Playlist for Sunday, December 4, 2016

  • 12:00 am

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

    Program Playlist
    • 12:01 am
      Le Tombeau de Couperin: Menuet,
      Composer: Maurice Ravel, Ensembles: City of London Sinfonia, Conductor: Richard Hickox,
      (Label: Virgin)

    • 12:06 am
      De la court,
      Composer: Robert Parsons, Ensembles: Phantasm,
      (Label: Avie)

    • 12:12 am
      Symphony No. 101 "The Clock",
      Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Ensembles: Orchestra of St. Luke's, Conductor: Charles Mackerras,
      (Label: Telarc)

    • 12:41 am
      Silent Night,
      Composer: Franz Gruber, Ensembles: Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Osmo Vanska,
      (Label: Bis)

    • 12:47 am
      Cello Sonata,
      Composer: Claude Debussy, Performer: Sol Gabetta, cello,
      (Label: DG)

    • 1:01 am
      Three Parts on a Ground,
      Composer: Henry Purcell, Ensembles: Hesperion XXI, Conductor: Jordi Savall,
      (Label: Alia Vox)

    • 1:06 am
      English Pastoral Impressions,
      Composer: Ernest Farrar, Ensembles: Philharmonia Orchestra, Conductor: Alasdair Mitchell,
      (Label: Chandos)

    • 1:22 am
      Blackberry Winter,
      Composer: Conni Ellisor, Ensembles: Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Performer: Stephen Seifert, mountain dulcimer and Tennessee music box, Conductor: Paul Gambill,
      (Label: Warner)

    • 1:40 am
      Concerto for Oboe d'Amore,
      Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ensembles: New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig, Performer: Burkhard Glaetzner, oboe d'amore, Conductor: Max Pommer,
      (Label: Capriccio)

    • 2:01 am
      Cello Sonata: Scherzo,
      Composer: Frederic Chopin, Performer: David Finckel, cello,
      (Label: ArtistLed)

    • 2:06 am
      Symphony No. 30,
      Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ensembles: English Chamber Orchestra, Conductor: Jeffrey Tate,
      (Label: EMI)

    • 2:28 am
      Messiah: Comfort ye, my people...Every valley shall be exalted,
      Composer: George Frideric Handel, Ensembles: Bologna Theater Orchestra, Performer: Juan Diego Florez, tenor, Conductor: Michele Mariotti,
      (Label: London/Decca)

    • 2:35 am
      The Mission: Suite,
      Composer: Ennio Morricone, Ensembles: London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Ennio Morricone,
      (Label: Virgin)

    • 2:49 am
      Souvenir of a Beloved Place: Meditation,
      Composer: Peter Tchaikovsky, Performer: Julia Fischer, violin,
      (Label: PentaTone)

    • 3:01 am
      Procession of the Sardar,
      Composer: Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, Ensembles: Empire Brass,
      (Label: Telarc)

    • 3:06 am
      Die Feen (The Fairies): Overture,
      Composer: Richard Wagner, Ensembles: Philharmonia Zurich, Conductor: Fabio Luisi,
      (Label: Philharmonia)

    • 3:19 am
      Sonata No. 6,
      Composer: Henry Purcell, Ensembles: Chatham Baroque,
      (Label: Dorian)

    • 3:27 am
      Enigma Variations,
      Composer: Edward Elgar, Ensembles: Kansas City Symphony, Conductor: Michael Stern,
      (Label: Reference)

    • 4:01 am
      Lute Suite No. 4: Prelude,
      Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Performer: Kim Heindel, lautenwerk,
      (Label: Dorian)

    • 4:06 am
      Impromptu No. 4,
      Composer: Franz Schubert, Performer: David Fray, piano,
      (Label: Virgin)

    • 4:15 am
      Gloucestershire Wassail; Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day; Sussex Carol,
      Composer: Traditional English, Ensembles: Ensemble Galilei, Performer: Maggie Sansone, hammered dulcimer,
      (Label: Maggie's Music)

    • 4:19 am
      Concerto Grosso No. 10 (after Corelli),
      Composer: Francesco Geminiani, Ensembles: Academy of Ancient Music, Conductor: Andrew Manze,
      (Label: Harmonia Mundi)

    • 4:30 am
      Fantasy on Mozart's 'La ci darem la mano' for Clarinet and Orchestra,
      Composer: Franz Danzi, Ensembles: Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra, Performer: Sabine Meyer, clarinet, Conductor: Jorg Faerber,
      (Label: RCA)

    • 4:42 am
      Capriccio Espagnol,
      Composer: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Ensembles: Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor: David Zinman,
      (Label: Philips)

    • 5:01 am
      Composer: Cecile Chaminade, Performer: Peter Jacobs, piano,
      (Label: Hyperion)

    • 5:06 am
      Symphony No. 89,
      Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Ensembles: Philharmonia Hungarica, Conductor: Antal Dorati,
      (Label: London/Decca)

    • 5:30 am
      Violin Concerto: 2nd movement,
      Composer: Robert Schumann, Ensembles: Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer: Joshua Bell, violin, Conductor: Joshua Bell,
      (Label: Sony)

    • 5:36 am
      Composer: Steve Reich, Ensembles: Smith Quartet,
      (Label: Signum)

    • 5:43 am
      Guitar Quintet No. 2,
      Composer: Luigi Boccherini, Ensembles: Academy Chamber Ensemble, Performer: Pepe Romero, guitar,
      (Label: Philips)

  • 6:00 am


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  • 7:00 am

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    Program Playlist
    • 7:00 am
      Theme Music: Trumpet Tune in D,
      Composer: David N. Johnson, Performer: "Peter DuBois, organ",
      (Label: Private Recording)

    • 7:01 am
      On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry,
      Composer: arr. Richard Webster, Performer: "Musicians of St. Luke's Parish, Evanston", Conductor: Richard Webster,
      (Label: ADVENT PRESS)

    • 7:04 am
      This is the record of John,
      Composer: Orlando Gibbons, Performer: "Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford", Conductor: Bill Ives,
      (Label: HARMONIA MUNDI)

    • 7:09 am
      Canite tuba in Sion,
      Composer: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Performer: Choir of the Natl Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Conductor: Leo Nestor,
      (Label: VQR DIGITAL)

    • 7:13 am
      "Prelpare the way, O Zion",
      Composer: Swedish Folk Tune, Performer: "Choristers of Palmer Mem Epis, Houston", Conductor: Brady Knapp,
      (Label: PRIVATE)

    • 7:15 am
      Advent Fanfare,
      Composer: Aaron David Miller, Performer: "Aaron David Miller, organ/Tower Brass", Conductor: John Sherer,
      (Label: PRIVATE)

    • 7:19 am
      "Veni, Redemptor gentium",
      Composer: Andrew Smith, Performer: New York Polyphony,
      (Label: AVIE)

    • 7:21 am
      This is the truth sent from above,
      Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams, Performer: Choir of Rochester Cathedral, Conductor: Roger Sayer,
      (Label: LANTERN)

    • 7:24 am
      The Coming of the Lord,
      Composer: Alan Hoddinott, Performer: Memphis Boychoir & Chamber Choir, Conductor: John Ayer,
      (Label: PRO ORGANO)

    • 7:27 am
      Audivi vocem de caelo,
      Composer: John Sheppard, Performer: The Sixteen, Conductor: Harry Christophers,
      (Label: HYPERION)

    • 7:32 am
      "Drop down dew, O heavens",
      Composer: Robert Twynham, Performer: "Choir of All Saints', Beverly Hills", Conductor: Thomas Foster,
      (Label: GOTHIC)

    • 7:36 am
      On Jordan's Bank,
      Composer: Claudio Monteverdi, Performer: The Cathedral Singers, Conductor: Richard Proulx,
      (Label: GIA)

    • 7:39 am
      Prepare a Way,
      Composer: arr. Anders Bond, Performer: Uppsala Choir School, Conductor: David Anstey,

    • 7:41 am
      Hark! a herald voice is calling,
      Composer: W H Monk, Performer: "Choir of King's College, Cambridge", Conductor: Stephen Cleobury,

    • 7:44 am
      The Best of Rooms,
      Composer: Randall Thompson, Performer: American Repertory Singers, Conductor: Leo Nestor,
      (Label: ARSIS)

    • 7:48 am
      "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel",
      Composer: Andrew Carter, Performer: Quire of London, Conductor: Andrew Carter,
      (Label: YORK)

    • 7:52 am
      Toccata on Veni Emmanuel,
      Composer: Andrew Carter, Performer: "John Scott, organ", Conductor: Andrew Carter,
      (Label: YORK)

  • 8:00 am

    Sunday Baroque

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  • 10:00 am

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

    Program Playlist
    • 10:00 am
      Recorder Concerto,
      Composer: Johann Fasch, Ensembles: Cappella Academia Frankfurt, Performer: Michael Schneider, recorder,
      (Label: CPO)

    • 10:01 am
      Angela's Ashes: Angela's Prayer,
      Composer: John Williams, Ensembles: Studio Orchestra, Conductor: John Williams,
      (Label: Sony)

    • 10:06 am
      O Jesulein suss (O little one sweet),
      Composer: Samuel Scheidt, Ensembles: Cambridge Singers, Conductor: John Rutter,
      (Label: Collegium)

    • 10:10 am
      Mazeppa: Gopak,
      Composer: Peter Tchaikovsky, Ensembles: Minnesota Orchestra, Conductor: Eiji Oue,
      (Label: Reference)

  • 1:00 pm

    Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

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  • 2:00 pm

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

  • 6:00 pm

    From the Top

    Hosted by acclaimed pianist Christopher O’Riley, From the Top celebrates the amazing performances and captivating stories of extraordinary young classical musicians.

  • 7:00 pm

    Classics for Kids

    Take your kids on a journey through classical music!

  • 7:06 pm

    Music in the Making

    Classical 91.7 interns Joshua Zinn and Zoë Miller bring you a selection of faculty and student ensemble performances from the Moores School at the University...

  • 8:00 pm


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  • 10:00 pm

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

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