“Band Camp” – 2011 playlist

This is a not-quite-complete list of things I played last week:

In time order:

Beethoven – Leonore #1
Haydn – Drumroll Symphony

Spohr – Nonet
Farrenc – Nonet
Berwald – Septet
Wood – Septet

Dvorak – Quintet
Beethoven/Khym – Quintet(more a violin & cello benefit, with trio accompaniment…)
Handel – Queen of Sheba (from Samson)
Telemann – Suite #1
Bach – Brandenburg #3
Cimarosa – Oboe Concerto
Mozart – Sinfonia Concertante (ob/cl/bsn/hn)
Mozart – Symphony 33
Purcell – Trumpet overture from Act 3 of “The Indian Queen”
Telemann – Concerto e moll for 2 flutes
Bach – Suite #2 for flute + orchestra
Vivaldi – L’Estro Armonico 4 violins (4 Hailstones as soloists)

Tuesday: (day off)
Wolf – Italian Serenade
Beethoven – Symphony 8

Dvorak – Serenade (wind, cello, bass)
Frank Bridge – Suite for Strings
Beethoven – Septet
Stravinsky – Dunbarton Oaks (Described by Stravinsky as “what Bach would have written if he was alive now”)
Bach – Brandenburg #4

Schubert – Trout quintet
Stravinsky – Concerto in D for String Orchestra
Glinka – piano sextet (un-sightreadable piano part)
Sterndale Bennett – piano sextet (even worse piano part…)
Martinu – Nonet
Onslow – Nonet (all bar third movement – rather good, but unknown…)
Bach – Brandenburg #5

Walton – Sonata for Strings
Walton – Two pieces from Henry V (incidental music)
Bach – Brandenburg #3
Vaughan Williams – Concerto Grosso for Strings
Beethoven – Septet
Strauss – Metamorphosen (string septet version)


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