Thursday, June 4, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, June 4, 2009

Music for a Sunny Day:
Shostakovich:  Prelude and fugue in C major, Op. 87, No. 1 played by Keith Jarrett
Mozart: Piano Trio in C, K 548 performed by the Beaux Arts Trio.
Poulenc: Suite from "Les Biches", Bernard Haitink conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Schifrin: Dances Concertantes for Clarinet and Orchestra, David Shifrin on the clarinet and the
composer conducting the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Moeran: Sinfonietta (1940), David Lloyd-Jones conducting the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Elgar: March of the Mogul Emperors, Op. 66 No. 4, James Judd and the New Zealand Symphony
Orchestra.
Shostakovich: Overture to V
yborg District, Michail Jurowski conducting the Rundfunk-
Sinfonieorchester Berlin.
Shostakovich: Music for the movie"Alone" conducted by Mikhail Jurowski and the Rundfunk-
Sinfonieorchester Berlin
Tan Dun: Eternal Vow from "Crouching Tiger/Hidden Dragon with the Original Soundtrack
solo cello by Yo-yo Ma.
Yanagida: Elms Bathed in Sunlight (2001), Yukine Uehara - piano, Kazuoshi Akiyama conducting
The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.
Takemitsu: And Then I Knew 'Twas Wind, Yolanda Kondanasis on the harp, Joshua Smith at the flute and
Cynthia Phelps on the viola.
Tan Dun: more music from "Crouching Tiger/Hidden Dragon to finish the day.

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