Monday, October 21, 2013
Dee Perry hosts another edition of Music Monday this time spotlighting recent classical music recordings. Joining Dee to spin some of the music that's in their current playlists are Bill O'Connell from WCLV, Tom Welsh from The Cleveland Museum of Art and composer Jeffrey Mumford from Lorain County Community College.
Tom Welsh is director of City Stages for the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Music from Today’s Show
Pablo Heras-Casado with Freiburg Baroque Orchestra Franz Schubert: Minuet from Symphony #4
The Claremont Trio with San Francisco Ballet Orchestra Beethoven: Triple Concerto
Zwerm Larry Polansky: tween (k-tood #2)
The Minnesota Orchestra Sibelius: Symphony No. 4
Jonas Kaufmann Verdi: Il Trovatore
Peter Minkler & Lura Johnson Arvo Part: Spiegel im Spiegel
Kronos Quartet & Gamelan Elektrika Christine Southworth: Supercollider
Van-Anh Vanessa Vo & Kronos Quartet Green River Delta
Antonio Pompa-Baldi Poulenc Meets Piaf
Albert Lee George Walker: Lilacs
Yolanda Kondonassis Ravel: Introduction et Allegro
Slee Sinfonietta Andrew Rindfleisch: What Vibes!
Quire Cleveland Cantate Domino
Carol Rodland & Christopher Theofanidis Flow My Tears
Eliesha Nelson & Douglas Rioth Quincy Porter: Duo for Viola
Either/Or Andrew Byrne: Striking
Stile Antico John Taverner: O splendor gloriae
Lawrence Brownlee Deep River
Miranda Cuckson & Thomas Sauer Ross Lee Finney: Sonata No. 3
Zebra Trio Pablo Ortiz: And All The Phonies Go Mad with Joy
Alessio Bax Brahms: Capriccio in F# Op 76/1
Bill O’Connell, WCLV 104.9 FM
Tom Welsh, Cleveland Museum of Art
Jeffrey Mumford, composer Lorain County Community College
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