Monthly Archives: January 2018

This Day in Music History–January 28, 1985

American recording artists gather to record “We Are the World” “Check your egos at the door.”  Quincy Jones sent out this special instruction to several dozen pop stars invited to participate in the recording of “We Are the World”. This record … Continue reading

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Genesis 37 – Sold into Slavery

The Symphony in D minor  is the most famous orchestral work and the only mature symphony by the 19th century Belgian composer César Franck. After two years of work, the symphony was completed 22 August 1888. It premiered at the Paris Conservatory on 17 February 1889 … Continue reading

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