Music by Request playlist for May 25, 2019

May 25, 2019

1. Olivier Messiaen,  Quartet for the End of time, Chamber Music Northwest

2. Robert Johnson, Satyr’s Dance, Canadian Brass

3. Sir Edward Elgar, 2 Marches from Pomp and Circumstance, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim

4. Eye of the Tiger, 2 Cellos

5. Daniel Emmet, Dixie Medley, New American Brass Band

6. Igor Stravinsky, Dumbarton Oaks Concerto, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

7. Giuseppi Verdi, Un di, se ben rammentomi from Rigoletto’s Act 3, National Academy Orchestra of St. Cecelia, Renato Bruson

8. Karel Husa, Music for Prague 1968 IV: Toccata and Chorale, Temple University Wind Ensemble, Arthur D. Chodoroff

9. Charles Ives, Variations on America, Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy

10.  Con te partio, Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli

11. Robert Jaeger, Esprit de Corp, Musashino Academy Wind Ensemble, Kenneth Bloomquist

12. America the Beautiful, Samuel A. Ward/Katherine Lee Bates, Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra and Temple Square

13. Philip Glass, Amazon River, Third Coast Percussion

14. Gabriel Faure, Berceuse from the Dolly Suite, Rachel Barton Pine and Matthew Hagle

15. Blackbird, Beatles, The King’s Singers

16. W.A. Mozart, Fantasia in C minor, Glen Gould K. 475

17. Stephen Foster, In the Merry Merry Month of May, New York Vocal Arts Ensemble

18. Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto in A minor, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner, Alan Loveday

19. Hector Berloiz, Symphonie Fantastique, II.  Un Bal, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti

20. Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Leotyne Price

21. Irving Berlin, God Bless America, Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, JoAnn Faletta

22.  Ralph Vaughan Williams, Selections from  Songs of Travel, Bryn Terfel and Malcolm Martineau

23. Richard Rodgers, Victory at Sea Suite, San Diego Symphony Pops Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin

24. Aaron Copland, Final Movement from Symphony No. 3, London Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland

25. Johannes Brahms, Hungarian Dances No. 5-8. Yaara Tal and Andrea Groethuysen

26. Edgar Bainton, And I saw a new heaven, The Sixteen, Harry Christopher

27. John Corgliano, Voyage for Flute and String Orchestra, Paul Edmund-Davies,  I Fiamminghi, Rudolph Werten

28. Samuel Barber,  Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Hilary Hahn, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Hugh Wolff