Music By Request playlist for February 18, 2017

Feb 18, 2017

Auguste Renoir, The Daughters of Catulle Mendès
Credit Metropolitan Museum of Art

Thanks to listeners in Baldwin, Cadillac, Central Lake, Ann Arbor, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Antonin Dvorak, Symphony no. 4, third movement; Neeme Järvi, Scottish National Orchestra

2. Victor Herbert, “Thine alone”; Beverly Sills

3. Johannes Brahms, Piano sonata no. 2, fourth movement; Marilyn Neeley

4. Andrew Lloyd Webber, “All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera; Barry Wordsworth, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Julian Lloyd Webber

5. Carl Friedemann, Slavonic Rhapsody no. 2; I Salonisti

6. Rodgers & Hammerstein, “Oh what a beautiful morning”; Bryn Terfel

7. Stephen Sondheim, “Children will listen”/”Not while I’m around”; Josh Groban

8. George Melachrino, Winter Sunshine; Gavin Sutherland,Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

9. Johnny Mercer/David Raksin, “Laura”; Frank Sinatra

10. Eric Ewazen, Myths and Legends, first movement; American Horn Quartet

11. Vincenzo Bellini, Qui la voce from I Puritani; Joan Sutherland

12. Jules Massenet, music from Act I of Manon; Angela Gheorghiu & Roberto Alagna

13. David Crittenden, A Scottish Fantasy; Minneapolis Guitar Quartet

14. Johann Strauss, The Venice Carnival; Franz Welser-Möst, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

15. Ennio Morricone, Gabriel’s Oboe; Morricone and his Orchestra

16. Frederic Chopin, Piano concerto no. 1, second movement; Carl Maria Giulini, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Krystian Zimmermann

17. Howard Hanson, Symphony no. 2, third movement; Gerard Schwarz, Seattle Symphony Orchestra

18. Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 6, first movement; Roy Goodman, Hanover Band

19. George Frederic Handel, “Io diro che l’amo” from Xerxes/Serse; Anne Sofie von Otter

20. Heitor Villa-Lobos, Bachianas Brasilieras no. 5; Michael Tilson Thomas, New World Symphony Orchestra, Renee Fleming

21. Carl Nielsen, Helios Overture; Esa-Pekka Salonen, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

22. Antonin Dvorak, Going Home; Grand Traverse Pipes and Drums

23. Aaron Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man; John Williams, Boston Pops Orchestra

24. PDQ Bach (Peter Schickele), Eine kleine Nichtmusik; New York pick-up ensemble

25. Arturo Marquez, Danzon no. 2; Alondra de la Parra, Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas

26. Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” from Evita; Sarah Brightman

27. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Russian Easter Festival Overture; William Boughton, Philharmonia Orchestra

28. Camille Saint-Saens, Symphony no. 3, finale; James Levine, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Simon Preston

29. Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano sonata no. 14, first movement; Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer, Gary Hoffman

30. Christoph Willibald Gluck, Dance of the Blessed Spirits from Orpheus & Eurydice; Xavier de Maistre