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  • 2 Revivals (Blitzstein, Weill), 2 CDs (Bernstein, Palmer) and A Look At Lorca (NYFOS), by Leonard Lehrman
  • 3 CDs, 3 Concerts, 2 Operas & A Dance Recital
  • 3 Short Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer
  • 70th Birthday Concert for Leonard Lehrman and Charles Osborne, with the Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus – 8/18/19 in Roslyn, NY
  • A Glimpse of Glimmerglass by Leonard Lehrman
  • A New Face from the Past – The Paintings of Gale Stockwell
  • A Pause for Some Weirdness – The Kipper Kids
  • About Anton Webern’s Entflieht auf leichten känen and Mozart’s Kyrie from Mass in C Minor – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • About Maestro Harold Rosenbaum’s Conducting Seminars
  • Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique with No Wasted Motion – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Announcing the Winners of the 7th Anita Cerquetti International Opera Competition in Montecosaro, Italy – April 2017
  • Another of Kubrick’s Early Films
  • Another Simpsons Homage
  • Anselm Keifer and the Art of Memory
  • Art or Vandalism? Either Way, A Great Documentary Film – Exit Through the Gift Shop
  • Bach & Bleach – Presented at The Downstairs at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, 66 E. 4th St. in Manhattan
  • Barab & Spektor: A Delightful & Moving Double Bill
  • Bargemusic Here and Now Labor Day Festival 2018 -A Review by Laura Jean Goldberg
  • Bargemusic Here and Now Winter Festival in New York City
  • Bascove’s Bridges
  • Beth Anderson – Age 7 to 15 – Part 2 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – The Early Days – Part 1 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Age 18 to 19 – Rorem, Cage, Swift, Harrison – Part 4 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Cage, Riley, and an MFA in Piano – Part 5 of her memoir
  • Catching Up on Six Summer Events & Seven CDs – by Leonard Lehrman
  • Catching Up with Cipullo, NYFOS, RAM, YIVO & York by Leonard Lehrman
  • Chapter 4: The Importance of Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Chesley Bonestell – Father of Modern Space Art
  • Christmas 2013 – A Christmas Memory
  • Classic Animation – The Cat Came Back
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 2
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 3
  • Crossing Boundaries in 4 Musicals: Bernstein, Bock & Harnick, Lerner & Lane, Red Emma & Rasputin at Bard, Folksbiene, Irish Rep, and the Tank, by Leonard Lehrman
  • Da Capo Chamber Players Present Musical Spirits Reappear! October 30, 2019 at New York City’s Kaufman Music Center
  • Daniel Garber – An American Impressionist
  • Debussy and Redon – Together
  • Denise Bellon – Hangin’ With the Surrealists
  • Derriere Opera Reviewed by Leonard Lehrman
  • Dietrich Rides Again at Medicine Show thru Sept. 17 – Review by Leonard Lehrman
  • Edgard Varese and Le Corbusier – Together Again!
  • Eliot Porter – The Great Colorist
  • European Motoring – Part 1
  • European Motoring – Part 2
  • From Kernel to Concert Part II, by Barbara Oldham, Quintet of the Americas
  • Gardens As Art
  • Gardens as Art – Local Division
  • George Bellows – The Color of the Changing World
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – First movement: Emigrants Journey Across the Plains – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Fourth movement: Allegro con spirito, “Arrival at the New Home, Rustic Festivities, and Dancing” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Second Movement: Andante religioso, “Halt on the Prairie” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Third Movement: Allegro ma non tanto, “Indian War Dance and Attack by Indians” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • Giorgio de Chirico and the Nostalgia of Infinity
  • Great Animated Film – The Illusionist
  • Great Animation from Zagreb
  • Great Film – Emir Kusturica’s Underground
  • Great Public but Private Spaces – New Skete Monastery
  • Great Public Spaces – Indianapolis, Indiana’s Monument Circle
  • Great Public Spaces – New York City’s Highline Park
  • Great Public Spaces – The Chicago River
  • Great Russian Animation – Two from Ivan Maximonv
  • Great Short Film – Jammin’ The Blues – 1944
  • Great Short Film – One Eyed Men Are Kings
  • Great Short Film – Powers of Ten
  • Great Short Film – Rotunda – A Living Portrait
  • Great Short Film – Schwarzfahrer
  • Great Short Film – The Heart
  • Great Short Film – The Red Balloon
  • Great Short Film – This Unnameable Little Broom
  • Great Short Films – The Terence Davies Trilogy
  • Great Short Films by Joris Ivens
  • Hannah – A Review by Jonathan Dzik
  • Hannah – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Happy New Year and a Message of Peace From Willa Webber
  • Interesting Architecture – Buenos Aires’ Kavanagh Building
  • Interesting Architecture – Montreal’s Notre Dame Basilica
  • Interesting Architecture – New York’s Original McGraw-Hill Building
  • Interesting Architecture – Oddball Division
  • Interesting Architecture – Ostrow Tumski in Wroclaw, Poland
  • Interesting Architecture – Reykjavik’s Hallgrimskirja Cathedral
  • Interesting Architecture – The Colors of Kiev
  • Ivan Aivazovsky – Painting the Sea
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – First movement: Penn Station (Subway Ride) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Second movement: Song of Harlem (April in Harlem) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Third movement: The Night Club – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • Jeremy Clarkson Drives the Smallest Car in the World
  • Kenneth Anger’s Eaux d’Artifice
  • Kubrick’s Early Films
  • Louis Aston Knight – Pre-Painter of Light
  • Meades Shrine 1
  • More Great Short Films by Joris Ivens
  • More New York City Concert Reviews and Concert Notes
  • More New York Concert Reviews and Notes from Mark Greenfest
  • Music of Youth and Age: Herbert Rothgarber, Michael Brown, Pygmalions, David Del Tredici, Stanley Drucker, Brahms & Bernstein by Leonard Lehrman
  • New Music Performed by Craig Hultgren, cellist – January 25, 2018 at New York City’s National Opera Center
  • New York City Auditions Winners Announced for 2017 Anita Cerquetti International Opera Competition
  • New York Composers Circle Concert of New Music for Mixed Chamber Ensembles – March 19, 2019
  • New York Scandia Symphony in Concert April 11, 2019 at New York City’s Symphony Space
  • Nice Place to Visit – Ragusa Ibla, Sicily
  • Night in the City – Artist Craig McPherson
  • Outcast at the Gate, An Opera by Joel Feigin, Presented by Center for Contemporary Opera
  • Painters of Argentina, Part 1 – Raul Conti
  • Painters of Argentina, Part 2 – Xul Solar
  • Parthenia Viol Consort’s Tomb Sonnets – A Concert with Special Guest Vocalist Ryland Angel, on March 25 at The Secret Theater in Long Island City, Queens – A Review by Nancy Tooney
  • Progressive Rock – Yes
  • Recording with Composer Jeff Beal and the Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Songs of War, Protest, and Social Consciousness
  • Spero Plays Nyro – A Review by James Farmingdale
  • Steam Trains at Night – The Railroad Photography of O. Winston Link
  • Steampunk – The Future from the Past
  • Sylvain Chomet’s The Old Lady and the Pigeons
  • The “Orchestra” and Cat Cartoons of George Booth – With the Odd Dog
  • The Art of Odilon Redon
  • The Art of Yves Tanguy
  • The Beatles Can Take It…
  • The Beauty of Jazz Organ – Part 1
  • The Cartoons of Charles Addams
  • The Cartoons of Peter Arno
  • The Films and Vision of Chris Marker
  • The Last of Kubrick’s Early Films – Lolita
  • The Marc Blitzstein Plaque
  • The Simpsons’ Couch Gag
  • The Triangle Fire, an opera reviewed by Jonathan Dzik
  • The Triangle Fire, an opera reviewed by Mark Greenfest
  • The World of Old Railroad Posters
  • Two from Samuel Beckett
  • Veit Helmer’s Surprise
  • Works of Social Consciousness – a Concert Review by Mark Zuckerman
  • World Premiere of the Film BOSTON – Music by Jeff Beal
  • World Premiere of Voyagers, for String Quartet and Clarinet at Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History, November 28, 2017
  • Yet Another of Kubrick’s Early Films
  • Zombies, Flying Disc Men and Other Cold War Annoyances
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