Edit a podcast
Altering the list of MP3s may affect subscribers to the podcast. (Subscribers progress through the MP3s by their position alone, so adding a new file near the top, or swapping the position of two files, may cause a listener to receive the same episode twice.) The only safe way to add a new MP3 is to add it to the end of the list.
Enter admin key:
(this podcast has no password; you can only edit it with an admin key)
Title for the podcast:
(a string of letters and numbers to use in the podcast URL, eg. "quietplease" - cannot be edited later)
LibriVox recording of The Loves of Great Composers by Gustav Kobbé. Read in English by Peter Thomlinson Gustav Kobbe was a German/US music critic who worked at the time of Liszt and Wagner in particular, and was clearly in the Wagnerian rather than the Brahms camp. His unusual style of writing and his strongly romantic take on the loves of these seven composers makes for entertaining listening, even though his facts and opinions may differ from more academic writers and biographers of these composers. Each composer occupies a section or chapter, with Wagner getting the fuller account in terms of length. In fact Gustav Kobbe claims he knew Liszt and Wagner as well as Cosima Wagner - so this must be quite original and authoritative. The 19C period and its atmosphere is conveyed by Kobbe's unusual sentence construction and reads more like story telling rather than a written work. ( Peter Thomlinson) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit LibriVox.org. M4B Audiobook (78MB)
(if this Fourble podcast has been
by another, give its unique identifier here)
(tick if you never want this podcast to appear on the front page or index, nor be spiderable by search engines)
List of MP3s:
https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_01_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Mozart and his Constance https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_02_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Beethoven and his https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_03_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Mendelssohn and his Cecile https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_04_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Chopin and the Countess Delphine Potocka https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_05_kobbe_128kb.mp3: The Schumanns:Robert and Clara https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_06_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Franz Liszt and his Carolyne https://archive.org/download/loves_of_great_composers_1710_librivox/lovesofgreatcomposers_07_kobbe_128kb.mp3: Wagner and Cosima
(This should be a list of full URLs of MP3s, one per line. If you want to specify a title that's different from the raw filename, put a colon after the filename, followed by the title, eg.
http://www.edrants.com/_mp3/segundo1.mp3: David Mitchell
. The display title will be prefixed with the title of the podcast, eg. "Bat Segundo: David Mitchell", so you don't need to repeat the name of the podcast in each title.)