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Caption: Sarah Chang
How does the musical life of a child prodigy begin? For Sarah Chang, playing the violin was simply a hobby. Use this 24 second clip to introduce ...

Bought by WITF and WFCR


  • Added: Mar 28, 2007
  • Length: :25
  • Purchases: 2
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For your Fundraising campaign, violinist Sarah Chang invites your listeners to support classical music on your station. Use this 12 second clip as...

Bought by KVNO, WMNR, and WEKU


  • Added: Dec 31, 2010
  • Length: :12
  • Purchases: 3
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Audiences are thrilled by young musicians, especially child prodigies who toss off virtuosic phrases with childlike ease and exuberance. Violinist...

Bought by WITF and WFCR


  • Added: Mar 28, 2007
  • Length: :30
  • Purchases: 2
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Calling a political opponent a "flip-flopper" is one of the more frequently heard accusations heard on the campaign trail. While changing one's vi...

  • Added: Mar 31, 2008
  • Length: :22
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With her constant jet setting from state to state, and continent to continent, violinist Sarah Chang says she's become a "frequent flyer mileage qu...

  • Added: Mar 31, 2008
  • Length: :24
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Overnight success does happen but it's more myth than reality. Violinist Sarah Chang made her debut when she was 8 years old. Her success that ev...

Bought by WITF and WFCR


  • Added: Mar 28, 2007
  • Length: :18
  • Purchases: 2
Caption: Sarah Chang
Practice, attention to detail, thinking, trying out new ideas… more practicing – that's what violinist Sarah Chang does to prepare for a concert. ...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2009
  • Length: :23
Caption: Richard Stoltzman
Reality checks are healthy and provide valuable perspective. But they can also be shocking, surprising and really knock us off our feet. Violinis...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2009
  • Length: :26
Caption: Sarah Chang
In the middle of her busy international career, and a somewhat hectic concert season, violinist Sarah Chang took a moment along the way to stop, sm...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2009
  • Length: :24
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Vivaldi wrote his set of violin concertos, known as the "Four Seasons," for the orchestra at an all-girls school and orphanage. For violinist Sara...

Bought by WEKU


  • Added: Mar 31, 2008
  • Length: :23
  • Purchases: 1
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The cynical judgment often leveled against Vivaldi is he wrote the same concerto 100 times. Vivaldi fans respond to that charge with varying degre...

Bought by WEKU


  • Added: Mar 31, 2008
  • Length: :22
  • Purchases: 1
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The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra plays to the beat of a different conductor - they don't have one. Each member is a conductor or a "leader" as they p...

  • Added: Mar 31, 2008
  • Length: :22
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642 Pieces

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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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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The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra goes conductor-less. Multiple players lead the orchestra in any given piece. When they're joined by a soloist, like...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2008
  • Length: :28
Caption: Richard Stoltzman
It's not a "given" that the instrument a famous musician plays today was the very first instrument they played. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma's first instrumen...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2009
  • Length: :20
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The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra goes conductor-less; they determine their musical interpretations amongst themselves. While that approach is somethi...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2008
  • Length: :21
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Working without a conductor creates both creative and practical challenges for an orchestra: how do you get the music started? For the conductor-...

  • Added: Apr 30, 2008
  • Length: :32
Caption: Menahem Pressler
In his 60 plus years of playing chamber music, pianist Menahem Pressler has seen just about everything – including a point in time when chamber mus...

Bought by KBYU/BYU Radio


  • Added: Mar 31, 2010
  • Length: :24
  • Purchases: 1
Caption: Rafal Blechacz, Credit: Felix Broede-DG
With Rafal Blechacz's recording of piano sonatas by Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn, the Polish pianist likes to mention that of these three most influ...

  • Added: Apr 27, 2010
  • Length: :26
Caption: Andrew Litton, Credit: Steve J. Sherman
There's a lot to hear in George Gershwin's music. Gershwin fan and conductor Andrew Litton says you can enjoy the music on its face or sonic value...

Bought by KBYU/BYU Radio


  • Added: Jul 25, 2009
  • Length: :22
  • Purchases: 1
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The "Meditation" from the Opera, "Thais", is the only moment we know from this all but forgotten opera by Jules Massenet. Today, the "Meditation" ...

Bought by WITF, WFCR, and WFSU


  • Added: Jan 01, 2007
  • Length: :23
  • Purchases: 3
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85 Pieces

This series profiles the legends and legacy of jazz. Hosted by Nancy Wilson, each episode brings to life the vibrant history of the genre through music, interviews, and commentary.

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Song Travels is a one-hour series from NPR and South Carolina ETV Radio, hosted by five-time Grammy-nominated performer Michael Feinstein. In each program, Feinstein sits down with a musical guest to explore American Popular Song and the intimate journey singers and songs take together. Each program features an even mix of conversation and musical performances by the guests and Feinstein.

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A grab bag of musicians muse about the creative and mundane aspecs of their lives. WXPN's Tracey Tanenbaum hosts this ongoing five minute weekly series

  • From: WXPN
  • Updated: Apr 17, 2008