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Music By Request playlist for August 5, 2017

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Thanks to listeners in Alden, Suttons Bay, Big Rapids, Holland, Cadillac, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Felix Mendelssohn, Nocturne from A Midsummer Night’s Dream; George Szell/Cleveland Orchestra

2. Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 9 (final movement, second half); Kurt Masur/Gewandhaus Orchestra and Radio Chorus

3. John David, You Are the New Day; King’s Singers

4. Sergei Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto no. 3 (final movement); Seiji Ozawa/New York Philharmonic/Andre Watts

5. Arvo Pärt, Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten; Angèle Dubeau/La Pieta

6. Franz Liszt, Les Preludes; Zubin Mehta/Berlin Philharmonic

7. Paule Maurice, Tableaux de Provence (fourth and fifth movements); Mario Bernardi/CBC Vancouver Orchestra/Julia Nolan

8. Morris Stoloff, Moonglow and Theme from Picnic; Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra

9. Moses Hogan, “Ride on, King Jesus” and “I Am His Child”; Andre Thomas/World Youth Choir

10. Alain Boubil & Claude-Michel Schonberg, “Bui Doi” from Miss Saigon; Original London Cast Recording

11. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Capriccio Italien; Lorin Maazel/Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

12. Alain Boubil & Claude-Michel Schonberg, “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables; Patti LuPone

13. Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 2 (third movement); Leonard Bernstein/New York Philharmonic

14. Felix Mendelssohn, Overture from A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Peter Maag/London Symphony Orchestra

15. Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Trumpet Concerto (third movement); German Chamber Philharmonic of Bremen/Alison Balsom

16. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, August from The Seasons; Wu Han

17. Eric Ewazen, Trio for trumpet, violin, and piano (third and fourth movements); Philip Smith/Sharon Yamada/Joseph Turrin

18. Quarantotto & Sartori, “Con te partiro (Time to say goodbye)”; Sarah Brightman & Andrea Boccelli

19. Harry Partch, Windsong; performed by the composer

20. Gaetano Donizetti, “Una furtiva lagrima” from The Elixir of Love; Richard Bonynge/English Chamber Orchestra/Luciano Pavarotti

21. Francis Poulenc, Oboe sonata (second movement); Maurice Bourgue/Pascal Rogé

22. Ian Anderson/John O’Hara/Johann Sebastian Bach, We Used to Bach (We Used to Know & Prelude in C Major); Anderson, O’Hara, and Carducci String Quartet

23. George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue; Leonard Bernstein (soloist and conductor)/New York Philharmonic

24. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piano sonata no. 7 (first movement); Elizabeth Rich

25. Rebecca Clarke, Viola sonata (first movement); Hillary Herndon & Bernadette Lo

26. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Agnus Dei from the Coronation Mass; Agnes Grossman/Vienna Boys Choir & Vienna Chamber Orchestra

27. George Frederic Handel, “See, the conquering hero comes” from Judas Maccabeus; Charles Farncome/Handel Opera Society Chorus & Orchestra

Dr. Amanda Sewell is IPR's music director.