Music by Request for March 14, 2020

Mar 14, 2020

Credit The Hollywood Reporter

Classical IPR can be a constant for you in times of uncertainty.  We will continue to bring you the music you expect whenever you tune in.  Thank you to listeners from nearby and across the country, for helping to curate our program.  Featured on today's playlist was the Overture on Themes from the Wizard of Oz.  

  1. Ludwig van Beethoven,  Second Movment from Concerto No. 5 “The Emperor”  Vladimir Horowitz, RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner
  2. Bob Marley/arr. Sheku Kanneh-Mason, No Woman No Cry, Sheku Kanneh- Mason
  3. Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, Oh, what a beautiful morning from Oklahoma, Bryn Terfel, English Northern Philharmonia
  4. Traditional Spiritual, The little light of mine, Kathleen Battle
  5. Joaquin Rodrigo, Canconeta, Christopher Parkening
  6. Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Russian Easter Overture, Israel Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta
  7. Jacques Offenbach, Excerpts from the Tales of Hoffman, Placido Domingo and Edita Gruberova, National Orchestra of France, Radio Chorus of France, Seiji Ozawa
  8. L.V. Beethoven, Third Movement from Concerto No. 5 “The Emperor” Vladimir Horowitz, RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner
  9. Karl Jenkins, Song of the Plains, Adiemus Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic, Karl Jenkins
  10. Julius Fucik, Winter Storm Waltz, Czech Philharmonic, Vaclav Neumann
  11. Leo Delibes, March and Procession of Bacchus, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Erich Kunzel
  12. Traditional Spiritual, Keep your hands on the plow, Philip Wilder, Chanticleer, Joseph Jennings
  13. Martin Luther, A Mighty Fortress is our God, American Boy Choir, James Litton
  14. Lionel Ritchie and Michael Jackson, We are the World, Pavarotti and Friends
  15. Dmitri Shostakovich, Piano Concerto NO. 2, Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic.
  16. Johann Sebastian Bach, Suite No. 4 in F major, Glenn Gould
  17. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Concert in E flat major for two pianos, Katia and Marielle Labeque, Berlin Philharmonic, Semyon Bychkov
  18. Jeremy Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben E. King, Stand By Me, The Kingdom Choir
  19. Issac Watts/arr. Gilbert Martin, When I survey the wondrous cross, St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong
  20. Nino Rota, Theme from the Godfather, Andre Rieu, Johann Strauss Orchestra
  21. Harold Arlen/arr. James Barnes, Overtures on Themes from the MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack, Wizard of Oz, UTEP Wind Symphony, Ron Hufstader
  22. Alberto Ginastera, Suite de danza criollas, Pola Baytelman
  23. Liu Fang, Spring Rain, Liu Fang
  24. Jill Jackson Miller and Sy Miller, Let there be peace on earth, Cincinnati Boychoir, Christopher Eanes
  25. John Lennon and Paul McCartney/Edited by Joshua Rifken The Royal Beatleworks Music, Baroque Ensemble. Of Mercyside, Joshua Rifken
  26. Traditional Spiritual/John Newton, Amazing Grace, Bishop Yvette A Flunder with Chanticleer
  27. Stephen Foster, Hard times come again no more, Renee Fleming with Bill Frissell
  28. Leonard Cohen, Hallelujah, Sheku Kanneh Mason, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla
  29. Antonin Dvorak, Largo from Symphony No. 9, “New World” Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan
  30. Bill Monroe, Bill Monroe Medley, Modern Mandolin Quartet
  31. Jorge Ben/arr. Sergio Assad,  Mas que nada, Milos Karadaglic
  32. Antonio Carlos Jobim/arr.  Sergio Assad,  Girl from Ipanema, Milos Karadaglic