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Thomas Wikman discusses Music of the Baroque with Studs Terkel. They also discuss composers, musical talent in Chicago, musical instruments, opera, and the history of Baroque music.
The Emerson String Quartet's members Eugene Drucker (violin), Lawrence Dutton (viola), David Finckel (violoncello), and Philip Setzer (violin) discuss their past work, scheduled performances, and musical techniques.
Presenting selections from the Arabesque recording of Dmitrii Shostakovich's composition "Symphony no. 1, op. 10 Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings, op. 35; Three movements from The Age of Gold ballet suite: op.22," with the conductor of the recorded
Presenting music with the Burgundian Consort; , Warren Luther, John Pellegrin and Albert Rawlins, Ronald Renbeck, Richard Simons.
Presenting music with Christa Ludwig and Walter Berry.
Presenting music with flutist and guitarist Arthur Lauer and guitarist Pat Ferreri
Studs Terkel interviews soprano Teresa Stich-Randall. This is an interview done in two parts.
Studs Terkel interviews soprano Teresa Stich-Randall about her musical performances of Don Giovanni. Some of the interview is spoken in German.
Soprano Teresa Stich-Randall continues to talk about how much she loves music. When asked what her favorite role was, she didn't have an answer because she loves them all. Stich-Randall explained that the love of music, it's a international language. Even when people speak different languages, the love of music, is universal.
Soprano Teresa Stich-Randall said she spent the last 12 years on tour, mostly on the European continent. Stich-Randall said her mother prayed for a baby girl could become an opera singer. Her piano teacher guided Teresa until she was 10 years old and then she entered into the conservatory of music