Sunday Classics

Piano – April 28, 2019

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Explorations deep into the language of music. There’s a lot that’s Bach, and a lot that’s not. Hosted by Sherry Gendleman and Larry Kelp.

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ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Piano, hosted by Larry Kelpfeatures new Andras Schiff, a feature on the fortepiano, a nod to Pete Seeger's 100th birthday (May 3), a salute to late tuba master Sam Pilafian,and Cinco de Mayo
Marian McPartland, pianoIn a Sentimental MoodLive at Yoshi's NItespotConcord Jazz
Abdullah Ibrahim, pianoThe WeddingBest of Abdullah IbrahimEMI Music South Africa
Andras Schiff, fortepianoVieux Impromptus D899Franz Schubert: Sonatas & ImpromptusECM New Series
Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepianoHaydn: Variations on the Theme : Gott erhalte Franz, den Kaiser Hob i, 430 (from the Emperor string quartet's adagio)Joseph Haydn: Piano SonatasHarmonia Mundi
Les Arts FlorissantsGesualdo: Madrigals for 5 voices, Book IVCarlo Gesualdo: Madrigals for 5 voices`Harmonia Mundi (France)
Keith Jarrett, harpsichordJ.S. Bach: Goldberg Variations 1-11J.S. Bach: Goldberg VariationsECM New Series
Cuarteto LatinoamericanoSilvestre Revueltas: Quartet No. 2: "Magueyes"Ginestsera, Revueltas, Villa-Lobos String QuartetsElan
Roman Simonvic, violinPaganini: Caprices 15-17Nicolo Paganini: 24 Caprices for solo violinLSO (London Symphony Orchestra)
Bidu Sayo, sopranoAria "Ah, non credea mirarti" from Bellini's La sonnambula (1945)La damoiselle elue - Opera AriasSony Classical: Masterworks Heritage
Deva Premal, vocalOm Hraum MitrayaDakshinaEMI (Narada)
Swingle SingersMozart: Sonata No. 15Anyone for Mozart?Philips
Kronos Quartet with vocalist Mahsa VahdatPlacelessPlacelessValley Entertainment
Stan FrebergJohn & MarshaTip of the Freberg (box)Rhino
Pete Seeger, banjoBach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; Beethoven: from Symphony No. 7; Beethoven (Ode to Joy)Goofing Off Suite (1955)Smithsonian Folkways
Tammy Hall, piano"The Yellow Bride" (From Azerbaijan)live on Sing Out, KPFA: 8-17-16engineer: Tony Ferro
a salute to Empire Brass ensemblefounder and tubist Sam Pilafian,who died April 5 at age 69:
Empire Brass"I Got Plenty of Nothin'" from Porgy and BessBernstein, Gershwin, Tilson ThomasTelarc
Empire BrassMichael Tilson Thomas: Street SongBernstein, Gershwin, Tilson ThomasTelarc
Alondra de la Parra conducts Philharmonic Orchestra of the AmericasJose Pablo Moncayo: HuapangoMi Alma Mexicana (My Mexican Soul)Sony Classical
George Winston, pianoThe Wayward WindRestless WindDancing Cat (RCA)

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