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Oct. 22 2014

Playlist: Oct/22/14

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8:05 AM Robert Beaser — Mountain Songs Valerie Pettys,fluteDavid Hopman,guitarGajo, 1002 8:00 AM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — The Impresario: Overture Conductor: Bruno WeilEnsemble: TafelmusikCBS/Sony, 46695 7:43 AM George Frederich Handel — Concerto Grosso No. 12 Key: bOpus: 6Conductor: Sir Neville MarrinerEnsemble: Academy of St Martin in FieldsLondon, 4758673 7:35 AM Joaquin Turina — La Procesion […]

Oct. 21 2014

An Evolving Alignment of Medium and Message

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In a Carnegie Hall concert, Maurizio Pollini’s programming choices showed a change in emphasis and message.

Oct. 21 2014

Stephen Paulus, Classical Composer Rich in Lyricism, Dies at 65

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Mr. Paulus’s warmly received musical output was prodigious, including 13 operas and some 400 choral works.

Oct. 21 2014

Playlist: Oct/21/14

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10:34 PM Joseph Haydn — Symphony No. 94 Key: GConductor: Herbert von KarajanEnsemble: Berlin PhilharmonicDG/Archiv, 429658 10:31 PM Alessandro Scarlatti — San Filippo Neri: Introduction Conductor: Ottavio Dantone, dir. & hpschdEnsemble: Accademia BizantinaLondon, 470650 10:06 PM Felix Mendelssohn — String Quartet No.4 Key: eOpus: 44Ensemble: Artis QuartetAccord, 200672 10:03 PM Frederic Chopin — Waltz No. […]

Oct. 20 2014

For John Adams, a Day of Music, Not Protests

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The composer John Adams conducted players from Yale and the Brentano String Quartet in a program that included his “Pure Jest,” inspired by Beethoven.

Oct. 20 2014

At Relative Ease, While Taking Command

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Joined by the pianist Yefim Bronfman, the Emerson String Quartet performed a program last Tuesday featuring works by Beethoven, Purcell, Britten and Schumann.

Oct. 20 2014

For Strauss, Tough Love Was a Good Thing

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The American Symphony Orchestra performed “Marriage Actually,” a program of Strauss works inspired by conjugal life, on Wednesday at Carnegie Hall.

Oct. 20 2014

Playlist: Oct/20/14

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10:22 PM Samuel Coleridge-Taylor — Nonet for Winds, Strings, & Piano Key: fOpus: 2Mary Ashley Barret, oboeKelly Burke, clarinetJohn Fadial, violinCraig Brown, double bassAndrew Harley, pianoCentaur, 2691 9:58 PM George Frederich Handel — Il pastor fido: Overture Conductor: Joel ThiffaultEnsemble: Montreal Baroque OrchestraAtma, 3005 9:57 PM Jeremiah Clarke — Serenade for Trumpet & Organ Edward […]

Oct. 19 2014

Playlist: Oct/19/14

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8:39 PM Claude Debussy — Children’s Corner Conductor: Charles DutoitEnsemble: Montreal Symphony OrchestraLondon, 444386 8:00 PM Antonin Dvorak — Piano Quintet No. 2 Key: AOpus: 81Ensemble: Emerson String QuartetMenahem Pressler,pianoDG/Archiv, 439868 6:40 PM Paul Bowles — Concerto for 2 Pianos, Winds, & Conductor: Richard BrownEnsemble: Shepherd School Percussion EnsClinton-Narboni Duo, pianosElan, 82404 6:25 PM Johann […]

Oct. 18 2014

Mozart and More

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When the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts began over a century ago, tickets cost just 5 cents each. Now they’re up to $14.

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