The Record Shelf
with Jim Svejda
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.