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Cho-Liang Lin and Jon Kimura Parker lead a program featuring the first published work of a young Beethoven, the Texas premiere of an American Sonata, and a Quartet in which Brahms contemplates suicide for lost love.
Piano Trio in Eb Major, Opus 1, No 1....L. van Beethoven Violin sonata (Texas premiere)....John Harbison Piano Quartet in C minor, Opus 60....J. Brahms
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Prelude Op.32 No.12 in G# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.23 No.4 in D Major....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.3 No.2 in C# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Piano Sonata 1.X.1905....Leoš Janáček Spanish Rhapsody....Franz Liszt Piano Sonata....Elizabeth Younan Sonata in B minor....Franz Liszt
What was that Brahms piece that Leon Fleischer played way back in February of 2003? Now there's a way to find out the answer to all those burning
questions you've had about previous seasons right here!