Sep
15
2021

What a bonanza of a show! In this edition of QOTN, Tim brings together
music that celebrates old Europeans, a modern Australian,
and the era of film, on screens large and small.

Playlist: 12 September 2021

– Evans/Livingstone: Bonanza theme. City of Prague Philharmonic.
– Mahler: Symphony no.8 in E-flat major “Symphony of a Thousand”: Part I: Hymnus “Veni Creator Spiritus”: Imple superna gratia. Cheryl Studer, Angela Maria Blasi, sop; Waltraud Meier, Kazuko Nagai alto; Keith Lewis tenor; Thomas Allen baritone; Hans Sotin bass; Southend Boys Choir, Philharmonia & Chorus/ Giuseppe Sinopoli.
– Ross Edwards: String Octet “Veni Creator Spiritus”: II. Rhythmic. Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra/ Richard Mills.
– Pärt: Veni Creator. Theatre of Voices, Ars Nova Copenhagen/ Paul Hillier.
– Chopin: Piano Sonata no.2 in B-flat minor, op.35: IV. Finale – Presto. Cecile Ousset, pno.
– Mahler: Symphony no.8 in E-flat major “Symphony of a Thousand”: Part II. Final Scene from Goethe’s Faust. Excerpts. Concertgebouw Orchestra/ Bernard Haitink.
– Gounod: Faust: Act II. Devil’s aria – Song of the Golden Calf; Waltz. José Van Dam, bass-baritone. Toulouse Capitole Orchestra/ Michel Plasson.
– Mendelssohn: Songs without Words, op. 62: VI. Spring Song. Daniel Barenboim, pno.
– Beethoven: Violin Sonata no.5 in F major, op.24: II. Adagio. Augustin Dumay, vln. Maria João Pires, pno.
– Gold: Exodus theme. Edith Piaf.
– Wagner: Lohengrin: Act III: Prelude. Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra/ Marek Janowski.

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