Schedule & Playlists

Playlist for Monday, September 25, 2023

12:00 - 6:00 am

12:00 am

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel: "Four Characteristic Waltzes," Op. 22

Marco Polo 8.223516

12:05 am

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel: "Hiawatha"

Marco Polo 8.223516

12:16 am

Orem, Preston Ware: "American Indian Rhapsody"

Dario Müller,p,

Marco Polo 8.223715

12:25 am

Griffes, Charles Tomlinson: Two Sketches (based on Indian Themes)

Cypress 73662

12:35 am

Loomis, Harvey Worthington: Lyrics of the Red Man

Dario Müller,p,

Marco Polo 8.223715

12:37 am

Meude-Monpas, Chevalier JJO: Violin Concerto #4 in D (1786)

Encore Chamber Orch / Daniel Hege, conductor

Rachel Barton Pine, violin,v,

Cedille CDR-90000035

12:54 am

Dvorák, Antonín: "Ciganske Melodie (Gypsy Melodies)," Op 55 Op 55

Rachel Barton Pine, violin,v,

Cedille CDR-90000097

1:00 am

Vivaldi, Antonio: String Concerto in d, R 128

Cedille CDR-90000025

1:05 am

Albinoni, Tomaso: Oboe Concerto in D, Op 7/6

Saar Chamber Orchestra / Karl Ristenpart, conductor

Maurice André, trumpet,tr,

Erato ECD-40015

1:13 am

Albinoni, Tomaso: Adagio in g

Eroica Trio

EMI/Ang CDC5-56873-2

1:20 am

Chopin, Frédéric: Mazurkas, Op. 30

Arthur Rubinstein, piano,p,

RCA 5614-2-RC (2)

1:21 am

Rachmaninoff, Sergei: Piano Concerto No. 2 in c minor, Op. 18

Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Fritz Reiner, conductor

Arthur Rubinstein, piano,p,

RCA RCD1-4934

1:54 am

Chopin, Frédéric: Mazurkas, Op. 56

Arthur Rubinstein, piano,p,

RCA 5614-2-RC (2)

2:00 am

Mendelssohn, Felix: Oratorio, "St Paul," Op 36

Lisbon Gulbenkian Foundation Orch / Michel Corboz, conductor

Erato ECD-75350 (2)

2:05 am

Mendelssohn, Felix: Andante, Scherzo, Capriccio, Fugue, Op 81 Op 81

Pacifica Quartet

Cedille CDR-90000082 (3)

2:26 am

Mendelssohn, Felix: "Kinderstücke," Op 72


Hänssler Classic PH-18043 (12)

2:28 am

Halffter, Rodolfo: "Obertura Festiva (Festive Overture)"


2:34 am

Ponce, Manuel: Piano Concerto (1912)


2:55 am

Ponce, Manuel: "Danse des anciens mexicains"


3:00 am

Berlioz, Hector: "Les Nuits d'Été," Op. 7 Op 7

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra / Robert Shaw, conductor

Elly Ameling, soprano,s,

Telarc CD-80407

3:05 am

Honegger, Arthur: "Pastorale d'été" (1920)

Royal Concertgebouw Orch / Jan Koetsier

Radio Nederland RN-97017 (13)

3:13 am

Koetsier, Jan: Partita Op 41/1 for English Horn & Organ Op 41/1

Pamela Pecha,eh,

Crystal CD-721

3:14 am

Brahms, Johannes: Symphony no.2 in D, Op.73

New York Philharmonic / Leonard Bernstein, conductor

Sony SMK-61829

3:54 am

Brahms, Johannes: Waltzes, Op 39

Silke-Thora Matthies, piano,

Naxos 8.553139

4:00 am

Diepenbrock, Alphons: Song, "L'invitation au voyage"

Christa Pfeifer,s,

NM Classics 92051

4:05 am

Poulenc, Francis: "L'invitation au château" (1947)

James Campbell, clarinet,cl,

Cala CACD-1018 (2)

4:22 am

Weber, Carl Maria von: "Invitation to the Dance," Op. 65

Philharmonia Orchestra / Herbert von Karajan, conductor

EMI/Ang CDM7-69465-2

4:31 am

Weber, Carl Maria von: "Favorite Waltzes for Empress Marie Louise"

Koch 3-6731-2

4:32 am

Prokofiev, Serge: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D, Op. 19

Seattle Symphony Orchestra / Gerard Schwarz, conductor

Jennifer Frautschi, violin,v,

Artek AR-0020-2

4:55 am

music continues...

6:00 - 10:00 am

6:00 am

Mornings with Dennis Moore

Including news & weather on the hour between 6:00 am and 9:00 am; and "Carl’s Almanac" at 7:30 am.

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

10:00 am

Midday with Lisa Flynn

Including "New Releases" this hour, "Daily Excursion" at 11:00 am, "Music in Chicago" at 12:00 pm, and the "Afternoon Masterwork" at 2:00 pm.

3:00 - 7:00 pm

3:00 pm

Late Afternoon Music with Candice Agree

Including "The Unrush Hour" at 5:00 pm.

7:00 pm

7:00 pm

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin

Beethoven Symphonies: New Recordings Side by Side with Classic Performances, Part 2.Bill will put newly recorded performances by Yannick Nézet Séguin in context, side-by-side with famous recordings all the way back to Wilhelm Furtwängler.

8:00 - 10:00 pm

8:00 pm

Ravinia Festival 2023

Lara Downes with Nicole Cabell.

Furthering a focus on the music of Florence Price, Lara Downes turns to the composer’s pupil, Margaret Bonds, on this program with Nicole Cabell.Long-unpublished works receive premiere performances alongside “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed” and other songs, and Downes also brings miniatures on the themes of love, life, and laughter.Recorded on August 27 in Bennett Gordon Hall.

10:00 pm - 12:00 am