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Howard's Day Off - May 7 2016

---FIRST HALF HOUR---

:04—Chopin: Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op. post., No. 20, Daniel Pollack, piano [QK 64373].

:09--Chopin: Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op. post., No. 20, Jacques Loussier, piano [Telarc 83602].

:11—Chopin: Nocturne in D flat, Op. 27, No. 2, Daniel Barenboim, piano [DG 289 453 022].

:18—Chopin: Nocturne in D flat, Op. 27, No. 2, Jacques Loussier, piano [Telarc 83602].

:23—Chopin: Nocturne in F sharp minor, Op. 15, No. 2, Jeffrey Schwann, piano [Italian scholastic recording].

:27—Chopin: Nocturne in F sharp minor, Op. 15, No. 2, Jacques Loussier, piano [Telarc 83602].

---SECOND HALF HOUR---

:30—Brahms: Sym. No. 3, third move., Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic [DG 289 453 097].

:32—Brahms: Sym. No. 3, third move., Gary Haase and the New York Ensemble [GPR 58011].

:36—Brahms: Hungarian Dance, Brian Withycombe [private release].

:40—Beethoven: Seventh Symphony, second move., Jacques Loussier Trio [Telarc 83580].

:44—Beethoven: Fifth Symphony, first move., Michael Silverman and the Classical Jazz Quartet [4518].

:51—Beethoven: “Waldstein” Sonata, first move., Jim Walker and Free Flight [Hindsight Jazz 616].

:59—Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967): “Zoltan,” arrangement of music from “Hary Janos,” Larry Young, organ; Woody Shaw, trumpet; Joe Henderson, tenor; Elvin Jones, drums [Blue Note 97808].

---THIRD HALF HOUR---

:04—Chopin: Prelude in C minor, Op. 28, No. 20, [EMI 64117].

:06—Chopin: Prelude in C minor, Op. 28, No. 20, Gary Haase and the New York Ensemble [GPR 58011]. 

:10—Debussy: “Clair de Lune,” Jacques Loussier Trio [Telarc 85511].

:18—Faure: Pavane, Op. 50, Gary Haase and the New York Ensemble [GPR 58011].

:23--Faure: Pavane, Op. 50, Hubert Laws, flute, and ensemble under direction of Bob James [CBS 40693]. 

---FOURTH HALF HOUR---

:30--Debussy: “Arabesque,” Jacques Loussier Trio [Telarc 85511]. Nice adlib quote of the sighing motif so many German composers use when they set the word “Liebe.”

:37—Alberto Ginastera: Piano Sonata No. 1, finale, track 8, 4:22, Jim Walker, flute, and Free Flight, 1986 [MK 42143].

:42—Ellington: “Come Sunday,” Nigel Kennedy, violin, with Alec Dankworth, bass, 1986 [EMI 47621]. (CLASSICAL VIOLINIST PLAYS JAZZ PIECE)

:44—Faure: “Pavane,” Ramsey Lewis Trio [[Narada 47996].

:50—Bartok: “Stick Dance,” Ron Carter and musicians [Blue Note 54559].

:54—Schumann: “Of Foreign Lands,” Jacques Loussier Trio [Telarc 32270].

:57—Beethoven: Seventh Symphony, second move., Jacques Loussier Trio [Telarc 83580].

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