Program Guide 01-21-2018
1710 Handel's music was performed in London for the first time, when orchestral works from his opera Rodrigo were performed as incidental music for a revival performance of Ben Jonson's play The Alchemist.
1816 premiere of Luigi Cherubini’s Requiem in Paris at a commemoration service for Louis XVI of France on the 23rd anniversary of his beheading during the French Revolution; the work was greatly admired by Beethoven, Schumann and Brahms.
1848 Henri Duparc – French composer (d.1933); best known for his 17 mélodies (art songs); a mental illness, diagnosed at the time as neurasthenia, caused him abruptly to cease composing at age 37, in 1885.
1899 Alexander Tcherepnin – Russian-born American composer and pianist (d.1977); his father, Nikolai Tcherepnin (a pupil of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov), was also a composer, as were his sons, Serge Tcherepnin and Ivan Tcherepnin and two of his grandsons.
1941 Plácido Domingo – Spanish tenor, conductor and arts administrator (79 years old); has sung at least 144 different opera roles and has made well over 100 recordings; one of the giants of the 20th (and now, 21st) century.
1944 Uto Ughi – Italian violinist and conductor (76 years old); considered one of Italy's greatest living violinists; also active in the promotion of classical music.
1961 premiere of Francis Poulenc’s Gloria with Adele Addison, soprano, and the Boston Symphony and Pro Musica Chorus led by Charles Munch.
Recording of the Week
FILM AT FIVE with Bill O’Connell: The E. M. Forster Trilogy
00:02:00 00:17:06 Richard Robbins A Room with a View: Suite Symphony Orchestra Angel/EMI 28956
00:22:00 00:15:44 Richard Robbins Maurice: Suite Harry Rabinowitz Symphony Orchestra Angel/EMI 28956
00:39:00 00:18:02 Richard Robbins Howard's End: Suite Symphony Orchestra Harry Rabinowitz Martin Jones, piano Angel/EMI 28956
00:58:00 00:01:14 Edvard Grieg Lyric Pieces Book 1: Arietta Op 12 Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano Centaur 2930
01:00 CHICAGO SYMPHONY with Lisa Simeone – Bernard Haitink, conductor; Till Fellner, piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 22, K. 482
Richard Strauss: An Alpine Symphony
Anton Webern: Im Sommerwind
02:58:00 00:01:32 Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata No. 75: Chorale "Was Gott tut, Ludwig Güttler Güttler Brass Ensemble BerlinClas 1090
03:00 THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK with Alec Baldwin – Kurt Masur, conductor
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1
Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 7
Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll--Pierre Boulez, conductor
05:00 MILLENNIUM OF MUSIC with Robert Aubry Davis: Yet Three More from Accent - The tireless label of the Baroque gives us love songs of the 17th century, early Baroque Italian cello works, and suites by Johann Schmierer
06:04:00 00:05:15 Ola Gjeilo Ubi caritas Voces8 Ola Gjeilo, piano Decca 24646
06:09:00 00:05:56 Ola Gjeilo Second Eve Voces8 Decca 4785703
06:13:00 00:12:36 Ola Gjeilo Dark Night of the Soul Harrington String Quartet Charles Bruffy Alison Chaney, soprano; Ola Gjeilo, piano; Phoenix Chorale Chandos 5100
06:30 MUSIC AND THE SPOKEN WORD with Lloyd Newell & the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
07:00 PIPEDREAMS with Michael Barone: Have You Not Heard? - With so many composers for the organ, inevitably a few rather interesting items get lost in the shuffle!
MAXIME GOULET: Citius, altius, forties! Jean-Willy Kunz (2014 Casavant/Maison Symphonique, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) ATMA Classique 2-2747
JOHANN HELMICH ROMAN (trans. Vretblad): Sinfonia di Chiesa John Kitchen (1897 Hope-Jones, 1953 Willis/McEwan Hall, University of Edinburgh, Scotland) Delphian 34163
QUENTIN MACLEAN: Parade of the Sunbeams
TREVOR DUNCAN: The Girl from Corsica
REGINALD PORTER-BROWN: Cheeky Chappie Richard Hills (1937 Compton/Civic Center, Southampton, England) Silver Street Music 0037
FERRUCCIO BUSONI: 3 Medieval Monologues (Danza-Cavaliere-Paggio) Paolo Bottini (2004 Chici/Collegiata di Sant’Andrea, Empoli, Italy) Bongiovanni 5191
JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA: Pavana alla Venetiana.
ASCANIO MAYONE: Ricercar Primo –Francesco di Lernia (historic instruments) DiG Classic 62
DANIEL KNAGGS: Ave Maria No. 9 (Rosa Mystica) Shepherd Vocal Ensemble./Richard Robbins, director; Stephanie Handal, soprano, Felipe Gasper (1996 Fisk-Rosales/Shepherd School of Music, Rice University, Houston, TX) Ecce Records 2013
CARL CZERNY: 2 Short Voluntaries, fr Op. 698 (Nos. 3 & 5) Iain Quinn (2000 Fritts/Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ) Naxos 8.573425 HANS-ANDRÉ STAMM: Rapsodia alla Latina Christopher Herrick (2012 Metzler/Royal Abbey of Saint Mary, Poblet, Spain) Hyperion 68129
08:00 WITH HEART AND VOICE with Peter DuBois: What's New - Our periodic exploration of new and recent recordings of sacred choral and organ music that have come across Peter DuBois’ desk. There are always some new gems to uncover, so join us for this treasure hunt
09:00 MUSICAL PASSIONS with Eric Kisch: Happy Music
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.6 “Pastoral” - “Awakening of cheerful feelings upon arrival in the countryside” Scottish Chamber Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras (Hyperion -44303 CD) 11:31
Edvard Grieg: “Wedding Day at Troldhaugen” Walter Gieseking, piano (EMI 667758 CD) 6:15
Paul Schoenfield: Trio for Clarinet, violin and piano: “Freylakh” Franklin Cohen, clarinet; Diana Cohen violin; Roman Rabinovich, piano (YouTube PD) 3:44
Louis Moreau Gottschalk: Grande Tarantelle for Piano & Orchestra Eugene List, piano; Vienna State Opera Orchestra/Igor Buketov (Vox 5009 CD) 7:36
Franz Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 93: Finale Cleveland Orchestra/George Szell (CBS 37761 CD) 4:41
William Boyce: Symphony No.5 in D Major The English Consort/Trevor Pinnock (Archiv 419631 CD) 7:19
09:57:00 00:01:40 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart German Dance in G major Orpheus Chamber Orchestra DeutGram 429783
IF IT AIN’T BAROQUE with Angela Mitchell
10:01:00 00:04:08 Johann Sebastian Bach Partita No. 2: Sinfonia Jeffrey Biegel, piano Steinway 30001
10:06:00 00:07:04 Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto after Vivaldi in F Cyprien Katsaris, piano Sony 66272
10:15:00 00:07:07 Louis Antoine Dornel Oboe Sonata Les Délices Debra Nagy, oboe Délices 2009
10:25:00 00:12:35 Jean-Marie Leclair Violin Concerto in B flat Op 10 Arion Baroque Orchestra Monica Huggett Monica Huggett, violin Atma 2143
10:40:00 00:08:11 Giovanni Gabrieli In ecclesiis Vittorio Negri Gregg Smith Singers; Texas Boys' Choir; Edward Tarr Brass Ensemble; E. Power Biggs, organ CBS 42645
10:51:00 00:03:31 Georg Philipp Telemann Suite for Recorder & Strings in a: Les Philomel Baroque Orchestra Elissa Berardi, recorder Centaur 2366
11:01:00 00:06:07 William Boyce Solomon: Overture Roy Goodman Parley of Instruments Hyperion 66378
11:09:00 00:08:21 Joseph Bodin de Boismortier Trio Sonata No. 5 in F Geminiani Ensemble Christoph 74590
11:19:00 00:08:50 Johann Sebastian Bach Motet 'Komm, Jesu, komm' Chamber Ensemble Sir John Eliot Gardiner Monteverdi Choir Soli Deo 716
11:30:00 00:12:47 George Frideric Handel Concerto Grosso in C major Trevor Pinnock English Concert Archiv 415291
11:46:00 00:08:44 George Frideric Handel Messiah: The trumpet shall sound Scottish Chamber Orchestra Sir Charles Mackerras Bryn Terfel, baritone DeutGram 453480
11:50:00 00:09:25 Thomas Arne Symphony No. 2 in F major Adrian Shepherd Cantilena Chandos 8403
12:00 THE DENNIS LEWIN RADIO PROGRAM, turning you on to classical music; this week, the life and music of Manuel de Falla
Nights in the gardens of Spain (1911-15)--Alicia deLarrocha, piano; London Philharmonic Orchestra/Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos (Decca 466128 CD)
El sombrero de tres picos (1919)--Montreal Symphony Orchestra/Charles Dutoit (Decca 466128 CD)
Concerto for Harpsichord, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin and Cello (1923-26)--John Constable, harpsichord; London Sinfonietta/Sir Simon Rattle (Decca 466128 CD)
La vida breve Interlude and Dance (1904-05)—Orch de la Suisse Romande Orchestra/Ernest Ansermet (Decca 466128 CD)
Danza Ritual del Fuego (1914-15)--Artur Rubinstein, piano (EMI TOCE-15036 CD)
Four Spanish pieces for piano (1908)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
Mazurka in c (1899)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
Nocturno (1896)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
Allegro de concierto for piano (1903-04)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
Pour le tombeau de Paul Dukas (1935)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
Homenaje pour 'Le tombeau de Claude Debussy (1920)--Ricardo Requejo, piano (Claves 9615 CD)
14:00 PERFORMANCE TODAY WEEKEND with Fred Child
Franz Schubert: Six Moments Musicaux, D. 780: Movement 4. Moderato Shai Wosner, piano Frederic Chopin Society, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN Music: 4:25
Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco Overture Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno, conductor Philharmonie, Luxembourg Music: 7:12
Piano Puzzler: This week's contestant is Eric Ebbenga from New York City, NY Music: 7:50
Maurice Ravel: Sonatine: 3 Anime Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano Album: Ravel: L'oeuvre Pour Piano Seul / Jean-Yves Thibaudet Decca 433515 Music: 3:37
Franz Schubert: Fantasy in C major for Violin and Piano, D. 934, Op. 159 Benjamin Beilman, violin; Juho Pohjonen, piano Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, New York, NY Music: 24:00
Ernst von Dohnányi: Humoresques, Op. 17: Movement 2 Jeno Jando, piano Album: Ernst von Dohnányi: Piano Works Vol. 2 Koch Schwann 312192 Music: 4:18
Ernst von Dohnányi: Sextet for Piano, Strings, and Winds in C Major, Op. 37 Anthony McGill, clarinet; Stewart Rose, horn; Beth Guterman, viola; Emily Bruskin, violin; Julia Bruskin, cello; Andrea Lam, piano Skaneateles Festival, First Presbyterian Church, Skaneateles, NY Music: 29:22
Joaquin Turina: Ante Las lanzas, de Velazquez, from Contemplacion, Op. 99 Liza Stepanova, piano Hugh Hodgson School of Music and UGA Performing Arts Center, Ramsey Concert Hall, UGA Performing Arts Center, Athens, GA Music: 4:07
Einojuhani Rautavaara: Symphony No. 1: Movements 2 & 3 Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; JoAnn Falletta, conductor The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY Music: ~8:32
THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA ON THE RADIO with Robert Conrad - The Cleveland Orchestra, Brett Mitchell, conductor; William Preucil, violin – recorded live in Severance Hall
16:05:00 00:19:25 Leonard Bernstein On the Waterfront: Symphonic Suite
16:31:00 00:20:00 Augusta Read Thomas Violin Concerto No. 3 'Juggler in Cleveland Orchestra
17:02:00 00:41:12 Aaron Copland Symphony No. 3
17:51:00 00:08:28 Bedrich Smetana Libuse: Overture Christoph von Dohnányi Cleveland Orchestra Decca 444867
18:00 FROM THE TOP with Christopher O’Riley and America's finest young musicians; recorded October 3, 2017 - From McLean, Virginia, this week’s program features a wild performance by 14-year-old violist who tackles a piece written by Hindemith with the extraordinary tempo marking of 600-640 beats per minute… a tender performance of the song “Pure Imagination” from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory performed on the marimba … and we’ll hear how studying music helped one young musician grow up and cope with Tourette’s Syndrome.
14-year-old violinist, Daniel Bae, from Lubbock, TX, performs the first movement Allegro moderato and second movement, Allegro maestoso from Romantic Pieces, Op 75 by Antonín Dvorák with Christopher O’Riley, piano.
14-year-old violist, Beatrice Chen, from Chicago, IL performs the fourth movement Rasendes Zeitmaß. Wild. Tonschönheit ist Nebensache from Solo Viola Sonata Op. 25, No. 1 by Paul Hindemith, and Bourrée I and Bourrée II from Cello Suite No.3 in C major, BWV 1009 by Johann Sebastian Bach transcribed for viola.
18-year-old guitarist Kathleen Cho, from Potomac, MD performs movement III. La Toccata de Pasquini from the Sonata for solo guitar by Leo Brouwer
16-year-old clarinetist, Daniel Solowey, from Sarasota, FL performs the second movement, Allegro animato from the Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op.167 by Camille Saint-Saëns with Christopher O’Riley, piano.
19-year-old cellist, Gabriel Martins from Los Angeles, CA. performs the Prélude and Sarabande from Cello Suite No.3 in C major, BWV 1009 by Johann Sebastian Bach
18-year-old percussionist Alvin Chung, from Potomac, MD performs Pure Imagination by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley; arranged for marimba by Alex Stopa, and The Flight of the Bumblebee by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov arranged by Pius Cheung
14-year-old violist Beatrice Chen and 19-year-old cellist Gabriel Martins perform movement I. Allegro (from "Duet mit zwei obligaten Augengläsern", WoO 32 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
SYMPHONY AT SEVEN with John Simna
19:02:00 00:21:26 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Oboe Concerto in C major Cleveland Orchestra Christoph von Dohnányi John Mack, oboe Decca 443176
19:26:00 00:38:15 Manuel de Falla The Three-Cornered Hat BBC Philharmonic Juanjo Mena Raquel Lojendio, soprano Chandos 10694
20:06:00 00:49:54 Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 3 in E flat major Op 55 Osmo Vänskä Minnesota Orchestra Bis 1516
20:58:00 00:01:41 Gustav Holst Japanese Suite: Dance of the Wolves Op 33 JoAnn Falletta Ulster Orchestra Naxos 572914
21:00 INNOVATIONS with Mark Satola - featuring works by Cleveland area composers, presented in cooperation with the Cleveland Composers’ Guild
John Ferritto: Intersezione Op 14 (1975) — Jameson Cooper, violin (Centaur 3310) 11:40
Robert Rollin: Suite for Woodwind Quintet on a Theme from “The Music of Erich Zann” — Solaris Woodwind Quintet (CCG 03-16-14) 9:59
Donald Erb: Violin Concerto (1992) — Miriam Fried, violin; Grand Rapids Symphony/Catherine Comet, cond. (Koss 3302) 25:38
Daniel McCarthy: Polarization for Symphonic Band (1993) — Indiana State University Wind Ensemble/John Boyd, cond.
21:58:00 00:01:26 William Grant Still If You Should Go Alexa Still, flute; Susan DeWitt Smith, piano Koch Intl 7192
22:00 CITY CLUB FORUM – recorded Friday at The City Club of Cleveland, a citadel of free speech, Letters From a Young Education Reformer - Frederick Hess, Ph.D., Director of Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Dr. Frederick M. Hess is not your average high school teacher. For the two years he taught 9th and 10thgrade in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he grew frustrated that the education system made it hard for teachers and kids to have a “wondrous, joyous, liberating” educational experience. So, he quit, obtained his Ph.D. at Harvard, and now is the Resident Scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies of the American Enterprise Institute.
His latest book, Letters to a Young Education Reformer, details his 25 years of working in and around education reform. While Hess acknowledges the passion for change that education reformers have, he describes frustration at the “one-size-fits-all” nature of recent education policies. His research focuses on past mistakes and the methods in how reform actually works.
In addition to high school, Hess has taught at University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University, Rice University, Johns Hopkins University, and Harvard University. After graduating from Brandeis University, he earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in government, as well as an M.Ed. in teaching and curriculum from Harvard University.
23:00 QUIET HOUR with Rob Grier
23:00:00 00:05:52 Gabriel Fauré Pavane Op 50 Academy St. Martin in Fields Mathias Mönius Albrecht Mayer, oboe d'amore Decca 4782564
23:05:00 00:04:17 Henri Duparc Chanson triste Mischa Maisky, cello; Daria Hovora, piano DeutGram 457657
23:10:00 00:05:21 Camille Saint-Saëns Romance in D flat Op 37 Jeffrey Khaner, flute; Hugh Sung, piano Avie 2131
23:15:00 00:06:52 Franz Schubert Rosamunde: Entr'acte No. 3 in B flat major Michael Tilson Thomas San Francisco Symphony SF Sym 60
23:22:00 00:09:37 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Adagio from Violin Concerto No. 5 Academy St. Martin in Fields Sir Neville Marriner Rachel Barton Pine, violin Avie 2317
23:31:00 00:06:57 Anatoly Liadov The Enchanted Lake Op 62 Mikhail Pletnev Russian National Orchestra DeutGram 447084
23:38:00 00:10:18 Peter Tchaikovsky Suite No. 3: Elegie Op 55 Vladimir Jurowski Russian National Orchestra PentaTone 61
23:58:00 00:01:33 Frédéric Chopin Mazurka No. 24 in C major Op 33 Garrick Ohlsson, piano Arabesque 6730