Pianist Javier Perianes*** performs the Adagio from Sonata Nº1 in C Minor by Manuel Blasco de Nebra (1750-1784) It has a nocturnal character that is a running theme of Musica della sera (Music of the Evening).
With very much the same nocturnal character, this is a work by Domenico Scarlatti, the Sonata in G Minor, K. 8*, performed by Eteri Andjaparidze, piano
John Holloway, violin; Jaap ter Linden, cello; Lars Ulrik Mortensen, harpsichord
Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768): Violin Sonata Op.1, No. 1 in G Minor* Part I
Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768): Violin Sonata Op.1, No. 1 in G Minor* Part II
Michala Petri, recorder; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields; Iona Brown, conductor
Giuseppe Sammartini: Recorder Concerto in F Major*
(The soloist was featured on the broadcast, but with a different ensemble and conductor.)
Visual bonus: flowers!
Musica Pacifica: Byron Schenkman, harpsichord; Judith Linsenberg (recorder) and Elizabeth Blumenstock (violin), co-directors
Alessandro Scarlatti: Sonata VII in D Major*
(N.B., This clip doesn’t include the harpsichord toccata from the album, which adds to my doubt that it was actually intended as the final movement of the sonata, as the liner notes imply.)
Paolo Pollastri, oboe; Accademia I Filarmonici; Alberto Martini, conductor
Vivaldi: Concerto for oboe, strings and basso continuo in B flat major**
(This was featured on the show as a trumpet concerto with soloist Maurice André.)
Maurice André, trumpet***; Orchestre de Chambre J.F. Paillard; Jean-Francois Paillard, conductor
Domenico Zipoli: Trumpet Suite in F Major
(The great French trumpet virtuoso Maurice André passed away in February of this year)
Alain Trudel, bass trombone; Patrick Wedd, organ
Franz Liszt: Hosannah*
(Though the artists aren’t credited on the video, I believe it is the same recording as was featured on the show.)
Vlad Weverbergh, clarinet
Samuel Gardner: Hebrew Fantasy: I. Gassenlied (Street Song); III. At the Wedding**
(The 2nd movement of this three movement piece, titled Av ha rakhamim (Most Merciful Father), is not included in this performance.)
Mitsuko Shirai, mezzo-soprano; Hartmut Höll, piano
Liszt: Der du von dem Himmel bist, S.279 (2nd version)**
Angelika Kirchschlager, mezzo-soprano***; Venice Baroque Orchestra; Andrea Marcon, conductor
J.S. Bach: Aria: “Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust”, from Cantata BWV 170.
*These compositions and artists were featured on the program.
**These compositions were featured on the program, with different artists.
***The artist was featured on the program, but not the composition