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Program Guide for Saturday, April 19, 2014

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1774 premiere of Christoph Willibald Gluck’s Iphigénie en Aulide (Iphigenia in Aulis) at the Paris Opéra; based on Jean Racine’s tragedy Iphigénie.

1787 Mozart finishes his String Quintet No. 3 in C K 515 in Vienna; this work inspired Franz Schubert to write his own quintet in the same key, though Schubert’s scoring involves two cellos rather than Mozart’s two violas.

1868 Max von Schillings - German conductor, composer and theater director (d.1933); chief conductor at the Berlin State Opera from 1919 to 1925.

1892 Germaine Tailleferre - French composer (d.1983); the only female member of the group of composers known as Les Six.

1936 first performance of Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto in Barcelona at the Festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music, by the Pablo Casals Orchestra conducted by Hermann Scherchen with violinist Louis Krasner who had commissioned the work.

1947 Murray Perahia - American pianist and conductor (67 years old); quote: “Music represents an ideal world where all dissonances resolve, where all modulations —that are journeys— return home, and where surprise and stability coexist.”

1947 Yan-Pascal Tortelier - French conductor and violinist (67 years old); son of cellist Paul Tortelier.

Program Guide

00:00 WCLV ALL NIGHT with Rob Grier
Peter Tchaikovsky: Suite No. 3 in G Op 55 (1884)
Aaron Copland: Appalachian Spring (1944)
Antonín Dvorák: String Quintet No. 2 in G Op 77 (1875)
Sergei Prokofiev: Symphony No. 6 in e-Flat Op 111 (1947)

06:00 CONCIERTO with Frank Dominguez: Celebrating the Latin contribution to classical music
Lorenzo Palomo:  Madrigal and Five Sephardic Songs
Osvaldo Golijov: Selections from St. Mark Passion
Johann Sebastian Bach: Selections from St. Matthew Passion BWV 244

Luigi Boccherini: Guitar Quintet in D G 448
Jason Vieaux, guitar; Escher String Quartet Hodgson Concert Hall, University of Georgia, Athens GA - Music: 16:23

Piano Puzzler: This week’s contestant is Doug G. from Georgetown, KY - Time: 7:15

Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto in d Op 47: 2. Adagio di molto; 3. Allegro ma non tanto
Sergey Khachatryan, violin; Sydney Symphony Orchestra; James Gaffigan, conductor Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia - Music: 16:21

Robert Schumann: Overture to Genoveva Op 81
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor Music Centre, Helsinki, Finland - Music: 9:10

Eric Whitacre (arr Chris Lennard): Sleep
Seattle Marimba Quartet: Chris Lennard, Christian Krehbiel, Craig Wende, Brian Yarkosky In Studio at KING FM, Seattle, WA - Music: 5:37

Bohuslav Martinu: Toccata e due canzoni
WDR Symphony Orchestra; Jakub Hrusa, conductor Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany - Music: 27:54

10:00 MUSICAL PASSIONS with Eric Kisch: Easter Program

11:00 THE SCORE with Edmund Stone: Sounding Funny

12:00 COMPOSERS DATEBOOK; CLASSICS FOR KIDS with Naomi Lewin: Antonio Vivaldi & Violin Concertos through the Ages

12:08 CLASSICAL WEEKEND with Jim Mehrling
Gabriel Fauré (arr Henri Rabaud): Dolly Suite Op 56 (1897)
Johann Sebastian Bach: Keyboard Concerto No. 6 in F BWV 1057 (1740)

Richard Strauss: Arabella (1933)
The 2013-14 Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcast season continues with a live broadcast of Richard Strauss’s elegant romance Arabella.  Philippe Auguin conducts a cast full of debuting artists.  Swedish soprano Malin Byström, who made a notable Met debut in Gounod’s Faust two seasons ago, sings the role of the levelheaded, yet idealistic Arabella.  German baritone Michael Volle, a leading exponent of dramatic baritone roles in Europe, has made his Met debut this season as Arabella’s suitor Mandryka.  Also new to the Met this season are soprano Juliane Banse, who sings the role of Arabella’s sister Zdenka, tenor Roberto Saccà as Matteo, and bass-baritone Martin Winkler as Count Waldner.
The intermissions will include backstage interviews with the stars, as well as the Toll Brothers-Metropolitan Opera Opera Quiz featuring guest artist, tenor Matthew Polenzani, who is currently starring in Mozart’s Così fan tutte.

Germaine Tailleferre: Piano Trio (1978)

17:00 FROM THE TOP with Christopher O’Riley and America’s finest young musicians; recorded August 4, 2013 in Aspen, CO
From the Top travels to the Aspen Music Festival and School this week to meet the amazing young musicians who’ve gathered there to study. We’ll hear one of Tchaikovsky’s most playful pieces performed by a talented 16-year-old violinist … we’ll hear a wonderfully passionate young pianist perform Preludes by Debussy … and we’ll learn how that pianist defied the odds and managed to find his way to America from a very small, rural village in southern China.

Alumni Piano Trio [Haruno Sato, violin, age 18 from Cleveland, OH; Adria Ye, piano, age 15 from Feasterville, PA & Austin Huntington, cello, age 19 from South Bend, IN]
Finale: Allegro assai appassionato from the Piano Trio No. 1 in d Op 49 by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)

Brian Mangrum, horn, age 18 from Montreal, Canada
Villanelle by Paul Dukas (1865-1935) accompanied by Christopher O’Riley, piano

Sterling Elliott, cello, age 14 from Newport News, VA
Introduction: andante – Allegro vivace from the Cello Concerto in d by Édouard Lalo (1823-1892), accompanied by Christopher O’Riley, piano

Jiacheng Xiong, piano, age 15 from Fujian, China
Les fées sont d’exquises danseuses and Général Lavine – eccentric from Préludes, Book II by Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

Angela Wee, violin, age 16 from Woodbury, NY
Waltz-Scherzo Op 34 by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), accompanied by Christopher O’Riley, piano

Colton Peltier, piano, age 19 from Hastings, MN
Transcendental Etude No. 5 in B-flat “Feux Follets” by Franz Liszt (1811-1886)

18:00 FOOTLIGHT PARADE: SOUNDS OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL with Bill Rudman: 1972 on Stage and Screen - The best of the year featuring two Bob Fosse triumphs: “Pippin” on Broadway and “Cabaret” on screen.

19:00 SYMPHONY AT SEVEN with John Simna
Johannes Brahms: Concerto for Violin & Cello in a Op 102 “Double” (1887)

20:00 SATURDAYS FROM SEVERANCE with Robert Conrad - The Cleveland Orchestra, Robert Porco, conductor; Liudmyla Monastyrska, soprano; Michelle DeYoung, mezzo-soprano; Dimitri Pittas, tenor; Raymond Aceto, bass; Cleveland Orchestra Chorus; recorded live in Severance Hall
Giuseppe Verdi: Requiem (1874)

22:00 WEEKEND RADIO with Robert Conrad - A retrospective of the Mastersinger’s legendary 45 rpm of “The Highway Code,” “Weather Report,” et al...and in observance of the changing of the guard on “The Tonight Show,” we look back to the beginning with Steve Allen pieces, including “The Question Man”...on Marginal Considerations, Jan C. Snow talks about “Easter Eggs”...This Week in the Media

23:00 LATE PROGRAM with John Simna
César Franck: Sleep of Psyché (1888)
Johann Sebastian Bach (arr Ton Koopman): St. Matthew Passion: Erbarme dich (1727)
Sir Edward Elgar: Romance from Violin Sonata Op 82 (1918)

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