Part of the WFMT Radio Network

New Releases, Part I

This week, Bill selects highlights from albums recently recorded by friends in the music world.

Program 1
Janáček: Pohádka (Fairy Tale), I-III 
Matt Haimovitz, vc.; Christopher O'Riley, p.    
Oxingale 2019
J.S. Bach: Partita for Keyboard, BWV 825
Evan Shinners, p.        
11:30, 2:22
Francisco Mignone: Barcarola
Cuarteto Latinoamericano
Sono Luminus 92147
Francisco Mignone: Tres Canciones Españolas: "Nana", "¿Por
Qué Lloras Morenita?" and "Las Mujeres Son Las Moscas"
Cuarteto Latinoamericano                                
Sono Luminus 92147                                  
Ludwig van Beethoven: Romance For Violin And Orchestra
No. 1 In G Major, Op. 40              
Orquesta Sinfonica de Mineraria/Carlos Miguel Prieto;
Philippe Quint, v.                
Avanti 10362                                          
Bernard Herrmann: Vertigo Suite - Scène D’Amour
Matt Haimovitz, vc.; Christopher O'Riley, p.
Oxingale 2019
Program 2
Michael McLean: Elements III. Air IV. Water
London Symphony Orchestra/Hugh Wolff; Brian Lewis, v.
Delos 3357
Crumb: 3 Early Songs: “Night”, “Let It Be Forgotten” & “Wind Elegy”
Jan DeGaetani, ms.; Gilbert Kalish, p.
Bridge 9340
Schubert: Impromptu #2 In E Flat, D. 899/2 Impromptu #3 In G Flat, D. 899/3 Impromptu # 4 In A Flat, D. 899/4
Simone Dinnerstein, p.
Sony 98943
Program 3
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mass In C Minor, K. 427
Sanctus - Osanna                         
Handel and Haydn Society/Harry Christophers; Gillian Keith, Tove Dahlberg, Thomas Cooley, Nathan Berg, soloists
Coro 16084    
Mozart: String Quartet in B-flat, K. 589
Emerson Quartet                                            
Sony 93598                                             
23:23, 2:40
Clarence Cameron White: Basque Folk Song        
Marcus Eley, cl.; Lucerne DeSa, p.            
Sono 92516
Samuel Akpabot: Pastorale From "Scenes From Nigeria"  
Marcus Eley, cl, Lucerne DeSa, pf            
Sono 92516
Pedro Sáenz: Vals Criollo fr. Aquel Buenos Aires
Mirian Conti, p.                  
Steinway 30010
Program 4

Beethoven: String Quartet in F, Op. 135
III. Lento Assai, Cantante E Traquillo; 
IV. Grave Ma Non Troppo Tratto                
Cypress String Quartet                              
Cypress label
Jennifer Higdon: Piano Trio
I. Pale Yellow                                     
Lincoln Trio 
Cedille 126
Saint-Saëns: Violin Sonata #1 In D Minor, Op. 75 
Joshua Bell, v.; Jeremy Denk, p. 
Sony 82026 
Charlie Chaplin (After J. Padilla): City Lights - The 
Flower Girl (La Violetera)                         
City Lights Orchestra/Carl Davis
Collect 15


Program 5
John Dowland: Flow my tears fr. Second Booke of Songes
Garth Knox, viola d’amore; Agnès Vesterman, vc.
ECM 2157
Don Carlo Gesualdo: “Occhi del mio cor vita” from the Fifth 
Book of Madrigals
The Hilliard Ensemble                                 
ECM 2175                                          
Mozart, arr. Anderson & Roe: Papageno!           
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo (Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy 
Steinway 30006
Georges Enescu: Cantabile Et Presto             
Marina Piccinini, fl.; Anne Epperson, p.  
Claves 2009
Philip Glass: Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano, I 
Maria Bachmann, v.; Jon Klibonoff, p. 
Orange Mountain 7006
Hauschka: Clock Winder                              
Hilary Hahn, v.; Volker Bertelmann, prepared piano 
DG 4790303                             
Woojun Lee/Brian Eno: An Ending (Ascent) 
Icebreaker; BJ Cole, pedal steel guitar  
EG Records           
Ravel: Mother Goose Suite          
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra/Myung-Whun Chung
DG 4764498
Michael Jackson: Billie Jean                       
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
Steinway 30006



The Exploring Music streaming website is supported by Mr. & Mrs. William Gardner Brown and the Richard P. and Susan Kiphart Family.  
You have opened up the world of Classical Music to me, where previously, it seemed too complicated.
Steffen Demeter
This is simply one of the very best radio programmes in the medium!...The study of the people, the times, and the events that inform the music we otherwise enjoy and even, heaven forbid, take for granted, brings the entire world of the music and the composer to life.
Walther Davies
There isn't a program you broadcast on Exploring Music" that isn't of interest. I find them all engaging. It is a combination of variety of subject, intellectual curiosity and your obvious enthusiasm which characterize your satisfying programs.
Michael Sanders
It’s a great way to re-engage myself with consciousness before heading off to work.
I Love this program! I am in 7th grade and I am the complete opposite of the other kids. I am 4th chair in the orchestra and I love to read. But most of all, I LOVE classical music!
Claudia Wertz
Your show has helped open my mind and heart to this world of music, and every show I hear confirms my place in music and gives me new ideas for where I'd like to go with it in the future….I grew up with classical music as a child and always held it in my heart, but I didn't have the confidence to be a good student (or a good violinist.)
Christine Anderson
Listening to you is almost interactive.You invite us in with so many well modulated dramatic and informative comments, enticing, enthusiastic interpretations, and coherent, beautiful presentations. It's a privilege to follow you into the musical space you create.
Sally Rosenbaum
I just love this program. It is soothing and comfortable at the end of the day. I find his comments interesting, but they aren't so dragged out that there is very little music. The balance of both is just right.
Jean Quay
Newsletters Thank You!