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David Dalle
Thursday June 14th, 2012 with David Dalle
Celebrating Euro 2012 with music from Poland and Ukraine

Opening and closing the first set of Polish and Ukranian music will be Chopin's dramatic and powerful etude which was played at the opening ceremony of the games in Warsaw. The first is an old recording from 1923 featuring Paderewski, the great Polish pianist and composer who would become the first prime minister of the Republic of Poland in between world wars. The second version is Polish composer Leopold Godowsky's reworking of the etude, making it far more complex and nearly impossible to play.
Etude Op. 25 no. 11
Frederic Chopin/Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Great Pianists of the 20th Century vol. 74 - Philips
The Rain is Falling
Warsaw's Village Band - People's Spring - World Village
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Yavir Quartet from Ukraine - vol.2 - Yevshan
Hutsulka z Kolomyii
Alexander Fedoriouk & Harmonia - The Art of the Cimbalom - Traditional Crossroads
Past the Danube
Ukrainia - The Maiden - Ukrainia Canadian
Drevo
Drevo - Unblocked - Ellipsis Arts
Polka, Goralski dance sequence
The Trebunia Family Band - Music of the Tatra Mountains - Nimbus
Etude no 42 - Op. 25 no. 11
Frederic Chopin-Leopold Godowsky/Marc-Andre Hamelin - The Complete Studies on Chopin's Etudes - Hyperion Canadian
Szymanowski's 2nd violin concerto from 1933 was composed in his cottage in the Tatra mountains, and was heavily influenced by the folk fiddles of the area, as heard in track above with the Trebunia Family Band.
Violin Concert no. 2
Karol Szymanowski/Chantal Juillet, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit - Stravinsky/Szymanowski Violin Concertos - Decca Canadian
Asfar
Le Trio Joubran - Asfar - World VIllage
I am embarrassed by how little Bach appears on my show when you search CKCU's online database, in my defense, it only dates back 2 years, missing the first 16 years of my show! We hear two pieces, the rare and unknown keyboard fantasia which in its obsessive, anxious repetition sounds more like a piece from the 20th century, not from 1710! The second is a chorale prelude of just sublime peace and beauty.
Fantasia in a BWV 922
Johann Sebastian Bach/Joao Carlos - Fantasias, Preludes, Fugues, and Fughettas - Concord Records
Chorale Prelude 'Schmucke dich, o liebe Seele' BWV 654
Johann Sebastian Bach/Christopher Herrick - Complete Organ Music - Hyperion
Interactive CKCU
David Dalle (host)
Welcome to the show. Celebrating Euro 2012 with music from Poland and Ukraine, co-hosts of the ongoing 2012 European Cup.

2:11 PM, June 14th, 2012
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