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American Jewish Music from the Milken Archive with Leonard Nimoy
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22 May 2015Podcast: Tower of strength

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01 May 2015Podcast: Handled with care

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24 Apr 2015Podcast: Courtly Couperin – ‘Les Nations’

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03 Apr 2015Podcast: The Kernis Kaleidoscope

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20 Mar 2015Podcast: Poised purity. Poulenc’s choral settings.

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12 Mar 2015Podcast: A forgotten founding father

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06 Mar 2015Podcast: A prodigious grasp. The music of Alan Hovhaness.

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20 Feb 2015Podcast: Simply unmissable

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05 Feb 2015Podcast: In two minds

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29 Jan 2015Podcast: Weinberg’s comprehensive keyboard catalogue

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    American Jewish Music from the Milken Archive with Leonard Nimoy  

Leonard Nimoy hosts a 13-part series that celebrates the American Jewish tradition by exploring the extraordinary range of its music. Each program illuminates a major theme reflected in American Jewish music: biblical epics set to music by Kurt Weill and other 20th century masters; Jewish legends in tone poems, film scores and operas; sacred masterpieces and the great cantorial tradition; the joy of klezmer; symphonies and concertos based on Jewish themes; the mysteries of Sephardic music; Holocaust reflections; songs from the Golden Age of Yiddish Theater; and world premieres of recently discovered Jewish compositions by Leonard Bernstein.
 
26 Apr 2006 Episode 4, part 1: Yiddish Music

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17 Mar 2006 Episode 3, part 2: Bible Stories

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20 Jan 2006 Episode 3, part 1: Bible Stories

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14 Dec 2005 Episode 2, part 2: Concertos

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17 Nov 2005 Episode 2: Concertos

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26 Oct 2005 Episode 1, part 2: Introduction to the Milken Archive, continued

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14 Oct 2005 Episode 1: Introduction to the Milken Archive

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    Naxos AudioBooks  
 
18 Jan 2007 The Voice of Buddha

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18 Jan 2006 Kidnapped and Treasure Island

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18 Jan 2007 Haruki Murakami's The Windup Bird Chronicle

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13 Apr 2006 Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain

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30 Mar 2006 Jules Verne: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and Around the World in 80 Days

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13 Mar 2006 The Dupin Stories of Edgar Allen Poe

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20 Jan 2006 Part 3: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Crooked Man, read by David Timson

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