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Episode 2.1 – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg



Special guest: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg


On our Season 2 opener, our guest is Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the United States Supreme Court. She talks about her love for the opera and about friends and family that have been part of her story, and she shares some of the wisdom she has gained during her long and productive career.

Justice Ginsburg and many of her loved ones are presented as characters in the song cycle The Long View, composed and performed by her daughter-in-law, Patrice Michaels. These can be heard on Cedille Records‘ 2018 release Notorious RBG in Song, available to purchase or stream from any of these sites.

Episode 2.1 Playlist

Have a listen to the music discussed in this episode.



Bonus Playlist – Recommended by RBG

Enjoy a playlist of all the music Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke about.



Find the Music

There are a number of ways that you can hear the music featured on this episode.

1. Purchase it directly from the artist or label. If you’ve fallen in love with this music, purchasing the album from those who made it available will help them create more great music in the future. Alternatively, stream or purchase it from any number of third-party services. The link below will open up to all the available options, including Spotify, Apple, Amazon, and more.

Notorious RBG in Song
(Patrice Michaels; Kuang-Hao Huang)

Purchase from Cedille Records

Stream or purchase from your preferred service

 

2. Stream it on the players embedded right here on GlissandoPodcast.com. The player we use is taken from Naxos Music Library, a classical music streaming service used by universities, public libraries, and orchestras around the world. It pays out a much higher per-stream rate than any other streaming service–we’re talking multiple whole pennies per stream–so using this player is especially beneficial to those who made the music.

 


 

Music included in this episode is used courtesy of Naxos Licensing. Visit NaxosLicensing.com to learn more about using music in your project, no matter how big or small.

Image of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is available on the public domain.

Our theme music comes from Elisabetta Brusa’s Symphony No. 1: III. Allegro moderato.

Glissando logo by Jefferson Rodriguez.


Episode 1.4 – Boris Giltburg



Special guest: Boris Giltburg

Deep cut: Dora Pejačević – Piano Concerto in G Minor

On episode 1.4 we talk to pianist Boris Giltburg about his newest release on Naxos Records, a recording of Rachmaninov‘s Piano Concerto No. 2, and about what it’s like to be a top-level pianist.

Our Deep Cut is the Piano Concerto in G Minor by Croatia’s Dora Pejačević, composed in 1913.

Episode 1.4 Sponsor – Profil / Haenssler Classics

Our episode sponsor is Profil Medien GmbH, home to two of Germany’s finest classical labels, Haenssler Classics and Profil Edition Guenter Haenssler. They present music from across the classical spectrum, including well-regarded performances of repertoire classics and important presentations of rare or undiscovered works. Check out the exclusive playlist below, and visit www.haensslerprofil.de to explore their impressive catalog.



Purchase links for featured Profil / Haenssler Classics releases:

Anton Urspruch: Piano Music (Ana-Marija Markovina)

Preorder: HaensslerProfil.de

 

 

Alexei Stanchinsky: Piano Music (Ekaterina Derzhavina)

Amazon

Ludwig van Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonatas (Gerhard Oppitz)

Arkiv Music

Amazon

 

Explore Further

There are three ways that you can hear the music featured on this episode. 

1. Purchase it on Arkiv Music, iTunes, Amazon, or most other online music stores. This has the most benefit for those who made the album happen.

Sergey Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Boris Giltburg)

Dora Pejačević: Piano Concerto in G Minor

2. Stream it in Naxos Music Library. Your university, public library, or symphony orchestra likely offers it to members. If not, let them know you are interested. NML pays out streaming royalties at a much higher per-stream rate than any other streaming service. We’re talking multiple pennies per stream, not tiny fractions of a cent like other streaming services. They also have a large selection of playlists for further discovery.

Access Naxos Music Library through your institution. There should be a link on their website, usually alongside other online databases or media sites. In most cases you can even google the institution name along with “Naxos Music Library” and it will come right up. It’s a couple steps to find it the first time, but then you can bookmark it for easy access.

You can search for the albums using any related criteria, but the most direct way to find them is by searching for the specific catalog number given to it by the record label. These are:

Sergey Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Boris Giltburg)

8.573629

 

 

Dora Pejačević: Piano Concerto in G Minor

777916-2

 

 

Also, the players embedded on this page are from NML, and all tracks streamed in these players pay out at the higher NML rates.

3. Stream it in Spotify or Apple Music. Spotify and Apple Music only pay out a tiny fraction of a cent per stream, and they’re not really designed to make classical music easy to find. But if the above two options aren’t available to you, and you want to hear more than is included in the players embedded above, Spotify or Apple Music is the way to go. And if you want to explore further, check out the playlists in either site presented by unCLASSIFIED.com.

Naxos music included in this episode is used courtesy of Naxos Licensing. Visit NaxosLicensing.com to learn more about using music in your project, no matter how big or small.

Image of Boris Giltburg created by Sasha Gusov.

Our theme music comes from Elisabetta Brusa’s Symphony No. 1: III. Allegro moderato.

Arkiv Music        iTunes        Amazon

NML search: 8.573437


Glissando logo by Jefferson Rodriguez.