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Music By Request playlist for August 19, 2017

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Thanks to listeners in Mancelona, Omena, Petoskey, Cedar, Alanson, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Philip Glass, Mad Rush; performed by the composer

2. Ward & Bates, America the Beautiful; Denyce Graves

3. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1812 Overture; James DePreist/Oregon Symphony

4. Alfred Reed, Alleluia Laudamus Te; Frederick Fennell/Dallas Wind Symphony

5. Jules Massenet, Meditation from Thaïs; Chen Yi/Lars Hannibal

6. Michael Balfe, “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls”; Elina Garanča

7. Ralph Vaughan Williams, Serenade to Music; Robert Spano/Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

8. Johann Sebastian Bach, Brandenburg Concerto no. 4; Jean Lamon/Tafelmusik

9. Antonin Dvorak, Romance in F minor; Seiji Ozawa/Boston Symphony Orchestra/Itzhak Perlman

10. Ferde Grofé, On the Trail; John Williams/Boston Pops Orchestra

11. Frank Carle, Carle Boogie; Frank Carle and his Orchestra

12. Miller & Jackson Miller, “Let there be peace on earth”; Harlem Boys Choir

13. John Rutter, The Lord is My Shepherd from the Requiem Mass; composer conducting the Cambridge Singers and London Sinfonia

14. Vincenzo Bellini, “Casta diva” from Norma; Joan Sutherland

15. Antonin Dvorak, “O lovely moon” from Rusalka; Christoph Eschenbach/Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Renee Fleming

16. Thomas Newman, end title from The Shawshank Redemption; original motion picture soundtrack

17. Alexandre Desplat, music from the Grand Budapest Hotel; original motion picture soundtrack

18. Richard Wagner, Overture to Act I of Lohengrin; George Szell, Cleveland Orchestra

19. Traditional, We Shall Overcome; Dashon Burton/Nathaniel Gumbs

20. Christopher Ferreira, The Dancer, Goodnight Moon, and Debut; performed by the composer

21. Johannes Brahms, German Requiem (fourth movement); James Levine/Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

22. Giuseppe Verdi, final tomb scene from Act IV of Aïda; Placido Domingo and Leontyne Price

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

24. Enrique Granados, Spanish Dance no. 2; Alicia de la Rocha

25. Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Lark Ascending; Barry Wordsworth/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Janine Jansen

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