This week: a transcription for strings of part of Bach's "Goldberg Variations;" the String Quartet Op.106 by Dvorak; and Beethoven's "Spring" Sonata for violin. Also: music by Luigi Legnani, Giovanni Sgambati, and Anton Arensky.
This week: Beethoven's First Piano Concerto; Peter Breiner's orchestral suite from the Tchaikovsky opera "Voyevode;" chamber music by Glinka; a cello concerto by Antonin Kraft; and the symphonic poem "Les Djinns" by Cesar Franck.
Music from the 19th and 20th centuries is featured today, with the "Brief Symphony" by Gouvy; the 1st Symphony by Fibich; an early solo-piano Fantasia by Wagner; Beethoven's final String Quartet, Op.135; Anton Rubinstein's orchestral treatment of the Don Quixote story; and E.J. Moeran's Serenade in G.
This week, we'll hear a brand-new reissue of Leonard Bernstein's historic 1958 recording with the New York Philharmonic of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring." Also: Elgar's Symphony No.2; a piano quintet by Saint-Saens; a flute concerto by Danzi; and a keyboard concerto by Johann Christian Bach.
This week, a Beethoven violin sonata; a Bach orchestral suite; a suite for harpsichord by Handel transcribed for guitar; a symphony by Theodore Gouvy; and music about the sea by Debussy and Frank Bridge.
Today, orchestral and instrumental music for Easter, including "Music for Four Stringed Instruments" by Loeffler, and Rimsky-Korsakov's "Russian Easter Overture." Also: Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony, Brahms' Symphony No.3, and music for strings by Wranitzky and Pleyel.
This afternoon's music includes Bach's Orchestral Suite No.3; the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor; Dvorak's String Quartet No.13; piano music by Chopin; a piano concerto by Hummel; and Beethoven's Violin Sonata No.3
Today, a suite by Telemann; a piano trio by 19th-century German composer Eduard Franck; Dvorak's "Cypresses" for string quartet (the complete set of 12); Mendelssohn's early Violin Concerto in D minor; "Iberia" by Debussy; and Beethoven's Violin Sonata No.10.
Featured this afternoon, Beethoven's 7th Symphony in Joshua Bell's first recording as Music Director of the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Also, the Symphony in F by Eugen D'Albert; a keyboard concerto by C.P.E. Bach; and Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No.3.
Today's program features symphonies by Tchaikovsky (No.2, the "Little Russian") and Sibelius (No.5). Also, Mozart's Divertimento K.251; a violin sonata by Beethoven; and a trio by Wranitzky; and piano music by Chopin.
Featured today: the orchestral suite from Richard Strauss's opera "Der Rosenkavalier;" "Ivan IV," a "Musical Picture" for orchestra by Anton Rubinstein; Mozart's Piano Concerto No.25; music for string quartet by Dvorak; a symphony by Clementi; and Beethoven's "Eroica" Variations for piano.
After Haydn's "London" Symphony No.97, we'll explore the byways of 19th century music, with German composer Eduard Franck's Violin Sonata in A; the Piano Concerto in E-flat of Ferdinand Ries; Anton Rubinstein's "Russian Caprice" for piano & orchestra; and the Symphony No.1 by Giovanni Sgambati.
Featured today, Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances and the "Sinfonia domestica" by Richard Strauss. Also: trios by Wranitzky and Mendelssohn; and music for viola da gamba by Bach arranged for double-bass.
This week, Ida Presti and Alexandre Lagoya play music by Granados, and Santiago Rodriguez plays Rachmaninoff's 3rd Piano Concerto. Also: Schumann's Symphony No.2, and the Violin Concerto by Wolf-Ferrari.
Most of this afternoon will be taken up with the holiday special "St. Olaf Christmas Festival" from 2:00 to 4:00pm. During the 1:00 hour we're featuring a single work, Anton Rubinstein's Piano Concerto No.5.