Kiri Te Kanawa travels the world of classical music. A trip to France finds Mozart writing a symphony for his Parisian audiences, while Offenbach is hailed as the "King of the Paris Boulevards".
Debussy's Clairde Lune casts a silvery light across the French countryside. The Halloween treat is Saint-Saens's Danse Macabre.
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Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus the latest music news and information.
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To millions around the world Oscar
Petersonisthe exemplaryjazz pianist. In her new six-part series fellow pianist and broadcaster
Marian McPartland presents a portrait of this jazz giant.
1: Those Montreal
Days. Featuring early influences Art Tatum , and Nat Cole, as well as Andre Previn and Dizzy Gillespie.
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