European Classical Music from the early 15th century to the mid-19th century on The Third Floor: #213

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Sun, 08/25/2019 - 8:00am to 11:00am
Luigi Cherubini's Requiem dominates Hour Two on the program. Over the three hours of the program, a string quartet from Spohr and a symphony from Parry, plus motets and instrumental works from Tallis, Palestrina, Gluck, Bach, Handel, and Chopin.

TTF Program 213

August 25, 2019

  1. Palestrina:  Tu es pastor ovium (Sistine Chapel Choir, dir. Massimo Palombella) 5:20
  2. Chopin:  Nocturne #1, op. 72 in e minor (Artur Rubinstein) 4:40
  3. John Dunstaple:  Gaude virgo Katherina (The Binchois Consort, dir. Andrew Kirkman) 4:26
  4. Schubert:  Lieder nach Gedichten von Ludwig Rellstab (Michael Volle, baritone; Ulrich Eisenlohr, piano; Sjon Scott, horn) 15:48
  5. Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry:  Symphony #5 in b minor -- Symphonic Fantasia 1912  (BBC Philharmonic, dir. Vassily Sinaisky) 24:30

Hour Two

  1. Handel:  Zadok the Priest (Choir of King’s College, Cambridge; London Philharmonic Orchestra, dir. Sir Adrian Boult) 5:24
  2. Luigi Cherubini:  Requiem for chorus and orchestra, in c minor (Gruppo Vocale Cantemus; Orchestra della Radio Svizzera Italiana; dir. Diego Fasolis) 47:57

Hour Three

  1. Bach:  Lobet den Herren, alle Heiden (Bachchor Stockholm; Concentus Musicus, dir. Nikolaus Harnoncourt) 5:44
  2. Louis Spohr, 1784-1858:  Quartet #34 in e flat major, op. 152 (Moscow Philharmonic Concertino String Quartet) 31:35
  3. Tallis:  In manus tuas (The Tallis Scholars, dir. Peter Phillips) 2:00
  4. Christoph Willibald Gluck 1714-1787: Symphony in g major ‘Weimarer’ for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 horns and strings (L’orfeo Barockorchester, dir. Michi Geig) 14:22


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