Monday, October 29, 2012
Dee Perry hosts another edition of the monthly series Music Monday as she welcomes local folks who listen to music for a living to share music from their playlists. This month, in honor of WCLV 104.9 FM's 50th anniversary Dee's going classical with WCLV's Bill O'Connell, Don Rosenberg from The Plain Dealer and Tom Welsh from The Cleveland Museum of Art
Music heard on today’s show:
Ensemble Caprice – Bach: Brandenburg Concerto #3 & Shostakovich: Fugue Op 87/7
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Brass – Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet “Death of Tybalt”
So Percussion and Grey McMurray – “Where (we) Live”
Project Trio - “Beethoven 5” and “Classique”
The King’s Singers – Palestrina: Sanctus from “Pope Marcellus” Mass
Melia Watras – Dan Visconti “Hard-Knock Stomp for viola solo”
Mungolian Jetset – “Mung’s Picazzo”
Seattle Symphony – Schumann (arr. Tchaikovsky): Symphonic Etude #12
Grant Parks Chorus – Abbie Betinis: “the bee’s song”
Hafez Modirzadeh – “Facet Seventeen”
Alisa Weilerstein – Elgar Cello Concerto
Ittai Shapira with Russian Philharmonic – Barber: Violin Concerto Op 14
Dorothy Collins – Steven Sondheim’s Follies: “Losing My Mind”
Newband – “Yonah’s Dream”
Dallas Wind Symphony – David Lovrien: Minor Alterations
Bryn Terfel with Metropolitan Opera Orchestra – Wagner: Die Walkure “Magic Fire Music”
John Luther Adams - “Three High Places”
Eckart Runge and Jacques Ammon – Cello Cinema “Chaplin”
Craig Sheppard – Liszt: “Les Cloches de Geneve”
Nik Bartsch’s Ronin – “Module 36 Leipzig”
Bill O’Connell, WCLV
Don Rosenberg, Plain Dealer
Tom Welsh, Cleveland Museum of Art
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Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.
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