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Patricia Goodson – atariwomen added by iecontent2 on 4 Jun 2019 tag | report
Atari Women website recognises Patricia Goodson for work in early video games.
Home | Grand101 FM added by patriciagoodson on 28 Sep 2018 tag | report
whitehead, Mucha and Foerster CDs to be featured on "Women in Music" on Grand 101 FM, Ontario on September 30, 10 pm Ontario time.
Gillian Whitehead CD featured on Resonance 104.4 FM London added by patriciagoodson on 22 Sep 2018 tag | report
Hour-long broadcast devoted to Gillian`s music, with Fleur Adcock, Joanne Roughton-Arnold and Patricia Goodson. Highlights from "Shadows Crossing Water".
Murray McLachlan - Pianist - Detailview Post added by patriciagoodson on 10 Jul 2018 tag | report
Beautifully written, thoughtful review from the eminent Scottish pianist Murray McLachlan!
A woman in the right place at the wrong time – Slipped Disc added by patriciagoodson on 27 Mar 2018 tag | report
Norman Lebrecht `s Album of the Week: Geraldine Mucha CD
Classical Music Reviews: January 2018 - MusicWeb-Interna... added by patriciagoodson on 30 Jan 2018 tag | report
"Patricia a strong reason for the success of this disc"
NYU Prague Professor Patricia Goodson brings new acclaim ... added by patriciagoodson on 11 Jun 2017 tag | report
International Piano magazine - news & features for pianis... added by patriciagoodson on 1 Sep 2015 tag | report
The Sept/Oct issue of International Piano magazine has two short pieces by Foerster (Sen and Bagattella) plus a short essay by me.
Patricia Goodson Archives - Expedition Audio added by patriciagoodson on 19 Mar 2015 tag | report
Re-Composing: Happiness Month - Patricia Goodson's Strang... added by patriciagoodson on 20 Jan 2015 tag | report
Patricia Goodson Explores Foerster's Piano Music - Classi... added by patriciagoodson on 6 Aug 2014 tag | report
? Patricia Goodson Explores Foerster’s Piano Music Review by: David Hurwitz ? Artistic Quality: 9 Sound Quality: 9 Pianist Patricia Goodson has made a systematic study of Josef Bohuslav Foerster’s piano music, and presents it complete for the first time on this inexpensive and very well-recorded four-CD set. Throughout his long life (1859-1951) Foerster wrote a great deal of music. The latest numbered work here, the Two Pieces for the Left Hand, is his opus 142, but he’s best known for his opera Eva, the Fourth Symphony, the tone poem Cyrano de Bergerac, and most of all for being a FOM (Friend of Mahler). Although Czech, Foerster’s music belongs squarely within the German school; he’s more like Fibich than Dvorák, and his piano works advance from the style of Schumann and Brahms to that of Richard Strauss. There is only one big work here, the theme and variations entitled The Masks of Eros. The music is quite inventive, but there’s nothing erotic about it if by that we mean “sexy.” Fo
Harry's classical music corner: Foerster, Bohuslav Josef.... added by patriciagoodson on 19 Jun 2014 tag | report
FOERSTER - Complete Solo Piano Music Brilliant Classics 9... added by patriciagoodson on 19 Jun 2014 tag | report
Review of the JB Foerster CDs
Klassieke Muziek, Opera & Operette, Ballet added by patriciagoodson on 19 Jun 2014 tag | report
Here is the English translation of the original Dutch: Josef Bohuslav Foerster (1859-1951) is the Methuselah of Czech composers. Due to his age and high productivity, he left behind a huge body of work of which only a small portion is represented on CD. He wrote his best work in the period from1890 to1910, roughly the time he spent in Hamburg and Vienna with his wife, the famous opera singer Berta Lauterer (1869-1936), who was Mahler's favorite soprano. Not incidentally, nineteen-year-old Berta was the first Tatjana in Tchaikovsky's Yevgeny Onegin, and the composer was deeply impressed with her. Foerster befriended Mahler - they were almost the same age - and gave him advice and support in Hamburg during the composition of Mahler`s early symphonies. During that time, Foerster himself wrote his Third Symphony which was conducted by Mahler. Foerster`s musical idiom has nothing to do with Mahler`s - it's much too introverted, although the orchestration may be called brilliant. Foerster wa
J. B. Foerster: Dreams, Memories and Impressions - The co... added by patriciagoodson on 19 Jun 2014 tag | report
Music: J.B. Foerster’s piano pieces are a ‘treasure trove... added by patriciagoodson on 20 Jan 2014 tag | report
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