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Music by Request playlist for August 12, 2017

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Thanks to listeners in Levering, Frankfort, Kaleva, Charlevoix, Traverse City, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Antonin Dvorak, Symphony no. 8 (first movement); Seiji Ozawa/Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

2. Scott Joplin, Magnetic Rag; Joshua Rifkin

3. Dmitri Shostakovich, Symphony no. 5 (second movement); Riccardo Muti/Philadelphia Orchestra

4. Carl Nielsen, Symphony no. 5 (second part of first movement); Neeme Järvi/Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra

5. Felix Mendelssohn, “If with all your hearts” from Elijah; Robert Shaw/Atlanta Symphony Orchestra/Jerry Hadley

6. Cole Porter, “So in love”; Ariel Pocock

7. Jean Sibelius, Rakastava; William Boughton/English String Orchestra

8. Franz Joseph Haydn, Symphony no. 100 (second movement); Frans Brüggen/Orchestra of the 18th Century

9. Jules Massenet, Meditation from Thaïs; JoAnn Falletta/Virginia Symphony/Michael Ludwig

10. Euday Bowman, 12th Street Rag; Canadian Brass

11. Emmerich Kálmán, Act I duet from Die Csardasfürstin; Tamas Brody/Hungarian Radio and Television Orchestra and Chorus/Laszlo Palocz/Robert Ratonyi

12. Ola Gjeilo, North Country; performed by the composer, Johannes Martens, Tom Barber, and David Coucheron

13. Eric Whitacre, Equus; composer conducting the London Symphony Orchestra

14. Samuel A. Ward, America the Beautiful; US Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants

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

16. Randall Thompson, The Pasture from Frostiana; Roberts Wesleyan Chamber Orchestra and Chorale

17. Claude Debussy, Golliwog’s Cakewalk; Gloria Cheng-Cochran

18. Carl Nielsen, Helios Overture; Esa-Pekka Salonen/Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

19. Guy d’Hardelot, Because; Mario Lanza

20. Ian Anderson and John O’Hara, Aquafuge; composers with the Carducci String Quartet

21. Paul Burkhard, O mein Papa; Connie Francis

22. Stephen Sondheim, Send in the Clowns; Barbara Cook

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

24. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Capriccio Italien; Erich Kunzel/Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

25. Johann Christian Bach, Sinfonia (Symphony) op. 6 no. 3; David Zinman/Netherlands Chamber Orchestra

26. Richard Wagner, Tannhäuser overture; Jesús López-Cobos/Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

27. Peter Lutkin, Sevenfold Amen; National Philharmonic Orchestra/London Philharmonic Concert Society

28. Franz Liszt, Les preludes; Zubin Mehta/Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

29. Benjamin Britten, “It is a curious story” from Turn of the Screw; Peter Pears

30. Ernest Bloch, Schelemo: Hebraic Rhapsody; David Zinman/Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/Yo Yo Ma

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Dr. Amanda Sewell is IPR's music director.