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In this show we have a selection of sacred and secular classical music.
There is also some music that might put you to sleep (surely not!) and wake you up (definitely!).

Playlist: …. 16 February 2020

– Selim Palmgren: Exotic March. Pori Sinfonietta/ Jan Söderblom.
– Jóhann Jóhannsson: Lacrimosa. Echo Collective.
– John Dowland: Lachrimae. Julian Bream, lute.
– Beethoven: String Quartet no.14 in C minor, op. 131: VII. Allegro. Emerson String Quartet
– Bruch: Lorely: Act I: Ave Maria. Prague Chorus, Munich Radio Orchestra/ Stefan Blunier.
– Massenet: Werther: Act I. “Il faut nous séparer”. Frederica von Stade, mezzo-soprano. José Carreras, tenor. Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden/ Sir Colin Davis.
– Massenet: Werther: Act III. “Pourquoi me reveiller?”. Georges Thill, tenor. Paris National Opera Orchestra/ Elie Cohen.
– Liszt: “Quand je dors” (“When I sleep”). Gerard Souzay, baritone. Dalton Baldwin, piano.
– JS Bach: “Enemies, blow the alarm!”. Deustche Hofmusik/ Alexander Grychtolik.
– Vivaldi: Magnificat RV611: III. Andante Molto. Felicity Lott, soprano. English Chamber Orchestra/ Vittorio Negri.

Photo: Source of Bach’s “Enemies, blow the alarm!”

For queries, requests or comments, contact your presenter Tim at Tim.Perry@joy.org.au

 

About the author: Margaret

 

Long-time JOY 94.9 listener. Podcaster since 2015: formerly - Friday Drive (Driving you mad, driving you crazy); currently - Friday Night Live with David & Sue; Queen of the Night; Queer Concert Hall.

 

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