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Reel Music 2010
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January 2, 2010
From the Concert Hall to the Silver Screen

Sergei Prokofiev – Kije’s Wedding & Troika, from Lt. Kije
St. Petersburg Philharmonic/ Yuri Temirkanov
“Tchaikovksy: Nutcracker Suite, etc.”

Sergei Prokofiev – “Arise, Ye Russian People,” from Alexander Nevsky
Russian State Symphony Orchestra/Staninslavsky Chorus/Dmitry Yablonsky
“Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky”

Shostakovich – Ball at the Castle, from Hamlet
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra/Leonid Grin
“Dmitri Shostakovich: Hamlet/The Gadfly”

Aaron Copland – Morning on the Ranch and Walk to the Bunkhouse, from The Red Pony
Boston Pops Orchestra/John Williams
“Copland-Williams: Music for Stage and Screen”

John Corigliano – Theme and The Monastery, from The Red Violin
Joshua Bell, violin/Philharmonia Orchestra/Esa-Pekka Salonen
“The Red Violin Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”

Philip Glass – Morning Passages, from The Hours
Michael Riesman, piano/Orchestra conducted by Nick Ingman
“The Hours: Music from the Motion Picture”

Erich Wolfgang Korngold – Finale, from Symphony in F#, Op. 40
Philadelphia Orchestra/Franz Welser-Möst
“Korngold: Symphony in F#, etc.”

Miklós Rózsa – Finale, from Violin Concerto, Op. 24
Jascha Heifetz, violin/Dallas Symphony Orchestra/Walter Hendl

John Williams – Elegy for Cello and Orchestra
Yo-Yo Ma, cello/Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles/John Williams
“Yo-Yo Ma Plays the Music of John Williams”

Danny Elfman – The Quadruped Patrol, from Serenada Schizophrana
Orchestra conducted by John Mauceri
“Danny Elfman: Serenada Schizophrana”

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