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Music By Request Playlist for July 22, 2017

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Thank you to listeners in Interlochen Frankfort, Northport, Kingsley, Onekama, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherazade (fourth movement); Charles Dutoit/Montreal Symphony Orchestra

2. Howard Hanson, Symphony no. 2 (first movement); composer conducting the Eastman-Rochester Orchestra

3. Edvard Grieg, Violin sonata no. 1 in C minor (second movement); Augustin Dumay/Maria João Pires

4. Johann Sebastian Bach, Bourree from the E minor Lute suite; version 1: Abeba/version 2: Cary Savage

5. Felix Mendelssohn, Symphony no. 5 (fourth movement); Kurt Masur/Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig

6. Ralph Vaughan Williams, Folk Song Suite; Frederick Fennell/Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra

7. Harrison Birtwistle, “Lie down without fear” from Gawain; Elgar Howarth/Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House

8. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Bei Männern” from the Magic Flute; Walter Berry/Gundula Janowitz

9. John Barry, “Matty was Mary Ann” from Body Heat; Joel McNeely/London Symphony Orchestra

10. Guy d’Hardelot, “Because”; Mario Lanza

11. Takashi Yoshimatsu, Symphony no. 1 (third movement); Sachio Fujioka/BBC Philharmonic

12. Richard Wagner, “Hymn to the Evening Star” from Tannhäuser; James Levine/Met Opera Orchestra/Bryn Terfel

13. Gustav Holst, Jupiter from The Planets; Colin Davis/Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

14. Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn of the Republic; Col. Lowell E. Graham/United States Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants

15. Rodgers & Hammerstein, music from Oklahoma! Original motion picture soundtrack

16. Ronald Binge, Elizabethan Serenade; Ernest Tomlinson/Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

17. Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 2 (final movement, excerpt); Claudio Abbado/Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Arnold Schoenberg Chorus/Cheryl Studer/Waltraud Meier

18. Robert W. Smith, Promising Skies; composer conducting the Illinois Music Educators Association Honors Band and All-State Band

19. Samuel Barber, Adagio for Strings; Leonard Slatkin/St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

20. Franz Schubert, Arpeggione sonata (first movement; arr.); JoAnn Falletta/Robert Alemany

21. Edvard Grieg, Holberg Suite (first and fourth movements); Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

22. Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Lark Ascending; Sir Neville Marriner/Academy of St. Martin in the Fields/Iona Brown

23. Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 2 (second movement); Claudio Abbado/Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

24. Kennedy & Coleman, Riders on the Storm (sixth movement); Kennedy/Prague Symphony Orchestra

25. Rebecca Clarke, Morpheus; Kenneth Martinson/Christopher Taylor

26. David Holsinger, On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss; Eugene Corporon/North Texas Wind Symphony

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