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Morning Classical Music with Suzanne Nance
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 ROMANCE!

9:05AM   Anonymous: Romance. John Williams, guitar

Music by Gershwin, and by the man some called the African Mahler, Samuel Coleridge Taylor, Olde English Madrigal Come Away Sweet Love, Brahms, clara Schumann and cecile chaminade.

9:10AM   George Gershwin: I Loves You, Porgy from Porgy and Bess. Keith Jarrett, piano

9:19AM   Samuel Coleridge-Taylor : Romance in G Major for Violin and Orchestra. Rachel Barton Pine, violin; Daniel Hege, conductor.

9:34AM   Cecile Chaminade: Etude Romantique, Op. 132. Christine Harnisch, piano

9:43AM   Antonio Vivaldi: Trio Sonata in C Major. Nils Erik Sparf; Jakob Lindberg, Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble.

9:54AM   Francois Couperin. Nightingale in love (Le Rossignol en Amour). Glorian Duo.

10:04AM   Thomas Greaves Olde English Madrigal: Come Away, Sweet Love. John Rutter & The Cambridge Singers.

10:07AM   Fritz Kreisler: Berceuse Romantique (Caprice). Joshua Bell, violin; Paul Coker, piano.

10:14AM   Louis Moreau Gottschalk: Symphonie Romantique No. 2 "A Montevideu" Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra & Richard Rosenberg.

10:25AM   Clara Schumann: Trois Romances, Op. 11. Yoshiko Iwai, piano.

10:43AM   Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin Romance No. 1 in G Major, Op. 40. Eugene Goosens, conductor; David Oistrakh, violin; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

11:02AM   Dmitri Shostakovich Romance from the Gadfly. Piers Lane and Tasmin Little.

11:06AM   Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 9 Berlin Philharmonic; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor

11:47AM   Claude Debussy: Valse Romantique. Claudio Arrau, piano


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