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Morning Musicale

Daily music offerings from the IPR library

Thursday, March 9, 2017


Gabrieli:  Canzon X; Empire Brass and Friends (Telarc 80204)

Haydn:  Violin Concerto No. 4 in G; Simon Standage, The English Concert/Pinnock (Archiv 427 316)

Granados:  Allegro de concierto; Alicia de Larrocha, piano (London 410 288)

Alwyn:  Elizabethan Dances; Royal Liverpool PO/Lloyd-Jones (Naxos 8.570144)

Askew:  Robin Hood; Paul O’Dette, lute (Harmonia Mundi 907265)



Verdi:  Va, pensiero (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) from Nabucco; Chicago SO and Chorus/Solti (London 430 226)

Saint-Saëns:  The Carnival of the Animals; Jonathan Winters, narrator; Philharmonia O/Kurtz (EMI 49918)

Myslivecek:  Wind Octet No. 3 in B flat; Albert Schweitzer Octet (CPO 999 314)

Monn:  Symphony in B flat; L’Arpa Festante/Gaigg (CPO 999 273)



Schumann:  Märchenerzählungen (Fairy Tales), op. 132; Robert Schumann Ensemble (Radio Netherlands 93002)

German:  Symphony No. 2 in a, “Norwich”:  third and fourth movemetns; BBC Concert O/Wilson (Dutton Epoch 7202)

Barber:  Second Essay for Orchestra, op. 17; New York PO/Schippers (Sony 62837)

Barber:  Sure on this shining night, op. 13/3; Thomas Allen, baritone; Roger Vignoles, piano (Virgin Classics 45033)

Handel:  Jephtha Suite; Collegium Musicum 90/Standage (Chandos 0685)


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