The WSCL Blog

News and information about WSCL's Classical Music Programming

Friday, October 11, 2013

Just Opened, Oct. 11, 2013 - Fall Drive!

Hi folks - Our Fall Fundraiser is going on now.  If you enjoy Just Opened, please consider supporting Delmarva Public Radio.  (Just look for the red button on our home page that says "support this station.")

We have our usual variety of releases today:

RACHEL BARTON PINE
Mendelssohn & Schumann Concertos,
and Beethoven romances
Chrisoph-Mathias Mueller, cond.
Gottinger Symphonie Orch.
CEDILLE 144
ISBN# 7 35131 91442 0
Internationally renowned Rachel BP is known for taking risks in her repertoire... not so much the selections, but the creative ways that she throws things together.  This offering is safely traditional, major works, with the always pleasing combination of violin and orchestra.

GENERATIONS
Peter M. Bianca, clarinet
Adriana Teodoro-Dier, piano
EMERITUS 20134
ISBN# 8 02114 30272 4
New works for clarinet, infectiously fun, one or two challenging & modern, and traditional melodic favorites.  A great mix.
MAURO GIULIANI, Vol. 2
David Starobin, guitar
Amalia Hall, violin
Inon Barnata, piano
BRIDGE 9418
ISBN# 0 90404 94182 5
Starobin continues bringing us the luscious melodys of Giuliani, with new friends.  It is hard to fully state the facility and musicality of Starobin, who has such a large and varied body of work that one has to take a moment to fully appreciate his range and facility.


ANTON RIECHA
Woodwind Quintets, Vol. 11
Westwood Wind Quintet
CRYSTAL RECORDS 271
ISBN# 0 09414 72712 1
This extensive set of recordings of Riecha's works for winds has been receiving rave reviews in industry magazines.


Join us next week for more new releases, Just Opened.
Kara Dahl Russell


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