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Internationally renowned Australian early music virtuosi Genevieve Lacey, Daniel Yeadon and Neal Peres Da Costa bring their expertise and insights to the music of the Baroque masters. Trios by Vivaldi, Handel and Telemann sparkle with life, by turns brilliant with filigree ornamentation, rich with the colours of the instruments this music was written for, sighing with pleasure and dancing with joy.Track Listing:VIVALDI Concerto for two violins in D minor, RV522 (arr. for recorder, organ, harpsichord and cello)HANDEL Sonata in A minor for recorder and continuo, HWV362HANDEL Air and Variations (‘The Harmonious Blacksmith’) from Harpsichord Suite No. 5 in E major, HWV430TELEMANN Trio in F major, TWV42:F3TELEMANN Fantasia in C major for solo recorder (after Fantasia for solo flute in A major, TWV40:2)HANDEL Aria: ‘Par che mi nasca in seno’ from Tamerlano, HWV18 (arr. for cello, recorder and organ)HANDEL Sonata in C major for recorder and continuo, HWV365TELEMANN Sonata for viola da gamba in D major, TWV40:1: I. AndanteTELEMANN Trio in B minor, TWV42:h4VIVALDI Concerto in D major for flute, violin and bassoon, RV91: II. Largo (arr. for recorder, organ, harpsichord and cello)
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Witches, vampires, ghosts, hellfire and damnation: the creatures of the night have always been a rich source of deliciously scary music! The devil may not have all the good tunes, but he has plenty of them, and the great composers, from Mozart and Chopin to Verdi and Tchaikovksy, know how to conjure up every detail of the sinister pleasures in these musical enchantments. This new recording of demonic delights summons from the depths of the orchestra a wild celebration of all things ghoulish – perfect for a Halloween celebration, any time!Track Listing:FERRARI Halloween NightGRIEG March of the TrollsPUCCINI The Witches’ SabbathHUMPERDINCK Witch’s Aria from Hansel and GretelMOZART The Statue Drags the Libertine to Hell from Don GiovanniBOCCHERINI The House of the Devil: Third movementMARSCHNER The Vampire Returns to Life from The VampireCHOPIN Funeral MarchGOUNOD Funeral March of a MarionetteHERRMANN The Murder from PsychoWEBER The Casting of the Magic Bullets from Der FreischützSULLIVAN The Ghosts’ High Noon from RuddigoreTCHAIKOVSKY Baba Yaga (The Witch)GOUNOD Phryne’s Dance from FaustVERDI Ulrica’s Invocation from A Masked BallBACH / GOUNOD Ave Maria
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 The cello has a voice like no other instrument: rich, smooth and golden, sensual and passionate. The great cellist Pablo Casals once described it as ‘like a beautiful woman who has grown not older, but younger with time, more slender, more supple, more graceful.’ This double album features some of Australia’s finest cellists playing the great cello tunes, from the classical elegance of Bach and Haydn to the romantic indulgence of Elgar, Tchaikovsky, Dvořák and Saint-Saëns. Treat yourself!Track Listing:CD11 SAINT-SAËNS The Swan2 TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme: Variation 6 (Andante)3 HAYDN Cello Concerto No. 1: II. Adagio4 VILLA-LOBOS Cantilena from Bachianas brasileiras No. 55 PÄRT Spiegel im Spiegel6 HANDEL Lascia ch’io pianga (Let me weep) from Rinaldo7 ELGAR Cello Concerto in E minor: I. Adagio – Moderato8 TOURNIER Promenade à l’automne9 BACH Cello Suite No. 2: I. Prelude10 TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH Unst Bridal March12 BOISMORTIER Cello Sonata in D minor, Op. 50 No. 4: I. Andante12 HANDEL Aria: ‘Par che mi nasca in seno’ (excerpt)13 ANONYMOUS I Will Give My Love an Apple14 BACH Sinfonia (Arioso) from Cantata BWV156CD21 BACH Cello Suite No. 1: I. Prelude2 VIVALDI Winter (Largo) from The Four Seasons3 TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme: IV. Variation 3 (Andante sostenuto)4 PARADIS Sicilienne5 ZIPOLI Adagio6 SONDHEIM Goodbye for Now7 BACH Cello Suite No. 3: IV. Sarabande8 TCHAIKOVSKY Pezzo capriccioso9 SAINT-SAËNS Cello Sonata No. 1: II. Andante tranquillo sostenuto10 VIVALDI Concerto in G major for violin and cello: II. Andante11 BOISMORTIER Cello Sonata in D minor, Op. 50 No. 4: III. Sarabande12 BACH Cello Suite No. 5, BWV1011: II. Allemande13 DVOŘÁK Cello Concerto in B minor: II. Adagio ma non troppo
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 Australia’s leading a cappella vocal quartet and ARIA-award winners, The Idea of North, are wowing audiences again – this time with a stunning Christmas album, “This Christmas”. A CD that has been years in the making, "This Christmas" brings The Idea of North’s magical touch to an uplifting collection of Christmas favourites, from ‘Once in Royal David’s City’ to ‘I’ll Be Home for Christmas’. All the cool groove, sophisticated harmonies and good old-fashioned fun you’ve come to expect from these superbly talented musicians, with some special guest appearances from a friend or two, including jazz legend James Morrison on trombone.Track Listing:1. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 2.582. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) 2.573. Candlelight Carol 3.314. Mary’s Boy Child (feat. James Morrison) 2.395. This Christmas 3.376. Angel 4.417. The Silver Stars Are In The Sky 2.448. Christmas Medley 3.26Once In Royal David’s CityGod Rest Ye Merry GentlemenHark The Herald Angels Sing9. A Child Is Born 3.1810. Poverty 2.4911. Mary’s Boy Child (band mix) 3.1712. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
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 Carl Vine is one of Australia’s most popular composers, his music heard regularly in concert halls around the country. His string quartets – three of them recorded here for the first time – are alive with beauty, wit and humour.Track Listing:CARL VINE b. 1954String Quartet No. 3String Quartet No. 4String Quartet No .2Knips Suite – excerptsString Quartet No. 5
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 It seems that each year rushes past more quickly than the one before. There’s so much to do, so little time, so many voices (both human and electronic) demanding our attention. The pace can be exhilarating, but sometimes it feels like sprinting just to keep up, and never actually getting anywhere…The music of Christmas is a chance to slow down, breathe, and rediscover the joys of simple things. It brings memories of precious times, and speaks of peace and hope even when the nightly news is at its bleakest. Many of these carols are as familiar as Christmas itself; they come from England, Ireland, France, Germany, Russia and Italy, sometimes bright with sunshine, sometimes hushed in awe, but always full of comfort and joy.Track Listing:1 HANDEL Joy to the World2 TRAD. PLAINCHANT Veni, veni Emmanuel (O come, O come Emmanuel)3 TRAD. IRISH The Wexford Carol4 TRAD. ENGLISH The First Nowell5 DAQUIN Quand Dieu naquit à Noël (When God was born at Christmas) – excerpt6 TRAD. ENGLISH Ding! Dong! Merrily on High7 HANDEL For Unto Us a Child is Born from Messiah8 TCHAIKOVSKY March from The Nutcracker9 TCHAIKOVSKY Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from The Nutcracker10 TCHAIKOVSKY Crown of Roses11 CORNELIUS / ATKINS The Three Kings12 GRUBER Silent Night13 TRAD. ENGLISH While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night14 SITSKY Sonatinetto on Russian Christmas Carols15 TRAD. FRENCH Quelle est cette odeur agréable? (Whence is that goodly fragrance?)16 LOCATELLI Pastorale from Christmas Concerto17 TRAD. GERMAN In dulci jubilo (In sweet joy)18 TRAD. GERMAN Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Lo, how a rose e’er blooming)19 TRAD. ENGLISH It Came upon the Midnight Clear20 TRAD. MEDIEVAL Of the Father’s Heart Begotten
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 What would Christmas be without carols? This double album includes best-loved classics like Away in a Manger, Silent Night, Good King Wenceslas, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Once in Royal David’s City, O Come All Ye Faithful and The First Nowell, plus contemporary favourites such as Mary’s Boy Child and Do You Hear What I Hear. All the joy and delight of Christmas, perfect for any gathering this festive season.Track Listing:CD11 TRADITIONAL Good King Wenceslas2 ADAM O Holy Night3 GAUNTLETT Once in Royal David’s City4 JAMES The Three Drovers5 JAMES Christmas Bush for His Adorning6 WHITTINGTON Puer natus in Bethlehem (A Boy Was Born in Bethlehem)7 LAURIDSEN O magnum mysterium (O Great Mystery)8 KIRKPATRICK Away in a Manger9 SHAYNE Do You Hear What I Hear?10 TRADITIONAL Il est né, le divin Enfant (The Holy Child is Born)11 TRADITIONAL Hodie Christus natus est (Today Christ is born)12 HOWELLS Sing Lullaby13 HOWELLS Here is the Little Door14 RÜTTI I Wonder as I Wander15 TRADITIONAL The Coventry and Sussex Carols16 TRADITIONAL Quem pastores laudavere (He whom the Shepherds Praised)17 TRADITIONAL Hoe schoon lichtet de morghen ster (How Brightly Beams the Morning Star)18 TRADITIONAL God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen19 CHILCOTT The Lily and the Rose20 BRITTEN There is no Rose from A Ceremony of Carols21 BRITTEN This Little Babe from A Ceremony of Carols22 MENDELSSOHN Hark! The Herald Angels SingCD21 TRADITIONAL The First Nowell2 TRADITIONAL De Virgin Mary3 PIERPONT Jingle Bells4 RUTTER Star Carol5 CHILCOTT The Shepherd’s Carol6 RUTTER Mary’s Lullaby7 HANDEL There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Fields…Glory to God from Messiah8 HANDEL For unto Us a Child is Born from Messiah9 HANDEL And the Glory of the Lord from Messiah10 TRADITIONAL Unto Us is Born a Son11 TRADITIONAL Gaudete! (Rejoice!)12 RUTTER Angels’ Carol13 JAMES Merry Christmas14 JAMES The Silver Stars are in the Sky15 JAMES The Christmas Tree16 HAIRSTON Mary’s Boy Child17 TRADITIONAL O Come, O Come Emmanuel18 HOWELLS A Spotless Rose19 CARTER Mary’s Magnificat20 GRUBER Stille Nacht (Silent Night)21 TRAD. ENBLISH O Little Town of Bethlehem22 WADE O Come, All Ye Faithful
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ABC Classic FM's annual Classic 100 survey of Australia's favourite music remains the definitive anthology of classic hits, its combination of superb performances and much-loved classics having proved appealing to both classical music experts and novices alike.This time, ABC Classic FM takes the listener on a journey through the beautiful music of France. Sure to feature all your French favourites, voted by you, this release is a must-have for any admirer of the rich, diverse and at times revolutionary contribution France has added to our musical landscape.Track ListingCD11. Carmen - Overture (Prelude)2. Carmen - Act 1: “Mais nous ne voyons pas la Carmencita” – “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle”3. Carmen - Act 1: “Parle-moi de ma mère!”4. Carmen - Act 1: “Près des remparts de Séville” – “Tais toi”5. Carmen - Act 2: “Les tringles des sistres tintaient”6. Carmen - Act 2: “Vivat! Vivat le torero!” – Toreador Song: “Votre toast”7. Carmen - Act 2: “Nous avons en tête une affaire!”8. Carmen - Act 2: “La fleur que tu m’avais jetée”9. Carmen - Act 2: “Non, tu ne m’aimes pas!”10. Carmen - Act 3: “Mêlons! Coupons!”11. Carmen - Act 3: “Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante”12. Carmen - Act 4: “Les voici, les voici”13. Carmen - Act 4: “Cest toi!”… “C’est moi!”CD21. Symphony No. 3 in C minor ‘Organ', 1a. Adagio – Allegro moderato - Saint-Saens2. Symphony No. 3 in C minor ‘Organ’, 1b. Poco adagio - Saint-Saens3. Symphony No. 3 in C minor ‘Organ’, 2a. Allegro moderato – Presto – Allegro moderato - Saint-Saens4. Symphony No. 3 in C minor ‘Organ’, 2b. Maestoso – Più allegro – Molto allegro - Saint-Saens5. Requiem, Op. 48, I. Introit et Kyrie - Faure6. Requiem, Op. 48, II. Offertoire - Faure7. Requiem, Op. 48, III. Sanctus - Faure8. Requiem, Op. 48, IV. Pie Jesu - Faure9. Requiem, Op. 48, V. Agnus Dei - Faure10. Requiem, Op. 48, VI. Libera me - Faure11. Requiem, Op. 48, VII. In Paradisum - Faure12. Trois Gymnopédies, Gymnopédie No. 1 - Satie13. Trois Gymnopédies, Gymnopédie No. 2 - Satie14. Trois Gymnopédies, Gymnopédie No. 3 - SatieCD31. The Pearl Fishers - Au fond du temple saint (In the depths of the holy temple) - Bizet2. Prélude à ‘L’Après-midi d’un faune’ - Debussy3. Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, I. Rêveries. Passions (Largo – Allegro agitato ed appassionato assai) - Berlioz4. Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, 2. Un bal (Valse: Allegro non troppo) - Berlioz5. Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, 3. Scène aux champs (Adagio) - Berlioz6. Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, 4. Marche au supplice (Allegretto non troppo) - Berlioz7. Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, 5. Songe d’une nuit du Sabbat (Larghetto – Allegro – Ronde du sabbat: Poco meno mosso) - Berlioz8. Chants d’Auvergne (Songs of the Auvergne), Baïlèro (Book I, No. 2) - Canteloube9. Chants d’Auvergne (Songs of the Auvergne), L’aio de rotso (Book I, No. 3a) - canteloube10. Chants d’Auvergne (Songs of the Auvergne), N’aï pas ïèu dè mio (Book II, No. 5a) - CanteloubleCD41. Boléro - Ravel2. The Carnival of the Animals, I. Introduction and Royal March of the Lion - Saint-Saens3. The Carnival of the Animals, II. Poules et coq (Hens and Roosters) - Saint Saens4. The Carnival of the Animals, III. Hémiones: animaux véloces) (Wild Asses: Speedy Animals) - Saint Saens5. The Carnival of the Animals, IV. Tortues (Tortoises) - Saint Saens6. The Carnival of the Animals, V. L’Éléphant (The Elephant) - Saint Saens7. The Carnival of the Animals, VI. Kangourous (Kangaroos) - Saint Saens8. The Carnival of the Animals, VII. Aquarium - Saint Saens9. The Carnival of the Animals, VIII. Personnages à longues oreilles (Characters with long ears) - Saint Saens10. The Carnival of the Animals, IX. Le Coucou au fond des bois (The Cuckoo deep in the woods) - Saint Saens11. The Carnival of the Animals, X. Volière (Aviary) - Saint Saens12. The Carnival of the Animals, XI. Pianistes (Pianists) - Saint Saens13. The Carnival of the Animals, XII. Fossiles (Fossils) - Saint Saens14. The Carnival of the Animals, XIII. Le Cygne (The Swan) - Saint Saens15. The Carnival of the Animals, XIV. Finale - Saint Saens16. La Mer, 1. From Dawn till Noon on the Sea (De l'aube à midi sur la mer) - Debussy17. La Mer, 2. Play of the Waves (Jeux de vagues) - Debussy18. La Mer, 3. Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea (Dialogue du vent et de la mer) - Debussy19. Faust, Faites-lui mes aveux - Gounod20. Children’s Corner – Suite, VI. Golliwogg’s Cake-walk - Debussy21. Clair de lune (Moonlight) - Faure22. Le Tombeau de Couperin, III. Forlane - Ravel23. Te Deum, H146, Prelude - Charpentier 
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 Beautiful music inspired by the pleasures of the garden: the fragrance of spring and the bounty of autumn’s harvest, the freshness of country air, the joy of birdsong and the bright beauty of flowers. These gentle, joyful classics will add a special radiance to your time in the garden, whether that’s digging, weeding and pruning, or simply drinking in the delights of nature. Music by Handel, Tchaikovsky, Purcell, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Mahler, Grieg and more. Track Listing: 1 GRIEG Morning Mood from Peer Gynt2 CHABRIER Idylle from Suite pastorale3 MAHLER Ging heut’ Morgen übers Feld (I went out this morningacross the field) from Songs of a Wayfarer4 SINDING Rustle of Spring5 BEETHOVEN Violin Sonata No. 5 ‘Spring’: II. Adagio molto espressivo6 TCHAIKOVSKY Dumka (Russian Rustic Scene)7 PURCELL A Dance for the Haymakers from The Fairy Queen8 GERMAN Pastoral Dance from Nell Gwyn Suite9 VIVALDI The Four Seasons – Autumn: III. Allegro10 RESPIGHI The Dove from The Birds11 RODRIGO Pastoral from Concierto madrigal12 HANDEL Quel fior che all’alba ride (The flower that smiles at dawn)13 GLAZUNOV Summer: The Ear of Corn from The Seasons14 GRIEG Last Spring15 TCHAIKOVSKY Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker
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Allan’s voice is light, eminently suited to the chamber format, with a clear and ringing higher register but with an emotional depth and warmth that reaches across to the audience. Her presence on stage is magnetic. - Australian Stage, 2009   This beautifully packaged 1CD digipack contains a stunning collection of English works performed by Australia’s premiere period chamber ensemble, Ironwood and the magnetic UK-based soprano, Miriam Allan. Featuring best-selling tracks such as Music for a While, If Love’s a Sweet Passion and Fairest Isle by Purcell, and chamber works by Handel including Silete venti.   Ironwood is an innovative Australian ensemble, committed to exploring historically informed performance of repertoire from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras on period instruments. Formed in 2006, Ironwood brings together some of Australia’s leading chamber musicians, drawing on a wealth of experience from around the world. Ironwood complements historically informed performance with newly commissioned works by Australian and international composers. Ironwood is a Musica Viva Australia featured artist, and toured nationally with soprano Miriam Allan during 2009. Ironwood regularly appears at the Melbourne Recital Centre, Sydney Opera House (Utzon Room) and fortyfivedownstairs in Melbourne, and has presented programs for the Historic Houses Trust of NSW, The Biennale of Sydney, Victoria’s Peninsula Summer Music Festival, and the Art Gallery of NSW Resonate series. In 2012, Ironwood presented 19th-century performance research in New York at the American Brahms Society Conference and the Eastman School of Music.   Born in Newcastle (Australia), Miriam Allan has been based in England since 2003. She has been a soloist with leading orchestral and choral organisations all over the world: the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists, London Baroque, Les Arts Florissants, Auckland Philharmonia, Concerto Copenhagen, Il Fondamento, Gewandhaus Chamber Choir, Leipzig Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Köln, ChorWerk Ruhr, Pinchgut Opera, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Chacona and Arcadia. She has been fortunate to work with many of the finest directors and conductors, including John Eliot Gardiner, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Laurence Cummings, William Christie and Roy Goodman. Miriam Allan appears on numerous recordings, highlights among which include The Fairy Queen and Dardanus with Pinchgut Opera, The Wonders of the World, Mozart’s Requiem and Handel’s Messiah, Joshua, Israel in Egypt and Belshazzar. She made her debut with Glyndebourne Festival Opera in Purcell’s The Fairy Queen in 2009, continuing with that production to Paris, Caen and New York the following year. Recent engagements have included a series of concerts of madrigals by Monteverdi with Les Arts Florissants, performances with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the role of Costanza in Vivaldi’s Griselda with Pinchgut Opera in Sydney (available on CD on the Pinchgut Live label), and her debut appearances with the Bach Collegium Japan.   Track Listing Henry Purcell (1659-1695) 1. Fairest Aisle from King Arthur, Z628 2. I am Come to Lock All Fast from The Fairy Queen, Z629 3. If Love's a Sweet Passion from The Fairy Queen 4. Overture from The Indian Queen, Z630 5. She Loves and She Confesses Too, Z413 6. A New Ground, Z339/3 7. Why Should Men Quarrel? from The Indian Queen 8. Curtain Tune from Timon of Athens, Z632 9. Music for a While from Oedipus, Z583 10. Third Act Tune: Hornpipe from King Arthur 11. O! Fair Cedaria, Z402 12. Chacony, Z730   George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) Trio Sonata in G major, Op. 5 No. 4, HWV399 13. I. Allegro 14. IIa. A tempo ordinario 15. IIb. Allegro, non presto 16. III. Passacaille 17. IV. Gigue: Presto 18. V. Menuet: Allegro moderato Silete venti, HWV242 19. I. Symphonia: Silete venti (Silence, winds) 20. II. Aria: Dulcis amor, Jesu care (Sweet love, dear Jesus) 21. III. Accompagnato: O fortunata anima (O fortunate soul) 22. IV. Aria Date serta, date flores (Offer garlands, offer flowers) 23. V. Presto: Alleluia 
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La Compañia formed in 1997 to perform music of the renaissance and early baroque. Directed by Danny Lucin, the ensemble brings together Australia’s leading specialists on period instruments, creating a consort rich in possibilities. The ensemble was nominated in the The Age ‘Top Five 2010 Classical Concerts’ and in 2012 they made their European festival debut in a sold out concert at Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Germany. La Compañia’s impressive array of period instruments – strings, wind and brass – allows for exciting sound combinations that bring alive the world of Early Music: in this case, 16th-century Portugal. With their masterful use of improvisation and ornamentation, they have established a reputation for presenting innovative programs and dynamic performances.Track Listing:1. GASPAR FERNANDES Eso rigor e reprente2. MANUEL MACHADO Afuera, afuera que sale3. PEDRO DE CRISTO Ay mi Dios4. ANONYMOUS Non me pregunteis a mis males5. GASPAR FERNANDES Tleycantimo choquiliya6. ANONYMOUS Yan am quero ser pastora7. ANONYMOUS Vos señora, a maltratarme8. ANONYMOUS Não tragais borzeguis pretos9. FRANCISCO GUERRERO Los Reyes siguen la’strella10. ANONYMOUS Dipues vienes delhadea11. LUIS DE MILÁN Fantasia VIII12. MANUEL MACHADO Dos estrellas le siguen13. GASPAR FERNANDES Xicochi conetzintle14. FRANCISCO GUERRERO Qué buen año es el del çielo15. FRANCISCO GUERRERO Niño dios d’amor herido16. PEDRO DE ESCOBAR Pásame per Dios, barquero17. GASPAR FERNANDES Botay fora
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This stunning album from Sydney International Piano Competition winner Konstantin Shamray presents Tchaikovsky’s Piano Sonata in G major, Prokofiev’s sonata no. 8 and a selection of works by Scriabin.A must-have for all piano enthusiasts.Track Listing:PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893Piano Sonata in G major, Op. 371 I. Moderato e risoluto2 II. Andante non troppo quasi moderato3 III. Scherzo: Allegro giocoso4 IV. Finale: Allegro vivaceALEXANDER SCRIABIN 1872-19155 Fantasie, Op. 286 Feuillet d’album (Album Leaf), Op. 587 Fragilité (Fragility) from Four Pieces, Op. 518 Nuances from Four Pieces, Op. 56SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953Piano Sonata No. 8 in B-flat major, Op. 849 I. Andante dolce – Allegro moderato10 II. Andante sognando11 III. Vivace – Allegro ben marcato – Andantino – Vivace