March 11-12, 2017: This week’s program features works by American composers Aaron Copland and George Gershwin, with performances by bay area orchestra Redwood Symphony in the suite from Copland’s “Rodeo" and Gershwin’s tone poem “An American in Paris”. Later in the program we will hear the beautiful “Sinfonia Concertante for Four Wind Instruments” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and and a beautiful concerto for horn and orchestra by Franz Danzi.
Intro: Lilburg-Diversions for Strings [2.15]
Aaron Copland-Rodeo (Redwood Symphony/Eric K) [25.06]
George Gershwin-An American in Paris (Redwood Symphony/Eric K) [19.40]
Strauss Jr-Schatz Waltz from ‘The Gypsy Baron’ [7.43]
Mozart-Sinfonia Concertante for Four Wind Instruments (Sofia Philharmonic/Ljubka Biagioni with Yasen Enchev - oboe, Michael Zhivkov - Clarinet, Nikolai Vyazigin - bassoon, Krasimir Kostadinov - horn) [28.33]
Danzi-Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in E major (Cologne Radio Orchestra/Johannes Goritzki with Andrew Joy, horn) [15.30]