Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, February 16, 2010

I have some interesting music for you today. We will hear from some of the not so often played composers and see what they sound like! First:

Concerto grosso OP. 6, No. 3 in C minor by Arcangelo Corelli performed by Robert Salter and the Guildhall String Ensemble
Sonatina in A minor, Op. 45 by Ferdinand Ries played by Susan Kagan - piano
Viola Concerto by William Walton, performed by Lars Anders Tomtec - viola; Paul Daniel conducting the English Northern Philharmonia
Fa├žade by William Walton performed by Dame Peggy Ashcroft & Jeremy Irons; Riccardo Chailly conducting the London Sinfonietta
Partita by Walton with Paul Daniel and the English Northern Philharmonia
Promenade Overture (1981) by John Corigliano, Rudolf Werthen and I Fiamminghi
Concerto for piano and orchestra (1968) by Corigliano played by James Tocco - piano; Lawrence Leighton Smith leading the Louisville Orchestra!
Campane di Ravello, a celebration piece for Sir Georg Solti(Happy Birthday) by Corigliano with Rudolf Werthen and I Fiamminghi
Symphony in E minor (Gaelic) Op. 32 Amy Beach with Kenneth Schemmerhorn and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra
The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin & Piaino by John Corigliano Maria Bachman - violin; Jon Klibonoff - piano

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