The Lost Chord
Ross Amico is your host for The Lost Chord, heard Sundays at 10 pm (with a repeat Thursday at 11 pm.) The Lost Chord explores the unusual, the forgotten and the extraordinary in the world of classical music, plus occasional interviews to bring a subject alive.
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Giving Kay his Say - The life and music of Ulysses Kay
Down Under (the Weather) - An escape from North American winter to Australian summer
Grand Opera to Hand Opera - Operatic paraphrases for the keyboard by Franz Liszt
Bold Heads on Young Shoulders - Youthful symphonies from unexpected composers
Liking the Viking - Jon Leif's Saga Symphony
Big Talent from Little Russia - The turbulent life and beautiful music of Sergei Bortkiewicz
French Connections - Original music by French composers better known for their work as orchestrators
Much Ado About Korngold - Erich Wolfgang Korngold's incidental music to "Much Ado About Nothing"
T Time - Music for the New Year by Tippett and Tomlinson
Iberian Birthday Party - A Portugeuse Christmas
Wine from Weingartner - Felix Weingartner's Symphony No. 2
Aural Borealis - Musical responses to the Northern Lights
"Thanksgivukkah" - Giving thanks through psalms for Thanksgiving/Hanukkah
Pioneer Spirit - Karl Krueger and the Society for the Preservation of American Musical Heritage
Four Score Sketches - Krzysztof Penderecki at 80 (with commentary by Barry Douglas)
Magic Mountain - Reissues from the Everest Records catalogue
Casals Pals - Friends and associates of Pablo Casals
Tyberg, Take 2 - Joann Falletta discusses her new recording of the Symphony No. 2 by Marcel Tyberg
Fall at the House of Atreus - Musical responses to the classical tragedy of the Oresteia
Denmarketing - Danish music on the Dacapo Records label
Distant Light - Vintage Recordings of British Light Music