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Marlboro Month: Haydn

08/11/11 8:00AM

Franz Joseph Haydn's "Gypsy rondo" Piano Trio ends with a big ol' Hungarian style finale. We'll hear an exciting performance of it from the 1998 Marlboro Music Festival this morning, along with a set of songs by Johannes Brahms, who had a lifelong fascination with Hungarian music.



Moscow-Cheryomushki Suite, Op. 105: Polka & Galop
Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Ensemble: The Philadelphia Orchestra
Conductor: Riccardo Chailly
CD/Album: "Shostakovich: The Dance Album"
Record co./Cat #: London 452597


Composer: Astor Piazzolla
CD/Album: "North Country Chamber Players"
Record co./Cat #: North Country Chamber Players 1
Note: * NCCP has concerts tonight in Stowe and tomorrow in NH. For info: www.NorthCountryChamberPlayers.org


Zigeunerlieder, Op. 103 (selections) ("Gypsy Songs")
Composer: Johannes Brahms
Ensemble: Danish National Radio Choir
Conductor: Stefan Parkman
Soloists: Bengt Forsberg, piano
CD/Album: "Brahms: Choral Works-Danish National Radio Choir/Forsberg/Parkman"
Record co./Cat #: Chandos 9806
Note: (on verse by Hugo Conrat)


Piano Trio #39 in G, HOB 15/25 "Gypsy Rondo"
Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn
Ensemble: Marlboro Music Festival
Soloists: Jonathan Biss, piano ; Isidore Cohen, violin ; Nina Maria Lee, cello
CD/Album: "Marlboro Music Festival on 7/26/1998"
Record co./Cat #: Marlboro 1998-07-26
Note: (Recorded at the Marlboro Music Festival, 7/26/1998)


The Birds
Composer: Ottorino Respighi
Ensemble: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
CD/Album: "Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances I & III etc."
Record co./Cat #: Deutsche Grammophon 437533


Canzon on the 12th Tone ("Echo" Canzon)
Composer: Giovanni Gabrieli
Ensemble: Empire Brass
CD/Album: "The Glory of Gabrieli"
Record co./Cat #: Telarc 80553


Rounds for String Orchestra
Composer: David Diamond
Ensemble: LA Chamber Orchestra
Conductor: Gerard Schwarz
CD/Album: "Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra/American Music for Strings"
Record co./Cat #: Nonesuch 79002
Note: (written in July, 1944 - commissioned by Dmitri Mitropolous)


Toccata in c, BWV 911
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloists: Kawai Chan, piano
CD/Album: "Kawai Chan: Bach's Toccata in c, BWV 911"
Record co./Cat #: Kawai Chan 1
Note: (Recorded live at Ithaca College - April, 2003)


Czech Suite
Composer: Antonin Dvorak
Ensemble: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Antal Dorati
CD/Album: "Dvorak: Slavonic Dances-Czech Suite"
Record co./Cat #: London 460293


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