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Music Featured on the December 19, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT, 89.9 FM, Madison, Wisconsin
Saturday, 14 December 2013 | Rich Samuels
5:09 am: Winter Solstice Mystery by Aldonis Kalniņš, performed by the New York LAtvian Choir and the Latvian NAtional Opera Orchestra, 5:58 am: The Madison Area Concert Handbessl perform :The Angel Gabriel from Heaven Came”, a Basque carol arranged bt Michael Keller. 6:08 am: The Crossing performs “What Child is This?” arranged by Andrew Gand. 6:11 am: The Oakwood Chamber Players perform “Pastorales de Noel” by Andre Jolivet. 6:24 am: Chicago a Capella directed by Jonathan Miller performs “Il e ne le divin enfant. 6:27 am: Harpist Emily Mitchell performs Franz Gruber’s “Silent Night” 6:38 am: The Madison Children’s Choir and the Madison Symphony Orchestra perform “Star of Bethlehem”: by John Williams. 6:41 am: The Isthmus Brass performs “In the Bleak Midwinter” by Gustav Holst, arranged by R. Harvey. 6:47 am: The Kat Trio performs “It Came upon a Midnight Clear” 6:50 am: The Oakwood Chamber Players perform “An Old Wisconsin Christmas” arranged by Pierre LaPlante. 6:54 am: The MAdison Symphony Orchestra and Chorus perform “The Joy of Dance: Fum Fum Fum from the Seven Joys of Christmas” by Kirke Mecbem. 6:55 am: The Madison Concert Handbells perform O Come, O Come Emmanuel. 7:08 am: Composer John Harbison describes how he received a commssion from the Vatican to write the sacred motet “Abrham”. The performance of the motet is by musicians from Pittsburgh, London, Krakow and Ankara, conducted by Gilbert Levine. 7:23 am: Steve Kurr, conductor of the Middleton Community Orchestra talks about the group’s 12/23 concert featuring soprano Emily Birsan. 7:41 am: The Madison Symphony Orchestra and Chorus perform “Here We Come A-Carolling”. 7:42 am: The Madison Symphony Orchestra and Chorus perform “Joyeux Noel by Steven Amundson 7:46 am: The Kat Trio performs “O Come All Ye Faithful” 7:48 am: The Isthmus Brass performs :Silent Night” 7:52 am: The Madison Area Concert Handmells perform “Go Tell it on the Mountain” 7:57 am: The Madison Symphony Orchestra Choir performs “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” more »
The WORT Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning September 26, 2013 Compiled by Rich Samuels Host of “Anything Goes”.
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 | Rich Samuels
Thursday September 26 4:30 pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, 330 North Orchard Street, Madison. SoundWaves: The Eye and Ear of the Beholder What is Beauty? What does it look like, and sound like? Why? Two scientists, two artists, and three musicians will explore Beauty at the first of eight SoundWaves. This event, part of the Wisconsin Science Festival, will feature SOM visiting voice professor Elizabeth Hagedorn with pianist Martha Fischer, performing selections from Mahler’s Rückertlieder. SOM horn professor Daniel Grabois (who is the curator of SoundWaves) will speak about the beauty of dissonance. Other speakers will include Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize winner and professor of chemistry at Cornell, speaking about beauty in science. Thursday September 26, 8:30 pm at Morphy Hall, 455 North Park Street, Madison. The UW Black Music Ensemble Friday September 27, 7:30 pm at UW Humanities Building-Eastman Organ Recital Hall Association of Church Musicians Organ Recital Annual scholarship benefit concert with John Chappell Stowe, Robert Eversman, Ken Stancer, Elijah Cynric, Michael Mills, Max Yount, Adrian Binkley, Bruce Bengtson, Hazel Holden Members of the Madison Area Association of Church Musicians and their students will present a public organ recital at the Eastman Organ Recital Hall, Mosse Humanities Building, UW – Madison, 455 N. Park St. The program will showcase a wide variety of music performed on the 54-rank Austin pipe organ. Monies raised by freewill donation at the event will go to the Association’s Ruth Pilger Andrews Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund was initiated by and honors the memory of Ruth Pilger Andrews, a long time organ teacher and organist in Madison. Scholarship funds are used to award those interested in pursuing organ studies. Performers at the recital will include John Chappell Stowe, Robert Eversman, Ken Stancer, Elijah Cynric, Michael Mills, Max Yount, Adrian Binkley, Bruce Bengtson, and Hazel Holden. Friday September 27, 7:30 pm at Overture Center-Overture Hall, 201 State Street, Madison (repeated Saturday 8/28 at 8 pm and Sunday 9/29 at 2:30 pm). The Madison Symphony ORchestra begins its 2013/1014 concert season with works of Copland, Wagner, and Rimsky-Korsakov. Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring Suite will open the concerts with its uniquely American sound. DeMain then celebrates Richard Wagner’s 200th birthday with the passionate music of the Prelude and Liebestod from the opera, Tristan und Isolde. And the finale will be Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade with its exquisite violin solo for MSO Concertmaster Naha Greenholtz in the role of the great storyteller, Princess Scheherazade. John DeMain said, “I have chosen to open this season with an …. more »
Music Featured on the June 13, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes”, Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT, 89.9 FM, Madison, Wisconsin.
Monday, 10 June 2013 | Rich Samuels
5:10 am: “Serenade for Three” by Peter Schickele, performed by the Ekaterinburg Trio. 5:33 am: “Prelude of the Night” and “Feria” from Maurice Ravel’s “Rapdodie Espagnol”, performed by Stanislava Varshcki and Diana Shapiro. Recorded in concert at Farley’s House of Pianos of Madison, WI in July of 2012. 5:53 am: “Asturias” from the Suite Espanola of Isaac Albeniz, performed by pianist Daniel Del Pino. Recorded in concert at Farley’s House of Pianos of Madison, Wisconsin January 25, 2013. 6:10am: Symphony No. 85 in B Flat (The Queen) of Joseph Haydn performed by the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society. Recorded in concert July 1, 2012 at the Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green. 6:47 am: Three Pieces for Musical Clocks by Joseph Haydn. Performed by organist Bruce Bengston on the instrument of Madison Wisconsin’s Luther Memorial Church. Recorded May 15, 2013. 6:54 am: Pianist Christopher Taylor performs “Eroica”, one of Franz Liszt’s Transcendental Estudes. 7:10 am: Maestro Jim Latimer discusses the 45th season of the Capitol City Band which begins this evening. 7:21 am: Stephanie Jutt and Jeffrey Sykes discuss the the 2013 chamber music series of the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society. more »
Friday, 14 December 2012 | Rich Samuels
5:09: Selections from Olivier Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur performed by organist David Titterington: “Mother and Child”, “Shepherds” and “Eternal Purposes”. 5:27: Suite from the ballet :A Christmas Carol” composed by Carl Davis in 1992-1993, arranged by John Longstaff. John Pryce-Jones conducts the Northern Ballet Theatre Orchestra. 5:46: J.S. Bach’s “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring” performed by The Chicago Chamber Brass with the Glen Ellyn Children’s Choir, pianist Eteri Andjaparidze and SamuelHitchison (playing the Overture Concert Organ). 5:57: “Angels We Have Heard on High” performed by the Madison Symphony Chorus directed by Meverly Taylor. 6:08: More Selections from Olivier Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur performed by organist David Titterington: “The Word”, “The Children of God”, “The Angels”. 6:27: LeRoy Anderson’s suite of familiar Christmas music “A Christmas Festival” performed by the Battle Creek Brass Band/ 6:41: The “Yule Suite” of John Stevens performed by Madison’s Oakwood Chamber Players. 6:53: Two carols, one Hungarian (“Mennyből az angyal”), the other Italian (“Tu scendi dalle stelle”) performed by the Váci Street (Budapest) School Chorus and the Coro trentino SOSAT. 7:08: Final selections from Olivier Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur performed by organist David Titterington: “Jesus accepts suffering”, “The Magi”, “God among us”. 7:30: The Madison Symphony Chorus directed by Beverly Taylor sings “The First Noel”. 7:36: The Madison Symphony Orchestra (conducted by John DeMain) and the Madison Children’s Choir perform “Star of Bethlehem” by John Williams 7:39: “Fum fum fum”, a traditional Catalan carol performed by the Madison Symphony Orchestra and the Madison Symphony Orchestra Chorus. 7:40: The Madison Symphony Orchestra Chorus sings “Lo, How a Rose ‘e’er Blooming” by Michael Praetorius. 7:43: The Madison Symphony Orchestra and Chorus peform Bernard de la Monnoye’s “Patapan”. 7:44: “I Saw Three Ships” and “Bring a Torch” performed by The Madison Symphony Orchestra and soprano Celia Shafer. 7:49: A medley of three versions of “Silent Night” performed by the Kat Trio, the Madison Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the Isthmus Brass. more »