Greetings to all you music fans!
Tonight’s show featured and interview with three outstanding musicians from the Santa Cruz Chamber Players. Mezzo-soprano, Solmaaz Adeli is joined by composer/cellis, Barry Phillips, composer and the director of the SCCP and clarinetist, Jeff Gallagher. We’ve got some tracks and discussion around the concert, which is this coming weekend, Saturday and Sunday, the 13th and 14th of February. That’s in the first 1/2 hour of the show.
We’re also celebrating a few birthdays this month of February — G. F. Handel and Arcangelo Corelli. So please, however and wherever you are enjoying the show, listen on!
Tonight’s detailed playlist is here:
Playlist for Sunday, February 7, 2016
Hosted by Christopher Smith
(Performance times are approximate)
|7:02||Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)||Concerto for Flauto no. 8 in E minor:I. Preludio. LargoII. Allemanda. AllegroIII. Sarabanda. LargoIV. Giga. Allegro||Maurice Steger, recorderThe English ConcertLaurence Cummings, conductor||Mr. Corelli in London – Recorder Concertos – La Follia after Corelli’s Op. 5||Harmonia Mundi (2010)|
|7:25||Erich Korngold (1897-1957)||(Selection, from Fünf Lieder):Alt-Spanisch||Solmaaz Adeli, mezzo-sopranoDon Atkins, piano||(Private recording)||(Private recording)|
|7:30||Barry Phillips (b. ?)||(Excerpts) Dolcissime for Chamber Orchestra and Voice||Solmaaz Adeli, mezzo-soprano; Don Atkins, piano; Jeff Gallagher, clarinet; Barry Phillips, cello; Lars Johanason, flute|
|7:33||Lou Harrison (1917-2003)||Aria (excerpt), from Suite for Cello & Harp||Barry Phillips, cello; Don Atkins, piano|
|7:36||Donald Grantham (b. 1947)||La canción desperada (Song of despair)||Conspirare Chamber PlayersCraig Hela Johnson, dir||Pablo Neruda – The Poet Sings||Harmonia Mundi (2015)|
|8:00||G. F. Handel (1685-1759)||Deliro amoroso (HWV 99)||Natalie Dessay, sopranoLe Concert d’AstréeEmmanuelle Haïm, harpsichord, director||Handel – Delirio||Virgin Classics (2005)|
|8:40||Jean-Phillipe Rameau (1683-1764)||Deuxième ConcertI. La LabordeII. La BouconIII. L’AgaçanteIV. Premier menuet en rondeau; deuxième menuet en rondeau||Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord; Rachel Podger, baroque violin; Jonathan Manson, viola de gamba||Rameau: Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts||Chanel Classics (2002)|