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This is a reprisal of an episode which aired on April 27, 2013

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Saturday, October 26, 2013

If you have fond memories of a place, if only through music, it's nice to go back there sometimes. On this edition of All Ears, host Terrance McKnight shares compositions that might remind you of home.

 

 

 

 

Playlist:

 

Two Pieces for Violin and Piano

Aaron Copland

Nicholas Kitchen, violin

Michael Boriskin, piano

Arabesque

 

Concertino

Camargo Guarneri

Czech National Symphony Orchestra

Paul Freeman

Caio Pagano

Summit

 

Etude 1

Nico Muhly

Nadia Sirota

New Amsterdam

 

Trio No. 2 in B minor, Op. 76

Joaquin Turina

Trio Solisti

 

Kimono Dance

Robert Een

Robert Een, cello, Chinese gong

Jeff Burman, lap dulcimer, vibraphone, marimba

Bill Ruyle, hammer dulcimer

Innova

 

Sarabande: For Katherine in April

Eastman-Rochester Orchestra

Howard Hanson, conductor

Mercury

 

Fair Mother of Flowers

Allessandro Scarlatti

Jean-Marc Aymes, director

Concerto Soave

Harmonia Mundi

 

Sad Melody at Yanshi City

Jin Xiang

Chinese Instrument Orchestra

Jin Xiang, conductor

 

 

Amen

Henryk Gorecki

John Nelson, conductor

Chicago Symphony Chorus

Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus

Nonesuch

 

Intermezzo in E minor, Op.119/2

Johannes Brahms

Andrew Rangell, piano

Dorian

 

Nocturne No. 3 in A-flat major, Op.33/3

Gabriel Faure

Kathryn Stott, piano

Hyperion

 

The Night Gatherers

Judd Greenstein

Nadia Sirota

New Amsterdam

 

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