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In Brief: Armistice Day Edition

Here is your regular Sunday selection of links to online audio, online video, and other good things in Blogville and Beyond. (After clicking to an audio or video stream, press the "Play" button to start the broadcast.)

  • From the Théâtre des Abbesses in Paris, harpsichordist Céline Frisch plays the first book of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier. [France Musique]

  • Hervé Niquet conducts his ensemble, Le Concert Spirituel, in a program of sacred music by Vivaldi and French Baroque composer Pierre Hugard, in the Eglise Saint-Mathurin de Larchant for the Festival d'Ile de France. [France Musique]

  • Václav Luks conducts the Collegium Vocale 1704 in Jan Dismas Zelenka's Missa Omnium Sanctorum, ZWV 21, recorded last month in the Church of Sts. Simon and Jude in Prague. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • You can watch the production of Berg's Lulu from Brussels, directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski. [De Munt]

  • You can also watch Kent Nagano conduct Jörg Widmann's opera Babylon in Munich. [Bayerische Staatsoper]

  • Violinist Vilde Frang joins the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra for music by Berlioz, Tchaikovsky, Respighi, and Ravel. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • Watch Nicholas Angelich with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin perform a program of music by Robert Schumann: the overture from Genoveva, the piano concerto, and the second symphony. [Cité de la Musique Live]

  • Listen to Mariss Jansons conduct the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in the second and sixth symphonies of Beethoven, plus the premiere of Misato Mochizuki's Nirai. [France Musique]

  • Another concert by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Mariss Jansons, with pianist Yefim Bronfman. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • A third concert by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Mariss Jansons, this time with violinist Janine Jansen and violist Julian Rachlin, in Penderecki's Concerto for Violin and Viola, plus Beethoven's third symphony. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • The continuation of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's Histoires sacrées, performed in the Chapelle Royale de Versailles by Les Arts Florissants. [France Musique]

  • Listen to a recital by pianist Bertrand Chamayou last month, playing music by Liszt and Debussy, at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. [France Musique]

  • Dennis Russell Davies joins the Bruckner Orchester Linz for songs by Schubert, with soprano Juliane Banse and bass Robert Holzer, plus symphonies by Schubert and Balduin Sulzer. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • The Pavel Haas Quartet plays a concert of music by Britten, Smetana, and Schubert in the Auditorium du Louvre. [France Musique]

  • Paavo Järvi conducts the Orchestre de Paris in music by Ravel, Mozart (the K. 491 piano concerto, with Andreas Haefliger), Karol Beffa, and Stravinsky (Rite of Spring). [Cité de la Musique Live]

  • Vladimir Spivakov conducts the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France in the score for Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, with recitations by Julie-Marie Parmentier. [France Musique]

  • From the Festival d’Automne in Paris, a performance of songs by Pierre-Yves Macé, with soprano Natalie Raybould and the composer at the piano, at the Théâtres des Bouffes du Nord. [France Musique]

  • Musicians from the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France join violinist Svetlin Roussev for a chamber music program at the Festival de Laon, with music by Shostakovich, Mendelssohn, and Louis Spohr. [France Musique]

  • Cornelius Meister conducts the ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, in a program of music by David Philip Hefti, Olga Neuwirth, and John Cage (Quartets I-VIII for an orchestra of 93 instruments). [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

  • Have a listen to the Quatuor Zaïde, playing music by Haydn and Bartók. [France Musique]

  • Susanna Mälkki conducts the ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, with violist Antoine Tamestit, Anders Nyqvist on flügelhorn, and Krassimir Sterev on accordion for music by Ligeti, Olga Neuwirth, and Bernhard Gander. [Österreichischer Rundfunk]

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