Classical Tones: 20170823

August 23, 2017

20:57 3:00 Station ID, Promos, PSAs
21:00 1:00 <Theme music>

[Buenas noches. Desde los estudios de KBBF, la primera estacin comunitaria bilinge en los Estados Unidos, soy su presentadora, Nora Villanueva, y les doy la bienvenida a esta edicin de "Tonos Clsicos," su programa de msica clsica con "una conexin Latina." Cada semana a esta hora exploramos la cultura musical de Espaa y Latinoamrica.]

[Good evening. from the studios of KBBF, the first bilingual community radio station in the United States, this is your host, Nora Villanueva, welcoming you to this edition of "Classical Tones," your program of classical music "with a Latin connection." Every week at this time we explore the musical culture of Spain and Latin America.]

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Comencemos el programa con una hermosa msica de Juan de Lienas, un compositor que trabaj en la Cuidad de Mxico a principios del siglo 17. Esta es la Gloria de la "Misa al Segundo Tono" interpretada por el Coro Hispano de San Francisco bajo la direccin de Juan Pedro Gaffney.

Lets start off the show with some beautiful music by Juan de Lienas, a composer who was active in Mexico City in the early 17th century. This is the Gloria from the "Misa al Segundo Tono" performed by the Coro Hispano de San Francisco under the direction of Juan Pedro Gaffney.

21:02 3:55 Juan de Lienas (ca. 1640) Gloria from the Misa al Segundo Tono
Coro Hispano de San Francisco, Juan Pedro Gaffney

La Gloria de la "Misa al Segundo Tono" fue interpretada por el Coro Hispano de San Francisco dirigida por Juan Pedro Gaffney.

The Gloria from the "Misa al Segundo Tono" was performed by the Coro Hispano de San Francisco conducted by Juan Pedro Gaffney.

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Aldemaro Romero fue un panista, compositor, arreglista y director de orquesta venezolano. Su experiencia con la msica popular lo llev a crear el ritmo "Onda Nueva" que viene del joropo, la danza nacional de Venezuela. Romero se inspir en la famosa Tocatta y Fuga BWV 565 de Johann Sebastian Bach para componer esta pieza llamada, "Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso." El "pajarillo" es un subgnero del joropo y es identificado con la msica de Romero. La Orquesta Sinfnica de Venezuela est bajo la batuta de Theodore Kucher.

Aldemaro Romero was a Venezuelan pianist, composer, arranger and conductor. His experience with popular music led him to coin a new style of Venezuelan music known as the "Onda Nuva" (New Wave) which is derived from the joropo, Venezual's national dance. Romero was inspired by the famous D minor Toccata and Fugue BWV 565 by Johann Sebastian Bach to compose this piece called "Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso." The "pajarillo" is a sub-genre of the joropo and a hallmark of Romero's music. The Orquesta Sinfnica de Venezuela is under the baton of Theodore Kucher.

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9:21 Aldemaro Romero (1926-2007) Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso
Orquesta Sinfnica de Venezuela, Theodore Kucher

Acabamos de escuchar la "Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso" de Aldemaro Romero interpretada por la Orquesta Sinfnica de Venezuela dirigida por Theodore Kucher.

We just heard the "Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso" by Aldemaro Romero performed by the Orquesta Sinfnica de Venezuela conducted byTheodore Kucher.

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El compositor francs Claude Debussy escribi "En blanc et noir" (En blanco y negro) en 1915, durante la Primera Guerra Mundial. Aunque el ttulo parece referirse simplemente a los colores del teclado de un piano, la pieza tiene reconocibles asociaciones no musicales. El movimiento central en particular est dedicado a la memoria de un oficial del ejercito francs que haba fallecido recientemente en medio de la batalla. Son inconfundibles las sugerencias de toques de clarn a lo lejos y ritmos de tamborn muy militares. La seccin central del movimiento cita la conocida coral luterana "Castillo fuerte de nuestro Dios", hecho siniestro y amenazador por su acompaamiento disonante para simbolizar el ejrcito alemn. En esta grabacin escucharemos el do de piano formado por la argentina Martha Argerich y Stephen Kovacevich.

The French composer Claude Debussy wrote "En blanc et noir" (On white and black) in 1915, during the First World War. Although the title seems to refer simply to the colors of the piano keys, the piece has recognizable extra-musical associations. The central movement in particular bears a significant dedication to the memory of a French army officer who had recently been killed in action. There is no mistaking the suggestions of distant bugle calls and quite military drum rhythms. And the central section of the movement prominently quotes the familiar Lutheran chorale melody "A mighty Fortress", rendered sinister and threatening by its dissonant accompaniment to symbolize the German enemy. In this recording we'll hear the piano duo of the Argentinian Martha Argerich with Stephen Kovacevich.

21:19 15:14 Claude Debussy (1862-1918) En blanc et noir
Martha Argerich, piano
Stephen Kovacevich, piano

Est escuchando Tonos Clsicos, el programa de msica clsica con "una conexin latina" desde los estudios de KBBF en Santa Rosa, California. Esa pieza se llam "En Blanco y Negro" de Claude Debussy, interpretada por los pianistas Martha Argerich y Stephen Kovacevich.

You're listening to Classical Tones, the program of classical music "with a Latin connection" from the studios of KBBF in Santa Rosa, California. That piece was called "On White and Black" by Claude Debussy, performed by pianists Martha Argerich and Stephen Kovacevich.

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Ludwig van Beethoven escribi su tercera sonata para chelo en 1808, mismo ao en el que escribi sus sinfonas nmeros quinta y sexta. Fue la primera sonata para chelo que le dio partes igualmente importantes tanto al chelo como al piano. Uno de los chelistas ms famosos de la era moderna fue el espaol Pablo Casals. Sigue a continuacin una grabacin clsica del ao 1930 de la Sonata nmero 3 en la mayor de Beethoven con Pablo Casals acompaado por Otto Schulhoff al piano.

Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his third cello sonata in 1808, the same year he wrote his fifth and sixth symphonies. It was the first cello sonata in history that gave equally-important parts to both the cello and the piano. One of the most famous cellists of the modern era was the Spaniard Pablo Casals. Here he is in a classic recording from 1930 playing the Beethoven Cello Sonata number 3 in A accompanied by Otto Schulhof on the piano.

21:36 20:08 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Op. 69
Pablo Casals, cello
Otto Schulhof, piano (recorded March 6-7, 1930)

La Sonata para Chelo No. 3 en la mayor Opus 69 de Ludwig van Beethoven fue interpretada por Pablo Casals en el chelo y Otto Schulhof al piano en una grabacin del ao 1930.

The Sonata for Cello No. 3 en A major Opus 69 by Ludwig van Beethoven was performed by Pablo Casals on the cello and Otto Schulhof at the piano in a recording from back in 1930.

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21:56 <Theme music>

[Est escuchando Tonos Clsicos, su programa de la msica clsica "con una conexin latina". Regresamos con la segunda hora de esta hermosa msica en un par de minutos.]

[You're listening to Classical Tones, your program of classical music "with a Latin connection". We'll return with the second hour of this beautiful music in a couple minutes.]

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[Me alegro de que haya vuelto a nuestro programa "Tonos Clsicos" desde los estudios de KBBF en Santa Rosa California. Toda la msica tiene alguna conexin con Espaa o Latinoamrica.]

[Welcome back to "Classical Tones" from the Studios of KBBF in Santa Rosa California. All the music has some connection to Spain or Latin America.]

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En la primera hora del programa escuchamos una obra de Ludwig van Beethoven. Johannes Brahms fue otro miembro del famoso grupo llamado las "tres Bs" (Bach, Beethoven y Brahms). Se le considera miembro de la era romntica, pero yo creo que su msica suena mas cercana a la de su predecesor Beethoven, que fue de la era clsica, que a la de sus colegas de la era romntica, como Tchaikovsky. Vamos a or el Concierto para Piano no. 2 en si bemol mayor. Est interpretado por el famoso pianista chileno Claudio Arrau con la Orquesta Concertgebouw de Amsterdam bajo la direccin de Bernard Haitink.

In the first hour of the program we heard a work by Ludwig van Beethoven. Johannes Brahms was another member of the famous "three Bs" (Bach, Beethoven and Brahms). He is considered to belong to the romantic era, but to my ears his music sounds closer to his predecessor Beethoven, who was from the classical era, than to fellow romantic-era composers such as Tchaikovsky for example. We'll hear the Piano Concerto no. 2 in B-flat major featuring the great Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau with the Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam under the direction of Bernard Haitink.

22:02 50:30 Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Concerto #2 in B-flat major
Claudio Arrau, piano
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, Bernard Haitink

El Concierto para Piano no. 2 de Johannes Brahms fue interpretado por Claudio Arrau al piano acompaado por la Orquesta Concertgebouw de Amsterdam bajo la batuta de Bernard Haitink. Y lo escuchamos aqu en el programa Tonos Clsicos, donde disfrutamos de la msica clsica con "una conexin latina" desde los estudios de KBBF en Santa Rosa, California.

The Piano Concerto #2 by Johannes Brahms was performed by Claudio Arrau at the piano backed up by the Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam under the baton of Bernard Haitink. And we heard it here on the program Classical Tones, where we enjoy classical music "with a Latin connection" from the studios of KBBF in Santa Rosa, California.

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El argentino Eduardo Arolas era conocido como "El tigre del bandonen." Compuso su primer tango en 1909, cuando tena tan slo 17 aos y antes de aprender a leer o escribir msica. Ms tarde se traslad a Paris donde muri solo y alcohlico a la edad de 32 aos. Pero escribi mucha msica maravillosa, como esta pieza, llamada "Comme il faut" (como debe ser) interpretada por el Cuarteto San Francisco.

The Argentinian Eduardo Arolas was known as "El tigre del bandonen" (The Tiger of the Bandoneon). He composed his first tango in 1909, when he was just 17 and before he had even learned to read or write music. He later moved to Paris where he died alone and alcoholic at age 32. But he wrote some wonderful music, like this piece, called "Comme il faut" (as it should be) which is played for us by the Quartet San Francisco.

22:53 2:28 Eduardo Arolas (1892-1924) Comme il faut
Quartet San Francisco

Acabamos de escuchar "Comme il faut" de Eduardo Arolas interpretada por el Cuarteto San Francisco.

We just heard "Comme il faul" by Eduardo Arolas performed by the Quartet San Francisco.

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22:56 <Theme music>

[Quisiera darles las gracias por sintonizar con "Tonos Clsicos", el programa de msica clsica desde los estudios de KBBF. Nos reunimos cada semana con dos horas de la mejor msica y msicos de Espaa y Latino Amrica. Soy su presentadora Nora Villanueva, y espero estar con ustedes otra vez la prxima semana.]

[I want to thank you for tuning in to "Classical Tones", the classical music show from the studios of KBBF. We're here every week with two hours of the best music and musicians from Spain and Latin America. This is your host Nora Villanueva, hoping to be with you again next week.]

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