“Schubert Uncorked” — a subversive reconsideration of a famous composer
with David Taylor, bass trombone, William Sharp, baritone, PCE conducted by Angel Gil-Ordonez.Repertoire includes two broadcast premieres:Schubert Arpeggione Concerto & Schubert songs with bass trombone. Also the slow movement from Bruckner's String Quintet and 2 movements from Daniel Schnyder's Bass Trombone Concerto.
9:01: Schubert: Der Doppelganger (William Sharp, baritone; Seth Knopp, piano)
*13:01: Schubert/Taylor: Der Doppelganger (David Taylor, bass trombone; PCE conducted by Angel Gil-Ordonez
23:06: Schubert: Nebensonnen (William Sharp, baritone; Seth Knopp, piano)
*25:56: Schubert/Taylor: Nebensonnen
31:12: Schubert: Der Leiermann (William Sharp, baritone; Seth Knopp, piano)
*34:22: Schubert/Taylor: Der Leiermann (Taylor; Zoltan Racz, accordian)
*44:13: Schubert/Taylor: Arpeggione Concerto (ending) (Taylor, PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
*00:00: Schubert/Taylor: Arpeggione Concerto (mvmt 2) (Taylor, PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
14:03: Bruckner: Adagio from String Quintet (arr. for string orchestra) (PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
*32:53: Schubert/Taylor: Die Stadt (Taylor, PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
37:45: Schubert/Taylor: Doppelganger (Taylor, PCE, Gil-Ordonez)/
54:33: Schnyder, Bass Trombone Concerto (mvmt 2) (Taylor PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
1:01:00: Schnyder: Bass Trombone Concerto (mvmt 3) (Taylor, PCE, Gil-Ordonez)
PostClassical features performances by Washington, DC-based PostClassical Ensemble and is hosted by author and music historian and co-founder of PostClassical Ensemble Joseph Horowitz, the Music Director of PostClassical Ensemble Maestro Angel Gil-Ordonez and the host of Exploring Music, Bill McGlaughlin.