Music By Request playlist for November 16, 2019

Nov 16, 2019

Louis Elbel, Composer of "The Victors"
Credit University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library

  1. Maurice Ravel, Bolero, Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan
  2. Johann Sebastian Bach, Goldberg Variations, Gwendolyn Toth
  3. American Shaker Song/John Rutter, Lord of the Dance, Cambridge Singers
  4. Robert Schumann, Piano Sonata in B Flat, Vladimir Horowitz
  5. Louis Vierne, Finale from Symphony No. 1 Op. 14, Michael Murray
  6. Phillip Glass, Company, London Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Warren-Green
  7. Giuseppi Verdi, Vieni! t’afreeta! Accendere, from Macbeth, Leonie Rysanek, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf
  8. Gioaccchino Rossini, Una voce poco fa from The Barber of Seville, Kathleen Battle, The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Claudio Abbado
  9. Giacomo Puccini, Nessun Dorma from Turandot, Mario Lanza, The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
  10. Louis Elbel, The Victors, University of Michigan Marching Band
  11. Modest Mussorgsky, Tears, Brett Deubner and Gary Kirkpatrick
  12. Vangelis, Conquest of Paradise, Boston Pops Orchestra, John Williams
  13. Emil Nikolous von Reznicek, Donna Diana Overture, Vienna Philharmonic, Claudio Abbado
  14. Jacob Van Eyck, Bravade, Heiko ter Schegget
  15. Gian Carlo Menotti, Ah! Michelle, don’t you know from the Saint of Bleeker St, Julia Melinek
  16. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ein Kleine Nachtmusik, Kremlin Chamber Orchestra, Misha Rachlevsky
  17. Reyhaldo Hahn, A Chloris, Gretchen Van Hoesen and Noah Bendix-Balgley
  18. Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, Make Believe from Showboat, Voices of Ascension, Dennis Keene
  19. Francis Irving Lankey, Victory for MSU, Michigan State University Marching Band
  20. Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein, Ol’ Man River from Showboat, Paul Robeson
  21. PDQ Bach/Peter Schikele, What Hutzpah from Opera in One Irrevocable Act
  22. Joseph Haydn, Symphony in E Flat “The Philosopher”  Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
  23. Frederick Chopin, Nocture Op. 15, Jean Pierre Rampal with  Futaba Inoue
  24. Peter Maxwell Davies, Into the Labryinth, Neil Mackie, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Peter Maxwell Davies
  25. Clara Schumann, Three Romances for Piano, Isata Kanneh-Mason
  26. J.S. Bach, Inventions, BWV 772-786, Simone Dinnerstein