Und auch heute wieder:
“La Noche De Los Mayas” – “The night of the Maya“ is the title of a magnificent symphonic suite
by Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas.
I would like to invite you to my new #KlassikKlub, this Sunday afternoon on WDR3 radio.
It’s summer and I choose some Latin American music that intends to make you dance!
Besides the line of the imaginary Maya rhythms there will be several Mambos, Rhumbas and Bossas by Brazilian, Cuban and also two North American composers.
I will feature a Cuban adventure of Berlin Philharmonics’ famous French Horn player Sarah Willis that resulted in an extraordinary release that came out in these days on the Belgian label Alpha Classics.
I also want to give a spot on the wonderful, extraordinary music of the great￼ Antônio Carlos Jobim, the father and pope of Bossa Nova. You might not know these symphonic coloured compositions that I will make you listen here.
Then I want to mention the marvellous Anne Sofie von Otter – I really love her voice and all those special musical settings where she brings it in.
We will listen to famous works by Heitor Villa Lobos and Leonard Bernstein – conducted by the composers￼ themselves. Finally Just Another Rhumba (performed by the queen Ella Fitzgerald) and the Cuban Ouverture by
Take your shoes off – and dance!
WDR 3 Klassik Klub by Simon Sarow / Sunday July 19 / 16:05-17:45
Only live – no podcast !