Musica della sera

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hosted alternate weeks by Meera Collier
It airs Thursdays on KUSP Santa Cruz, 88.9 FM, 7:00-9:30pm (Pacific Time)

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Dear listeners: I have resigned from KUSP so am no longer co-host of Musica della sera.
My statement can be found here. Comments, of course, are always welcome.
Yours affectionately, Nicholas Mitchell, Thursday, November 5, 2015

 

Second wave of changes to the KUSP Schedule

Phase Two of KUSP’s programming changes take effect today.

Where are the classical shows?

 You’ll find them on Sunday now.

OnSite with Robin Whitehouse, 7-9:30 AM

and

Classical Tune-Up with Christopher Smith, 7-9:30 PM

Phase 2 of the Kee Ferraro KUSP Makeover Plan

Arrivederci, musica della sera, è finito.

Musica della sera

Classical Music 7:00-9:30pm, Pacific Time

Geo Warner guest hosted,
with thanks to Christopher Smith
for help with the music selections

Playlist for Thursday, December 3, 2015 

Time

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record
Title

Label

7:00

Johannes Brahms

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano no
1 in F minor, Op. 120 no 1

Lorenzo Coppola, clarinet;
Andreas Staier, piano

Brahms: Sonatas for Clarinet
& Piano

Harmonia Mundi

7:22

Sergei Prokofiev

Cello Concerto in E minor Op 58

Steven Isserlis,
cello; Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra; Paavo Järvi, conductor

Prokofiev & Shostakovich: Cello
Concertos

Hyperion

8:00

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Violin Concerto #5 in A Major, K.
219

English Chamber Orchestra

Violin Concertos ─ Sinfonia Concertante

EMI

8:30

Dmitri Shostakovich

Symphony No. 10 in E minor, Op. 93

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Yoel Levi, conductor

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10

Telarc

 

Nocturnal Wallpaper

Nocturnal Promenade: A Whole Lotta Night Music

So long, and thank you for the many ways
you’ve supported us and classical music.
─MC & NM

Thanksgiving Special for 2015

 Musica della sera


Thursday, November 26, 2015

7:00-9:30pm

Special programming as classical music takes a holiday.

The Sporkful: Thanksgiving Is For Eaters

Presented by ‘s Dan Pashman

Followed at 7:50 by a Special Music Mix

with local guest host Alex Burke 

Playlist for Thursday, November 26, 2015

 

Time

(approx)

Song

Artist

Album

Label

7:00

From WNYC

The Sporkful: Thanksgiving Is For Eaters,

with host Dan Pashman

and guests Mo Rocca, Amy
Sedaris, Rosie Schaap,

Robert Krulwich,  Brooke
Gladstone

7:50

Bring It on Home to Me

Sam Cooke

The Best Of Sam Cooke

RCA

 

Tennessee Time

Valerie June

Pushin‘ Against A Stone

Sunday Best

 

Take This Hammer

Odetta

Odetta at the Town Hall

Vanguard

8:00

Runner Ups

Kurt Vile

Smoke Ring for My Halo

Matador

 

At The Chime Of A City Clock

Nick Drake

Bryter Layter

Island

 

At My Window

Townes Van Zandt

Be Here To Love Me (Original
Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Fat Possum

 

E. Watson

The Decemberists

Long Live The King

Capitol

 

Goshen

Beirut

The Rip Tide

Pompeii

 

Grandma’s Hands

Bill Withers

Just As I Am

Sussex

 

Carolina Pines

Kate Wolf

Poet’s Heart

Kaleidoscope

8:30

Morning Morgantown

Joni Mitchell

Ladies of the Canyon

Reprise

 

Country John

Allen Toussaint

Southern Nights

Reprise

 

After The Fall

Norah Jones

…Little Broken Hearts

Blue Note

 

Don’t Pass Me By

The Beatles

The White Album

Apple

 

Cleaning Windows

Van Morrison

Beautiful Vision

Mercury

 

Oliver James

Fleet Foxes

Fleet Foxes

Bella Union

 

Song to Woody

Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan

Capitol

 

I Hung My Head

Johnny Cash

American IV: The Man Comes Around

American

 

Private Number

Judy Clay and William Bell

Private Numbers

Stax

9:00

Oh What a World

Rufus Wainwright

Want One

DreamWorks

 

Danse Caribe

Andrew Bird

Break It Yourself

Bella Union

 

Fresh As A Sweet Sunday Morning

Bert Jansch

L.A. Turnaround

Charisma

 

Sitting

Cat Stevens

Catch Bull at Four

A&M

 

Up on the Roof

Laura Nyro

Christmas & The Beads Of
Sweat

Legacy

 

Up to the Mountain (MLK Song)

Patty Griffin

Children Running Through

ATO

 

Ocean Girl

The Stills-Young Band

Long May You Run

Reprise

 

The Look of Love

Dusty Springfield

Casino Royale (1967 soundtrack)

Colgems

Special Program Dedicated to Nicholas Mitchell

Musica della sera

Classical Music 7:00-9:30pm

A special tribute to Nicholas

Mitchell

Presented by Joe Truskot

On Thursday night at 7:00 p.m., Joe Truskot guest hosts Musica della sera.

Joe will be honoring the many, many years of musical knowledge and passionate perspective that Nicholas Mitchell has given KUSP’s listeners. Nicholas has recently resigned from his air shift on KUSP.

With sincere thanks, KUSP extends best wishes to Nicholas.

Playlist for Thursday, November 19, 2015

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record
Title

Label

7:00

Domenico Scarlatti

Sonata in C Minor, K. 11

Dubravka Tomsic, piano

Scarlatti Sonatas

Pilz

Georg Philipp Telemann

Essercizii musici: Trio in E flat major, TWV
42:Es3

Allan Vogel, oboe; Patricia Mabee, harpsichord;

Mark Chatfield, viola da
gamba; Nancy Sartain, harpsichord

Bach’s Circle

Delos

George Frideric
Handel

Gloria in excelsis
Deo

English Baroque Soloists; John
Eliot Gardiner, conductor; Gillian Keith, soprano

Vivaldi – Gloria · Handel -
Gloria · Dixit Dominus

Philips

7:30

Johann Sebastian Bach

Capriccio sopra
la lotananza del suo fratello dilettissimo (Capriccio
on the Departure of a Beloved Brother), for keyboard in B flat major, BWV 992

Tatiana Nikolaeva,
piano

J.S. Bach: Italian Concerto BWV 971;
Fantasia BWV 906; Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother BWV 992;
Etc.

Olympia

 

Franz Joseph Haydn

Symphony no 45 in F sharp minor,
Hoboken I:45 ”Farewell”

London Chamber Orchestra; Christopher
Warren-Green, conductor

Haydn: Symphony No 45, 94, Horn
Concerto No 1

Virgin Classics

8:15

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sonata for Piano and Violin in E minor,
K.304

Augustin Dumay, violin; Maria João Pires, piano

Mozart: Sonaten
für Klavier und Violin
K.301, 304, 378, 379

Deutsche Grammophon

8:30

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonata No. 17 in E-flat, Op. 81a
(Les Adieux)

John O’Conor, piano

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Vol. 2: Waldstein, Tempest, Les Adieux

Telarc

 

Reynaldo Hahn

Chansons grises:
No. 5, L’heure exquise

Elly Ameling, soprano; Rudolf Jansen,
piano

On the Wings of Song

Philips

 

Samuel Barber

Songs, Op. 13: no 3, Sure on this
Shining Night

 

Franz Schubert

Nachtgesang im Walde,
quartet for male chorus & four horns, D. 913 (Op. posth.
139); Trinklied aus dem 16 Jahrhundert (“Edit Nonna“), quartet for male voices, D. 847 (Op. posth. 155)

Orphei Drängar; Robert Sund,
conductor

Schubert Male Choruses

Bis

9:00

Domenico Scarlatti

Sonata in C Major, K. 159; Sonata
in D Minor, K. 9 “Pastorale“; Sonata in G
Major, K. 125

Dubravka Tomsic, piano

Scarlatti Sonatas

Pilz

 

Johannes Brahms

Four Songs for Female Voices, 2 Horns and
Harp, Op. 17

Berlin RIAS Chamber Chorus; Marcus Creed,
conductor; Marie-Pierre Langlamet, harp; Manfred Klier and Stefan Jezierski,
horns

Brahms: Secular Choral Songs

Harmonia Mundi

 

Domenico Scarlatti

Sonata in D Minor, K. 1

Dubravka Tomsic, piano

Scarlatti Sonatas

Pilz

Playlist for November 5, 2015

Musica della sera

Classical Music 7:00-9:30pm, Pacific Time

Playlist for Thursday, November 5, 2015

Hosted by Meera Collier

Playlist for Thursday, November 5, 2015

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record Title

Label

7:00

Henry Litolff

(1818 – 1891)

Scherzo from Concerto Symphonique No. 4

San
Franciso Symphony, Michael Tilson
Thomas, conductor

Yuja Wang, piano

Masterpieces
in Miniature

(2014)

SFS Media

7”10

Traditional Catalan

El Mariner

Arianna Savall, soprano &
harp

Invocation a la
nuit: Musica Notturna

(2008)

Alia Vox

 

 

Modest Mussorgsky

(1839 – 1881)

La chamber des enfants, 1870

Montserrat Figueras, mezzo, Paul Badura Skoda, piano

 

 

Arvo Pärt

Kuus, kuus
kalike

M. Figuras, A. Savall, sopranos

Jordi Savall,
viol da gamba

 

Traditional

Black is the Color of My True
Love’s Hair • Traditional Appalachian Melody • My Lady Carey’s Dompe (c. 1540) • English Anonymous

Ensemble Galilei

The Mystic and the Muse

(1997)

Dorian Recordings

7:30

Far,
Far Beyond yon Mountain • from the 1914 Irish Folk Song Society Journal

 

Ysaye M. Barnwell

Would You Harbor Me?

Cantus

A Harvest Home

(2014)

cantussings.org

 

Elise Witt

My
Journey Yours

7:45

Steven Stucky

Whispers

Chanticleer

Our American Journey

(2002)

Teldec

 

Jackson Hill

Voices
of Autumn

 

Eric Whitacre

Sleep

Polyphony, Stephen Layton, conductor

Cloudburst

Hyperion

8:00

John Williams

Hymn
to the Fallen

Voces 8

Matthew
Sharp, cello

Christian
Forshaw, saxophone

Eventide

(2014)

Decca

 

Patrick Hawes

Reflexionem

 

Karl Jenkins

Benedictus

8:10

Aaron Copland

arr R. Wilding-White

At the River

The San Jose Choral Project

Daniel Hughes, conductor

Americana

(2001)

Independent label

 

arr. René Clausen

Simple
Gifts

 

Traditional

Steal Away

Voces 8

Eventide

Decca

8:30

arr. Ronald Staheli

How
Can I Keep from Singing?

The San Jose Choral Project

Daniel Hughes, conductor

Americana

 

Dan Forrest

Good Night, Dear Heart

Seraphic Fire

Reincarnations: A Century of American Choral Music

SFM

 

Carmen Cavallara

El Grito

Text by Federico Garcia Lorca

Chanticleer

Chanticleer:
By Request

(2012)

Chanticleer Records

8:40

Henryk Górecki

Totus Tuus

The Concordia Choir, René Clausen, conductor

In the New Moon

Concordia Recordings

 

Gustav Holst

Nunc dimittis

Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill, conductor

Lux Aeterna

(1998)

Virgin Classics

9:00

Morten Lauridsen

Les chansons des roses

Text by Ranier Maria Rilke

Polyphony, Stephen Layton, conductor

Morten Lauridsen:
Nocturnes

(2007)

Hyperion

 

Stephen Paulus

The
Day is Done (2006)

The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, Stephen Layton, conductor

Beyond
All Mortal Dreams

Hyperion

 

Morten Lauridsen

Where have the actors gone

Sunny Wilkinson, vocal

Shelly Berg, piano

Lauridsen: Northwest Journey

RCM

9:25

Graeme Langager

Irish
Blessing

Brigham
Young University
Concert Choir

Beautiful
River: Songs of Refuge, Love, and Devotion

Tantara Records

Slow down so we can sit back and listen!

After a couple weeks of talk talk talk on-air pitching I felt I’d stretch out my legs and play some longer works that I never could quite find time to play on past shows. All from the new bin, which is actually a shelf, and some of it relatively new, not brand new. We used to say new vinyl. New plastic doesn’t quite have the panache. Get ready, soon we’ll be showcasing the new audio bytes from the download folder! (New arrivals works.)

I myself did indeed sit back and listen, and it was grand. Shorter playlist, less data entry!

Playlist for Thursday, October 29, 2015

Hosted by Nicholas Mitchell

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record Title

Label

7:00

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

October
(Autumn Song) and November (Troika) from The Seasons, Op. 37a

Lang Lang, piano

Lang Lang in Paris:
Chopin Tchakovsky

Sony

 

Johannes Brahms

Sechs Klavierstücke,
Op. 118:
No. 1. Intermezzo in A minor. Allegro non assai, ma molto
appassionato
; No. 2.
Intermezzo in A major. Andante teneramente; No. 3. Ballade in G minor. Allegro
energico
;
No. 4. Intermezzo in F minor. Allegretto un poco
agitato
;
No. 5. Romanze in F major. Andante; No. 6. Intermezzo in E flat
minor. Andante, largo e mest

Andreas
Staier, piano

Brahms: Sonatas for Clarinet
& Piano; 6 Klavierstücke Op.118

Harmonia Mundi

7:30

W. A. Mozart

Sinfonia
Concertante in E Flat Major, K. 364

Rachel
Barton Pine, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields; Sir Neville
Mariner, conductor

W.A.
Mozart: Complete Violin Concertos & Symfonia Concertante

Avie

8:15

Antonio Vivaldi

Magnificat in C Minor, RV 610

La Capella Reial de Catalunya; Le Concert des Nations; Jordi
Savall, viola da gamba and conductor

Magnificat & Concerti: Vivaldi &
Bach

Alia Vox

8:30

Johannes Brahms

Sonata
in F Minor for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 120, No. 1

Lorenzo
Coppola, clarinet; Andreas Staier, piano

Brahms:
Sonatas for Clarinet & Piano; 6 Klavierstücke
Op.118

Harmonia Mundi

9:00

Ludwig van Beethoven

String Quartet in B-Flat Major,
Op. 18, No. 6

Jerusalem Quartet: Alexander Pavlovsky and Sergei Bresler,
violins; Ori Kam, viola; Kyril Zlotnikov, violoncello

Beethoven String Quartets Op.
18

Harmonia Mundi

 

Jacob Gade

Jalousie

Anne
Akiko Meyers, violin; London Symphony Orchestra; Keith Lockhart, conductor

Serenade:
The Love Album

Harmonia Mundi

─N.M.
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Eclectic Classical Mix

Pledge Drive with Meera, it was an anything-goes segue mashup. Thank you for your generous support!

Playlist for Thursday, October 15, 2015

Hosted by Nicholas Mitchell

 

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record
Title

Label

7:00

George Frideric Händel

Concerto
Grosso in C Minor, Op. 6, No. 7

Guildhall
String Ensemble

Handel:
Concerti Grossi, Op. 6

RCA Victor

 

Frederick Delius (arr. Eric Fenby)

Two Aquarelles

English Music for Strings

RCA Victor

7:30

John Taverner

Magnificat
for five voices

The
Tallis Scholars; Peter Phillips, conductor

John
Tavernor: Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas

Gimell

 

Frederic Chopin

Scherzo in B-Flat Minor, Op.31

Lang Lang, piano

Lang Lang in Paris

Sony

 

Georges Bizet

Act II:
Entr’acte; Act III Sextuor et Choeur “Ecoute compagnon”; Entr’acte; Choeur “A
dos cuartos”

Orchestre
National Bordeaux Aquitaine; Alain Lombard, conductor

Bizet:
Carmen

Naive

8:00

W.A. Mozart (arr. and cadenzas by Robert
Stallman)

Andante and Rondo for Flute and
Orchestra in G Major, K. 250

Czech Chamber Orchestra; Ondrej
Kukal, conductor; Robert Stallman, flute

Cosi fan Flauti: Mozart for
Flute and Orchestra

Bogner’s Cafe

 

Gustav Holst

Part Songs:
Ave Maria; Of one that is so fair and bright; A Welcome Song; Jesu, Though
the Virgin-born No.3 of For Old English; Terly Terlow; Lullay my liking

The
Holst Singers; Stephen Layton, conductor; David Theodore, oboe; Robert
Truman, cello; Sioned Williams, harp

This
Have I Done fro My True Love: Partsongs by Gustav Holst

Hyperion

9:00

Alessandro Marcello

Concerto in C Minor

Alison Balsom, trumpet; Colm
Carey, organ

Bach Works for Trumpet

EMI

 

Manuel de Falla

El pano
moruno

Alison
Balsom, trumpet; Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra; Edward Gardner, conductor

Caprice

EMI

 

 

Oskar Lindberg

Andante

 

Gustav Holst

Bring
us in good ale; This have I done for my true love

The
Holst Singers; Stephen Layton, conductor; David Theodore, oboe; Robert
Truman, cello; Sioned Williams, harp

This
Have I Done fro My True Love: Partsongs by Gustav Holst

Hyperion

─N.M.
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Elijah and other things Mendelssohn

Elijah in the Desert, by Michael O’Brien

Musica della sera

Classical Music 7:00-9:30pm, Pacific Time

Playlist for Thursday, October 08, 2015

Hosted by Meera Collier

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record Title

Label

7:00

J.S. Bach

Joe Chindamo

Goldberg Variations with violin
counterpart

   Aria

   Variations 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

Zoë
Black, violin

Joe Chindamo, piano

The New Goldberg Variations

(2015)

Alfi Records

7:15

J.S. Bach

Himmelskönig, sei willkommen, BWV 182

King of Heaven, ever welcome

   Sonata: Concert: Grave, Adagio

   Chorale: “Jesu deine Passion

The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir

Ton Koopman, director

Bach: Complete Cantatas, Vol. 2

(1995)

Erato

7:20

Felix Mendelssohn

(1809 – 1847)

Sechs Lieder im Freien zu singen, Op. 48

Songs to be Sung in the Open Air

   Frühlingsahnung

Premonition of Spring

   Die Primel

The Primrose

   Frühlingsfeier

Festival of Spring

   Lerchengesang

Song of the Lark

   Morgengebet

Morning Prayer

   Herbstlied

Autumn Song

RIAS Kammerchor

Hans-Christoph Rademann, director

Mendelssohn: Choral Works

(2008)

Harmonia Mundi

7:35

Antonín Dvořák

(1841 – 1904)

Songs My Mother Taught Me, Op. 55, No. 4

Yo-Yo Ma, cello

Kathryn Stott, piano

Songs from the Arc of Life

(2015)

Sony Classical

Gabriel Fauré

(1845 – 1924)

Papillon, Op. 77

Butterfly

7:45

Claude Debussy

(1862 – 1918)

Beau Soir

Beautiful Evening

Felix Mendelssohn

Elijah, Part I

Oratorio, Op. 70

Bryn Terfel, Elijah

Renee Fleming, The Widow, Soprano I

Patricia Bardon, An Angel, Contralto I

John Mark Ainsley, Obadiah, Tenor I

Edinburgh Festival Chorus

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Paul Daniel, Conductor

Mendelssohn: Elijah

(1997)

London

8:15

8:30

8:45

8:55

Alexander Scriabin

(1872 – 1915)

Etude Op. 8 & 11 for Piano Solo

Transcription for cello and piano by Gregor Platigorsky

Wendy Warner, cello

Irina Nuzova, piano

Russian Music for Cello & Piano

(2010)

Cedille Records

9:00

Henrique de Curitiba

(1934 – 2008)

Metaphors

Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

Geoffrey Webber, director

Romaria: Choral Music from Brazil

(2015)

Delphian

9:10

John Tavener

(b. 1944)

Song for Athene

The Concordia Choir

René Clausen, conductor

In the New Moon

Concordia Recordings

 

René Clausen

(b. 1953)

In Pace

 

Astor Piazzolla

(1921 – 1992)

Oblivion

Anne Akiko Meyers, violin

London Symphony Orchestra

Keith Lockhart, conductor

Serenade: The Love Album

(2015)

E One Music

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Playlist for October 1, 2015

Hosted by Nicholas Mitchell

Time

(approx)

Composer

Selection

Performers

Record
Title

Label

7:00

Georg Christoph
Bach

Cantata:
Siehe, wie fein und lieblich ist (See what delight and joy it is)

Capella Fidicinia; Hans Gruss,
conductor; Ekkehard Wagner and Reinhart Ginzel, tenor; Hermann Christian Polster,
bass

Cantatas
from the Archive of Early Bachs

Capriccio

 

Johann Michael Bach

Cantata: Ach sehnlich wart’ ich der Zeit

Capella Fidicinia;
Hans Gruss, conductor Gisela Burkhardt,
soprano

 

Johann Sebastian Bach

Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 636; Wenn wir in höhsten Nöten sein, BWV 641; Heuttriumphiret Gottes Sohn, BWV 630

Vlada Volova-Moran, organ (Holy Cross’s Felgemaker/Goodwin pipe organ at Holy
Cross Church,
Santa Cruz)

On a Mission from Russia

a-ram

7:30

Gregoire François

Fêtons dans la joie; Vous êtes la lumière du monde; Kyrie eleison; Gloria; Sanctus; Agnus
Dei;
Laissons nous transformer
par la lumière du Christ; Jésus
se donne à nous; Laudate Dominum

Les Bénédictines
du Sacré Cœur de
Montmartre

L’Annonce de la foi dans la joie

Sarl Cana

 

Girolamo Frescobaldi

Fantasie Book I: Terza Sopra un soggietto solo; Nona Sopra tre soggietti;
Canzoni Francesi III, IV,
V

Sergio Vartolo, alternating on harpsichord and harpsichord

Frescobaldi: Fantasie Book I,Ricercari, Canzoni Francesi

Naxos

8:18

Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa

Madrigals Book I: O dolce mio martire; Tirsi morir volea;
Mentre, mia stella, miri

Delitiæ Musicæ; Marco Longhi

Gesualdo: Madrigals
Book 1

Naxos

 

Arcangelo Corelli

Violin Sonata
Op,5, No. 9 in A Major (performed with Geminiani’s
transcribed ornamentation)

The Locatelli Trio: Elizabeth Wallfisch,
violin; Richard Tunnicliffe, cello; Paul Nicholson,
harpsichord

Corelli:
Twelve Violin Sonatas Op. 5

Hyperion

8:40

Domenico Scarlatti

Sinfonia a 3 in G
Major; Sinfonia in A Minor

Europa Galante; Fabio Biondi,
conductor

A & D Scarlatti: Concerti & Sinfonie

Virgin Veritas

 

Alessandro Scarlatti

Recorder
Sonata in A Minor (Concerto IX)

Petr Zejfart, recorder;
Fabio Biondi and Lorenzo Colitto,
solo violins; Maurizio Naddeo, cello continuo

 

J.S. Bach

The Art of the Fugue: Contrapunctus 9 ‘alla duodecima’; Contrapunctus 10 ‘alla decima

Angela Hewitt, piano

J.S. Bach: The Art of the Fugue

Hyperion

9:00

Edvard Grieg

Suite for
Strings (in olden style from Holberg’s time), Op.
40

Norwegian
Chamber Orchestra; Iona Brown, conductor

Grieg/Nielsen:
Music for String Orchestra

Virgin Classics

 

Frederic Chopin

Nocturne in G Minor, Op. 15, No. 3

Angela Hewitt, piano

Chopin: Nocturnes

Hyperion

─N.M.
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