Tue, 26 February 2013
Episode 69: Fiesta! Rachel Barton Pine’s CD Capricho Latino, part 1
Upcoming Events: February 29 – at the American String Teachers Association national conference in Providence, Rhode Island (presentation with Dr. Roland Vamos “Fixed Double-Stops: A Neglected Area of Double-Stop Work”, Carl Fischer book signing, speech and performance with Mark O’Connor at official dinner), March 1 – session “First Position Virtuosity!” at the American String Teachers national conference in Providence, Rhode Island, March 3 – master class and performance at benefit for the Kenosha Orchestra Boosters in Wisconsin, March 8 and 9 – Mozart Concerto No. 1 with the Orquesta Filarmonica de Bogota in Columbia.
Inquiries from my Inbox: Tom writes: “Thank you for recording Wohlfahrt. Will you be recording Kayser, Mazas, and Dont?” Amy asks: "Can you please tell me where you found your baroque bow - the one you used to record the lovely little YouTube segment of Partita 3?"
Random Musical Thought: Why doesn't anyone ever do the printed rhythm in measures 18 an 26 of the first movement of the Bruch Violin Concerto in G Minor?
Main Topic: Part one of an extended version of WFMT’s program “Fiesta!” with host Elbio Barilari. Includes an interview with Rachel Barton Pine about her new CD “Capricho Latino” on Cedille Records, an album of Spanish and Latin American works for unaccompanied violin. Features sample tracks: Asturias (Leyenda) by Albeniz arranged by RBP, Emigrante Celtas and Terra! A nosa! by Quiroga, Sonata No. 6 by Ysaye, and Epitalamio Tanguero by Gonzalez. For more information about Fiesta! please visit http://blogs.wfmt.com/fiesta/
Total playing time: 01:04:27
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