Music by Request playlist for April 20, 2019

Apr 20, 2019

A 1964 Moog synthesizer.

Thanks to listeners from Richmond, Onekama, Baltimore, Ludington, and many other places for your requests this week!

1. G. F. Handel: Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah; Richard Condie, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Royal Philharmonic

2. Dietrich Buxtehude: Toccata and Fugue in F Major; Francois-Henri Houbart, organist

3. Richard Rodgers: Victory at Sea suite; Lalo Schifrin, San Diego Symphony Pops

4. Alfred Reed: Alleluia, Laudamus Te; Frederick Fennell, Dallas Wind Symphony

5. Spiritual: “Were You There?”; Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp pianist

6. Beethoven – Symphony No. 5 (III. IV.) ; Kent Nagano, Montreal Symphony Orchestra

7. Irving Berlin: Easter Parade; Raoul Poliakin, Poliakin Orchestra and Chorale

8. G. F. Handel: Messiah: Their sound is gone out – Worthy is the Lamb; Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus

9. Carolyn Bremer: Early Light; James F. Keene, Illinois Wind Symphony

10. Franz Lehar: The Merry Widow duet: “Lippen schweigen”; Barbara Hendricks, soprano; Gino Quilico, baritone; Lawrence Foster, Opera Orchestra of Lyon

11. W. A. Mozart: Ave verum corpus; Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

12. Louis Vierne: Symphony for Organ #1 in D minor (V-VI Andante-Final); Michael Murray, organist

13. Julius Fucik: Enter the Gladiators; Elgar Howarth, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble

14. Hans Zimmer: Suite from “Interstellar”; Original film soundtrack

15. Johann Pachelbel: Canon in D; Jean-Francois Paillard, Paillard Chamber Orchestra

16. John Lunn: Downton Abbey suite; Chamber Orchestra of London

17. Peter Matz, arr. – The Lamp is Low (based on Ravel’s Pavane for a dead Princess); Marilyn Maye; Peter Matz, conductor

18. Heitor Villa-Lobos: Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5; Renee Fleming, soprano; Michael Tilson Thomas, New World Symphony

19. Johan Svendsen: Festive Polonaise, Op. 12; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Bjarte Engeset

20. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (V – Ode to Joy section); Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Rundfunkchor Leipzig; soloists: Anna Tomova-Sintow, soprano; Annelies Burmeister, contralto; Peter Schreier, tenor; Theo Adam, bass

21. Bedrich Smetana: the Moldau (Vltava); Maria Graf, harp

22. J. S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat (III. Allegro); Wendy Carlos, Moog synthesizer

23. John Williams: Flying Theme from “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”; John Williams, Boston Pops Orchestra

24. John Rutter: Pie Jesu from Requiem; Caroline Ashton, soprano; John Rutter, London Sinfonia

25. Nico Rojas: Francito y Alfonsito (Cuban guitar music); Marco Tamayo, guitar