Music by Request playlist for January 26, 2019

Jan 26, 2019

Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1954
Credit Wikimedia Commons

Thanks to listeners in Charlevoix, Manistee, Traverse City, Northport and many other places for your requests this week. See below for the complete list of requests.

1. Martin Ellerby, Paris Sketches; Eugene Corporon/North Texas Wind Symphony

2. Antonio Vivaldi, Spring from the Four Seasons violin concertos; Nicholas Kraemer/Raglan Baroque Orchestra/Monica Huggett

3. Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Lark Ascending; Barry Wordsworth/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Janine Jansen

4. Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sinfonia Antarctica (first movement); Bernard Haitink/London Philharmonic Orchestra

5. Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano sonata no. 14 “Moonlight” (first movement); Annie Fischer

6. John Rutter, Beatles Concerto (first movement); composer conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Peter Rostal & Paul Schaefer

7. John Williams, main title from Star Wars; composer conducting the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra

8. Chaplin & Jolson (after Ionovici), The Anniversary Song; Al Jolson

9. Julia Ward Howe, The Battle Hymn of the Republic; United States Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus

10. Johannes Brahms, Ein Deutches Requiem (second movement); Sir Simon Rattle/Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Radio Chorus

11. Amilcare Ponchielli, Dance of the Hours; Silvio Varviso/Dresden State Orchestra

12. Michel Legrand, Windmills of my Mind; Angèle Dubeau/La pietà

13. Franz Schubert, Impromptu no. 3 in B-flat major; Andreas Haefliger

14. Johann Sebastian Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor; E. Power Biggs

15. Giuseppe Verdi, Act I trio from Nabucco; Cornell MacNeil, Leoni Rysanek, Rosalind Elias

16. Camille Saint-Saens, Carnival of the Animals; Eugene Ormandy/Philadelphia Orchestra

17. Johann Strauss II, Gypsy Baron Overture; Christian Thielemann, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

18. Emil Waldteufel, The Skaters’ Waltz; Felix Slatkin/Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra

19. Maurice Ravel, Bolero; Claudio Abbado/London Symphony Orchestra

20. AC/DC, Thunderstruck; 2CELLOS

21. Scotland the Brave, Grand Traverse Pipes and Drums

22. after Edward Elgar, Lux Aeterna (Nimrod); Voces8

23. Claude Smith, Eternal Father, Strong to Save (Navy hymn); United States Navy Band

24. Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Phantom of the Opera (title); Barry Wordsworth/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Julian Lloyd Webber

25. after Jethro Tull, Aquafugue (Aqualung); Carducci String Quartet/Ian Anderson

26. Giacomo Puccini, Nessun dorma (from Turandot); Mario Lanza

27. John Williams, Midway March; composer conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra

[bonus] Ruggero Leoncavallo, Vesti la giubba (from Pagliacci); Maria Lanza

28. Giuseppe Verdi, Triumphal March (from Aida); The President's Own United States Marine Band