1/5 Donald Macleod defines some of the characteristics of the Opera-Comique genre.
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5/5 Donald Macleod focuses on two of Moskowski's most celebrated piano pieces.
4/5 Donald Macleod explores how Moszkowski often saw the funny side of life.
3/5 Donald Macleod surveys the geography of Moszkowski's life.
2/5 Donald Macleod explores Moszkowski's demanding Violin Concerto in C.
1/5 Donald Macleod investigates just how famous Moszkowski was.
Donald Macleod on those who contributed to London's theatre scene in the 17th century. (R)
Donald Macleod explores the increasing importance of music away from the court. (R)
Donald Macleod surveys the requirements placed on composers to the royal family. (R)
Donald Macleod surveys the composers who emerged as choristers at the Chapel Royal. (R)
Donald Macleod introduces the composers of Restoration England. (R)
5/5 Donald Macleod focuses on Satie's momentous last decade.
4/5 Donald Macleod presents two works considered Satie's greatest, plus a rare miniature.
3/5 Donald Macleod explores Satie's famously eccentric character.
2/5 Donald Macleod explores Satie's 'mystic' period of the 1890s.
1/5 Donald Macleod explores Satie's early life and his famous set of three Gymnopedies.
5/5 Donald Macleod presents some of Nielsen's works from his final years.
4/5 Donald Macleod presents works from when Nielsen's career and personal life were in crisis.
3/5 WIth Nielsen's comic opera about masked balls and his final string quartet.
2/5 Donald Macleod introduces two of Nielsen's works inspired by paintings.
1/5 Focusing on the recognition for both Nielsen's first symphony and his first choral work.