Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, July 7, 2010

It is good to be home in Juneau once more after visiting Southern California. Temperatures in the 100s, driving at 70 and being passed, smog so thick it could be seen, sometimes you can smell it. So it is good to be back in juneau. I can celebrate that along with the 150th birthday of Gustav Mahler. Here is the music for today:

Concert Royal in E Minor/Major by Fran├žois Couperin with Robert Stallman - flute; Edwin Swanborn - harpsichord; Karl Bennion - cello
Baryton Trio in D major, Hob. XI:97 of Joseph Haydn with Kenneth Slowik - baryton; Steven Dann - viola, Myron Lutzke - cello
Symphony No. 4 Gustav Mahler Barbara Frittoli - soprano; Bernard Haitink Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Nancye's Song Paul Moravec Marya Martin - flute; Colette - piano
Three Bagatelles from China West Chen Yi Marya Martin - flute; Colette - piano
Songs of a Wayfarer Gustav Mahler Andreas Schmidt - baritone, Jesus Lopez-Cobos Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 4 Bohuslav Martinu Arthur Fagan Natrional Symphony of Ukraine
Sonata for Harp Paul Hindemith Valeria Milot - harp
Scintillation Carlos Salzedo Valeria Milot - harp

and more tomorrow!

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