A most enjoyable endeavour. I shall certainly be listening out for more broadcasts. More variety during the performance would be welcome. Using more pictures as well as the technical description and where possible extracts from or even the whole score when available.
Thanks Mr. Porcus - I'm glad you enjoyed it. And you are right in suggesting more variety and the use of scores.
I had been intending to "do" Fibich's second symphony next, but after a serious browse around Youtube I see that it has already been done - several times. There are also already several versions of Hindemith's Flying Dutchman - even several attempts at Scryabine's Prometheus!
So in future I will look for 1) really rare and esoteric works; 2) usually with scores available; 3) detailed and concentrated analysis (drawn from a number of sources); and 4) more visual variety. Now I am considering van Dieren's sixth string quartet, with score.
A larger size will almost certainly be needed to accommodate the simultaneous display of score and commentary.
And of course we will still be looking out for lecturers and amateur groups.
In the meantime here is the Flying Dutchman parody re-done: