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Program Number 45

“There’s a Composer In All of Us”

ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH OF AUSTRIA:  Sonata in F minor for Violin & Piano, 3rd Mvt., Josef Suk, violin/Susan Kagan, piano, Koch 3 7082 2 H1

BEETHOVEN:  “Archduke” Trio (Trio in B-Flat, Opus 97), 2nd Mvt., Suk Trio, Koch 3 7082 2 H1

The Bureaucrat, the Actor & the Painter

WIM STATIUS MULLER:  Antillean Dances, Opus 4, “Escondida”, Wim Statius Muller, Rene Gailly CD 87 018

CHAPLIN:  “Beautiful, Wonderful Eyes”, Thomas Beckmann, cello/Kayoko Matsushita, piano, Musica Helvetica MH CD 64 2

LYONEL FEININGER:  Fuge III for Piano, Annie Gicquel, FSM FSM 53 210 EB

The Philosopher, the Poet & the Novelist

FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE:  “Im Mondschein auf der Puszta”, John Bell Young, Newport NPD 85513

EZRA POUND:  “La Testament de Villon,” “Faulse beaute”, Marius van Altena/ASKO Ensemble/de Leeuw, Philips 9500 970

BORIS PASTERNAK:  Prelude for Piano, Annie Gicquel, FSM FSM 53 210 EB

Tidbit Time

PARTON/OWENS (BMI):  “Girl Left Alone”, Dolly Parton (at age 13), Goldband LP 7770

The "Composer As Singer" Song Cycle

BARBER:  From “Dover Beach,” Opus 3, Samuel Barber, baritone/Curtis String Quartet, New World NW 229

IVES:  “They Are There”, Charles Ives, Columbia M4 32504

SCHICKELE:  From “Oh! Calcutta!,” “I Want It”, Peter Schickele/Original Cast Album, Aidart AID 9903

Our theme music is

MOZART:  Symphony No. 24 (K 182), 2nd Mvt., Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London/Leinsdorf, MCA Classics MCAD2 9812B


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