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September 19, 2014

Korngold's Violin Concerto

When you hear dramatic strings in a movie soundtrack, you can thank Erich Korngold. In the 1930s, he helped create the template for the Hollywood movie score. On Friday's Performance Today you may recognize the same epic sound in Korngold's Violin Concerto, which we'll hear from a concert in Los Angeles.

Today's Playlist



hour 1

  • Giuseppe Tartini
    Concerto for Violin, Strings and Continuo: 3. Presto
    Giuliano Carmignola, violin; Venice Baroque Orchestra; Andrea Marcon, conductor
    Archiv 3949
  • Nino Rota
    Concerto for Strings
    Kremerata Baltica
    Tivoli Garden Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark, Netherlands
  • Georg Philipp Telemann
    Concerto in E minor for Recorder, Flute, and Strings, TWV 52
    Venice Baroque Orchestra: Giulia Genini, alto recorder; Michele Favaro, flute; Andrea Marcon, conductor and harpsichord
    Spivey Hall, Morrow, GA
  • Bryce Dessner
    St. Carolyn by the Sea
    Bryce Dessner; electric guitar; Aaron Dessner, electric guitar; Copenhagen Philharmonic; Andre de Ridder, conductor
    Royal Danish Academy of Music Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Bryce Dessner: St. Carolyn by the Sea
    DG 0289 479 2700 6

hour 2

  • Johann Neruda
    Vivace from Concerto in E flat Major
    Sergei Nakariakov, trumpet; Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Hugo Wolff, conductor
    Teldec
    10788
  • Leos Janacek
    On the Overgrown Path, Book I, JW VIII/17: 7. Good Night!
    Calefax Reed Quintet; Geert Bierling, harmonium
    De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Anna Clyne
    Within Her Arms
    Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Scott Yoo, conductor
    Ted Mann Concert Hall, Minneapolis, MN
  • Erich Korngold
    Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35
    Renaud Capucon, violin; Los Angeles Philharmonic; Daniel Harding, conductor
    Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA
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