Sunday Classics

Piano – December 17, 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
Berlin Deutsche Opera OrchestraWager, "Tristian und Isold, Act I: Prelude"Wagner, "Orchestral Music"
Hakan Harnberger, trumpet; Simon Preson, organJ.S. Bach, "BWV 721"J.S. Bach, "Virtuoso Trumpet"DG
Andreas Rothkoph, organSchumann, "Studien fur den pedal-fugel op. 56"Schumann, "" Organ Music"Audite
Tokyo Musashino Academy Cherubini, "Rquiem No. 1: Offrtorium"Cherubini, "Requiem No. 1 in C Minor"Hungarton
Camerata Budapest; Laszo Kovacs, conductor
Frankfurt Kantorei, Bach-Collegim Stuttgart, Helmut Rilling,conductor Bach Cantata No. 91 for the first day of ChristmasJohann Sebastian Bach Cntata BWV 91, Cantata BWV 122The Musical Heritage Society LP
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street The Trinity Youth Chorus, Avi Stein, organ, Julian Wachner, conductorRivers of Living Water, My Heart Hath trusted GodTrevor Weston Choral WorksAcis CD
Hot Springs Musical Festival Choir, Richard Rosenberg, directorMon pauvre coeur, ChicagoEdmond DedeAmerican Classics CD
May Festival Chorus, Robert Porco, director; Cincinattie Symphony OchestraMarch of the Israelites; The Egyptian pursueR. Nathaniel Dett The Ordering of MosesBridge CD
Barbara Hendricks, soprano, Gino Quilico, baritone,Lyon Opera Orchestra, Lawrence Foster, conductorRomberg's The Desert SongBarbara Hendricks/Gino Quilico Duos OperettesEMI Classics
Kathleen Battle, soprano; Wynton Marsalis , trumpetHandel's Eternal source of light Kathleen Battle, Wynton Marsalis Baroque DuetSony classical

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