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New Releases, Part II

 
Program 1

Antonin Dvorák: String Quartet No. 13 In G, Op. 106, I & II
Cypress String Quartet     
Avie 2275
9:33, 10:14

 

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Assobio A Jato (Jet Whistle)
I. Allegro non troppo    
II. Adagio    
III. Vivo    
Susan Palma Nidel, fl.; Edward Arron, vc.; Chico Pinheiro,
gtr.; Cyro Batista, perc.
Flutewine/OhrBach 1689204494
3:38, 3:23, 5:01

 

Paul Moravec: Northern Lights Electric
Boston Modern Orchestra Project/Gil Rose
BMOP/sound 1024
12:12 

 

Ludwig Schwab: Scottish Lullaby
Rachel Barton Pine, v.; Matthew Hagle, p.
Cedille 139    
3:57 

 

Program 2

Debussy, arr. Thos. Bergeron: Prologue: The Valley        
The Thomas Bergeron Quintet
http://thomasbergeronmusic.com/album
3:48 

 

Maria Schneider: Winter Morning Walks

I. Perfectly Still This Solstice Morning 

II. When I Switched On a Light               

VIII.  Spring, the Sky Rippled with Geese     

Australian Chamber Orchestra/Maria Schneider; Dawn Upshaw, 

s.; Scott Robinson, cl.; Frank Kimbrough, p.; Jay Anderson, bass

ArtistShare ‎AS0121

7:51      

 

Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 1, I

Euclid Quartet

Artek Recordings 

9:53   

                     

Bela Bartók: String Quartet No. 5

III. Scherzo. Alla Bulgarese (Vivace)       

Euclid Quartet

Artek Recordings 

5:03

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 In A Major, 

K. 488, I & III

Concentus Musicus Wien/Harnoncourt; Rudolf Buchbinder, pianoforte

Sony 540904

14:27

 

Ivan Lins: Guarde nos Olhos     

Susan Palma Nidel, fl.; Ivan Lins, voice; Branford 

Marsalis, sax

Flutewine 1689204494

5:20

 

Program 3

Ludwig van Beethoven: Variations and Fugue for Pf. in E-flat Major: I, Var. 15, Finale
Emanuel Ax, p.
Sony 542086
3:49, 11:00, 1:29

 

Beethoven: String Quartet in F minor, Op. 95, I,

Allegro Con Brio               

Cremona Quartet     

Audite 92680

4:11

 

Beethoven: String Quaret in F Major, Op. 135, III

Lento Assai E Cantante Tranquillo                

Cremona Quartet     

Audite 92680

6:49

 

Paquito D'Rivera: Invitacion al Danzon     

Susan Palma Nidel, fl.; Edward Arron, vc.; Jeewon Park, p.;

Flutewine/OhrBach 1689204494

5:47     

 

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence, Op. 70,

III & IV

Emerson Quartet; Paul Neubauer, vla.; Colin Carr, vc. 

Sony 547060   

6:38, 7:08  

 

Xavier Montsalvatge: Nana (Lullaby)

Rachel Barton Pine, v.; Matthew Hagle, p.

Cedille 137

2:33

 

Program 4
Camille Saint-Saëns: Sonata No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 75
Maria Bachmann, v.; Adam Neiman, p. 
Bridge Records 9394
9:29, 2:28, 2:30, :53

 

Frédéric Chopin: Op. 25, No. 11 Étude in A Minor     

Lang Lang, p.

Sony 544960

3:49

 

Paul Moravec: Concerto For Cello And Orchestra, Montserrat

Boston Modern Orchestra Project/Gil Rose; Matt Haimovitz, 

cello

BMOP 1024

22:20 

 

Pablo Ziegler: Sandunga fr. Suite Canyengue   

Susan Palma Nidel; Borromeo String Quartet

Flutewine 1689204494

4:22

 

Debussy, arr. Thos. Bergeron: and where were you when I was 

burning alive, nightingale?          

The Thomas Bergeron Quintet   

http://thomasbergeronmusic.com/album  

2:33

 

Gerald Stern: Bolero (excerpt)     

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/

1:06

 

Debussy/Bergeron: Epilogue: Goodnight Estelle     

The Thomas Bergeron Quintet 

http://thomasbergeronmusic.com/album    

1:51

 

Debussy, arr. Heifetz : Beau Soir       

Maria Bachmann, v.; Adam Neiman, p.

Bridge Records 9394

3:08

 

 

Program 5
Stacy Garrop: Helios                  
Gaudete Brass
Cedille 136
4:31

 

Frédéric Chopin: Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise, Op. 22    

Lang Lang, p.

Sony 48960 544960.548960

5:20, 9:56

 

Carlos Chavez: Piano Concerto, III     

Mexico National Symphony/Carlos Miguel Prieto; Jorge 

Federico Osorio, p.

Cedille 140

7:11

 

Dimitri Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 9, Op. 117, III  

Pacifica Quartet

Cedille 138

3:59  

 

Dimitri Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 10, Op. 118, I

Pacifica Quartet

Cedille 138

4:34   


Chico Buarque/Ivan Lins: Renata Maria/Yemanja     

Susan Palma Nidel, fl.; Ivan Lins, voc.; Branford Marsalis, tenor sax

Flutewine/OhrBach 1689204494

7:01 

 

Frédéric Chopin: Berceuse in D-Flat Major, Op. 57     

Idil Biret

Naxos 8578213

4:34

 

 

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