Sunday, March 13, 2011
Piano Sonatas Nos. 21 "Waldstein", 23 "Appassionata" & 26 "Les Adieux"
Emil Gilels, piano
(Piano Sonata #26 In Eb, Op.81A, "Les Adieux" (1810) is performed in its entirety starting from 6:30)
The String Quartets
Emerson String Quartet (Op.95 M1, Op.18,No.2 M2, Op.135 M2, Op.59,No.3 M4)
Symphony No. 5 in c minor, Op. 67
Vienna Philharmonic,Carlos Kleiber, conductor
By clicking on the above links you should be able to launch your RealMedia player (or whatever browser plug-in you have set to play RAM streams). Personally, I have Media Player Classic assigned in my Firefox Options/Applications to play RAM files.
These programs were hosted by Fred Child and featured selections and commentary by Ted Libbey, who I also paraphrased in 1/5 Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas: An Overview (Libby).
To go to the full listing of the PT 50 see below:
The NPR PT 50 w Ted Libby