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7:56 am Clifton Webb (tenor) with Leo Reisman's Orchestra (recorded in 1933): 'Easter Parade' 4/17/2014
7:55 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
7:15 am The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir and soloists conducted by Ton Koopman: 'Easter Oratorio BWV 249 (first performed April 1, 1725)' 4/17/2014
7:14 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
7:08 am The Choir of St. Peter's Evangelical Church (Manhattan) conducted by organist Thomas Schmitt: 'Seven Stanzas at Easter (1995)' 4/17/2014
7:06 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
7:01 am BBC News: 'News' 4/17/2014
6:59 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
6:56 am The New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble, Charles Pelz, conduction: 'In Memoriam Messiaen (2006)' 4/17/2014
6:55 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
6:40 am The Stephane Caillat Vocal Ensemble: 'Four Motets for a Time of Penitence' 4/17/2014
6:39 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
6:32 am Insurgent Radio Kiosk: 'Kiosk' 4/17/2014
6:32 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
6:08 am The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Pierre Boulez: 'Et Exspecto Resurrectionem Mortuorum (for wind, brass & percussion) (1964)' 4/17/2014
6:06 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
6:01 am BBC News: 'News' 4/17/2014
5:59 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
5:51 am The Choir of Saint Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church (New York City) and a musical ensemble led by Gregg Smith: 'Songs from a Liberal Heart (2005)' 4/17/2014
5:50 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
5:23 am Sarah Chang (violin) and Lars Vogt (piano): 'Violin Sonata in A Major (1886)' 4/17/2014
5:22 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
5:09 am The NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (recorded November 4, 1939): 'Leonore Overture No. 3 (1806)' 4/17/2014
5:06 am Rich Samuels: 'Comment' 4/17/2014
5:00 am Insurgent Radio Kiosk: 'Kiosk' 4/17/2014

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Welcome to the Blog of Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 | Rich Samuels

On the left is a photo of me (snapped by April 14, 2009, by Chicago Sun-Times photographer Brian Jackson) seemingly yelling at Rod Blagojevich. The former Illinois governor had just exited Chicago’s Dirksen Federal Building where he had entered a “not guilty” plea to a wide variety of corruption charges, including the allegation that he had attempted to market, for personal gain, the seat in the U.S. Senate left vacant when Barack Obama was elected President.

I was part of the media scrum (a correspondent for the “Chicago Tonight” show which airs on WTTW, one of Chicago’s public television stations) that pursued Blago that day: and, to be quite frank, I only appear to be yelling at the disgraced former governor: in reality, I was trying to locate my camera operator who had disappeared into the crowd, nowhere to be seen.

A month short of three years after that picture was taken (it’s recently been recycled as the cover art for Natasha Korecki’s book “Only in Chicago”), Rod Blagojevich began serving a 14 year sentence at the Federal Correctional Center Englewood near Denver. I wasn’t around to witness the denouement of his prosecution: I retired from television journalism at the end of 2009 and, as Garrison Keillor once put it, “moved up to radio”.

Since November of 2010 I’ve been hosting WORT’s “Anything Goes” show, bringing my listeners classical music every Thursday morning between the hours of 5 and 8.

To the greatest extent possible, I try to feature the work of local artists and composers, especially those who are younger. When necessary, I have the capability of recording interviews and performances in the field.

I hope you’ll be able to join me each week. I also hope you can continue to provide WORT with the financial support that makes this kind of programming (which is obviously not for everyone) possible.

When I’m not on the air you can follow me via this blog, via Twitter, Facebook or my personal website.

 

The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning July 25, 2013 Compiled by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”.

07/24/13 8:43 AM | Rich Samuels

Thursday July 25, 7 pm at Rennebohm Park Park, 115 N. Eau Claire Ave., Madison. The Capitol City City Band presents its weekly summer concert. (Next week’s concert will be its 800th!). Monday, July 29, 7:30 pm at Taliesin-Hillside theater, Spring Green/ The Rural Musicians Forum featuring Dr. Adam Dachman,. The concert will feature his own works and a special performance of George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Wednesday July 31 7:30 pm at Capitol Square, King Street Corner, Madison. The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra presents its latest Concert on the Square, a John Denver & Dan Fogelberg tribute with guests Bob Stillman, Le Ann Etheridge, Casey Kelly, Pat McInerney, Troy Engle, As we wrap up our 30th season, you’ll be transported to the mountains of Colorado, as we present the music of two quintessential singer/songwriters of the 70′s, John Denver and Dan Fogelberg. Yes, it’s all “Part of the Plan” for you to appreciate the music as you feel the “Sunshine on Your Shoulders.” You’re really going to enjoy this one. CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS Annie’s Song Sunshine on My Shoulders Leader of the Band Part of the Plan

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Music Featured on the July 25, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT 89.9 FM, Madison, Wisconsin.

07/19/13 4:11 PM | Rich Samuels

  5:09 am: Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major Op. 55 (“Eroica”) performed in January, 1930 by the New York Philharmonic directed by Willem Mengelberg. 6:08 am: Pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy performs the Ptelude and Fugue No. 7 in A minor and the Prelude and Fugue in F-sharp minor my Dmitri Shostakovich. 6:20 am: Antonio Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto NO. 2 in A minor. Nadina Mackie Jackson is the soloist. 6:37 am: The Zofo Duet (pianists Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Nakagoshi) perform “Six Epigraphes Antiques” by Claude Debussy. 6:52 am: Harpist Maria Graf preforms “Impromptu for Harp” Op. 86 by Gabriel Fauré 7:08 am: Composer Stacy Garrop talks about her chamber composition “Frammenti”. A performance of the work by Fifth Hopuse Ensemble, recorded in concert, follows. 7:23 am: Mark Hetzler (trombone, Martha Fischer (piano), Todd Hammes and Anthony Di Sanza (percussion) perform “New England Scenes” by James Stephenson. 7:46 am: The Madison Savoyards perform “Hail Poetry” from Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance”. Recorded in performance in July, 2012. 7:49 am: The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jeffrey SIlberschlag performs “Spirit of America (Urbo Turbo)” by Vivian Adelberg Rudow.  

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The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning July 18, 2013, Compiled by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”.

07/15/13 4:22 PM | Rich Samuels

Thursday, July 18 7 pm at Rennebohm Park, Madison The Capitol City Band in concert. Friday July 19 7:30 pm at UW Music Hall, 925 Bascom Mall, Madison. Repeated Saturday, 7/20 at 7:30 pm, Sunday 7/21 at 3 pm, Thursday 7/25, Friday 7/26 and Saturday 7/27 at 7 pm, Sunday, 7/28 at 3 pm). The Madison Savoyards present their production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Iolanthe”. The Madison Savoyards first production in 1963 was Iolanthe so it is fitting that the second fifty years of Gilbert & Sullivan in Madison also begins with Iolanthe in 2013. All performances will be in Music Hall on the UW-Madison campus (on Park Street near State at the foot of Bascom Hill) There will be seven performances: Iolanthe was last performed by the Madison Savoyards in 2001 (program cover from that performance, right) and previously in 1988, 1979, 1971 and 1963. The Gilbert & Sullivan archive says about Iolanthe: Iolanthe, or “The Peer and the Peri”, opened at the Savoy Theatre on November 25, 1882, three nights after the final performance of Patience at the same theatre, and ran for 398 performances. Gilbert had taken pot shots at the aristocracy before, but in this “fairy opera,” the House of Lords is lampooned as a bastion of the ineffective, privileged and dim-witted. The political party system and other institutions also come in for a dose of satire. Yet, both author and composer managed to couch the criticism among such bouncy, amiable absurdities that it is all received as good fun. Both Gilbert and Sullivan were at the height of their creative powers in 1882, and many people feel that Iolanthe, their seventh work together, is the most perfect of their collaborations. Saturday July 20, 11 am at Overture Center-Overture Hall. Free Farmers’ Market Organ Concert with organist Wyatt Smith. Wyatt Smith has thrilled audiences at the Free Farmers’ Market Concerts for several seasons. Now he returns with a program that includes J. S. Bach’s Toccata in F, and an amazing selection of movements from from Kurt Knecht’s Missouri Sonat, and Louis Vierne’s best and most popular work, the Symphony in D. Everyone is welcome and no tickets are needed. Sunday July 21 4 pm at Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 Highway M, Middleton. Father Bob Koopman, OSB, presents a piano concert “Celebrating Benedict”. Pieces by Sergei Rachmaninoff, W.A. Mozart, César Franck, Johannes Brahms, Maurice Ravel, and by Father Koopmann himself will be performed. Donations will be accepted at the door or online at www.benedictinewomen.org to support the ….

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Music Featured on the July 18, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT 89.9 FM, Madison, Wisconsin.

07/14/13 9:05 PM | Rich Samuels

  5:09 am: Violinist Davis Hays and pianist Peter Collins perform three lullabies by Franz Neruda, Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Lyapunov. 5:20 am: Bassoonist Nadina MAckie Jackson and an ensemble led by Nicholas McGegan perform Concerto No. 25 in F major for Bassoon by Antonio Vivaldi. 5:28 am: The Pacifica Quartet performs String Quarter NO. 3 in F major Op. 92 by Dimitri Shostakovich. 6:08 am: Concerto for Organ, Strings and Tympani by Francis Poulenc. Performed by William Neil on the John Jay Hopkins Memorial Organ at the National Presbyterian Church, Washington D.C.. 6:38 am: Caroline Goulding (violin) and Christopher O’Riley (piano) perform La Gitana, Gypsy Caprice and Berceuse Romantique and Syncopation by Fritz Kreisler. 6:54 am: Organist Harold Stover performs “Stover’s Rag” 7:08 am: Henry Sapoznik talks about the “A Bissele KlezCamp” that the Mayrent Institute of UW Madison will hold this Sunday (7/21) and Sherry Mayrent talks about the collection of 78 rpm Yiddish recordings she’s given US Madison. 7:51 am: Overture and conclusion to the Gilbert and Sullivan opera “Iolanthe”. A 1930 recording featuring the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, orchestra directed by Malcolm Sargent..

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The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning July 11, 2013. Compiled by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”.

07/9/13 7:23 AM | buzz

Thursday July 11, 1 pm, UW Humanities Building, 455 N. Park St. Madison. The Madison Early Music Festival presents a participant’ concert. More information at madisonearlymusic.org. Thursday, July 11, 7 pm at Rennebohm Park, Madison.. The Capitol City Band presents its weekly summer concert. Thursday July 11, 7:30 pm, UW Humanities Building, 455 N. Park St., Madison. The Madison Early Music Festival presents the Calmus Ensemble of Leipzig. More information at madisonearlymusic.org Friday, July 12, 7:30 pm, UW Humanities Building, 455 N. Park, Madison. The Madison Early Music Festival concludes with an all-festival concert, Stuttgart 1616 Our closing celebration is performed by MEMF faculty and workshop participants presenting a splendid Mass composed for the princely christening of the fifth son of Johann Friedrich, Duke of Württemberg in Stuttgart in March of 1616. Composers include Gregor Aichinger, Ludwig Daser, Leonhard Lechner, and Michael Praetorious. Conducted by Kristina Boerger. Pre-concert lecture presented by Robert Wiemken, co-founder and director, Piffaro, The Renaissance Band. More information at madisonearlymusic.org Saturday July 13, 8 pm at Garner Park, 333 S. Rosa Road, Madison. Opera in the Park, the annual free concert by Madison Opera and the Madison Symphony Orchestra. Rain date: Sunday, July 14, 8 p.m.) Opera in the Park, Madison Opera’s gift to the community, is a night like no other. The stars appear in the sky over Garner Park, the light sticks glow in the audience, and singers from our upcoming season take the stage to share their favorite arias and ensembles from opera and Broadway. This free concert is the perfect way to spend a summer evening. Performed by the outstanding talents of the Madison Opera Chorus, the Madison Symphony Orchestra, and some of opera’s brightest stars, Opera in the Park is a FREE community event perfect for audiences of ALL ages! Madison Opera is proud to present the 12th annual Opera in the Park concert on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 8pm. Garner Park opens at 7am the day of the concert. Blankets, chairs, food and beverages are allowed. Cast: Soprano Caitlin Cisler Baritone Nmon Ford Tenor Brian Jagde Soprano Alexandra LoBianco Conductor John DeMain Program: The Star-Spangled Banner Chorus & Orchestra The Ride of the Valkyries Die Walküre (Wagner) Orchestra Dich, Teure Halle Tannhäuser (Wagner) Ms. LoBianco Ah la paterna mano Macbeth (Verdi) Mr. Jagde Fuoco di Gioia Otello (Verdi) Chorus Cortigiani, vil razza dannata Rigoletto (Verdi) Mr. Ford Chacun le Sait The Daughter of the Regiment (Donizetti) Ms. Cisler, Chorus Zydeco aria Dead Man Walking (Heggie) Mr. Ford He Will ….

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Music Featured on the July 11, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes”, Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT, 89.9 FM. Madison, Wisconsin.

07/8/13 6:11 PM | Rich Samuels

5:09 am: Prelude and Fugue No. 5 in D major and Prelude and Fugue no. 6 in B minor by Dmitri Shostakovich, Performed by pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy. 5:20 am: Concerto No. 14 in C minor RV 480 for bassoon by Antonio Vivaldi performed by Nadina Mackie Jackson. 5:29 am: Concerto No, 2 in B flat major by Thomas Haigh performed by pianist Barbara Harbach. 5:43 am: Duo pianists HJohn and Richard Contiguglia perform Franz Liszt’s Symphonic Poem No. 6 (“Mazeppa”) in a two-piano version. 6:08 am: David DeBoor Canfield’s transcription of Modest Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” for soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone. Kenneth Tse is the performer. 6:50 am: Three traditional Celtic melodies performed by violinist Caroline Goulding and pianist Janine Randall. 7:08 am: An interview with composer John Harbison on the genesis of his opera (after F. Scott Fitzgerald) “The Great Gatsby” which will be performed tonight in a concert version at Tanglewood. A performance of “Remembering Gatsby” by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Zinman follows. 7:17 am: Concerto for Double Brass Choir and Orchestra by John Harbison, performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by Andre Previn. 7:38 am: Duke Ellington’s suite “The River”. JoAnn Falletta conductes the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.

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The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning July 4, 2013 COmpiled by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”

07/3/13 12:20 PM | Rich Samuels

Thursday, July 4, 7 pm at Rennebohm Park, 115 N. Eau Claire Ave. , Madison , WI Capitol City Band “Tribute to the Troops-then and now” Jim Latimer, music director/conductor since 1981 Dave Pedracine, associate conductor Colorguard: VFW Post 7591, Madison Service Flags: VFW Post 7591 Ladies Aux. in cooperation with VFW Post 1318 Friday, July 5, 7:30 pm at Wartmann Prairie, 7356 West Caledonia Road, Edgerton Piffaro the Renaissance Band. “Pfeiffern! Music for Renaissance Towns, Courts & Cathedrals,” early music concert, In partnership with the Madison Early Music Festival, Mr. William Wartmann presents a benefit concert for the Arts Council of Edgerton. Piffaro is the nation’s finest Renaissance wind band. World-renowned for its highly polished performances as the pied-pipers of Early Music, Piffaro will perform “Pfeiffern! Music for Renaissance Towns, Courts, and Cathedrals.” Friday, July 5, 2013 at 7:30 pm at Wartmann Prairie More information: artscounciledgerton.org Saturday July 6 through Friday July 12 at Mills Concert Hall, 455 North Park, Madison and other locations (see below). The Madison Early Music Festival. “A Festive Celebration of the German Renaissance” Piffaro the Renaissance Band, 7:30 pm, 7/6 Parthenia: A Consort of Viols, 7:30 pm, 7/7; Handel Aria Competition, 7 pm, 7/8 (free); Dark Horse Consort, 7:30 pm, 7/9; Masked Ball, 7-9 pm, 7/10 (Memorial Union-Great Hall; Participants’ concert, 1 pm, 7/11; Calmus Ensemble Leipzig, 7:30 pm, 7/11; All-festival concert, 7:30 pm, 7/12. Pre-concert lectures at 6:30 pm (Elvehjem Bldg.-Room L160; no lecture 7/8) Madison Early Music Festival–A Festive Celebration of the German Renaissance July 6-12,2013 Ceremony and Pageantry…A Musical Banquet featuring “Stuttgart 1616″ A Splendid Mass Composed for a Princely Christening and a week-long performance series with Calmus Ensemble Leipzig, Dark Horse Consort, Parthenia- A Consort of Viols and Piffaro, The Renaissance Band Classical music lovers will be invited to attend a “royal christening”– Stuttgart 1616–a splendid mass composed for the baptism of the son of Johann Friedrich, Duke of Wurttemberg and Barbara Sophia, Margravine of Brandenburg, as part of this year’s annual Madison Early Music Festival (MEMF), A Festive Celebration of the German Renaissance, July 6-12, 2013. The historic christening event, an eight day international festival of music and dance that was opulently staged in Stuttgart (Germany) in March of 1616 inspired this year’s MEMF theme: “The Stuttgart festival included concerts, ballets, and pageants, and a splendid mass which will be performed at our All-Festival concert,” observed Chelcy Bowles, executive director of MEMF. “Not only was the celebration an incredibly rich source of music, but the festival served as a ….

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Music Featured on the July 4, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin.

06/28/13 8:53 AM | Rich Samuels

  5:09 am: George Gershwin’s “Lullaby”, “Summertime” and “Our Love is Here to Stay” performed by the Venice Quartet, the Cincinnati Pops, Cathy Berberian and Jan DeGaetani. 5:23 am: George Gershwin’s “Embraceable You” performed by pianists John and Richard Contiguglia (playing an arrangement by Percy Grainger) and organist Harold Stover. 5:34 am: Pianists John and Richard Contiguglia perform Percy Grainger’s “Fantasy on Porgy and Bess”. 5:58 am: The Venice Quartet and The Cincinnati Pops perform George Gershwin’s Rialto Ripples. 6:08 am: Versions of George Gershwin’s “Swanee” performed by William Bolcom and Al Jolson. 6:11 am: Versions of George Gershwin’s “I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:15 am: George Gershwin’s “Do it Again” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:20 am: George Gershwin’s “Fascinatin’ Rhythm” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:23 am: George Gershwin’s “Lady Be Good” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:27 am: George Gershwin’s “Somebody Loves Me” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:31 am: George Gershwin’s “Sweet and Lowdown” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra 6:42 am: George Gershwin’s “That Certain Feeling” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. 6:45 am: George Gershwin’s “Clap Yo’ Hands” performed by William Bolcom and “Whispering” Jack Smith. 6:49 am: George Gershwin’s “The Man I Love” performed by William Bolcom and Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra (Vaughn DeLeath, vocalist). 6:55 am: George Gershwin’s “Do Do Do” performed by William Bolcom and Gertrude Lawrence. 7:08 am: Madison composer Jerry Hui introduces a recorded performance of the final act of his comic opera “Wired for Love” 7:51 am: George Gershwin’s “Oh Land of Mine America: performed by the Cincinnati Pops and the Central State University Chorus. 7:57 am: George Gershwin’s “Strike Up the Band” performed by the Arden-Ohman Orchestra.        

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The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning June 27, 2013 Prepared by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”

06/26/13 5:22 PM | Rich Samuels

Thursday June 27, 7 pm at Tennebohm Park, 115 N. Eau Claire Ave, Madison. The Capitol City Band. Concerts last one hour; bring a lawn chair and a friend for listening comfort Concerts continue each Thursday through August. Friday, June 28, 7:30 pm at the Stoughton Opera House, 381 Main Street, Stoughton. The Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society Presents “Poker Face” (repeated Sunday, June 30. 2:30pm at the Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green). More information at bachdancinganddynamite.com Poker Face program: Copland Flute Sonata (Transcribed from Violin Sonata) Mozart Piano Concerto #22, E-Flat Major (Transcribed by Hummel for Piano, FLute, Violin and Cello) Brahms Sextet in G Major (Transcribed by Kirchner for Piano Trio) A Poker Face gives no hint of whether you’re telling the truth or bluffing. Our musical take involves works written for one instrumental medium that are so artfully transcribed for another, you can’t tell they’ve been transcribed at all. We begin with Aaron Copland’s great Flute Sonata, transcribed from his violin sonata. Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 22 is presented in a masterful version for piano, flute, violin, and cello created by Mozart’s pupil Hummel. We conclude with one of Brahms’s masterpieces, the String Sextet in G Major, arranged by Theodor Kirchner for piano trio. Saturday, June 29, 7:30pm at the Overture Center-Playhouse, 201 State St., Madison (repeated Sunday June 30, 7:30pm at the Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green. The Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society Presents {Play the Hand You’ve Been Dealt”. More info at: bachdancinganddynamite.org Program: Dick Kattenburg Quartet for Flute, Violin, Cello, and Piano Korngold Suite for Piano Left Hand, 2 Violins and Cello Beethoven Archduke Trio: Sponsored by Norma & Elliott Sober When you Play the Hand You’ve Been Dealt, you make the most of whatever situation you’ve been handed. Our musical version features composers who were handed lemons and made lemonade. Dick Kattenburg was Dutch Jew who died in the Holocaust. Despite the terrible hand he was dealt, he composed fantastic music, including the Quartet for flute, violin, cello, and piano. Erich Wolfgang Korngold was commissioned to write a work for pianist Paul Wittgenstein, who had lost his right arm in World War I. The Suite for two violins, cello, and piano left-hand is a thrilling work in which Korngold literally plays the hand he was dealt. Our season concludes with Beethoven’s “Archduke” piano trio, one of his greatest creations. The premiere performance of this trio was Beethoven’s last appearance as a pianist in public, for deafness soon overtook him. Musicians will include artistic ….

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Music Featured on the June 27, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT, 89.9 FM, Madison, Wisconsin

06/24/13 5:51 PM | Rich Samuels

  5:08 am: Concerto No. 27 in E flat major by Antonio Vivaldi. Nadina Mackie Jackson is the soloist. 5:18 am: The Pacifica Quartet performs String Quartet No. 2 in A major by Dmitri Shostakovich 5:52 am: Pianist Jorge Federico Osorio plays Vals Capcho on a theme of Juventino Rosas by José Rolón 6:08 am: The São Paulo Symphony Orchestra conducted by Isaac Karabtchevsky performs the Symphony No. 4 (“Victory:) by Heitor Villa-Lobos. 6:46 am: Violinist Axel Strauss of the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society plays the Chaconne from Bach’s Partita in D Minor for Solo Violin. 7:08 am: An interview with composer Jerry Hui who introduces acts I and II of his opera “Wired for Love”. The final act will be broadcast at this hour on July 4. 7:52 am: Pianist Christopher Taylor performs the etude “Hymne a l’amour” by William Bolcom.    

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