Music: Sun Apr 2


Forging ahead with the extroverted works of Unitarian composers Edvard Grieg and Béla Bartók in this morning’s Gathering Music. Elsewhere, our Canvass Kickoff includes a seasonal tribute by Tchaikovsky, an optimistic outburst from Aaron Copland, and other works by composers who were “in the money” in one way or another. Read on for programming details and stay tuned for spoken introductions.



Gathering Music: Adam Kent, piano

I.   Bagpipers

Béla Bartók

Wedding Day at Troldhaugen, Op. 65, No. 6

                        Edvard Grieg


Opening Music:

Bagatelle in B Minor, Op. 126, No. 4

                        Ludwig van Beethoven


“We’re in the Money” from Gold Diggers of 1933

                        Harry Warren


April (Snowdrops), Op. 37, No. 4

                        Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Mouvements Perpétuels

                        Francis Poulenc


The Young Pioneers

                        Aaron Copland

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