The Lost Chord
Ross Amico is your host for The Lost Chord, heard Sundays at 10 pm (with a repeat Wednesday at 6 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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Wrestling Jacob - Grappling with the accomplishments of Gordon Jacob
Simon Says - Sir Simon Rattle turns 60
Dark Horse Norsemen - Works by neglected Norwegian composers
Send-off for Semkow - Remembering conductor Jerzy Semkow
Have a Ball - Laughing in the New Year with the Hoffnung Music Festival Concerts
A Play in a Manger - An hour of English Nativity plays
Hindemith Branches Out - Celebrating the holidays with the naughty fir puppet Tuttifantchen
Everything's Fine - Marking the centenary of the birth of Irving Fine
Schickele, P.D.Q. - Peter Schickele discusses his career, the evolution of P.D.Q. Bach, and his Dec. 5 appearance at The College of New Jersey
Georgia Peaches - American music performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Italian Seasoning - Seasonal works by composers of La generazione dell'ottanta (the Generation of the '80s)
Indian Summer - The Hiawatha Melodrama, after Dvorak
Fall of the Leif - Autumnal meditations from the North
The Most Dangerous Game - Robert Moran discusses his setting of the Mystery Play, Game of the Antichrist
Mad Max - Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, English music's angry young man, turns 80
Harpeggione - Violinist Lara St. John and principal harpist of the Berlin Philharmonic, Marie-Pierre Langlamet, discuss their new album, "Schubert."
A Russian Cellobration - Eastern European works for cello and orchestra
Tones of Atonement - Selections for the Jewish High Holy Days
Andrzej the Giant - Andrzej Panufnik, sleeping giant of Polish music
In Good Hands - Leon Fleisher discusses his new album, "All the Things You Are"
Khach As Khach Can - Leopold Stokowski's rarely-heard recording of Aram Khachaturian's Symphony No. 2