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Madeleine Dring

Weekend of November 22, 2014

Who?

On this weekend's Performance Today, Camerata Pacifica plays a witty trio by 20th century English composer Madeleine Dring. Never heard of her? Join us to explore great music by composers whose work deserves to be heard more often.

Today's Playlist



hour 1

  • Claude Debussy
    Dances for Harp and String Orchestra: 2. Danse Profane
    Vera Badings, harp; Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Bernard Haitink, conductor
    Debussy: Orchestral Music
    Philips 438 742
  • Eldar Djangirov
    Hope
    Eldar Djangirov, piano
    Windham Chamber Music Festival, Windham Civic Centre, Windham, NY
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prelude in C# Minor from Well-Tempered Klavier
    Eldar Djangirov, piano
    Windham Chamber Music Festival, Windham Civic & Performing Arts Center, Windham, NY
  • Jacques Ibert
    Deux Interludes suivi de Carillon: 1. Andante espressivo; 2. Allegro vivo
    Laura Oltman, guitar; Clare Hoffman, flute; Robert Bonfiglio, harmonica; Michael Newman, guitar
    Grand Canyon Music Festival, Shrine of the Ages, Grand Canyon, AZ
  • Claude Debussy
    La Mer: 1. From dawn to noon on the sea; 2. Play of the Waves; 3. Dialogue between wind and waves
    Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden, conductor
    Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, TX

hour 2

  • Silvius Leopold Weiss
    Concerto for Lute and Flute in F Major
    Gwyn Roberts, flute; Richard Stone, lute; Tempesta di Mare
    Weiss: Lute Concertos / Stone, Tempesta Di Mare
    Chandos 707
  • Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst
    Othello Fantasy
    Aleksey Semenenko, violin; Zakhar Bron Festival Orchestra; Zakhar Bron, conductor
    Auditorium, Kursaal Congress Centre, Interlaken, Switzerland
    Interlaken Classics
  • Madeleine Dring
    Trio for Flute, Oboe and Piano
    Adrian Spence, flute; Nicholas Daniel, oboe; Warren Jones, piano; Camerata Pacifica
    Hahn Hall, MAW, Santa Barbara, CA
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, BWV 1046
    Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts & Richard Stone, artistic directors
    Saint Mark's Church, Philadelphia, PA
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