Premiere Cellist Zuill Bailey Plays Mostly Schumann -- and Some Brahms
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The joyous sounds of the Washington Symphonic Brass herald in the holidays with their festive annual concert of international seasonal favorites. In fact, this area tradition's become so popular that the WSB decided to release a version of the show on CD -- though there's nothing like hearing those horns live. Home for the Holidays celebrates Christmas music from around the world, with carols and songs from Norway, France, Germany, Russia, Poland and even an Appalachian traditional from the U.S. This acclaimed area ensemble features the region's finest players on tuba, percussion, horns, trumpets and low brass, which makes for a stirring symphonic performance. Learn More
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I've seen Zuill Bailey before and always enjoy his music. I was a tiny bit disappointed that three of the numbers in the second half were piona solos. While I love the piano, and she did a wondeful job, I came to hear Bailey play and would have enjoyed hearing him play the entire time. Neither the program or the online description indicated that he would sit out a few songs.
What's on the Program:
Five Pieces in Folk Style
Adagio and Allegro in A-flat Major
Arabesque in C Major
Carnival Scenes from Vienna
Intermezzo in A Major, Op. 118, No. 2
Ballade in G minor, Op. 118, No. 3
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