Friday, November 11, 2011

Afternoon Classics, November 11, 2011

Thanks to so many of you for supporting KRNN during Afternoon Classics today, and to Greg Williams and Alice Rarig for additional support on-air and through their challenge gift! Thanks also to Grateful Dogs of Juneau and the Juneau Raptor Center for answering phones during Afternoon Classics.

Henri Tomasi, Concerto for trumpet and orchestra (1948)
Slovak Radio Orchestra, Kirk Trevor; John Holt, trumpet (Crystal Records)

Franz Liszt, Romance: "Ò pourquoi donc" (1848) and "La campanella" from Grandes études de Paganini, No. 3 in g-sharp (1851)
Lang Lang, piano

Antonio Vivaldi (1878-1741), Concerto for violin, strings and harpsichord in D, RV209
English Chamber Orchestra, Pinchas Zukerman

Andrés Isasi, Symphony No. 2 in g, Op. 23 (by 1931)
Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Juan José Mena

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata for piano No. 10 in C, K330 (1781-83)
Karlyn Bond, piano

Launy Grondahl, Concerto for trombone (1950)
Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard; Jesper Juul, trombone

Constanzo Antegnati (d. 1624), Canzon vigesima (La Moranda) and Canzon 9 (La Battera)
Brass members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Randall Thompson, Suite for oboe, clarinet and viola (1940)
Peter Christ, oboe; David Atkins, clarinet; Alan de Veritch, viola

Arvo Pärt, Trisagion (1993/95)
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Saulius Sondeckis

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