A couple of tidbits on today's rep:
- The orchestral Handel that opens the program includes a reworked chorus from Messiah.
- Mendelssohn wrote his Magnificat inspired by similar works by J.S. and C.P.E. Bach... the year he turned 13.
- Georgia's own Columbus State University Wind Ensemble plays Brooklyn Bridge after the 1:00 news, from their new CD Synergy, with conductor Robert Rumbelow and visiting clarinetist John Bruce Yeh.
- Handel: Concerto a Due Cori No. 2 in F major for two wind ensembles and strings. Tafelmusik, Lamon. Sony 63073.
- Ysaye: String Trio (1927), "Le Chimay." Henning Kraggerud, Bard Monsen, Lars Anders Tomter. Naxos 8.570977.
- Mozart: Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat, K. 495. David Jolley, Orpheus Chamber Orch. DG 423 377.
- Tavener: A Nativity (1985). Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Brown. Naxos 8.572168.
- Kreisler: Syncopation; Gypsy Caprice. Caroline Goulding, Christopher O'Riley. Telarc 80744.
- Mendelssohn: Magnificat in D major. Yale Schola Cantorum, Yale Voxtet, Yale Collegium Players, Carrington. Naxos 8.572161.
- Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat, Op. 75. Jerome Lowenthal, London Sym, Cimmisiona. Bridge 9301A/B.
- Shayne-Regney/Farber: [What if Mozart wrote] Do You Hear What I Hear. Orchestra, Juutilainen. WS-5.
- Daugherty: Brooklyn Bridge for clarinet and symphony band. John Bruce Yeh, Columbus State University Wind Ensemble [!], Rumbelow. Naxos 8.572319.
- Dubra: Our Lord's Nativity (sung in Latvian). New York Latvian Concert Choir, New Chamber Orch of Riga, Jansons. Albany 1040.