Welcome to the German Hour - Die Deutsche Stunde 1989- 2017  

 

The Radio Program with a Difference

 

Beethoven Trilogy 1989- 2017

 

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

 

The German Hour  has a variety of special programs called Trilogies. These are three part one hour series.  The program was produced for international broadcast by the CBAA Satellite  for more than 360 radio stations syndicated and foremost for the Goethe Institut, the worldwide German language and culture custodians and conservators associates with German Embassies. G. Y. Land has written 127 German Hour episodes touching nearly everything German culture has to offer. The series has been highly awarded. There are countless highly interesting stories to tell about the making of the 'German Hour' G.Y. Land may tell one day.

The German Hour is a German Language Program if you have knowledge or have only known a touch of the language it will be fine to listen as most of the program is devoted to superb music and the finest musicians the world had to offer. We think about the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan and many other renown artists. Just enjoy it. We like to thank again for the patronage of Universal Records, Deutsche Grammophon, Philips, EMI, Decca and all their subsidiaries especially Jochen Stossberg CEO of Universal Records and Wolfgang Meissner from the Goethe Institut making this wonderful series possible.

The Beethoven Trilogy is remastered with the new RMP SHR Super High Resolution algorithm to bring you the broadcast in three subsequent weeks. 

 

Three 1 Hour Programs of the Beethoven Trilogy

    

  

    

  

Production by Radio and Media Productions LifeStyle1989-2013

Hosted by Prof. ret. G.Y. Land   - Program announced by Dr. Mark Hannah.

Written and Produced by G.Y. Land

 

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