Six CSO musicians describe the power of sharing music with audiences of all ages, while working with a commitment for unified impact. As they also anticipate the return of live concerts again, each also describes the timeless power of the orchestra to connect with listeners.
Produced by CSO trumpet John Hagstrom and audio editor Rich Sigler, Intermission at the CSO is available on Simplecast, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify and other popular podcast platforms.
If you’ve listened to this podcast episode and enjoyed the music of the CSO, but wondered about which recordings were used, the chart below reveals chronologically within the episode where each recording is heard.
Also, if you would like to listen to those recordings in their entirety, a Spotify playlist follows the chart, allowing you to directly access the tracks. Thanks for listening.
|:02||Mahler||Symphony No. 1 (Titan), mvmt. 1||Haitink|
|1:01||Debussy||Nocturnes, mvmt. 2||Solti|
|5:24||Ravel||Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2 Pantomime||Martinon|
|5:53||Ravel||Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2 Pantomime||Martinon|
|8:23||Mahler||Symphony No. 3, mvmt. 5||Solti|
|10:15||Prokofiev||Suite From Romeo & Juliet||Muti|
|13:20||Elgar||Variations on an Original Theme (Enigma), Variation 14||Solti|
|15:27||Hannibal||African Portraits, Act 2, "Victor Nelson's Cotton Field"||Barenboim|
|20:38||Prokofiev||Lieutenant Kijé, Symphonic Suite, mvmt. 3||Abbado|
|22:07||Beethoven||Symphony No. 7, mvmt. 2||Solti|
|23:23||Beethoven||Symphony No. 7, mvmt. 1||Giulini|
|26:15||Williams||Lincoln soundtrack, "The People's House"||Williams|
|29:36||Tchaikovsky||Symphony No. 6 (Pathétique), mvmt. 3||Solti|
|30:15||Mendelssohn||Symphony No. 3 (Scottish), mvmt. 4b||Solti|
|31:48||Bizet||Symphony No. 1, mvmt. 4||Martinon|