|Genome: [r4 Bd=19701018]||A concert of recordings made available by courtesy of RIAS (Berlin) and of Hungarian and Bavarian Radios Part 1|
Beethoven Trio in D major, Op 9 No 2
ITALIAN STRING TRIO
Franco Gulli (violin)
Bruno Giuranna (viola) Giacinto Caramia (cello)
7.53* Brahms Piano Concerto No 2, in B fiat major ANDRE WATTS
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GYÃ–RGY LEHEL
ContributorsViolin: Franco Gulli
Viola: Bruno Giuranna
Cello: Giacinto Caramia
Unknown: Andre Watts
|01||Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert||20100119||Presenter - Penny Gore|
Danish cellist and New Generation Artist, Andreas Brantelid joins forces with his fellow countryman in a programme contrasting Beethoven in playful mood with the soulful first sonata by Brahms.
7 Variations from The Magic Flute ""Bei MÃ¤nnern, welche Liebe fÃ¼hlen"
12 Variations from The Magic Flute ''Ein MÃ¤dchen oder Weibche"
12 Variations from Judas Maccabaeus
Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor
Andreas Brantelid (Cello) & Peter Friis Johansson (Piano).
Andreas Brantelid (Cello) and Peter Friis Johansson (Piano).
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Presenter - Penny Gore
New Generation Artist, Jennifer Pike plays the fresh and youthful first violin sonata by Beethoven which was originally dedicated to Salieri, contrasted with Brahms' lyrical first sonata for the instrument.
Airs Ecossaises Op.105 nos.5 and 6
Violin Sonata No. 1
Jennifer Pike (Violin) and Daniel Tong (Piano).
Airs Ecossaises Op.105 nos.5 & 6
Jennifer Pike (Violin) & Daniel Tong (Piano).
|03||Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert||20100121||Presenter - Penny Gore|
A virtuoso concert for both clarinettist and pianist given by Michael Collins and Irish pianist Michael McHale.
Sonata in E flat Major for clarinet/viola and piano
'Spring' Sonata transcribed for clarinet
Grand Duo Concertante Op 48
Michael Collins (clarinet) and Michael McHale (pianist).
Sonata in E flat Major for clarinet/viola & piano
Michael Collins (clarinet) & Michael McHale (pianist).
|04 LAST||Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert||20100122|
Presenter - Penny Gore
New Generation artists, the seven-strong Aronowitz Ensemble perform Beethoven's only quintet nicknamed 'Storm' alongside Brahms' popular and passionate piano quartet inspired by Hungarian gypsy folk tunes.
String Quintet in C Op.29
Piano Quartet in G Minor Op 25