On this episode Empy and Mazzy talks about Joseph Haydn, the Father of String Quartets (but not String Theory) and listens to his work, Emperor or String Quartet opus 76, no. 3 as played by Zagreb Quartet.
Today Empy and Mazzy travels to… THE ISLE OF THE DEAD! Rachmaninoff’s famous piece gets the now legendary Empy treatment while Mazzy tries to remain relevant.
This episode we will spare you the ramblings and just play some music. The Rachmaninov episode will follow next week. The music is as follows:Johannes Brahms – Tragic Ouverture op. 81Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – String Quartet no. 15 in D minor, K. 421Alexander Borodin – In The Steppes of Central AsiaFelix Mendelssohn – The Hebrides…
This episode it’s time for Mazzy’s favourite piece of classical music ever, Prokofiev’s ‘Dance of the Knights’ from the ballet ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
In this episode of A Minor Podcast, the best podcast in the world about classical music, host Empy and producer Mazzy takes a leisurely ride down The Blue Danube.
Empy and Mazzy are back with more outrageously clever thoughts on classical music. This time the focus is on concertos exemplified by Mozart’s Horn Concerto no. 4 as played by Dennis Brain.
Empy and Mazzy talk about active listening, the sound and use of different instruments related mostly to the classic symphony orchestra and their personal approach.They’re also trying out a new format of recording, it’s glitches galore!
Sonata Pathétique, as you may know it. Full piece, no ramblings:https://youtu.be/7eYktxvczjw Peanuts – Sonata no. 8https://youtu.be/aF9jBqD3Dlw
Host Empy and producer Mazzy discusses the choral works of Renaissance composer Thomas Tallis.
It’s time for the skilled host Empy and her barely coherent producer Mazzy to look at one of the most beloved pieces of classical music, Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Ouverture.(It’s the one with the cannons!)