Thursday, January 14, 2010

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Back to Brahms for inspiration and his "Double Concerto" which is one of those very melodic pieces of music which can only come from Brahms. The second half will be a bit of mix of 20th Century music:

Quartet in E flat minor, Op. 17, no. 3 of Joseph Haydn performed by The Smithson Quartet.
Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 101 of Johannes Brahms performed by Vladimir Askenazy - piano; Itzhak Perlman - violin; Lynn Harrell - cello.
Concerto for violin, cello & orch. Op. 102, the "Double Concerto" of Johannes Brahms performed by Frank Peter Zimmerman - violin; Heinrich Schiff - cello; Wolfgang Sawallisch and the London Philharmonic.
Sonata No. 2 for viola & piaino, Op. 120 of Johannes Brahms performed by Kim Kashkashian - viola; Robert Levin - piano.
Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 by Garbriel Fauré with Kim Kashkashiam - viola and the Beaux Arts Trio.
Sonata for flute, viola & harp (1916) by Claude Debussy performed by Bruno Pasquier - viola, Philippe Bernold - flute; Fredérique Cambreling - harp.
Renaissance Concerto for flute & orch of Lukas Foss performed by Carol Wincenc - flute; Lukas Foss conducting the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
Concerto Glasso by John Jorgenson/Don Hart played by John Jorgenson - guitar; Paul Gambill and the Orchestra Nashville.

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