It is good to be back in Juneau after a marvelous trip throughout New England. The fall colors were magnificent and the New England scene is one of rolling hills and small villages. So - back to music;
Keyboard Concert No 5 F minor, BWV 1056; Johann Sebastian Bach. Andras Schiff at the piano & conducting the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.
String Quartet in D minor, Op. 9, No. 4, Hob. III: 22 of Franz Joseph Haydn. Performed by The Smithsonian String Quartet.
Quintet in A major, D574 of Franz Schubert transcribed by Robert Stallman. Robert Stallman - flute accompanied by The Martinu Quartet
Concerto for Violin/Orch. In D minor, Op. 47 by Jean Sibelius. Anne Sophie-Mutter - violin, Andre Previn conducting the Staatskapelle Dresden.
Central Park in the Dark by Charles Ives. Leonard Slatkin conducting the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
For the Girl Riding the Swan by David M Matthew Kish performed by Leonid Shushansky/Nea Kiss -violins; Darrett Adkins - Cello.
Symphony No. 3 "Camp Meeting" by Charles Ives. James Sinclair leading the Northern Sinfonia
Three Places in New England by Charles Ives. Michael Tilson Thomas and the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Cortege from "Mlada" by Nickolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Donald Johanos conducting the Czecho-Slavok RSO Bratislave
Lachen Verlernt (2002) by Esa-Pekka Salonen performed by Jennifer Koh - violin
Adventures in a Perambulator by John Alden Carpenter. John McLaughlin Williams leading the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.
August Rhapsody by David M. Matthew Kish performed by Leonid Shushansky/Nea Kiss -violins; Darrett Adkins - Cello .