Evening Concert

Chamber music by Davidovsky, then music from Spain on “Early Music Now” on the “Evening Concert”


Tonight at 7:00 on the “Evening Concert” on FM 90.9 you’ll hear music by Davidovsky and Alan Smith on “The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center”. At 8:00 you’ll hear motets and more from the Spanish Renaissance on “Early Music Now”. 

Sunday March 3: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 18-23)  

American Diversity 

Mario Davidovsky (b. 1934, Argentina; American): Septet for Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass; Gilbert Kalish, piano; Tara Helen O'Connor, flute; David Shifrin, clarinet; Yoon Kwon, violin; David Kim, viola; Fred Sherry, cello; DaXun Zhang, double bass; Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor

Alan L. Smith (b. 1955, USA): Vignettes - Ellis Island (Tr. 2 – 24)  Stephanie Blythe, ms; Warren Jones, piano


Early Music Now (EMN 18-36)

Spain's Golden Age

The focus of this week's show is music from the cathedrals, courts, and streets of Renaissance Spain. Magnificent motets by Guerrero and monumental tientos for organ by Correa de Arauxo alternate with joyous celebrations of life like A la vida bona by Arañés. Our performers include organist Bernard Foccroulle, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, and the Westminster Cathedral Choir. 

Juan Arañés Chacona: A la vida bona; Hesperion XXI & La Capella Reial de Catalunya

Anon.: Improvised Danza del Hacha; Hesperion XXI & La Capella Reial de Catalunya

Juan del Encina Romerico, tu que vienes; Ensemble Daedalus

Juan del Encina: Todos los bienes del mundo; Ensemble Daedalus

Antonio de Cabezón: Diferencias sobre La Dama le demanda; & Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa; Doulce Memoire.  Thomas Crecquillon: Prenez pitie; Doulce Memoire

Antonio de Cabezón: Je prens en gre la douce mort II; & Un gay bergier. Doulce Memoire

Francisco Correa de Arauxo: Tiento de medio registro de baxon; Bernard Foccroulle, organ

Francisco Guerrero: Missa de la Batalla Escoutez (selections); Westminster Cathedral Choir