Music of Dvorak, Ginastera, Bach and others on this week’s “Evening Concert” programs
WILL-FM: The Evening Concert: WEEK OF APR 12 – 13 – 14 – 15 & 18, 2021
Monday April 12: The New York Philharmonic This Week! (NYP 21-29)
Dvorak, Barber and Corigliano
Conductor: Alan Gilbert; Soloist: Stephanie Blythe, mezzo-soprano
BARBER: Essay No. 1.
CORIGLIANO: One Sweet Morning, for Mezzo‐Soprano and Orchestra
DVORAK: Symphony No. 7
Tuesday, April 13: Chicago Symphony Orchestra Radio Broadcast (CSO 21-16)
The program differs from the one in Patterns Magazine per CSO.
Riccardo Muti & Xavier De Maistre
Ginastera: Harp Concerto (Xavier De Maistre, harp)
Albéniz/Arbós: Navarra; Fête-Dieu à Seville from Iberia, Book I; and Triana from Iberia, Book II
Gustav Charpentier: Impressions of Italy.
Wednesday, April 14: Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts 2020-2021 (DWF 20-02) (Second in series).
St. John's Passion from Leipzig
Johann Sebastian Bach's "St. John Passion" for only three musicians? Coming from the city where Bach lived and worked, Leipzig, Germany, the audacious experiment in compliance with social distancing gave musical sustenance to hundreds of thousands of people during the live stream on Good Friday 2020.
Isabel Meyer-Kalis, soprano (1,2,3,5); Julia Sophie Wagner, soprano (1,2,3,5)
David Erler, male alto (1,2,3,5); Wolfram Lattke, tenor (1,2,3,5); Gotthold Schwarz, bass (1,2,3,5)
Hartmut Becker, cello (1,2,3,5); Mechthild Winter, organ (1,2,3,5); Philipp Lamprecht, percussion (2,5)
Elina Albach, harpsichord and organ (2,5); Benedikt Kristjánsson, tenor (2,5); Ottowa Bach Choir (2,5)
J.S. Bach Foundation, St. Gallen Switzerland (2,5); Members of the St. Thomas Boy Choir Leipzig (2,5)
Conductor: Gotthold Schwarz (1,2)
(1) ANON: Tristis est anima mea (05:14)
(2) BACH: St. John Passion, BWV 245* part one (24:59)
(3) GALLUS: Ecce, quomodo moritur justus (02:42)
(4) BACH: Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten, BWV 202 (13:03) Viola Blache, soprano; Camerata Bachiensis
(5) BACH: St. John Passion, BWV 245* part two (54:55)
* adapted for tenor, harpsichord, organ and percussion by Philipp Lamprecht, Elina Albach and Benedikt Kristjansson
Thursday April 15: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO 20-21_15)
Manfred Honeck, conductor;
BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 9
[PSO fill: Bruckner: Symphony No. 4: 4th movement (excerpt)]
SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto (Lars Vogt, piano; Pinchas Zukerman, conductor)
Sunday April 18: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 21-30)
Telemann: Gulliver Suite in D Major. Ida Kavafian, violin; Arnaud Sussmann, violin
Corelli: Concerto Grosso in G minor for Two Violins, Cello, Strings, and Continuo, Op. 6, No. 8, “Christmas Concerto”. Lily Francis and Arnaud Sussmann, Vln. Solos; Julie Albers, Cello Solo; Ida Kavafian, Vln. I; Erin Keefe, Vln. II; Paul Neubauer, Vla; Fred Sherry, Cello; Edgar Meyer, Dbl. Bass; Anthony Newman, Harpsichord
Telemann: Trauer-musik eines kunsterfahrenen Canarienvogels
Monica Groop, Mezzo-soprano; Ida Kavafian, Violin I; Lily Francis, Violin II; David Kim, Viola; Fred Sherry, Cello; Edgar Meyer, Double Bass; Anthony Newman, Harpsichord
Vivaldi: Concerto in B minor for Four Violins, Cello, Strings, and Continuo, Op. 3, No. 10, RV 580
Ida Kavafian and Erin Keefe, Violin Solos; Lily Francis, Violin Solo; Arnaud Sussmann, Violin Solo; David Kim, Vla. I; Paul Neubauer, Vla; Fred Sherry, Cello; Edgar Meyer, Dbl. Bass; Anthony Newman, Harpsichord
Early Music With Sara Schneider (EMN 20-43)
Treasures from Dendermonde
The music of Hildegard of Bingen has come down to us in only two sources, one of which is known as the Dendermonde Codex, named after the abbey in the Belgian town where it is now housed. We'll hear Psallentes, a Belgian ensemble specializing in chant, performing selections from this codex. We'll also hear them singing 14th and 15th century chant from Tongeren.
Anon.: Processional, and Gaude Virgo. Psallentes
Hildegard of Bingen: O chohors militiae floris. Per-Sonat, and O magne Pater. Psallentes
Anon.: Lux praeclara. Psallentes.
Hildegard of Bingen: Antiphon: O eterne Deus Psallentes