Music Featured on the February 21, 2013 edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT 89.9 fm, Madison, Wisconsin.
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 | Rich Samuels
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5:10 am: The Roman Carnival Overture by Hector Berlioz, performed by the Madison Symphony Orchestra conducted by John DeMain.
5:21 am: Robert Schumann’s “Carnaval” performed by Myra Hess (recorded in 1937)
6:10 am: Frédéric Chopin;s “Souvenir de Paganini” performed by pianist Daniel Barenboi,
6:18 am: Darius Milhaud’s “Carnaval d’Aix” performed by the Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg conducted by the composer
7:10 am: Trumpeter Allen Vizzutti performs his own composition “The Carnival of Venus”.Laura Vincen Vizzutti provides the piano accompaniment.
7:22 am: The final movement (“Movimento due” of Joseph Koykkar’s “Musica per Due” performed by Sole Nero (Jessica Johnson, piano; Anthony di Sanza, percussion).
7:30 am: The Wisconsin Brass Quintet performs “Suite Americana” No. 1 by Enrique Crespo.
7:57 am: Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra performs Harry Warren’s “So This is Venice”. Recorded in 1924.