Friday, 30 May 2014 | Rich Samuels
Take note: This is a special Summer Pledge Drive edition of “Anything Goes”. WORT news intern Bianca Martin and I will be asking to become WORT listener-sponsors if you’ve not financially supported WORT in the past and to continue your financial support if you’ve been a contributor in the past. This means a little less music and a little more talk. I hope you understand why this will be necessary this week and next. I’ll be featuring music of Madison musicians as well as soloists and ensembles who are coming to town or who have been here in the recent past.
5:10 am: The Chorale Arts Society of Madison performs a Credo by Antonio Vivaldi.
5:25 am: Barbra Streisand sings “Beau Soir” by Claude Debussy.
5:27 am: The King’s Singers perform “Yesterday” by Paul McCartney.
5:34 am: Barbra Streisand sings the Berceuse from Songs of the Auvergne by Joseph Canteloube.
5:37 am: The Baroque Chamber Orchestra conducted by Richard Edinger performs Penny Lane by Lennon-McCartney.
5:44 am: Barbra Streisand sings “Après un rêve” by Gabriel Fauré
5:47 am: The Baroque Chamber Orchestra conducted by Richard Edlinger performs “We All Live in a Yellow Submarine” by :Lennon-McCartney
5:52 am: Barbra Streisand sings “Verschwiegene Liebe” (Silent Love) by Hugo Wolf.
5:54 am: The King’s Singers perform “Eleanor Rigby” by Lennon-McCartney.
6:10 am: Pianist Howard Karp performs movement IV (finale) of Sonata in B minor Op. 58 by Frédéric Chopin
6:18 am: Pianist Howard Larp performs Les keux d’eaux Les jeux d’eaux à la Villa d’Este by Franz Liszt
6:39 am: Violinist Sarah Chang performs sections 1 and 2 of the Concert Fantasy on Carmen by George Bizet
6:47 am: Violinist Sarah Chang performs 3,4 and 5 of the Concert Fantasy on Carmen by George Bizet.
6:57 am: The King’s Singers perform “Help!” by Lennon-McCartney.
7:10 am: Claudia Novikova performs “Sing of the Laugh” from “The Geisha” by Sidney Jones and Charles Penrose sings “The Laughing Policeman” by George W. Johnson.
7:19 am: Organist Bruce Bengston of Madison’s Luther Memorial Church peforms “Outburst of Joy” from The Ascension by Olivier Messiaen.
7:27 am: Pianist Olga Kern performs Impromptu in B-flat D.955/3 by Franz Schubert.
7:38 am: The UW Madison Chamber Orchestra conducted by James Smith performs movement no. 2 of Sinfonietta (1947) by Francis Poulenc.
7:47 am: The Madison Summer Choie cpmducted by Ben Luedecke performs Lockung by Josef rheinberger.
7:54 am: The Madison Savoyards perform portions of the finale to Act I of Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan/
7:57 am: Whoopee John Wilfahrt performs “The Laughing Song”