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Program Guide for Thursday, October 23, 2014

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Almanac

1801 Albert Lortzing - German composer, actor and singer (d.1851); the chief representative of the German Spieloper, a form similar to the French opéra comique, which grew out of the Singspiel.

1881 First concert by Orchestre Lamoureux (officially, the Société des Nouveaux-Concerts, aka Concerts Lamoureux) in Paris, founded by Charles Lamoureux; has played an important role in French musical life, including giving the premieres of Claude Debussy’s Nocturnes (1900 and 1901) and La mer (1905).

1906 Miriam Gideon - American composer (d.1996); compositions include Lyric Piece for Strings (1942), Mixco (1957) and Of Shadows Numberless (1966).

1913 premiere of Frederick Delius’s On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and Summer Night on the River by the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Artur Nikisch conducting.

1923 Ned Rorem - American composer and diarist (91 years old); best known and most praised for his song settings.

1941 Lawrence Foster - American conductor (73 years old); since 2002, music director of the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon; has made a comprehensive survey in commercial recordings of the music of Georges Enescu.

1963 premiere of Alan Hovhaness’s Symphony No. 17 ‘Symphony for Metal Orchestra’ in Cleveland; commissioned for performance at a metallurgical convention, it is scored for metallic instruments only: 6 flutes, 3 trombones, and metallic percussion (5 players).

Program Guide

Choice CD of the Day

  • Choice CD of the Day

00:00 WCLV ALL NIGHT with Robin Grier
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-Flat Op 73 “Emperor” (1809)
Hans Gál: Symphony No. 4 Op 105 “Sinfonia Concertante” (1974)
Ned Rorem: Symphony No. 1 (1950)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (arr Franz Xaver Süssmayr): Requiem in d K 626 (1791)
Johannes Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in b Op 115 (1891)
Claude Debussy (arr André Caplet): La boîte à joujoux (1913)

06:00 BBC NEWS; FIRST PROGRAM with Jacqueline Gerber - Music and information to get your morning going, including the Sousalarm at 6:55am, Composers Datebook at 9:05 and the Movie Quiz at 9:25
Franz Joseph Haydn: Divertimento for Winds in B-Flat H 2: 46 (1784)
Orlando Gibbons: Pavan No. 16 in g (c.1620)
Giuseppe Verdi: Otello: Act 2 Finale “Si, pel ciel marmoreo giuro!” (1886)
Aaron Copland: Danzón Cubano (1944)
John Philip Sousa: March “King Cotton” (1895)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Rondo from Piano Concerto No. 5 Op 73 “Emperor” (1809)
George Frideric Handel: Israel in Egypt: He gave them hailstones (1739)
Gus Edwards: In My Merry Oldsmobile (1905)
Josef Suk: Finale from Serenade for Strings Op 6 (1892)
Joseph Lanner: Schönbrunn Waltz Op 200 (1842)
Thomas Tallis: In manus tuas, Domine (1575)
Richard Rodgers: The King and I: Overture (1951)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 6 in F Op 10/2 (1798)
Joaquín Rodrigo (arr Craig Leon): En Aranjuez con tu amor (1968)
Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Straussiana (1953)

10:00 WCLV MIDDAY with Mark Satola
Henry Purcell: Abdelazer: Suite (1695)
Symphony/Eliahu Inbal (PentaTone 5186157 CD) 4:18
Gabriel Fauré: Ballade in F-Sharp Op 19 (1879)
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 9 in e (1957)
Richard Wagner (arr Lorin Maazel): The Ring without Words: Finale (1987)

12:00pm BBC NEWS; MERIDIAN - Lighter fare for your midday break
Albert Lortzing: Zar und Zimmermann: Overture (1837)
Armstrong Gibbs: Miniature Dance Suite Op 124 (1951)
George Enescu: Roumanian Rhapsody No. 2 in D Op 11/2 (1901)

13:00 THE BIG WORK AT ONE
Ludwig van Beethoven: Septet in E-Flat Op 20 (1800)
Johann Christian Bach: Piano Concerto in E-Flat Op 7/5 (1770)

14:00 WCLV MIDDAY
Igor Stravinsky: Serenade in A (1925)
Charles Avison: Concerto Grosso No. 2 after Scarlatti in G (1743)

15:00 OCTOBER CHOICE CD’S
Traditional (arr Paul Campbell): Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond (1841)
Johann Sebastian Bach: Partita No. 4 in D BWV 828 (1729)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Choral Fantasy in c Op 80 (1808)

16:00 WCLV DRIVE TIME with Bill O’Connell - Music and information for the afternoon commute, including Composers Datebook at 4:00pm and the Movie Quiz at 4:25.
Igor Stravinsky: The Firebird: Infernal Dance (1910)
Ned Rorem: The Lordly Hudson (1947)
Heinrich Stölzel: Concerto Grosso for 4 Trumpets in D (c.1725)
Albert Lortzing: Hans Sachs: Overture (1840)
Claudio Monteverdi: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin: Laetatus sum (1610)
Claudio Monteverdi: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin: Dixit Dominus (1610)
Franz Schmidt: Notre Dame: Intermezzo (1904)
Ned Rorem: Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening (1974)

18:00 BBC NEWS; DINNER CLASSICS
Bedrich Smetana: The Bartered Bride: Overture & Dances (1866)
Antonín Dvorák: Scherzo capriccioso Op 66 (1883)

19:00 SYMPHONY AT SEVEN with John Simna
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 14 in E-Flat K 449 (1784)
Franz Schubert (arr Brian Newbould): Symphony No. 10 in D D 936a (1828)

20:00 WCLV ESSENTIAL CLASSICS
Georges Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 1 (1875)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-Flat Op 73 “Emperor” (1809)

21:00 SYMPHONYCAST with Alison Young: New York Philharmonic; Alan Gilbert, conductor; Rudolf Buchbinder, piano
Johannes Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Op 83 (1881)
Peter Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 in b Op 74 “Pathétique” (1893)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Für Elise WOO 59 (1810)
Bonus: George Gershwin: Cuban Overture (1932)--New York Philharmonic/Zubin Mehta

23:00 LATE PROGRAM
Frederick Delius: On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring (1912)
Henryk Wieniawski: Légende in g Op 17 (1859)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Adagio from Piano Concerto No. 5 Op 73 “Emperor” (1809)
Edvard Grieg: Peer Gynt: Act 2 Prelude “Ingrid’s Lament” (1876)

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