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Sonata no. 5 for two oboes, bassoon, and continuo in F major [sound recording]

Title
Sonata no. 5 for two oboes, bassoon, and continuo in F major [sound recording] / Zelenka. Elégie : for piano trio, op. 23 / Suk. Mladi : suite for wind sextet / Janáček. Trio for violin, cello, and piano in E minor, op. 90 : Dumky / Dvořák.
Author
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. prf
Publication
February 22, 1994.

Details

Additional Authors
Description
2 sound tape reels : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo.; 10 in.
Alternative Title
  • Dumky
  • Mládí
Subjects
Note
  • Performance preceded by a pre-concert lecture by Bruce Adolphe.
  • The 2nd work, originally written for violin and violoncello accompanied by a string quartet, harmonium, and harp, was reset for a piano trio. The 3rd work is a suite for flute (and piccolo), oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and horn.
  • Program notes by Dr. Joseph Braunstein, and biographical notes on the performers ([5] p.) on file.
Access (note)
  • Access restricted. Written permission from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center required for use.
Credits (note)
  • David Shifrin, artistic director.
Event (note)
  • Recorded February 22, 1994 at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York.
Original Version (note)
  • Re-recorded from original tape provided by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Call Number
*LT-10 9130 (F)
Author
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Performer
Title
Sonata no. 5 for two oboes, bassoon, and continuo in F major [sound recording] / Zelenka. Elégie : for piano trio, op. 23 / Suk. Mladi : suite for wind sextet / Janáček. Trio for violin, cello, and piano in E minor, op. 90 : Dumky / Dvořák.
Imprint
February 22, 1994.
Performer
Ransom Wilson, flute ; Stephen Taylor, Allan Vogel, oboe ; Charles Neidich, clarlinet ; Dennis Smylie, bass clarinet ; Julie Feves, bassoon ; Robert Routch, horn ; Josef Suk, violin ; Leslie Parnas, cello ; Lewis Paer, contrabass ; Charles Wadsworth, piano ; Robert Wolinsky, harpsichord.
Original Version
Re-recorded from original tape provided by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Credits
David Shifrin, artistic director.
Access
Access restricted. Written permission from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center required for use.
Event
Recorded February 22, 1994 at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York.
Added Author
Zelenka, Johann Dismas, 1679-1745. Sonatas, ZWV 181. No. 5.
Suk, Josef, 1874-1935, violin, cello, instrumental ensemble, op. 23; arranged.
Janáček, Leoš, 1854-1928. Mládí.
Dvořák, Antonín, 1841-1904. Trios, piano, violin, cello, op. 90, E minor.
Wilson, Ransom. Performer
Taylor, Stephen (Oboist) Performer
Vogel, Allan. Performer
Neidich, Charles. Performer
Smylie, Dennis. Performer
Feves, Julie. Performer
Routch, Robert. Performer
Suk, Josef, 1874-1935. Performer
Parnas, Leslie. Performer
Paer, Lewis. Performer
Wadsworth, Charles. Performer
Wolinsky, Robert. Performer
Shifrin, David. Director
Adolphe, Bruce. Commentator
Added Title
Mládí
Dumky
Research Call Number
*LT-10 9130 (F) Written permission required for use. Program notes and biographical notes on file.
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