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Program Guide for Saturday, July 26, 2014

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1782 John Field - Irish pianist, composer and teacher (d.1837); very highly regarded by his contemporaries and his playing and compositions influenced many composers, including Chopin, Brahms, Schumann, and Liszt; best known for originating the piano nocturne, a form later made famous by Chopin.

1876 Ernest Schelling - American pianist, composer and conductor (d.1939); the first conductor of the Young People’s Concerts of the New York Philharmonic

1882 premiere of Richard Wagner’s last completed music drama, Parsifal, at the second Bayreuth Festival, which maintained a monopoly on Parsifal productions until 1903, when the opera was performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

1958 Angela Hewitt - British/Canadian pianist (56 years old); 3rd Prize at the 1979 Cleveland International Piano Competition; best known for her Bach interpretations.

Program Guide

00:00 WCLV ALL NIGHT with Rob Grier

07:00 CONCIERTO with Frank Dominguez: Celebrating the Latin contribution to classical music

09:00 FROM THE TOP with Christopher O’Riley and America’s finest young musicians; recorded

10:00 MUSICAL PASSIONS with Eric Kisch: Stormy Weather

Lena Horne
“Stormy Weather” (YouTube Public Domain) 0:19

Richard Wagner: Die Walküre: Opening sequence
James King, tenor; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Georg Solti (London 414105 CD)

Franz Schubert: “Die junge Nonne”
Elizabeth Schwartzkopf, soprano; Edwin Fischer, piano (EMI 47326 CD) 4:48

Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 17 “The Tempest:” Allegretto
Clara Haskil, piano (Philips 480022 CD) 6:02

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral:” Movement 4 “Storm”
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Erich Kleiber (EMI 75115 CD) 3:28

Benjamin Britten: Peter Grimes: Monolog & Storm Interlude from Act I
Jon Vickers, tenor; Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden/Colin Davis (Philips 6769014 LP) 5:49

Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in F Major “La Tempesta di Mare”
Jean-Pierre Rampal, flute; I Soloisti Veneti/Claudio Scimone (Erato 45401 CD) 4:59

Richard Wagner: The Flying Dutchman: Overture
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/ Wilhelm Furtwängler (Seraphim 6024 LP) 11:25

11:00 THE SCORE with Edmund Stone:

Main Title - Jaws, 1975 – London 289 467 045 2 - John Williams - original soundtrack/John Williams, cond.

The Future/Main Titles and WelcomeBack/End Titles from X-Men: Days of Future Past, 2014 – Sony 88843 05583 2 - John Ottman - original soundtrack/Jeffrey Schindler, cond.

Maleficient Suite from Maleficient, 2014 - Walt Disney 1908702 - James Newton Howard - original soundtrack/Pete Anthony, cond.

Planet of the End Credits from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 2014 – Sony 3088262 - Michael Giacchino - original soundtrack

You Had Us Worried from Planes Fire and Resue, 2014 - Walt Disney digital release - Mark Mancina - original soundtrack/Don Harper, cond.

The Ride is Over from The Expendables 3, 2014 - courtesy of the composer - Brian Tyler - original soundtrack

You’re That Spider Guy from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 2014 – Columbia 3048182 - Hans Zimmer - original soundtrack/Nick Glennie-Smith, cond.

12:00 COMPOSERS DATEBOOK; CLASSICS FOR KIDS with Naomi Lewin: George Gershwin: Jazz in Classical Music

12:08 CLASSICAL WEEKEND with Jim Mehrling

13:00 OPERA IN AMERICA: Cleveland Orchestra
JANÁČEK The Cunning Little Vixen (1:38:18) 3 breaks
Franz Welser-Möst, conductor
Martina Janková, soprano (Vixen)
Alan Held, bass-baritone (Forester)
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano (Fox)
Julie Boulianne, mezzo-soprano (Dog)
Cleveland Orchestra Chorus; Children’s Chorus


16:00 CENTER STAGE FROM WOLF TRAP with Bill McGlaughlin & Rich Kleinfeldt

Heinrich Biber: Sonata III in F
Chatham Baroque

Henri Dutilleux: Sarabande et Cortège
Peter Kolkay, bassoon; Alexandra Nguyen, piano

Gabriel Faure: “Nell”, Op. 18, No. 1 (1880)
Eric Barry, tenor; Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

Henri Duparc: “L’invitation au voyage” (1870)
Marcy Stonikas, soprano; Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

Off the Beaten Track - Marc Mellits: Platter of Discontent (2004)
I: The Seduction of Brie; III: Standing at the Gates of Orange Wheat; IV: Paranoid Cheese
Society for New Music/Cynthia Johnston Turner (innova 719)

Francis Poulenc: Trio for Piano, Oboe, and Bassoon
Peter Kolkay, bassoon; Deirdre Chadwick, oboe; Alexandra Nguyen, piano

17:00 CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER with Elliott Forrest: Brahms & Dvorák
Brahms: Zwei Gesänge for Voice, Viola & Piano, Op. 91
--Sasha Cooke, mezzo-soprano; Paul Neubauer, viola; Gilbert Kalish, piano
Dvorák: Trio in f for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 65
--Wu Han, piano; Philip Setzer, violin; David Finckel, cello

18:00 FOOTLIGHT PARADE: SOUNDS OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL with Bill Rudman: 1999 on Stage - The best of the year in shows ranging from Rodgers and Hart’s “Babes in Arms” to the explosive rock musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”

18:00:00 00:00:51 George and Ira Gershwin Fascinating Rhythm
Wllliam Bolcom Songs by Gershwin Nonesuch 979151-2

18:01:06 00:04:03 Richard Adler-Jerry Ross Steam Heat
Jane Lanier, Michael Paternostro Fosse—Original B’way Cast RCA 09026-63379-2

18:05:00 00:04:25 John Kander-Fred Ebb Nowadays
Valerie Pettiford, Jane Lanier Fosse—Original B’way Cast RCA 09026-63379-2

18:09:48 00:00:48 Dean Pitchford-Tom Snow Footloose Finale
Company Footloose—Original B’way Cast Q The Music Q10032

18:10:36 00:02:44 Dean Pitchford-Tom Snow Dancing Is Not a Crime
Jeremy Kushner Footloose—Original B’way Cast Q The Music Q10032

18:13:51 00:02:43 Jason Robert Brown Leo’s Statement
Brent Carver Parade—Original B’way Cast RCA 09026-63378-2

18:16:34 00:02:20 Jason Robert Brown Summation and Cakewalk
Company Parade—Original B’way Cast RCA 09026-63378-2

18:19:13 00:03:39 John Cameron Mitchell Wicked Little Town
John Cameron Mitchell Hedwig and the Angry Inch New Line N5400

18:23:07 00:02:09 Elton John-Gerard Allessandrini Circle of Mice
Company Forbidden Broadway Cleans Up Its Act DRG DRG12616

18:26:23 00:04:05 Irving Berlin You Can’t Get a Man With a Gun
Bernadette Peters Annie Get Your Gun Angel 24355-68122

18:30:26 00:01:53 Irving Berlin I Got Lost in His Arms
Bernadette Peters Annie Get Your Gun Angel 24355-68122

18:32:41 00:02:17 Cy Coleman-Carolyn Leigh I Love You
Martin Short, Faith Prince Little Me—1999 Revival Varese Sarabande VSD-6011

18:35:10 00:02:30 Clark Gesner The Doctor Is In
Anthony Rapp, Ilana Levine You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown RCA 09026-63384-2

18:37:59 00:02:56 Andrew Lippa My New Philosophy
Kristen Chenoweth You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown RCA 09026-63384-2

18:41:17 00:03:17 Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart Johnny One-Note
Melissa Rain Anderson Babes in Arms—1999 City Center Encores DRG DRG94769

18:45:11 00:03:48 J.Styne-B.Comden-A.Green The Late, Late Show
Nathan Lane Do Re Mi—1999 Encores Revival DRG DRG94768

18:48:53 00:03:18 J.Styne-B.Comden-A.Green Make Someone Happy
Brian Stokes Mitchell, Heather Hedley Do Re Mi—1999 Encores Revival DRG DRG94768

18:52:30 00:00:30 George and Ira Gershwin Sweet and Low Down
Joshua Bell Gershwin Fantasy Sony SK60659

18:53:07 00:03:52 Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart Filler: Where or When
David Campbell, Erin Dilly Babes in Arms—1999 City Center Encores DRG DRG94769

19:00 SYMPHONY AT SEVEN with John Simna

20:00 SATURDAYS FROM SEVERANCE with Robert Conrad - The Cleveland Orchestra, Leon Fleisher, conductor; Jonathan Biss, piano - recorded live in Severance Hall
MENDELSSOHN: Hebrides Overture
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 2
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3

22:00 WEEKEND RADIO with Robert Conrad - A program about leafy things – trees: Stuart McClean tells about tree planting; The Smother Brothers talk to the trees; other woody items by the Panther Players,
“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” John Aler, the King’s Singers, Shostakovich, and Allen Sherman...You’d be surprised at all of the tree items we found...Mark Levy presents “Your Right to Reverse”...This Week in the Media

23:00 LATE PROGRAM with John Simna

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