Sunday Classics

Piano – December 10, 2017

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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, Madalyn Merkey and Larry Kelp.


Artist Song Album Label
Carl Weinrich, organJ.S. Bach, "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565" J.S. Bach, "Bach Organ Music"RCA
Jiri Stivin, recorder Capella Istropolitana; Richard Edlinger, conducterGeorg Philipp Telemann, "Overture (Suite) in A Minor for recorder and strings, TWV 55:a2"Telemann, "The Best of"Naxos
Takahiro Sonoda, pianoBrahms, "2 Rhapsodies, op. 79"Brahms, "Piano Recital"Evica and Accustika
Ensemble Sans Souci BerlinWilhelm Friedmann Bach, "Flute Sonata in E Minor, Fk. 52""Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, "Chember Music"New Classic Recordings
Edith Mathis, sopranoJ.S. Bach, "BWV 221, Coffee Cantata"J.S. Bach, "Complete Eitions Vol. 8"
Handel, "Organ Concerto in B-Flat Major, Op. 7, No. 6, HWV 311
Maria Caniglia, soprano; Ebe Stignani, mezzo-soprano; Beniamino Gigli, tenor; Ezio Pinza, bass; Rome Orchestra and Chorus, Tullio Serafin, conductorrequiem y KyrieVerdi Messa Da RequiemEMI CD
Lionel Peintre, baritone; Dabuek Gakvez-Vallejo et Jacques Maresch, tenors; Bertrand Bontoux, bass; Chorus of the French ArmyRequiem aetemamLiszt Requiem & Psalm 129ADES CD
Kiri Te Kanawa, soprano; Sherrill Milnes, baritone; Montreal Orchestra and Chorus; harles Dutoit, conductorRequiem, op. 48Faure RequiemLondon CD

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