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Each instrument has at least one quality or characteristic that makes it different than the rest. Cellist Lynn Harrell says composers have used th...

Bought by WITF and WFCR


  • Added: Nov 02, 2006
  • Length: :28
  • Purchases: 2
Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
While most musicians genuinely believe their instrument is the closest sounding to the human voice, cellist Lynn Harrell makes a pretty convincing ...

Bought by KBYU/BYU Radio


  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :23
  • Purchases: 1
Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
Beethoven was one of the first composers to demonstrate the cello's wide range of expressive capabilities. But there was one characteristic Beetho...

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  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :26
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Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
The impressionist movement in music began in France during the late nineteenth century. Composers like Debussy rebelled against what they consider...

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  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :22
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Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
Cellist Lynn Harrell has played the Dvorak Cello Concerto throughout his career, and it's a work he continues to study. Before the cello's first e...

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  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :24
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Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
In music, and music schools worldwide, the teacher - student relationship can be a somewhat complicated matter. The traditional view is that the s...

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  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :31
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The cello is an upside down violin planted in the ground -- so says cellist Lynn Harrell. That makes the instrument the perfect foil for some tast...

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  • Added: Oct 30, 2006
  • Length: :28
  • Purchases: 2
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Cellist Lynn Harrell, like all serious musicians, dedicates himself to the music and it's composer. What sets him apart from some other musicians ...

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  • Added: Nov 01, 2006
  • Length: :28
  • Purchases: 2
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For your fundraising campaign, Cellist Lynn Harrell lists three reasons why he loves classical music, and asks your listeners to come up with their...

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  • Added: Dec 31, 2010
  • Length: :30
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Caption: Lynn Harrell, Credit: Christian Steiner
For your On-Air Fundraising: these pieces have been designed to give stations three options for using and creating a fundraising spot with a major ...

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  • Added: Dec 31, 2010
  • Length: 02:14
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Virtuoso Voices is a collection of timely and topical sound bites from classical music's leading performers. Each sound bite (or clip) will bring your listeners an insider's perspective to the classical music they enjoy on your station. Virtuoso Voices offers classical music announcers an additional way to enhance their breaks by using the voice of the artist whose recording they're about to play on their shift.

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158 Pieces

Virtuoso Voices offers you three types of classical music fundraising messages: Produced Funder Spots, Un-hosted Funders and Straight-read Funder Spots. All feature classical music's leading performers and conductors. Use these Funder Spots during your classical music fundraising shifts to add variety, credibility and authority to your on-air fundraising sound. The Virtuoso Voices Funders Series includes Gil Shaham, Joshua Bell, Hilary Hahn, Evelyn Glennie, Stephen Hough, Richard Stoltzman, Yolanda Kondonassis, Andrew Litton, Leila Josefowicz, Roy Goodman, Murray Perahia, Emanuel Ax, Andre Watts, the Canadian Brass, Riccardo Muti, Menahem Pressler, Garrick Ohlsson, Marin Alsop, Sharon Isbin and many others.

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Hosted by Bill McGlaughlin, 13-week series bringing you music from the acclaimed chamber music series in the Coolidge Auditorium at the Library of Congress in Washington D. C.

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The Art Works Podcast is produced weekly by the National Endowment for the Arts. It goes behind the scenes with some of the nation's great artists to explore how art works. New shows are posted on Thursdays. Find out more at arts.gov