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Aug. 02 2019

Toccata listings 8/4/19

By Mark Malinowski | Posted in Host Blogs, Toccata | No Comments

On tonight’s program, music for the concertina by “The Great Regondi,” the rarely heard Studies for piano by Brahms, which includes his famous left hand arrangement of Bach’s Chaccone, and an organ concerto by the composer of “Rule, Britannia!”  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!

 

6:00 PM 31169
Giulio Regondi Leisure Moments No.2 Bridge 9055
SOLO Douglas Rogers,concertina
SOLO Julie Lustman,piano
2:26 C 1 2-2
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6:02 PM 31170
Giulio Regondi Leisure Moments No.3 Bridge 9055
SOLO Douglas Rogers,concertina
SOLO Julie Lustman,piano
1:00 C 1 3-3
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6:03 PM 31171
Giulio Regondi Leisure Moments No.4 Bridge 9055
SOLO Douglas Rogers,concertina
SOLO Julie Lustman,piano
1:08 C 1 4-4
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6:04 PM 31174
Giulio Regondi Leisure Moments No.5 Bridge 9055
SOLO Douglas Rogers,concertina
SOLO Julie Lustman,piano
2:36 C 1 10-10
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6:10 PM 37885
Johannes Brahms Five Studies for Piano ANH 1 Naxos 501201
SOLO Idil Biret, piano
33:09 C 6 3-7
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6:45 PM 24031
Thomas Augustine Arne Organ Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Chandos 8605
COND Adrian Shepherd AY dree in SHEP herd
ORCH Cantilena
SOLO Roger Bevan Williams, organ
13:16 C 2 8-11
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