Pianist Claude Frank

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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Pianist Claude Frank plays sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart as well as Schumann's Arabesque this week on Saint Paul Sunday.

Featured works:

Robert Schumann: Arabesque

Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: Sonata in C major No. 10, K. 330

      —I. "Allegro moderato"

      —II. "Andante cantabile"

      —III. "Allegretto"

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata No. 31, Opus 110

      —I. "Moderato cantabile molto espressivo"

      —II. "Allegro molto"

      —III. "Adagio ma non troppo"

      —IV. "Fuga, L’istesso tempo della Fuga"

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Comments [5]

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Nov. 30 2009 10:10 AM
Sally lMcLendon from New York City

Please, please put this show on at a later time--Not 6am Sunday morning! The new management clearly doesn't like it or want it to succeed. Yet it is a wonderful show--lively, always interesting, usually exciting, with often unfamiliar, but fine, live players. It is everything that WQXR should be and WNYC used to be at its best. It deserves prime time. Say Sundays at 2pm.

Nov. 28 2009 05:13 PM
Ian from California

I strongly support the above comments. St. Paul Sunday Morning is a great program. I always used to enjoy it when I lived in a place where it was played at 10 am (NY time) on Sunday.

Please move it to a reasonable listening hour!

Nov. 28 2009 02:52 PM
Elisa from nyc

PLEASE put this show on at a later hour. It is a very good show that could reach a larger audience if you change the hour.

Nov. 15 2009 03:15 PM

Please put this show on when people are awake!

Nov. 15 2009 09:17 AM

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