Sunday Classics

Piano – December 30, 2018

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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
The big finale, the lastPIANO of 2018 !
David Fray, pianoSchubert: Moments Musicaux No. 9 in A Flat MajorSchubert: Moments Musicaux, ImpromptusVirgin Classics
SequentiaO Virtus sapientiae,O lucidissima Apostolorum turba, instrumentalHildegard von Bingen: Symphoniae (Spiritual Songs)Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
Chanticleer"Holy Saturday" (Responsory: Christus factus est), Hymn: Vexilla Regis)Mysteria: Gregorian ChantsTeldec
Sharon Isbin, guitarBach: Prelude for lute in D minor BWV 999, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (from Cantata BWV 147)Baroque Favorites for GuitarWarner Classics
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Siir Neville Marriner conducting J.S. Bach: Suite No.2 in B minorJ.S. Bach: Four Orchestral Suites (from Ultimate Baroque box)Decca
Anna Boser and Laurel North, harpsVivaldi: Concerto for two Mandolinslive on "Sing Out" 1-17-18engineer: Tony Ferro
Richard Goode, pianoBeethoven: Sonata No 10 in G MajorBeethoven: Complete Sonatas (box)Elektra Nonesuch
San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas conductingIntroduction and PrologueBerlioz: Romeo et JulietteSFS Media
Kronos QuartetElements IIAleksandra Vrebalov: The Sea Ranch SongsCantaloupe
San Francisco Girls Chorus, with Kronos QuartetLisa Bielawa: Opening: ForestFinal AnswerOrange Mountain Music
Kitka (w/Dan Cantrell on accordion)A gute vokh (Yiddish)Evening StarDiaphonica
Roman Simovic, violinCaprice No. 13 in B-Flat Major: "Devil's Laughter": Allegro; and No. 14 in E Flat Maj: moderatoPaganini: 24 Caprices LSO (London Symphony Orchestra)
Seattle Symphony, conducted by Ludovic MorlotRavel: La ValseBerio: Sinfonia, Boulez: Notations I-IV, Ravel La
Peter Apfelbaum, pianoMedley: Abdullah Ibrahim themes, UMMG (Billy Strayhorn), blues (Hampton Hawes)live on Sing Out 12-20-17engineer: Tony Ferro
Jon Jang, pianoYou'll Never Walk Alonelive on Sing Out, 9-14-11engineer: Tony Ferro
Stephen Hough, pianoLiszt: Etude in F MinorStephen Hough's Dream AlbumHyperion

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