Chamber Music by Haydn & Beethoven and “The ‘89s” on “Song: Mirror of the World”

March 27, 2016
 

Tonight at 7:00 on the Evening Concert on WILL FM-90.9 you’ll hear a string quartet by Haydn and a piano trio by Beethoven on the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. At 8:00 it’s the last episode of “Song: Mirror of the World” Episode 13: The ‘89’s: 1789, 1889, & 1989.

Sunday March 27: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 15-26)

The Classical Style

Haydn: Quartet in C major for Strings, Hob. III: 57, Op. 54, No. 2. Danish String Quartet

Beethoven: Trio in Eb major for Piano, Violin, & Cello, Op. 1, No. 1. Wu Han, Pno; Arnaud Sussmann, Vln; Paul Watkins, Vcl.

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Song: Mirror of the World (with Thomas Hampson) (Ep. 13/13 Series End)

The ’89s

To sum up the series, we look at the world in three landmark years: 1789, the year of the French Revolution; 1889, the year of the Paris Exposition; and 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down and the AIDS epidemic surged up. Music we hear ranges from the Marseillaise to Massenet to John Adams, with Leonard Bernstein as a guiding force.

Writer: Christie Finn, scholar, soprano, and managing director of the Hampsong Foundation

1:15 Beethoven: Symphony No.9 "Choral" mvt.4 Various orchestras and choruses; Leonard Bernstein, conductor Ode an de Freiheit concert at the Berlin Wall - Deutsche Grammophon 429 7612

2:22 Bernstein: "Greeting" (Arias and Barcarolles) Deborah Voigt, soprano; Brian Zeger, piano EMI Classics 0724355 796455

1:39 Bright Sheng: "At the Hillside Where Horses are Running" (Three Chinese Loves Songs) Lisa Saffer, p.; Paul Neubauer, vla; Peter Serkin, p. New World 80507

3:58 Chris DiBalsio: "Walt Whitman in 1889" (AIDS Quilt Songbook) Sanford Sylvan, bar.; David Breitman, piano Harmonia Mundi USA 907602

1:35 John Adams: "The Wound Dresser" Thomas Hampson, baritone; New York Philharmonic, Alan Gilbert, conductor Passion & Pain from New York Philharmonic's own label - mp3 download [ASIN] B003D883KK

1:20 Mozrt: Ich mochte wohl der Kaiser sein Thomas Hampson, baritone: Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, conductor Warner Classics 62257

2:53 Haydn: "The Mermaid's Song" Elly Ameling, soprano; Dalton Baldwin, piano EMI Classics 6790732

0:54 Carl Philip Emanual Bach: "Am Bache" Andrea Chudak, soprano; Lidiya Naumova, guitar Antes Edition BM31.9254

1:34 Reichardt: "Einschrankung" Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone;Jorg Demus, piano Deutsche Grammophon 480502

2:58 Beethoven: "Mit Madeln sich vertragen" Deitrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Jorg Demus, piano Deutsche Grammophon 480502

1:17 Rouget de Lisle: "La Marseillaise" arr. Berlioz Placido Domingo, t.; Chicago Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Georg Solti, cond. Teldec 46658114

1:10 Massenet: "Enchantment!" Sally Silver, piano; Richard Bonynge, piano Guild 7393

3:00 Debussy: La Flute de Pan (Chansons de Bilitis) Marilyn Horne, mezzo-soprano;Martin Katz, piano Decca 001089302

1:47 Margaret Ruthven Lang: "Ojala" Donald George, tenor; Lucy Mauro, piano Decca 3407

1:52 Antonin Dvorak: "O, nasci lasce nekvete" (Oh, our love does not bloom") Magdalena Kozena, mezzo-soprano; Graham Johnson, piano Deutsche Grammophon 463472

2:30 Hugo Wolf: "In dem Schatten meiner Locken" (Spanisches Liederbuch) Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano; Wilhelm Furtwangler, piano EMI Classics References 567570

2:31 Gustav Mahler: "Scheiden und Meiden" Lucia Popp, soprano; Geoffrey Parsons, piano Acanta/Pilz 233353

1:17 Gustav Mahler: "Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen" (Ruckert Lieder); Thomas Hampson, baritone; Vienna Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor Deutsche Grammophon 431 682


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