Symphony New Brunswick will be appearing on February 27 (Saint John), February 28 (Fredericton) and March 1 (Moncton) with conductor Stephane Laforest and violin soloist Jeremy VanSlyke in a concert of light classics, including works by Vivaldi, Bach, Rossini, Brahms, Gershwin, Mancini and more.
You can warm up for the performance by checking out some of the featured works and composers online, using the Naxos Music Library. UNB Libraries is pleased to provide the UNB and STU communities access to the Naxos Music Library, which includes streaming audio recordings of:
- Rossini: Barber of Seville Overture
- Vivaldi: The Seasons, Spring (1st Movement)
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance #5
- Mancini: March with Mancini
- Bach: Orchestral Suite #3, Air
- Gershwin: Nice work if you can get it (feat. Billie Holiday)
- Gerswhin: They can’t take that away from me (feat. Fred Astaire)
You can find even more great recordings by visiting the Naxos Music Library at the UNB Libraries website: select “Reference Materials” from the e-Resources menu, then choose Music from the list of categories.
For more information about Symphony New Brunswick, including upcoming concert and ticket information, visit the Symphony New Brunswick web site.
Please Note: Access to the Naxos Music Library is provided by UNB Libraries and is restricted to members of the UNB and STU university communities (maximum 5 simultaneous users). Playback requires Windows Media Player 9 or later (Mac or PC).
Questions or comments about the Naxos Music Library can be directed to James MacKenzie at the Harriet Irving Library.