Sing Out

Sing Out – February 22, 2012

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Acclaimed Swiss Classical/Baroque pianist Olivier Cave plays live on Sing Out before his San Francisco Symphony debut. His interpretations of works by Scarlatti and Clementi have brought him international attention, and his insight into the Baroque and early Classical keyboard is a specialty, although he will be playing Mozart with the San Francisco Symphony

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Carly Simon with Julie WolfJust Like a WomanChimes of Freedom: Songs of Bob DylanAmnesty International
Olivier Cave"Aria" SonataDomenico Scarlatti, Naples 1685aeon
Olivier CaveLudovico Giustini di Pistoria"Sonate"live in studio
Olivier CaveJ.S. Bach: transcription for harpsichord2nd mvt. of Marcello's Concerto for Oboelive in studio
Olivier CaveDomenico Scarlatti:Sonata "Fandango"live in studio
Muzio Clementi2 movements of Sonata Op.50 No. 3"Didone abbandonatalive in studio
Martin Hayes and Dennis CahillLane to the Glen/Fahy's (reels)Welcome Here AgainGreen Linnet
Jesse Strickman and Chris NishimotoBlack Dresslive in studion.a.
Live in studio: DuoJesse Strickman and Chris Nishimotoof indie-rock bandDear Indugu
Jesse Strickman and Chris NishimotoThunderlive in studion.a.
Jesse Strickman and Chris NishimotoHints from Yesterdaylive in studion.a.
Lichi FuentesLa Voz del CantoQuien SoyLichi Fuentes
Lila DownsCruz de OlvidoPescados y MilagrosSony Music
Nina SimoneBlack Is the Color of My True Love's HairNina Simone at Town HallColpix
Slim Gaillard and Slam StewartSwingin' in the Key of CGroove Juice SpecialColumbia Legacy
Sonny TreadwayJesus Will Fix It for YouSacred Steel InstrumentalsArhoolie

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