Tag: classical music
Kenneth Woods, the conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra, joined me to play and discuss some marvelous music he has recently recorded. Ken plays music by the British composers Matthew Taylor and Philip Sawyers.
These new words by Matthew Taylor and Philip Sawyers both demonstrate the tradition we call ‘classical music’ remains vitally alive.
By Deal W. Hudson It was the spring of 1970 when Paul McCartney announced he was leaving the Beatles. I had already grown discontent with pop music, the frenetic discord of Jimmy Hendrix touched no part of a young man brought up on Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra, and Broadway show […]