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Rob Cowan

Rob Cowan explores music of lamentation and celebration. Plus Cherubini's Symphony No 1 and Mozart's Piano Sonata No 5 in G, K283, in a performance by Peter Katin.

In a new mini-series Rob Cowan looks at works by composers who composed just one symphony, starting with Cherubini, and he explores music of lamentation and celebration. Mozart's Piano Sonata No 5 in G Major, K283, is played by Peter Katin and there's this week's Sunday Supplement suggested by a listener. We also remember Israel Yinon, who died this week, with three pieces for string orchestra by Pavel Haas.

2 hours, 57 minutes

Last on

Sun 1 Feb 2015 09:00

Music Played

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Prelude and Fugue in C sharp major BWV 848

    Performer: Glenn Wilson.
    • The Well-Tempered Clavier 1 (Nos. 1 -12).
    • Teldec.
  • Sergei Prokofiev

    Overture on Hebrew Themes

    Ensemble: Camerata Vistula.
    • The Camerata Vistula.
    • Olympia.
  • Ruggero Leoncavallo

    Pagliacci: Vesti la giubba

    Singer: Jussi Björling. Conductor: Renato Cellini. Orchestra: RCA Victor Orchestra.
    • The Swedish Caruso.
    • EMI.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Piano Sonata No. 5 in G major K.283

    Performer: Christian Blackshaw.
    • Piano Sonatas - Volume 2.
    • Wigmore Hall.
  • Costanzo Festa

    E' morta la speranza

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Conductor: Paul Van Nevel.
    • Costanzo Festa - Magnificat, Mass Parts etc..
    • Sony Classical.
  • Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka

    Divertissement on themes from Bellini’s “La Sonnambula"

    Performer: Vladimir Shakin. Performer: Rostislav Yakovlev. Ensemble: The Leningrad Philharmonic Quartet.
    • Glinka Quartet in F major, Valse-Fantaisie etc..
    • Olympia.
  • Judith Weir

    Ave Regina caelorum

    Conductor: Benjamin Nicholas. Choir: Choir of Merton College, Oxford.
    • The Marian Collection.
    • Delphian.
  • Camille Saint‐Saëns

    Procession in C major

    Performer: Gerard Brooks.
    • Saint - Saens - Organ Works 4.
    • Priory.
  • Fabrizio Dentice

    De Lamentatione Hieremiae feria 6 in Parasceve

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Conductor: Paul Van Nevel.
    • Italia Mia - Musical Imaginations of the Renaissance.
    • Sony Classical.
  • Jean‐Baptiste Lully

    Amidis: Chaconne

    Orchestra: English Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Raymond Leppard.
    • Lully: Pieces de Symphonie - Campra - L'Europe Galante.
    • Decca.
  • George Frideric Handel

    The King Shall Rejoice HWV 260

    Conductor: William Christie. Orchestra: Les Arts Florissants.
    • Music for Queen Caroline.
    • Les Arts Florissants Editions.
  • Ernest Chausson

    Poème de l'amour et de la mer: Le Temps de lilas

    Performer: Daria Hovora. Performer: Mischa Maisky.
    • Apres un Reve.
    • DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON.
  • Henry Purcell

    O God, Thou Hast Cast Us Out Z36

    Performer: Francis Grier. Choir: Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford. Conductor: Simon Preston.
    • Purcell: Chorwerke.
    • Archiv Produktion.
  • Heinrich Schütz

    Ich freu mich des, das mir geredt ist, SWV26

    Ensemble: Musica Fiata Köln. Conductor: Frieder Bernius. Choir: Stuttgart Chamber Choir.
    • Vivarte - Schutz - Psalmen Davids.
    • Sony Classical.
  • Giacomo Puccini

    Madama Butterfly: Amoro o grillo

    Orchestra: Chorus and Orchestra of the Romeo Opera Theatre. Singer: Mario Sereni. Conductor: Gabriele Santini. Singer: Jussi Björling.
    • The Swedish Caruso.
    • EMI Classics.
  • Franz Schubert

    Impromptu D899 No. 1

    Performer: Artur Schnabel.
    • Arthur Schabel - Scholar of the Piano.
    • EMI.
  • Pavel Haas

    3 Studies for String Orchestra

    Conductor: Israel Yinon. Orchestra: Bavarian Chamber Orchestra.
    • Kock Schwann.
  • Luigi Cherubini

    Symphony in D major

    Orchestra: NBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Conductor: Arturo Toscanini.
    • Cherubini Symphony Overtures: Volune 27.
    • RCA Red Seal.

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