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1. radiOM.org - Selected Songs by Erik Satie [5.056% Popularity: 0.00000]
Selected Songs by Erik Satie Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 57 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA From a program first broadcast in 1969, Howard Hersh introduces a veritable cornucopia of songs composed by Erik Satie, with a sprinkling of Satie’s solo piano music and a song cycle by his friend Claude Debussy included for added seasoning. Although Satie is perhaps best known for his serene works for solo piano as well as his many dramatic works, he also produced a selection of song cycles and cabaret songs. While motivated by the fees such popular songs demanded in turn of the 20th century Paris Satie did not stint on the quality, and his cabaret songs are still as delightful to the ear as when they were first performed in the cafe’s of the French capital. For this program the performers are Anna Carol Dudley, soprano and Nathan Schwartz, piano. Musical Selections: Je Te Veux, for soprano and piano [excerpt, text by Henry Pacory] (ca. 1901) (1:10) / Erik Satie -- Mercure, a ballet [Overtur...
2. radiOM.org - A Visit With Povla Frijsh (1953) [5.037% Popularity: 0.00000]
A Visit With Povla Frijsh (1953) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 96 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Recorded on March 7, 1953, this is an interview with Povla Frijsh, one of the finest art song interpreters of the early 20th century. Following this historical conversation, selected recorded works illustrating Ms. Frijsh’s mastery of the art song are heard, as well as a smaller selection of art songs performed by Lorri Lail. Paula Frisch (she later changed the spelling of her last name), was born in Denmark in 1881, the daughter of a physician. She first studied piano and musical theory at the Copenhagen Conservatory before going on to study singing with Jean Périer and Sarah de Lalande in Paris. She toured thought Europe and the United States and was often accompanied by pianist Alfred Cortot. Ms. Frijsh occasionally appeared on the operatic stage and during World War I she gained popularity for singing for the French soldiers. In 1940 she came to New York City where she t...
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