Continuing from yesterday, our second special hour with Joshua Bell begins at noon. Joshua Bell plays a solo sonata by his teacher's teacher, Eugene Ysaye, and teams up with pianist Sam Haywood for the violin sonata by Cesar Franck. And he talks about stamina and, separately, fate. Joshua Bell in conversation and in concert in Columbus, today 12:00-1:00 on GPB.
|Bach, J.S.||Flute Sonata in G minor, BWV 1020, arranged for violin and harp||Lara St. John, Marie-Pierre Langlamet||Ancalagon 139||iTunes Link|
|Beethoven, L.v.||Symphony No. 7 in A major||Royal Flemish Phil, Herreweghe||PentaTone 5186 315||iTunes Link|
|Ysaye, E.||Sonata in D minor for solo violin, Op. 27/3, "Ballade"||Joshua Bell, Sam Haywood||Recorded live in concert November 17, 2011 at the RiverCenter for Performing Arts, Columbus, Ga.|
|Franck, C.||Violin Sonata in A major||Joshua Bell, Sam Haywood||Recorded live in concert November 17, 2011 at the RiverCenter for Performing Arts, Columbus, Ga.|
|Saint-Saens, C.||Violin Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Op. 75: mvts 3-4||Joshua Bell, Jeremy Denk||Sony 88697820262||iTunes Link|
|Krommer, F.||Concerto for Two Clarinets and Orchestra, Op. 35||Stanley and Naomi Drucker, Martinu Phil, Tiboris||Elysium 714|
|Smetana, B.||Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15||Weiss Kaplan Newman Trio||Bridge 9362||iTunes Link|