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      February 19, 2012

      Leonard Cohen: The Gypsy’s Wife (5:24)
      Piazzolla: Yo soy Maria (3:16)

      Blending classical music with popular songs from around the world, this new recording takes us on a musical journey through the complexities of the creative spirit. Featuring songs by Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake and Laurie Anderson alongside melodies from Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil, “Broken Hearts & Madmen” is global in spirit.

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      4 Responses to “Broken Hearts & Madmen”

      1. Jim Long says:

        I have been a fan of Patricia O’Callaghan for over a decade. It’s great to hear her unique voice and repertoire featured on WFMT!

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      2. michael clark says:

        Hi Lisa, I would just like to say that I very much enjoy your program and the new release of Astor Piazolla featuring jason Vieaux, guitar…where can I obtain a recording of the new release?….sadly, there are no stores to purchase CDs, records or tapes.

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      3. Hallie Metzger says:

        I loved “Yo soy Maria.” Both composer and performer are new to me. Thank you for widening my musical experience!

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      4. Lisa Flynn says:

        Michael,
        You’ll find a link for each recording on The New Releases blog. That will take you to the website Arkiv Music, where you can purchase the CD. If you go through WFMT, a small portion of the sale will come back to support the station. Yes, it’s sad there are so few stores anymore. But Arkiv and Amazon both have huge classical libraries if you’re willing to order online.
        Lisa

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