Classical 91.7

Houston Music Highlights: Week of September 28th, 2015

A preview of the Houston Music Highlights airing on Classical 91.7 this week.

Be on the listen for Houston Music Highlights, Tuesday through Friday on Classical 91.7! These 6-minute segments feature local musicians and ensembles such as the Houston Symphony, the Apollo Chamber Players, and numerous others each week. Houston Music Highlights air at 7 AM, and then repeat at 1 PM, 6 PM, and 10 PM. The highlights for this week feature an American interpretation of Hungarian folk music, for string quartet; a German setting of Psalm 13, “Herr, wie lange willst du mein so gar vergessen? (How long wilt thou forget me, O Lord?);” a French chamber piece that seems to fit somewhere in between a concerto and a sextet; and an arrangement of one of Dvořák’s many Slavonic Dances, bookending nicely with the European folk flair of Tuesday’s piece.

Publicity photo of Apollo Chamber Players, a Houston-based string quartet.
The Apollo Chamber Players, featured on Tuesday’s Houston Music Highlight.

Tuesday

Hungarian Folk Songs (excerpt): Dana Wilson

Apollo Chamber Players

Recorded in HPM’s Geary Performance Studio on April 30, 2015

  Wednesday

Psalm 13, Op. 27: Johannes Brahms

Bach Society Houston: Bach Choir Houston and Mercury

Performed as part of Bach Vespers: Music from Hamburg on February 17th, 2013.

  Thursday

Concerto for violin, piano & string quartet, Op. 21: Ernest Chausson

St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society

Recorded in HPM’s Geary Performance Studio on January 5, 2015

  Friday

Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 8: Antonín Dvořák

The Webster Trio

Performed in Duncan Recital Hall on September 7th, 2012.

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