Archive of Anthony Newman at Large #0034
There’s no doubt that he’s fleet of foot and finger, but on this week’s Pipedreams broadcast Anthony Newman shows that his imagination is every bit as quick. We’ll hear him in works by Bach recorded in New York and Poland; in two concertos by Handel played with extravagant embellishments in concert with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; in some French miniatures presented at the Performing Arts Center in Naples, Florida; and in several of his own compositions and in duet performances with his wife Mary Jane. Don’t miss these imaginative insights and intrepid interpretations from one of America’s foremost virtuoso talents and thinkers.
G.F. HANDEL: Organ Concerto Number 1 in g, Opus 4, number 1 –Anthony Newman (1990 Visser-Rowland/Wooddale Church, Eden Prairie, MN) with Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Pipedreams Archive recorded November 18, 1992
LOUIS MARCHAND: Trumpet Tune. LOUIS-NICOLAS CLERAMBAULT: Basse de trompette. LULL: Trumpet Tune. JEAN-JOSEPH MOURET: March. ANTHONY NEWMAN: Grand Intrada in C –Anthony Newman (1990 Casavant Frères/Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL) Pipedreams Archive recorded December 29, 1994
ANTHONY NEWMAN: Chorale-prelude, Come, sweet death; Angel-song, Is there any care in heaven?, from The Lives and Times of Angels –Danielle Strausss, soprano; Anthony Newman; Pipedreams Archive recording
FRANÇOIS COUPERIN: The Windmills of Paris –Anthony Newman (1990 Casavant Frères/Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL) Pipedreams Archive recorded December 29, 1994
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Hymn, Glorious things of thee are spoken –Collegium Antikquum Ensemble, Mary Jane Newman, conductor; Anthony Newman (Berkshire; 1993 Russell additions/Mount Kisco Presbyterian, Mount Kisco, NY) Becker CD-940
Since this program was originally issued, Mr. Newman has released two new compact discs, one devoted to Great Works for Organ by Bach on Albany TROY357, and the other, Kleos Classics CD-5107, devoted to some of his own compositions