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Saturday Afternoon Classical February 19, 2011

Two famous works this afternoon: Mozart's 40th Symphony and the "Clock" Symphony (No.101) by Haydn. Also, Schubert's "Arpeggione" sonata played on double-bass; Lyapunov's Violin Concerto in D minor; and the Suite in Bb for 13 winds by Richard Strauss.

Start Title Artist Album Label Length
1:06 PM INTRO 0:45
1:06 PM MOZART: Symphony No.40 in G minor, K.550 BBC Philharmonic/Gianandrea Noseda Mozart: Mass in C minor/Symphony No.40 BBC Music MM-327 27:13
1:33 PM COMMENTARY 0:45
1:34 PM LYAPUNOV: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.61 Maxim Fedotov, violin; Russian Philharmonic/Dmitry Yablonsky Lyapunov: Violin Concerto/Symphony No.1 Naxos 8.570462 23:00
1:57 PM OUTRO 3:17
2:01 PM NPR NEWS 5:00
2:06 PM INTRO 0:30
2:06 PM Richard STRAUSS: Suite in B-flat for 13 winds, Op.4 U.S. Coast Guard Band Chamber Players Strauss to Stravinsky U.S. Coast Guard 930016 24:44
2:31 PM COMMENTARY 1:00
2:32 PM HAYDN: Symphony No.101 in D, "Clock" New York Philharmonic/Arturo Toscanini (live recording Nov.1945) Toscanini--Haydn/Respighi/Sibelius etc. Guild Historical GHCD-2368 26:54
2:59 PM OUTRO 1:52
3:01 PM NPR NEWS 5:00
3:06 PM INTRO 0:35
3:06 PM MENDELSSOHN: Sextet in D for piano and strings, Op.110 I Solisti Filarmonici Italiani Mendelssohn: Octet/Sextet CPO 777 524-2 29:12
3:35 PM COMMENTARY 1:00
3:36 PM SCHUBERT: "Arpeggione" Sonata, D.821 Norbert Duka, double-bass; Phillip Moll, piano Hoffmeister: Double Bass Quartets 2,3 & 4 Naxos 8.572187 21:51