Classical 91.7 Playlist

Playlist for Saturday, October 3, 2015

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

    Program Playlist
    • 12:01 am
      Two Etudes
      Composer: Andres Segovia, Performer: Eduardo Fernandez, guitar

    • 12:06 am
      Romeo and Juliet: Love Scene
      Composer: Hector Berlioz, Conductor: David Zinman

    • 12:24 am
      Piano Concerto
      Composer: Robert Schumann, Performer: Martha Argerich, piano, Conductor: Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky

    • 12:54 am
      Panis angelicus
      Composer: Cesar Franck, Performer: Barbara Hendricks, soprano, Conductor: Eric Ericson

    • 1:01 am
      Composer: John Dowland

    • 1:06 am
      The Wise Virgins Ballet Suite
      Composer: William Walton, Conductor: Bryden Thomson

    • 1:27 am
      Variations on Mozart's "Bei Mannern"
      Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven, Performer: Jonathan Miller, cello

    • 1:39 am
      La Peri (The Fairy)
      Composer: Paul Dukas, Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier

    • 2:01 am
      Composer: John Blow, Conductor: Reinhard Goebel

    • 2:06 am
      Symphony No. 18
      Composer: Carlos Baguer, Conductor: Matthias Bamert

    • 2:24 am
      Violin Concerto
      Composer: Jean Sibelius, Performer: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin, Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas

    • 3:01 am
      Prelude on an Old Folk Tune
      Composer: Amy Beach, Performer: Joanne Polk, piano

    • 3:06 am
      Piano Quintet
      Composer: Antonin Dvorak, Performer: Antonin Kubalek, piano

    • 3:48 am
      Highland Memories
      Composer: Hamish MacCunn, Conductor: John Wilson

    • 4:01 am
      London Suite: Knightsbridge March
      Composer: Eric Coates, Conductor: Malcolm Nabarro

    • 4:06 am
      Concerto for Two Horns
      Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Performer: Hermann Baumann, horn, Conductor: Iona Brown

    • 4:25 am
      I Cover the Waterfront
      Composer: Johnny Green, Performer: Lara Downes, piano

    • 4:30 am
      Brazilian Impressions
      Composer: Ottorino Respighi, Conductor: Eduardo Mata

    • 4:52 am
      Madrigal Concerto: Arietta
      Composer: Joaquin Rodrigo, Performer: Sergio & Odair Assad, guitars, Conductor: John Neschling

    • 5:01 am
      Village Scenes: Pastorale
      Composer: Emile Sauret, Performer: Michi Wiancko, violin

    • 5:06 am
      Concerto for Oboe d'Amore
      Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Performer: Burkhard Glaetzner, oboe d'amore, Conductor: Max Pommer

    • 5:26 am
      Composer: Peter Tchaikovsky, Performer: Julia Fischer, violin, Conductor: Yakov Kreizberg

    • 5:34 am
      Preludio Sinfonico
      Composer: Giacomo Puccini, Conductor: Claudio Scimone

    • 5:46 am
      Etude No. 3 "Tristesse"
      Composer: Frederic Chopin, Performer: Alexis Weissenberg, piano

    • 5:51 am
      Siegfried: Forest Murmurs
      Composer: Richard Wagner, Conductor: Zubin Mehta

    • 6:01 am
      Songs of the Auvergne: Shepherd's Song
      Composer: Joseph Canteloube, Performer: Dawn Upshaw, soprano, Conductor: Kent Nagano

    • 6:06 am
      Composer: Camille Saint-Saens, Conductor: Marc Soustrot

    • 6:33 am
      Etude No. 3 "Un Sospiro" (A Sigh)
      Composer: Franz Liszt, Performer: Louis Lortie, piano

    • 6:41 am
      Ballet de Cour: Pavane and Saltarelle
      Composer: Gabriel Pierne

    • 6:49 am
      Wiener Blut (Vienna Blood)
      Composer: Johann Strauss, Jr., Conductor: Fritz Reiner

  • 6:00 pm

    Millenium of Music

    Millennium of Music is the world's longest running program featuring early music. Host and producer Robert Aubry Davis regularly presents music from major European music festivals and produces specials for Public Radio International.

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

    Program Playlist
    • 8:00 am
      Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1
      Composer: Georges Enescu, Conductor: Lawrence Foster

    • 8:01 am
      Les Brises d'Orient: Souvenir d'Occident
      Composer: Felicien David, Performer: Daniel Blumenthal, piano

    • 8:06 am
      Composer: Antonin Dvorak, Performer: James Ehnes, violin

    • 8:25 am
      Mas que nada
      Composer: Jorge Ben, Performer: Milos Karadaglic, guitar

    • 8:30 am
      Variations on a Theme by Haydn "St. Antoni Chorale"
      Composer: Johannes Brahms, Conductor: Carlo Maria Giulini

    • 8:52 am
      Cantata No. 49: Sinfonia
      Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Conductor: Rainer Kussmaul

    • 9:01 am
      New Classical Tracks

    • 9:06 am
      Rustic Suite (Suite Champetre)
      Composer: Jean Sibelius, Conductor: Neeme Jarvi

    • 9:15 am
      Tu sangre en la mia
      Composer: Shawn Kirchner, Performer: Faith DeBow, piano, Conductor: Craig Hella Johnson

    • 9:20 am
      Partita No. 5
      Composer: Heinrich Biber, Conductor: Reinhard Goebel

    • 9:32 am
      Tu voz
      Composer: Shawn Kirchner, Conductor: Craig Hella Johnson

    • 9:38 am
      Suite Antique
      Composer: John Rutter, Performer: Christopher Lewis, harpsichord, Conductor: Kevin Mallon

    • 10:01 am
      Flicks in Five

    • 11:01 am
      Guitar Sonata No. 2
      Composer: Johann Schickhardt, Performer: Kristian Buhl-Mortensen, guitar

    • 11:06 am
      Concerto Grosso No. 2
      Composer: George Frideric Handel, Conductor: Christopher Hogwood

    • 11:19 am
      G Song
      Composer: Terry Riley

    • 11:30 am
      School for Scandal Overture
      Composer: Samuel Barber, Conductor: Leonard Slatkin

    • 11:40 am
      Symphony No. 28
      Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Conductor: Jane Glover

  • 6:00 pm

    San Francisco Opera

    This year’s series features the world premiere of Marco Tutino’s Two Women (La Ciociara) and Hector Berlioz’ monumental saga The Trojans (Les Troyens), presented by the company for the first time in 47 years. Both productions feature beloved Italian soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci, who has garnered outstanding reviews for her rare United States performances. San Francisco Opera was founded by Italian conductor and pianist Gaetano Merola, who presented the Company’s first season in 1923 at the Civic Center Auditorium. In 1932, the Beaux Arts 3,100 seat War Memorial Opera House opened and remains the home of San Francisco Opera. Maestro Merola, who led the Company until his death in 1953, was succeeded as general director by Kurt Herbert Adler (1953–81), Terry McEwen (1982–88), Lotfi Mansouri (1988–2001), Pamela Rosenberg (2001–05), and David Gockley (2006–2016).

    Program Playlist
    • 12:00 pm
      Composer: George Frideric Handel, Conductor: Julian Wachner

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    A 24-hour live classical music service from American Public Media.

    Program Playlist
    • 3:00 pm
      Impromptu No. 3
      Composer: Franz Schubert, Performer: Orli Shaham, piano

    • 3:01 pm
      Symphony No. 3
      Composer: William Boyce, Conductor: Yehudi Menuhin

    • 3:06 pm
      Night on Bald Mountain
      Composer: Modest Mussorgsky, Conductor: Fritz Reiner

    • 3:17 pm
      Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow)
      Composer: Fritz Kreisler, Performer: Itzhak Perlman, violin

    • 3:22 pm
      Trumpet Concerto No. 1
      Composer: Johann Molter, Performer: Hakan Hardenberger, trumpet, Conductor: Elgar Howarth

    • 3:35 pm
      Pulcinella Suite
      Composer: Igor Stravinsky, Conductor: Pierre Boulez

    • 4:01 pm
      Pygmalion: Overture
      Composer: Jean-Philippe Rameau, Conductor: William Christie

    • 4:06 pm
      Piano Trio
      Composer: Gabriel Faure

    • 4:25 pm
      Glory in the Meeting House
      Composer: Traditional, Conductor: Jeannette Sorrell

    • 4:31 pm
      Tannhauser: Overture
      Composer: Richard Wagner, Conductor: Fabio Luisi

    • 4:48 pm
      Symphony No. 2
      Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Conductor: Adrian Shepherd

  • 6:00 pm

    Performance Today

    Performance Today features timely recordings that can't be heard anywhere else, recent performances by the great artists of our time and by the next generation of classical artists, from concert halls around the globe. Plus interviews and performances from the APM studios, and from concert stages around the country, along with classical music news and features. Every week composer Bruce Adolphe joins host Fred Child for a classical music game, the PT Piano Puzzler.

  • 6:00 pm

    Music From the Movies

    Explore great film soundtracks and hear from the composers who write them.

  • 6:00 pm


    SymphonyCast is a two-hour weekly radio program featuring a full-length concert by a national or international symphony orchestra. Concerts are drawn from Europe's leading ensembles, along with U.S. orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra and The Cleveland Orchestra.

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.

    Program Playlist
    • 10:00 pm
      Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 10
      Composer: Henry Cowell, Performer: Humbert Lucarelli, oboe, Conductor: Richard Auldon Clark

    • 10:01 pm
      Lyric Waltz
      Composer: Jean Sibelius, Conductor: Neeme Jarvi

    • 10:06 pm
      Le Tombeau de Couperin
      Composer: Maurice Ravel, Conductor: Leonard Slatkin

    • 10:22 pm
      Song at Evening
      Composer: Freda Swain, Performer: Helen Callus, viola

    • 10:27 pm
      Overture No. 2
      Composer: Jean-Marie Leclair, Conductor: Reinhard Goebel

    • 10:42 pm
      Symphony No. 25
      Composer: Michael Haydn, Conductor: Matthias Bamert

    • 11:01 pm
      Requiem: Lux Aeterna
      Composer: Maurice Durufle, Conductor: Dennis Keene

    • 11:06 pm
      Scheherazade: The Young Prince and the Young Princess
      Composer: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Conductor: Zubin Mehta

    • 11:18 pm
      Piano Trio No. 2
      Composer: Felix Mendelssohn

    • 11:48 pm
      The Dream of Gunnar
      Composer: Carl Nielsen, Conductor: Gennady Rozhdestvensky