Music by Request playlist for December 22, 2018

Dec 22, 2018

Thanks to listeners in Petoskey, Scottville, Watervale, Leland and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Traditional, Good King Wenceslas; Sir David Willcocks/Royal College Chamber Choir

2. Miklos Rosza, Nativity from King of Kings; composer conducting unidentified studio orchestra

3. Alfred Reed, Russian Christmas Music; Kenneth Bloomquist/Musashino Academy Wind Ensemble

4. Ralph Vaughan Williams, Fantasia on Christmas Carols; David Hill/Winchester Cathedral Choir/Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

5. Howard Hanson, Dies natalis; Gerard Schwarz/Seattle Symphony Orchestra

6. John Philip Sousa, Salvation Army March; The President’s Own United States Marine Band

7. Camille Saint-Saens, Christmas Oratorio (final three movements); Alain Chabrier/Chamber Orchestra & Madrigals of Lyon

8. Jester Hairston, Mary’s Boy Child; John Rutter/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Melanie Marshall

9. Holiday selections; arranged and performed by the Klezmonauts

10. Christmas medley; arranged and performed by The Revels

11. Michael Praetorius, Lo, how a rose e’er blooming; Jerold Ottley/Mormon Tabernacle Choir/Marilyn Horne

12. Giacomo Puccini, La bohème (start of Act II, including Musetta’s waltz);

13. Vince Guaraldi Trio, Linus and Lucy

14. Franz Schubert, Ave Maria; Charles Gounod, Ave Maria; Ion Marin/London Symphony Orchestra/Cheryl Studer

15. Papageno! (medley of music from Mozart’s The Magic Flute); Anderson & Roe piano duo

16. White Winter Hymnal; Pentatonix

17. Johann Sebastian Bach, Gloria in excelsis Deo (Cantata BWV 191); John Eliot Gardiner/Monteverdi Choir/English Baroque Soloists

18. Engelbert Humperdinck, Prayer from Hansel and Gretel; Kathleen Battle & Frederica von Stade

19. Henry VIII, Green Groweth the Holly; Paul Hillier/Theater of Voices

20. Howard Blake, Walking in the Air; Vaughan Meakins/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Ambrosian Singers

21. I could have danced all night (medley); Craig Hella Johnson/Conspirare

22. Christmas Canon (inspired by Johann Pachelbel); Trans-Siberian Orchestra

23. Il est né le divin enfant; St. Francois Choir of Versailles

24. Traditional, Go Tell it on the Mountain; James Litton/American Boychoir/Atlantic Brass Quintet

25. Brian Sibley, And yet another partridge in a pear tree: A Cautionary Tale for Christmas Showing that it is Better to Give than to Receive; read by Penelope Keith

26. O Come, O Come Emanuel; Robert Shaw Chorale & Orchestra

27. Pietro A. Yon, Gesu bambino; Sir Alexander Gibson/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Jessye Norman

28. Heinrich Schütz, three Christmas motets; René Jacobs/Concerto Vocale

29. Medley of sacred Christmas music; Canadian Brass