The Sounds of Spoleto

Emmanuel Vuillaume

From Charleston, South Carolina, a special edition of Carolina Live. We hear the impressive results of conductor Emmanuel Villaume’s work with the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra. We also take you to the concert halls, churches, and city galleries all over Charleston, for choral, chamber and Renaissance music in intimate spaces.  It's the Sounds of Spoleto 2010, in this episode of Carolina Live!

 

Orlando Gibbons: O Clap Your Hands
Philip Stopford: For the Beauty of the Earth

Renaissance Choral Ensemble


Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending
Yuriy Bekker, violin
Ensemble of St. Clare, Alex Agrest, conductor



Richard Strauss: Overture to Die Fledermaus
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Emmanuel Villaume, conductor



Maurice Ravel: La Valse
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Emmanuel Villaume, conductor



Edward Hart: "The Quiet Hour" String Quartet
Yuriy Bekker, violin; Megan Holland, violin; Jill King, viola; James Holland, cello

Pierre Phalese: Les Bouffons
Anon. Italian: Ben venga maggio Anon.
Catalan: L'amor dona

Steve Rosenberg, guitar
Charleston Pro Musica, College of Charleston Madrigal Singers



Gabriel Faure: Pavane, Op. 50
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Pierre Vallet, conductor



Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B-flat, Op. 60: IV
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Pierre Vallet, conductor



Recorded in concert at:

Circular Congregational Church, Charleston, SC; Galliard Auditorium, Charleston, SC; First Scots Presbyterian Church, Charleston, SC; Mepkin Abbey, Moncks Corner, SC; City Gallery at Waterfront Park, Charleston, SC; Spoleto Festival USA 2010, Charleston, SC


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