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Rob Cowan presents a selection of music by contemporary composers, Kodaly's concerto for orchestra and a Telemann cantata: es hat uberwunden der Lowe.

Rob Cowan presents music by 20th century composers, including Simeon Ten Holt, Rodion Shchedrin, Ross Edwards and Jan Sandstrom. Plus his season of concertos for orchestra continues with the work by Zoltan Kodaly.

And the week's cantata, by Telemann (formerly attributed to Bach as BWV 219) is Siehe, es hat uberwunden der Lowe: Behold, the Lion has triumphed.

2 hours, 57 minutes

Last on

Sun 29 Sep 2013 09:00

Music Played

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Sonatina from Actus Tragicus

    Performer: Ashley Wass. Performer: Ron Abramski. Music Arranger: György Kurtág.
    • Bach to the Future.
    • Orchid Classics.
    • Track 1.
  • Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka


    Orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Anatole Fistoulari.
    • Antole Fistoulari: Russian Concert Favourites.
    • Guild.
    • Track 2.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Romance in G major, Op. 40

    Performer: David Oistrakh. Performer: London Philharmonic Orchestra. Performer: Gennady Nikolayevich Rozhdestvensky.
    • 74321 72914 2.
    • RCA.
  • Georg Philipp Telemann

    Siehe, es hat uberwunden der Lowe: Behold, the Lion has triumphed

    Performer: Wolfgang Helbich. Performer: Alsfelder Vokalensemble. Performer: Steintor Barock Bremen. Performer: Johanna Koslowsky. Performer: Kai Wessel. Performer: Phillip Langshaw.
    • 999 139 2.
    • CPO.
  • Darius Milhaud

    Suite Française

    Performer: Eastman Wind Ensemble. Performer: Frederick Fennell.
    • 434 399-2.
    • Mercury.
  • Norbert Glanzberg

    Suite Yiddish: Un trotsdem

    Orchestra: Mulhouse Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Daniel Klanjer.
    • Glanzberg: Holocaust Lieder etc..
    • MDG.
    • Track 19.
  • Sofia Gubaidulina

    Seven Words for cello, bayan and strings; Verily I say unto thee; Today shalt thou be with me in Paradise

    Performer: Friedich Lips. Performer: Mikhail Milman. Ensemble: Moscow Virtuosi. Conductor: Vladimir Spivakov.
    • Modern Portraits II.
    • RCA.
    • Track 7.
  • Jan Sandström

    Biegga Njunnji

    Choir: Swedish Radio Choir. Conductor: Peter Dijkstra.
    • Nordic Sounds 2.
    • Channel Classics.
    • Track 4.
  • Ross Edwards

    Violin Concerto

    Performer: Adele Anthony. Performer: Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Performer: Arvo Volmer.
    • CC09.
    • Canary Classics.
  • Rodion Shchedrin

    Seagull: Preludio 23-24; Postludio

    Performer: Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra. Performer: Alexander Lazarev.
    • MEL CD 10 01683.
    • Melodiya.
  • Simeon ten Holt

    Notation in E (part)

    Performer: Jeroen van Veen.
    • 9434.
    • Brilliant Classics.
  • Gioachino Rossini

    Overture: La scala di seta

    Performer: London Symphony Orchestra. Performer: Piero Gamba.
    • 480 3899.
    • Decca.
  • Robert Schumann

    Fantasie, Op. 131

    Performer: Baiba Skride. Orchestra: China National Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: John Storgårds.
    • Schumann/Skride: Storgards, DNSO etc..
    • Orfeo.
    • Track 4.
  • Giuseppe Verdi

    Ave Maria

    Singer: Maria Agresta. Orchestra: Orchestra of the National Academy of Saint Cecilia. Conductor: Sir Antonio Pappano.
    • Sacred Verdi.
    • Warner Classics.
    • Track 5.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Concerto for Orchestra

    Orchestra: Miskolc Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: László Kovács.
    • Kodaly: Concerto for Orchestra, Symhony, Summer Evening.
    • Hungaroton.
    • Track 1.
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

    Missa Regina Caeli: Agnus Dei I, II & III

    Ensemble: The Sixteen. Conductor: Harry Christophers.
    • Palestrina Volume 3.
    • Coro.
    • Track 15.
  • William Walton

    Orb and Sceptre

    Performer: London Philharmonic Orchestra. Performer: Adrian Boult.
    • 0 19270 2.
    • Warner Classics.


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