Music from Turkey 2002, Part I

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Program: #02-20   Air Date: May 20, 2002

The glories of the European musical world circa 1700 with a concert by the Venice Baroque Orchestra.

NOTE: Our series of Music from Turkey is made
possible in part by The American-Turkish Council in
cooperation with the Istanbul International Music Festival,
one of the world's leading music festivals, this year
celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Additional support comes from Raymond James, listening
to investors since 1962: Independent investment and
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This concert, from the Istanbul Festival 2001, features
The Venice Baroque Orchestra directed by Andrea Marcon.
The recording was made in the Aya Irini, the 6th century
basilica located on the grounds of the Topkapi Palace.

ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741): Giustino: Sinfonia in C, RV 717.

VIVALDI: Concerto for Strings and Basso Continuo in g minor, RV 157.

ALESSANDRO MARCELLO (1684-1750): Concerto No. 1 in D, "La Cetra"

VIVALDI: Concerto for 2 Oboes, Strings, & Basso Continuo in d minor, RV 535

VIVALDI: The Four Seasons: Violin Concerto in g minor, "Summer"
Violin Concerto in f minor, "Winter"

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