Musica della sera

Classical Music 7:00-9:30pm

Playlist for Thursday, September 18, 2008

Hosted by Nicholas Mitchell

Time (approx.)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record Title

Label

7:00

Gregorian

Hymn: Salve Festa Dies; Antiphon: Salve Regina; Ringing of the Angelus

Monastic Choir of the Abbey of St. Peter, Solesmes; Dom Jean Claire

Gregorian Sampler

Solesmes

 

 

Missa in Dominica Pentecostes, Whit Sunday Mass

Schola Cantorum of Amsterdam Studens; Wim van Verven, conductor

Gregorian Chant: The Ecclesiastical Year in Gregorian Chant

Sony

7:30

Giovanni Gabrieli

Sonata XVIII for 4 trumpets and 10 trombones; Sonata XIX for 3 trumpets and 12 trombones; Canzon Noni Toni for 6 trumpets and 6 trombones; Canzon VII for 5 trumpets and 2 trombones; Canzon Duo decimi Toni for 6 trumpets and 4 trombones; Sonatra Pian e Forte for 2 trumpets and 6 trombones; Sonata XX for 5 choirs

The Wallace Collection; John Wallace, trumpet; Simon Wright, conductor

Gabrieli & St. Marks: Venetian Brass Music

Nimbus Records

8:00

Telemann

Paris Quartet No.10

Barthold Kuijken, flute; Sigiswald Kuijken, violin; Wieland Kuijken bass viola da gamba; Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord

Telemann: Paris Quartets 1-12

Sony

 

Händel

Aria: Forte e lieto; Recitative: Oh per me lieto, avventuroso giorno!*; Arioso: figlia mia/Accompagnato: Tu, spietato

Mark Padmore, tenor; Robn Blaze, countertenor*; Lucy Crowe, soprano*; The English Concert; Andrew Manze, conductor

Händel: As Steals the Morn: Arias & Scenes for Tenor

Harmonia Mundi

8:30

Alessandro Scarlatti

Gia il sole dal Gange; Son tutta duolo

Cecilia Bartoli, soprano; György Fischer, piano

Se tu m’ami (If You Love Me): 18th Century Italian Songs

London

 

Lotti

Pur dicesti, o bocca bella

 

 

 

 

Cesti

Intorno all’idol mio

 

 

 

 

Caldara

Sebben, crudele; Selve amiche

 

 

 

9:00

Franz Joseph Haydn

Sonata No.38 in F Major, Hob. XVI:23

Emanuel Ax, piano

Haydn: Sonatas 33, 38, 58, & 60

CBS

 

Felix Mendelssohn

Songs without Words: No.4 in A Major, Op.19, No.4; No.5 in F-Sharp Minor, Op.19, No.5

Daniel Adni, piano

Mendelssohn: Songs without Words

EMI