Well structured, fun to listen to.
Yes. I have listen to four so far and am about to start a fifth.
Too much to digest to listen to in one sitting. A lecture or two per day gives time to chew on the details. (And download some of the works discussed.)
The history that is learned along side of Shostakovich's music.
His survival in the Soviet Union.
This is about the 12th Greenberg lecture I've listened to, and I have enjoyed them all. He is an excellent educator. Starting another today, Bach and the High Baroque.
Mozart, his life and music. Excellent overview
That he didn't edit the ugly with the good.
Laugh, and think deeply about the man who wrote the music I love to play and listen to.
Unedited, unsugar coated, and as it was summary of his life. Very eye opening and it makes me appreciate his music so much more.
I thought I had my favorite symphonies on my iphone, but wound up buying several versions of pretty much every work highlighted. Sorry Bartok estate.
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