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Introduction: ODYSSEY: The Chamber Music Society in Greece (02:05)

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In this episode of "Live from Lincoln Center," The Chamber Music Society travels to Greece. John R. Hale describes the history behind the Temple of Dionysus. (Credits)

"Andante" from "Sonata for Unaccompanied Violin in A Minor" (05:35)

Aaron Boyd plays the violin solo in the third movement of Johann Sebastian Bach's composition.

About Greece (01:28)

Greece is the cradle of Western musical civilization. The musicians in the Chamber Music Society collaborate in a democratic process. Classical music endures because of its simplicity and symmetry of purpose.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Entrata. Allegro (03:43)

Tara Helen O'Connor, Aaron Boyd, and Paul Neubauer perform the first movement of the Ludwig Von Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Tempo Ordinario d'un Menuetto (05:29)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the second movement of the Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Allegro Molto (02:19)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the third movement of the Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Andante con Variazioni (06:18)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the fourth movement of the Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Allegro Scherzando e Vivace (01:50)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the fifth movement of the Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Adagio - Adagio (01:38)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the first part of the final movement of the Beethoven composition.

"Serenade in D Major for Flute, Violin, and Viola": Allegro Vivace e Disinvolto (04:01)

O'Connor, Boyd, and Neubauer perform the second part of the final movement of the Beethoven composition.

Grecian Art (02:04)

O'Connor discusses the impact of visiting Greece. Symmetry is expressed in nature, architecture, and music. The flutist visits Larissa to perform Claude Debussy's "Syrinx."

"Syrinx for Flute" (03:02)

O'Connor performs the Debussy composition.

"Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques for Voice and Piano": Song to the Bride (02:27)

A musician's job is to capture the most beautiful moments of life through sound. The Chamber Music Society tours a spiritual location. Emily D'Angelo and Wu Han perform the Maurice Ravel composition.

"Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques for Voice and Piano": Yonder by the Church (01:40)

D'Angelo and Han perform the Ravel composition.

"Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques for Voice and Piano": What Gallant Compares with Me (00:52)

D'Angelo and Han perform the Ravel composition.

"Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques for Voice and Piano": Everyone is Joyful! (01:03)

D'Angelo and Han perform the Ravel composition.

Church of the Annunciation (05:38)

Greek folk elements influence George Tsontakis' work. "KnickKnacks" is a violin and viola duet; Boyd and Neubauer perform a portion of the composition.

"Octet in E-Flat major for Strings": Allegro Moderato Ma con Fuoco (15:18)

The composition by Felix Mendelssohn is created for two string quartets and is symmetrical. Musicians include Sean Lee, Danbi Um, Aaron Boyd, Arnaud Sussmann, Matthew Lipman, Paul Neubauer, David Finckel, Dmitri Atapine.

"Octet in E-Flat major for Strings": Andante (06:54)

Lee, Um, Boyd, Sussmann, Lipman, Neubauer, Finckel, and Atapine play the second movement of the Mendelssohn composition.

"Octet in E-Flat major for Strings": Scherzo: Allegro Leggierissimo (03:36)

Lee, Um, Boyd, Sussmann, Lipman, Neubauer, Finckel, and Atapine play the third movement of the Mendelssohn composition.

"Octet in E-Flat major for Strings": Presto (06:21)

Lee, Um, Boyd, Sussmann, Lipman, Neubauer, Finckel, and Atapine play the final movement of the Mendelssohn composition.

Conclusion: Odyssey: The Chamber Music Society in Greece (01:32)

Delphi is located on the south slope of Mount Parnassus. Musicians describe the impact of the trip to Greece.

Credits: ODYSSEY: The Chamber Music Society in Greece (00:59)

Credits: ODYSSEY: The Chamber Music Society in Greece

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Ancient Greece is described as the birthplace of the Classical tradition. The Chamber Music Society takes its extraordinary musicians to this region of the world, performing works by Mendelssohn, Beethoven and others in iconic settings.

Length: 87 minutes

Item#: BVL203118

Copyright date: ©2019

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