Music from Across the Centuries and Around the World: #236


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Sun, 02/02/2020 - 8:00am to 11:00am
Over the next three hours, we’ll enjoy wonderful choral, vocal, and instrumental classical music, including Rachmaninov’s choral symphony, The Bells, and works from Villa-Lobos, Mozart, Debussy, Vaughan Williams . . . and more.

TTF Program 236

February 2, 2020

Hour One

  1. Rutter:  What sweeter music (The Cambridge Singers; the City of London Sinfonia; dir. John Rutter) 4:18
  2. Debussy:  Reverie (Van Cliburn) 4:46
  3. Mozart:  Horn Concerto #4 in e flat major (Barry Tuckwell, horn; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, dir. Sir Neville Marriner) 15:30-ish
  4. Villa-Lobos: Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra (Norbert Kraft, guitar; Northern Chamber Orchestra; dir. Nicholas Ward) 17:51
  5. Vaughan Williams: Magnificat (Helen Watts, contralto; The Ambrosian Singers (women’s voices); Orchestra Nova of London) 13:10

Hour Two

  1. Taverner:  O splendor gloriae (The Sixteen, dir. Harry Christophers) 10:24
  2. Schutz:  Musikalische Exequien, op. 7 (Schutz-Academie, dir. Howard Arman) 8:00
  3. Haydn:  Missa in tempore belli (Ruth Ziesak, soprano; Ingeborg Danz, alto; Christoph Pregardien, tenor; Michel Brodard, bass; Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart; Stuttgarter Kammerorchester; dir. Helmuth Rilling) 38:17

Hour Three

  1. Sances: Occhi, occhi miei cari  (Sarah Pillow, soprano; Steven Player, baroque guitar; Jan Walters, Italian baroque triple harp) 6:41
  2. Rachmaninov:  The Bells (Natalia Troitskaya, soprano; Ryszard Karczykowski, tenor; Tom Krauss, baritone; Chorus of the Concertgebouw Orchestra; Concertgebouw Orchestra, dir. Vladimir Ashkenazy) 30:15
  3. Wagner:  Tristan und Isolde Overture (Bamberg Symphony, dir. Hans Swarowsky) 14:32


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