A Far Cry
A Far Cry JULY 12 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM ‘CIRCLE OF LIFE’ , A FAR CRY Béla Bartók, (1881-1945), & others, Lullabies for Children, Sz. 42 (1908-9, rev. 1943) 1] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; I. Andante grazioso, arr. Leo Weiner 2] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; II. Vivace, arr. Leo Weiner 3] Arrorró, Traditional Lullaby (Berber / Canary Islands / Latin America), arr. Alex Fortes 4] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; IV. Allegro Robusto, arr. Leo Weiner 5] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; III. Moderato Sostenuto, arr. Leo Weiner 6] "My Darling Isabelle," by Emily Irons, arr. Alex Fortes 7] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; V. Allegretto, arr. Leo Weiner 8] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; VI. Kánon: Vivace risoluto, arr. Leo Weiner 9] Nen nen korori, Traditional Japanese (Edo region) arr. Alex Fortes 10] Bartók, For Children, Sz. 42; VIII. Allegro giocoso, arr. Leo Weiner
Franghiz Ali-Zadeh, (1947- ), Shyshtar: Metamorphoses for String Orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven, (1770-1827), String Quartet No. 16 in F Major, Op. 135, (1826) III. Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo, arr. Alex Fortes
Antonín Dvořák, (1841-1904), Serenade for Strings in E Major, Op. 22 1] Moderato 2] Tempo di Valse 3] Scherzo: Vivace 4] Larghetto 5] Finale: Allegro vivace
Karl Doty, (1985- ), Castles
WQXR Host: Elliott Forrest
Venue: Naumburg Bandshell
Terrace Dr. Near, W 72nd St
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