Classical KUSC



The Record Shelf

with Jim Svejda

(Sundays, 10pm)

Let host Jim Svejda guide you through the best classical recordings on "The Record Shelf." Each week he reviews classical recordings with a passion and insight only he can provide. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation of classical music as you absorb his irreverent, selective and highly opinionated views of classical CDs.

Record Shelf 7/3: "Vaughan Williams' Vaughan Williams"--the great English composer conducts his own music.

Record Shelf 7/10: THE BEST OF THE RECORD SHELF: A second airing of that study of the controversial, brilliantly gifted American bass, actor, and activist, Paul Robeson.

Record Shelf 7/17: A Buyer's Guide to the English Concerto--as survey of the best of the readily available recordings.

Record Shelf 7/24: A conversation with the American conductor David Alan Miller.

Record Shelf 7/31: "The Young Stern" -- featuring some of violinist Isaac Stern's earliest recordings.

Record Shelf 8/7: Pierre Monteux's legendary 1930 recording of Berlioz' Symphonie fantastique.

Record Shelf 8/14: On the Best of the Record Shelf, a rebroadcast of a conversation with guitarist Milos Karadaglic.

Record Shelf, 8/21: Recording by the gifted, tormented Austrian conductor Oswald Kabasta.

Record Shelf 8/28: A conversation with the brilliant young Czech conductor Jabuk Hrusa.


The Record Shelf Guide to Gift Recordings (2015)


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  1. Steve Gabel posted on 03/06/2016 02:52 PM
    Jim: I would like to thank you for the two shows featuring Christian Ferras.
    He was a marvelous violinist, but I was unaware of him until your shows.
    I have since purchased two of his CD's. What a beautiful tone. Thanks
    again. Steve Gabel
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