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CLASSICAL DISCOVERIES PLAYLIST

On WPRB 103.3FM - Princeton, NJ

Wednesday, January 07, 2009 - 5:40 to 8:30

Cohn, James - Miniatures - Mirian Conti, Piano - XLNT Music - CD 18012 - (5:43 )
Jacchini, Giuseppe - Sonata in A minor, Op. 8, No. 1 - The Musicke Companye - Intim Musik - IMCD 079 - (6:04)
Campra, Andre - Cantate Domino - Veronique Gens, Soprano, Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, Countertenor, Herve Lamy, Tenor, Peter Harvey, Tenor, Le Concert Spirituel, Herve Niquet, Conductor - Accord - 465 934-2 - (6:09)
Worthington, Rain - Always Almost - Max Lifchitz, Piano - North/South Recordings - N/S r 1049 - (N*04) - (6:24)
Gussago, Cesario - Sonata a 4 "La Rizza" - Concerto Palatino - Accent- ACC 8861 - (6:32)
Morais, Cesar - Concerto for Cello and Orchestra - Martin Ostertag, Cello, Orchestra Classica do Porto, Werner Stiefel, Conductor - Numerica - NUM 1057 - (6:37)
Gates, Matt - The Phoenix Rising - Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Vit Micka, conductor - MMC Recordings - MMC 2175 - (M*01) - (6:59)
Robinovitch, Sid - Song of Songs - Stacy Natrass, Soprano, Connie Gitlin, Clarinet, Ryszard Tyborowski, Guitar, Jay Stoller, Percussion - Marquis - 774718138927 - (7:04)
Skempton, Howard- "How Sits this City" from "Lamentations" - Bartholomew Lawrence, Baritone, James Akers, Theorbo Soloist - Delphian - DCD34056 - (7:19)
Kats-Chernin, Elena - Mythic - Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Ola Rudner, Conductor - ABC Classics - 476 7639 - (P*04) - (7:23)
Tavener, John - A Mini Song Cycle for Gina - Patricia Rozario, Soprano, John Tavener, Piano - RCA Red Seal - 88697217612 - (7:34)
Festa, Costanzo - Lamentation 1 from 9 Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet - Ensemble Scandicus - Pierre Verany - PV707101 - (7:41)
Lukaszewski, Pawel - Gaudium et Spes for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra (1997) - Anna Mikolajczyk, Soprano, Choir and Orchestra of the Podlasie Philharmonic, Piotr Borkowski, Conductor - Musica Sacra - 013 - (7:49)
from 12th Century Manuscript "Codex Calixtinus" - Responsorium in Organo "Dum Esset Salvator in monte et" - Ensemble Organum, Marcel Peres, Conductor - Ambroise - AMB 9966 - (8:02)
Strindberg, Henrik - Timeline - Chamber Ensemble Sonanza - Phono Suecia - PSCD 180 - (8:15)
Camilleri, Charles - Pacem in Maribus - Joyful Company of Singers, Peter Broadbent, Conductor - Unicorn-Kanchana - DKP(CD)9157 - (8:26)

The last position indicates the broadcast starting time


Links where to buy CD used in current show : images/greyspacer.jpg
(A*01)...Arkiv Music
(M*01)...MMC Recording Company
(N*04)...North/South Recordings
(P*04)...Premiere Music


 
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Links to interesting websites: - to find more links go to: Classical Discoveries - Interesting Musical Links - Early Music - 20 and 21-Century Composers -Performers - page
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  THE LIVING COMPOSERS PROJECT
  Center for the Promotion Contemporary Composers
  American Music Center
  International Alliance for Women in Music
  Goldberg - Great Magazine devoted to Early music

 Links to Internet CD Stores: - to find more links go to: Classical Discoveries - Recording Companies and CD Stores on Line - page
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  Amazon
  CD Baby - online record store that sells CDs by independent musicians.
  CDNOW
   Princeton Record Exchange - Buy and sell New and Used Classical CDs, DVDs and Classical Records


   Links to Internet Classical Music Magazines: - to find more links go to: Classical Discoveries - Interesting Musical Links - page
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  Music & Vision - classical music daily from around the world
  Music Web International
  New Music Box - Monthly Web Music Magazine
  Sequenza/21 - The Contemporary Classical Music Portal
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