Winter Wonderland

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Friday, December 21, 2007

Snow may still be around the corner, but the solstice is upon us. We offer music in tune with the season, as we mark the first day of Winter.

'Tis the Season

At the top of our list is the most famous seasonal music of all, Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" (we focus on "Winter," of course!). Also featured tonight: Samuel Barber's "Must the winter come so soon?" and Valentin Silvestrov's "Winter Evening," as well as other chilly works by Nigel Westlake and Felix ...

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