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Saturday Afternoon Classical July 24, 2010

Today, a Mendelssohn string quartet and a quintet by Giuseppe Maria Cambini frame the afternoon. In between, Franz Schmidt's Symphony No.3; piano music by Anton Rubinstein; and a new work by Peter Boyer commemorating the Kennedy brothers.

Start Title Artist Album Label Length
1:06 PM INTRO 0:40
1:06 PM MENDELSSOHN: String Quaretet No.3 in D, Op.44 No.1 New Zealand String Quartet MENDELSSOHN: String Quartets-3 Naxos 8.570003 31:44
1:38 PM COMMENTARY 0:45
1:39 PM SHOSTAKOVICH: Prelude in Eb minor, Op.34 Mindru Katz, piano MINDRU KATZ, PIANO Cembal d'amour CD-148 2:24
1:41 PM COMMENTARY 1:30
1:43 PM PETER BOYER: The Dream Lives On--A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers Narrators Robert DeNiro/Morgan Freeman/Ed Harris/Cherry Jones; Tanglewood Festival Chorus; Boston Pops/Keith Lockhart THE DREAM LIVES ON Boston Pops (no number; www.bostonpops.com/kennedy) 15:47
1:58 PM OUTRO 2:10
2:01 PM NPR NEWS 5:00
2:06 PM INTRO 2:00
2:08 PM Franz SCHMIDT: Symphony No.3 in A major (1928) Malmö Symphony Orchestra/Vassily Sinaisky SCHMIDT: Symphony No. 3 Naxos 8.572119 50:07
2:58 PM OUTRO 2:53
3:01 PM NPR NEWS 5:00
3:06 PM 1:00
3:07 PM Anton RUBINSTEIN: Akrostichon No.2, Op.114 (WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING) Joseph Banowetz, piano RUBINSTEIN: Piano Music (1871-1890) Naxos 8.570941 26:43
3:33 PM COMMENTARY 1:30
3:35 PM Giuseppe Maria CAMBINI (1746-c.1825): String Quintet No.23 in G Ensemble Entr'acte GIUSEPPE MARIA CAMBINI: String Quintets Pan Classics PC-10218 22:58