Piano – January 14, 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.


Maurizio Pollini, pianoBeethoven, "Piano Sonata No. 17 in D Minor Op. 31, No. 2, "Tempest""Beethoven, "Piano Sonatas"Deutshche Gramaphon
Ton Koopman, organ; Amsterdam Baroque OrchestraHandel, "Organ Concerto in B Flat major, Op.7, No. 6, HWV 311"Handel Edition, Vol. 10Warner
Lena Weman, baroque flute; Hans-Ola Ericsson, organC.P.E. Bach, "Trio Sonata in C Major, wq. 87, H. 515"C.P.E. Bach, "Complete Sonatas for Flute and obligato keyboard insturment"BIS
Truike van der Poel, alto; Musica SolareAttilio Ariosti, "Freme l'onda e fischia il vento, "Il naufragio""Attilio Ariosti, "6 Conatas, "The Flowering of Love""Naxos
Pinchas Zukerman, violin; English Chamber OrchestraJ.S. Bach, "Violin Concerto in E Major BWV"J.S. Bach, "Bach Vivaldi concerto pour violon"RTL les classiques
Rusican State Symphony OrchestraTchaikosky, "Act II No. 13: Dances of the Swans"Tchaikosky, "Swan Lake"Naxos
Pietro De Maria, pianoMuzio Clementi, "Piano Sonata in B Minor, Op. 40, No. 1" Clementi, "Piano Sonatas, Op. 40"Naxos
Susan Gritton, soprano; Catrin Wyn-Davies, soprano, The Choir of the ing's Consort, Robet King, conductorDixit Dominus RV59Vivaldi Sacred Music, -3-Hyperion
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Susanna Malkki, conductorDebussy La Meryoutubeyoutube
Emanuel Ax, pianoChopin Mazurka in C sharp minor, Op .6, No. 2youtubeyoutube
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