Music by Request playlist for November 24, 2018

Nov 24, 2018

From the anime series Fruits Basket
Credit Studio Deen

Thanks to listeners in Falmouth, Ludington, Traverse City, Cadillac and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Zez Confrey, The Wisecracker Suite; Eteri Andjaparidze

2. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, selections from The Nutcracker; Modern Mandolin Quartet

3. Julie Giroux, Just Flyin’; Dennis Fisher/University of North Texas Symphonic Band

4. Frederic Rzewski, The People United Will Never Be Defeated! Ursula Oppens

5. Vince Guaraldi, selections from "A Charlie Brown Christmas"; Canadian Brass

6. Richard Wagner, Pilgrim’s Chorus from Tannhäuser; Silvio Varviso/Leipzig Radio Chorus/Staatskappelle Dresden

7. Zequina Abreu, Tico Tico; Ethel Smith

8. Miklos Rosza, Romanza from "Quo Vadis"; unidentified studio orchestra recording

9. Ritsuko Okazaki, Mysterious Family theme from "Fruits Basket"; performed by the composer

10. Jerry Bock, Fiddler on the Roof cadenza & fantasy; Isaac Stern

11. Hans Zimmer with Lisa Gerrard, selections from "Gladiator"; City of Prague Philharmonic

12. Julius Fucik, Winter Storm Waltz; Vaclav Neumann/Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

13. Heitor Villa-Lobos, Forests of the Amazon (movements 14-16); Alfred Heller/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra/Renee Fleming

14. David Maslanka, Symphony no. 4 (final section); Jerry Junkin/Dallas Wind Symphony

15. Benjamin Britten, Noye’s Fludde (selections); Richard Hickox/Endymion Ensemble/Coull String Quartet

16. Bedrich Smetana, The Moldau; Maria Graf

17. Igor Stravinsky, Tango & Piano Rag; James Tocco

18. Flanders & Swann, Ill Wind (a/k/a I’ve lost my horn)

Bonus: Mozart, Horn concerto no. 4 (third movement); Orpheus Chamber Orchestra/David Jolley

19. Nobuo Uematsu, The Dalmasca Estersand from Final Fantasy VII; Arnie Roth/Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

20. John Rutter, arr., Hark, the Herald Angels Sing & O Come, All Ye Faithful; John Rutter/Cambridge Singers/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

21. Sergei Rachmaninoff, Vespers (Magnificat & Greater Doxology); Stephen Cleobury/Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

22. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Flute concerto no. 1 in G major (first and last movements); Members of the Israel Philharmonic/Laurel Zucker

23. Franz Schubert, Death and the Maiden String Quartet (second movement); Fine Arts Quartet