The combination of the artistry of a maker, performers and composers, ...that's something special.
"Happy Austria" was part of the Latin motto of the marrying rather than martial Austrian Habsburgs
Welcome spring with a bouquet of fine classical recordings.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the music Hungary saw a growth and world-wide popularity it hadn't seen before or since. Composers like Bela Bartok, Franz Liszt and Zoltan Kodaly became household names, at least in the homes of classical music aficionados. On this week's featured CD, cellist Mark Kosower and pianist Jee-Won Oh celebrate the music written by these composers and others for the versatile combination of cello and piano.