), Beethoven!

Government violence toward peaceful demonstrators is not new: the American military assault on the Bonus Army 1932

Dec. 10, 1967 Otis Redding’s plane crashes in Lake Monona

Happy Birthday, Jean Sibelius! (Dec. 8, 1865 – Sep. 20, 1957)

220th Anniversary of Mozart’s Death

The Only Footage of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes Discovered Mislabeled in Film Archive  

Rudolph Nureyev Put Beauty of the Male Body In Spotlight

Happy Birthday Friedrich Nietzche!

Maria Yudina Contra Stalin 

Beethoven Rolls Over In His Grave as Furtwängler Shakes Hands With Goebbels Following Magnificent Performance of 9th Symphony 1942

Happy Birthday, Dmitri Shostakovich!

The REAL Death Panel – the GOP

David Munrow and the Early Music Movement 

Something There is That Doesn’t Love a Wall: Mstislav Rostropovich Plays Bach
Cello Suites During the Fall of the Berlin Wall 1989 

Marian Anderson Breaks the Color Barier 1939

Daniel Barenboim and His Project of Mutual Understanding: The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra “We are an orchestra against ignorance”

The Right Wing Wants to Do Away with Art – It Will Never Happen. Art
Belongs to the People! 

The REAL Black Swan – Maya Plisetskaya 1947 Debut

La Divina: Maria Callas live in Verdi’s Il Trovatore 1958

Defrag with Glenn Gould’s Bach

Mozart: Political Subversive Overture to The Marriage of Figaro

The Enchanting David Oistrakh Performs Debussy’s Clair de lune

Sviatoslav Richter Confronts Chopin Etudes: Mastery, Passion, and Poetry

Music and Politics – Do They Mesh?

The Four Last Songs of Richard Strauss: A Guide for the Listener

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  1. Pingback: Happy Birthday Friedrich Nietzsche! | ForwardSeeking

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