Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Afternoon Classics 10/7

Host - John Gaguine, still sitting (2 hours) for Mike

W.A. Mozart - Quartet in F for oboe and strings, K. 370 (1781) - John Mack, oboe; Eunice Podis, piano; Daniel Majeske, violin; Abraham Skernick, viola; Stephen Geber, cello

Antonin Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op. 72 (1886) - Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Yoel Levi conducting:
No. 5 in B-flat minor; No. 6 in B-flat major; No. 7 in C major; No. 8 in A-flat major

Ludwig von Beethoven - Figlio Perduto (Lost Son) (adapted, with lyrics added) - Sarah Brightman
Sergei Rachmanioff - Zdes Khorosho (How Fair this Place) - Brightman
Georg Handel - Solo Con Te (adapted, with lyrics added) - Brightman
Andrew Lloyd Webber - Piano (Italian version of Memory, from the musical Cats) - Brightman

Edvard Grieg - Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16 (1870) - Leif Ove Andsnes, piano, with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitayenko conducting

Harry Freedman, based upon themes composed by Gerry Mulligan - The Sax Chronicles, Part 1 - The Gerry Mulligan quartet, Mulligan on baritone sax, and the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Erich Kunzel conducting:
Sun on the Bach Stairs; Sax in Debussy's Garden; Sax in Mozart Minor; Sax and the Rite of Igor

More antiphonal music of Giovanni Gabrielli, c. 1600, with the brass ensembles of the Philadelphia, Cleveland and Chicago Symphonies

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