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Radio Mozart ?

The concept of Radio Mozart is original, unique and very simple: Mozart and nothing but Mozart.
All of Mozart's works are available in our carefully dosed program, which combines all genres (symphonies, concertos, serenades, religious music, opera...).
We propose the most famous compositions of the divine Mozart, such as Symphony No. 40, Eine kleine Nachtmusik and his most popular operas, but also many overlooked pieces to discover.
Launched in 2010, Radio Mozart is available for free on the internet.
Over the months, Radio Mozart, which broadcasts a universal music, has captivated listeners all over the world. Today, the station gets more than 40,000 hits per day, for an average listening time of 45 minutes.
This is a considerable success, making it one of the most-listened-to classical radio stations.
Created on January 4th, 2010, Radio Mozart is a community radio station (French Law from 1901) based in Marseille, France.

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Herbert von Karajan, Otto Klemperer, Hélène Grimaud, Cecil Aronowitz, Arleen Augér, Frederica von Stade, Frank Lopardo, Cornelius Hauptmann, Friedemann Winklhofer, Leonard Bernstein, Wolfgang Seeliger, Barbara Bonney, Catherine Wyn Rogers, Jamie MacDougall, Stephen Gadd, Trevor Pinnock, Karita Mattila, Sara Mingardo, Michael Schade, Bryn Terfel, Claudio Abbado, Maria Wieslander, Kay Johannsen, Simon Keenlyside, Matti Salminen, Carmela Remigio, Bryn Terfel, Uwe Heilmann, Soile Isokoski, Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Patrizia Pace, Claudio Abbado , Giordano Tunioli, Angela Kazimierczuk, Jonathan Peter Kenny, Philip Salmon, Stephen Charlesworth, Hillevi Martinpelto, Anne Sofie von Otter, Nigel Robson, Sylvia McNair, Anthony Rolfe Johnson,  John Eliot Gardiner, Ferruccio Furlanetto, Kiri Te Kanawa, Ann Murray, Hans Peter Blochwitz, Marc Minkowski, Thomas Hampson, Marie McLaughlin, James Levine, Christine Schäfer, Marie McLaughlin, Patrick Henckens, Franz-Josef Selig, Bo Skovhus, Dorothea Röschmann, Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Anna Netrebko, Nikolaus Harnoncourt,  Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Evelyn Lear, Rosl Schwaiger, Antonia Fahberg, Raili Kostia, Fritz Wunderlich, Hubert Hilten, Martin Vantin, Manfred Röhrl, Hans Hotter,  Karl Böhm, Günther Arndt, Randall Wolfgang, Stephen Taylor, David Singer, Michael Sussman, Charles Neidich, Dennis Smylie, Frank Morelli, Steven Dibner, William Purvis, David Wakefield, Stewart Rose, Victoria Eisen, Donald Palma, Walter Singer, Vladimir Horowitz, Maria João Pires, Christoph Eschenbach, Justus Frantz, Itzhak Perlman, Daniel Barenboim, Augustin Dumay, Friedrich Gulda,  Géza Anda, Emil Gilels, Elena Gilels, Karl Böhm, Maurizio Pollini, Malcolm Bilson, Charles Neidich, Susan Palma,  David Jolley, William Purvis, Randall Wolfgang, Frank Morelli, Andreas Blau, Lothar Koch, Karl Leister, Wolfram Christ, Gerd Seifert, Gervase de Peyer... 

Berliner Philharmoniker, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Amadeus Quartet, Members of the Amadeus Quartet, Hagen QuartettBavarian Radio Chamber Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, The English Concert, Schwedischer Rundfunkchor, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Wiener Philharmoniker, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Academica des Mozarteums Salzburg, Fauré Quartett, Ensemble Wien-Berlin...

Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, The English Concert Choir,The English Concert Choir, English Baroque Soloists, RIAS Kammerchor, Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor, English Baroque Soloists,  Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor, Coro Di Ferrara Musica, The Monteverdi Choir...

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The Magic Flute, Hamburg, 1971

In 1971 there was an acclaimed new production of Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) at the Hamburg Opera directed by Peter Ustinov; this was during that house's golden period under the artistic direction of Rolf Liebermann. The production was taken into a TV studio and filmed, using the original sets and costume
Tamino : Nicolai Gedda
Pamina : Edith Mathis
Sarastro : Hans Sotin
Königin der Nacht : Cristina Deutekom
Papageno : William Workman
Papagena : Carol Malone
Monostatos : Franz Grundheber
Speaker : Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
2 Men in Armour : Helmut Melchert, Kurt Moll
State Opera, conducted by Horst Stein.

Don Giovanni, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Salzburg, 1954

Don Giovanni

1954, Salzburg Festival

(Cesare Siepi, Otto Edelmann, Elisabeth Grümmer, Anton Dermota, Lisa della Casa, Erna Berger, Walter Berry, Deszö Ernster; Wiener Staatsopernchor; Wiener Philharmoniker, cond. Wilhelm Furtwängler)

(dir. Herbert Graf; film dir. Paul Czinner)


This Don Giovanni was filmed in Salzburg’s open-air Felsenreitschule theatre as part of director Paul Czinner’s movement to preserve renowned theatre performances for posterity. Performed on an elegant unit set (convincing as either a town square or a courtyard) with Herbert Graf’s intelligent staging and a cast of vintage Viennese gold, in mono sound, this production is a quintessential Giovanni of its time and place. The costumes are traditional 1600s garb, German accents abound with constant ‘qvi’s and ‘qva’s instead of ‘qui’s and ‘qua’s, the acting is very broad, and characterizations are traditional and straightforward. Don Giovanni is a suave, cheerfully cruel swashbuckler, while Leporello is the Sancho Panza-like comic relief. Donna Anna and Don Ottavio are the noble, tender principle couple (no doubt is cast on either their love or their virtue), while Zerlina and Masetto are the bickering yet cute comic couple. Donna Elvira is purely tragic. The Commendatore’s statue is played by the singer in white armor and makeup (no quirky alternative here), and the Don is dragged to Hell the old-fashioned way, by a horde of demons amid fire and smoke. More can certainly be done with both the characters and the staging of this opera, but this old-fashioned Giovanni still offers plenty of pleasure. More on

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