School of music
OVERNIGHT CLASSICS:
with Peter Van de Graaff
Playlist
Friday, November 16, 2018 PREVIOUS DAY / NEXT DAY / OVERNIGHT LISTINGS
10:00 AM
Friday Favorites: Ty Turley-Trejo: BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 - Each week we take time to get to know the listener next door, and we enjoy one of his/her favorite classical compositions.
1:00 PM
BYU School of Music On-Air: CHILDS Love's Philosophy - BYU Women's Chorus; Jean Applonie, conductor (Recorded 3/31/2017)
2:00 PM
Friday Favorites: Gayleen Gandy: BARTOK Roumanian Folk Dances - Each week we take time to get to know the listener next door, and we enjoy one of his/her favorite classical compositions.
6:00 PM
Performance Today: A daily program of selections from concerts by today's artists, recorded live in concert halls around the globe. Also interviews, news, and features. For playlist, visit yourclassical.org/programs/performance-today.
8:00 PM
BYU School of Music On-Air: STROOPE Magnificat - BYU Women's Chorus; Jean Applonie, conductor (Recorded 3/31/2017)
9:00 PM
Exploring Music: Music in Time of War - This week we explore works inspired by, reacting to, or written in protest of war. Bill opens with Mass in Time of War by Joseph Haydn, an oddly cheery mass that Haydn wrote in the hopes that it would convince God to stop Napoleon’s advance into Austria. Beethoven, fascinated by military maneuvers, used music to create a scene of battle in which the British and French are represented by a leitmotif from their respective countries. We continue with patriotism and the pain of war expressed by Russian composers Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, and end in England and America with Britten’s War Requiem, and Roy Harris’s “When Johnny Comes Marching Home.” Playlist information at