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THE WILBUR SCHNITKER ARCHIVE

 

VOLUME III

 

DUO PIANO

 

WILBUR AND KATHERINE SCHNITKER, PIANO


WILBUR AND KATHERINE SCHNITKER - DUO-PIANISTS

 

FOUR HANDS - ONE HEART


DISK NUMBER1

 

BACH-Sheep May Safely Graze

BACH-Pastoral

BACH-Sonata G Major

CLEMENTI-Sonata in Bb

WEBER-Invitation to the Dance

SCHUBERT-Allegro from Lebenstrurme

SCHUBERT-Erl King

MENDLESSOHN-Scherzo

BORODIN-Polivtsian Dances

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 2

 

MOZART

Sonata in D Major K. 448

Sonata in F Major, K. 497

Fantasia for Musical Clockwork K. 608

Variations in G major K. 501

Duettino Concertante

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 3

 

MOZART

Larghetto and Allegro in Eb

Rondo in C Major, K. 19d

BRAHMS

Four Liebeslieder Waltzes

Variations on a Theme by Haydn

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 4

 

ST. SAENS-Var. on Theme by Beethoven

CHABRIER-Two Romantic Waltzes

ALBANEZ-Pavana Capriccio, Op. 12

ARENSKY-Valse

GODOWSKY-Alt Wien

LOPEZ-Sonata in C Major

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 5

 

DEBUSSY

En Blanc et noir

Lindaraja

Two Nocturnes

INFANTE

Three Andalusian Dances

BENJAMIN

From San Domingo

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 6

 

RACHMANINOFF

Suite #1

Suite #1

Floods of Spring

Russian Rhapsody

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 7

 

RACHMANINOFF

Symphonic Dances #1,2,3

LISZT

Concerto Pathetique

 

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 8

 

MILHAUD

Carnival at New Orleans

Scaramouche

WARLOCK-Capriol Suite

RIEGGER-New Dance (Finale)

COWELL-Hornpipe

REGER-Var. on a Theme of Mozart

 

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 9

 

POULENC

Capriccio, after “Le bal masque”

Concerto

Elegy

Sonata

HOVHANESS-Two Pieces

FRANCAIX-Five Exotic Dances

SORESINA-Breve Sonata

 

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 10

 

GERSHWIN

I Got Rhythm

Concerto in F (Finale)

Rhapsody in Blue

Porgy and Bess (Grainger)

 

 

 

 

DISK NUMBER 11

 

LOLLIPOPS

BENJAMIN-Jamaican Rhumba

RAVEL-Habanera

TCHAIKOVSKY-Sugar Plum Fairy

STRAUSS-Blue Danube

LECOUNA-Malaguena

DEFALLA-Ritual Fire Dance

COPLAND-Danse Cubano

PORTER-Begin the Beguine

YOUMANS-Tea for Two

ANDERSON-Sleigh Ride

SOUSA-Stars and Stripes Forever


Number 1:

BACH-Sheep May Safely Graze

BACH-Pastoral

BACH-Sonata G Major

CLEMENTI-Sonata in Bb

WEBER-Invitation to the Dance

SCHUBERT-Allegro from Lebenstrurme

SCHUBERT-Erl King

MENDLESSOHN-Scherzo

BORODIN-Polivtsian Dances

 

Number 2:

MOZART

Sonata in D Major K. 448

Sonata in F Major, K. 497

Fantasia for Musical Clockwork K. 608

Variations in G major K. 501

Duettino Concertante

 

Number 3:

MOZART

Larghetto and Allegro in Eb

Rondo in C Major, K. 19d

BRAHMS

Four Liebeslieder Waltzes

Variations on a Theme by Haydn

 

Number 4:

ST. SAENS-Var. on Theme by Beethoven

CHABRIER-Two Romantic Waltzes

ALBANEZ-Pavana Capriccio, Op. 12

ARENSKY-Valse

GODOWSKY-Alt Wien

LOPEZ-Sonata in C Major

 

Number 5:

DEBUSSY

En Blanc et noir

Lindaraja

Two Nocturnes

INFANTE

Three Andalusian Dances

BENJAMIN

From San Domingo

 

Number 6:

RACHMANINOFF

Suite #1

Suite #1

Floods of Spring

Russian Rhapsody

 

Number 7:

RACHMANINOFF

Symphonic Dances #1,2,3

LISZT

Concerto Pathetique

 

Number 8:

MILHAUD

Carnival at New Orleans

Scaramouche

WARLOCK-Capriol Suite

RIEGGER-New Dance (Finale)

COWELL-Hornpipe

REGER-Var. on a Theme of Mozart

 

Number 9:

POULENC

Capriccio, after “Le bal masque”

Concerto

Elegy

Sonata

HOVHANESS-Two Pieces

FRANCAIX-Five Exotic Dances

SORESINA-Breve Sonata

 

Number 10:

GERSHWIN

I Got Rhythm

Concerto in F (Finale)

Rhapsody in Blue

Porgy and Bess (Grainger)

 

Number 11:

LOLLIPOPS

BENJAMIN-Jamaican Rhumba

RAVEL-Habanera

TCHAIKOVSKY-Sugar Plum Fairy

STRAUSS-Blue Danube

LECOUNA-Malaguena

DEFALLA-Ritual Fire Dance

COPLAND-Danse Cubano

PORTER-Begin the Beguine

YOUMANS-Tea for Two

ANDERSON-Sleigh Ride

SOUSA-Stars and Stripes Fore



Wilbur and Katherine Schnitker

Wilbur Schnitker is Musician in Residence, and Emeritus Professor of Music at Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio. He joined the faculty in 1942 and is now musician in residence and emeritus professor of music.

The Schnitker partnership began on the campus of Carthage College where they were student musicians. For more than 60 years their discipline has become legendary. Wilbur has been known to spend intermission of one performance practicing for another.

He earned national prominence during the 1970 bicentennial celebration of Beethoven’s birth, performing the entire cycle of 32 Beethoven sonatas for piano from memory during a two week period.

She is an accomplished pianist and harpsichordist and has presented recitals on both instruments.