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Music By Request playlist for August 19, 2017

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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

Dr. Amanda Sewell is IPR's music director.