Thursday, March 24, 2016

Radio special

On Easter weekend substitution duty: Two hours of dance music from central and eastern Europe, from folk roots to classical branches, featuring selections from Collection Uhrovska (1730), a Slovakian treasure trove of dances and airs from Slavic, Hungarian and Roma (gypsy) sources.

March 27
5-7 p.m. EDT
2100-2300 UTC/GMT
WDCE, University of Richmond
90.1 FM

traditional: “Präambulum”
(Collection Uhrovska)
Ensemble Caprice (Analekta)

Golijov: “Lullaby and Doina”
Tara Helen O’Connor, flute
Todd Palmer, clarinet
St. Lawrence
String Quartet
Mark Dresser,
(EMI Classics)

traditional: “Seremoj és Románca”
Apollo Chamber Ensemble (Navona)

Kodály: “Dances of Galanta”
Budapest Festival Orchestra/
Iván Fischer (Philips)

“Rumanian Folk Dances”
Budapest Festival Orchestra/Iván Fischer (Philips)

traditional: “Visel Som”
(Collection Uhrovska)
Ensemble Caprice (Analekta)

Ligeti: “Concert Românesc”
Berlin Philharmonic/Jonathan Nott (Teldec)

traditional: “Fa nye mama”/cadenza/“Hungaricus 53”
(Collection Uhrovska)
David Greenberg, violin
Ensemble Caprice

Sarasate: “Zigeunerweisen”
Julia Fischer, violin
Milana Chernyavska, piano (Decca)

“Wallachian Lament”
Apollo Chamber Ensemble (Navona)

Dvořák: Symphony No. 7 in D minor
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/Marin Alsop (Naxos)

Dvořák: Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 6
Czech Philharmonic/Charles Mackerras (Supraphon)