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My Favorite Things
My Favorite Things 4 June 2012
Alan's guest ic composer Nathaniel Stookey, playing some of his favorite music.
Prokofiev – Symphony #5, last movement – Leif Bjaland and the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra
Handel – Theodora, Excerpt from Act 1 – Nicholas McGegan and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
Puccini – Aria from “Suor Angelica” - Lucia Popp
Bach – Goldberg Variations, Theme – Glenn Gould, piano
Stookey – Junkestra, excerpt
Schnittke - Concerto Grosso No. 1: Second movement, Lev Markiz & New Stockholm Chamber Orchestra
Haydn - String Quartet, movement from an Opus 33 quartet, Lindsay Quartet
Stookey - String Quartet No. 1 – Last movement, Ciompi Quartet