Thursday, October 14, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, October 14, 2010

Music everywhere and I can never find what I am looking for! That pretty much describes how this studio looks on occasion. But nevertheless it always manages to come out right. That which worked today was:

The Colley Flower Cotillion/Hobson's Choice/Miss Macdonald's Reel/Lord Macdonald's Reel a bunch of traditional dances performed by the Colonial Capers of the Early Music New York group.
Flute Concerto in D, RV 428, the Goldfinch, by Antonio Vivaldi Janet See - flute; Nicholas McGegan Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra.
Symphony No. 18 in F, K 130 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. James Levine leading the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Capriccio for Harp & string Orchestra by Walter Piston: Therese Elder Wunrow - harp; Gerard Schwarz Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 4 Walter by Walter Piston again Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Sinfonietta (1990/2007) by Jack Gallagher JoAnn Falleta conducting Members of the London Symphony (on a NAXOS label).
Romance for Violin & Orchestra, Op. 11 by Antonin Dvorak performed b y Ilya Kaler - violin; Camilla Kolchinsky Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Prelude & Liebestod Tristan und Isolde of Richard Wagner; Christine Brewer - soprano; Donald Runnicles & the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Tod und Verklärung, Op. 24 by Richard Strauss with Donald Runniicles conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 of Antonin Dvorak. sIlya Kaler - violin; Camilla Kolchinsky Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Concerto No. I in Cminor for piano, trumpet and Orchestra by Dmitri Shostakovich performed by Yefem Bronfman - piano, Thomas Stevens - Trumpet, Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic

And that does it for this week, see you on Tuesday!

Mike Price

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