Maurice Ravel

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Celebrate Carnality Today! Satyr and Nymph, by Gerard van Honthorst (1623)

May Lust and Sensuality Reign!

A Fine Day to Celebrate Your Carnality! Perhaps you might be aroused and evoke that ancient Roman fertility festival of Lupercalia? Or mayhap find heated inspiration via the traditional date to share tokens of romantic love with those who have fired your passions? As if one needed a special day to responsibly partake of the sensual joys that nature offers. Yet, here we are, so joyously indulge! Despite the vicissitudes plaguing human societies on a global level, Lust has not been banished. Its pursuit has always required inventive means for expression. It is well known that many of our technological advances have […]

Vox Satanae - Episode 504: The Modern Period - Part VI

Vox Satanae – Episode 504: The Modern Period – Part VI – Week of February 01, 2021

Vox Satanae – Episode 504 – Week of February 01, 2021 The Modern Period – Part VI – 171 Minutes This week we hear works by Maurice Ravel, Alban Berg, Darius Milhaud, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, George Gershwin, George Antheil, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Wendy Carlos, Sir John Tavener, and High Priest Peter H. Gilmore with performances by The Montréal Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit, Dame Mitsuko Uchida, The London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Doráti, René Kollo, Carol Neblett, The Munich Radio Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf, André Previn, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Paul D. Lehrman, The University of Massachusetts Lowell Percussion Ensemble, Jeffrey Fischer, […]