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Music by Request playlist for August 26, 2017

National Gallery of Art

Thanks to listeners in Alanson, Wellston, Glen Arbor, St. Ignace, Prudenville, and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Gerald Finzi, Eclogue for Piano and Strings; Howard Griffiths/Northern Sinfonia/Peter Donohoe

2. Danny Wright, Softly as I Leave You (closing theme for Repose with Frank Slaughter)

3. Septimus Winner, Listen to the Mockingbird; Dodworth Saxhorn Band

4. Harold Arlen, Get Happy; Jenny Lin

5. Antonin Dvorak, Symphony no. 5 (third movement); Mariss Jansons/Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra

6. Georg Philip Telemann, Trio Sonata in E minor; members of Collegium Musicum 90

7. Aaron Copland, Buckaroo Holiday from Rodeo; Antal Dorati/Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra

8. Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn of the Republic; US Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants

9. Antonio Vivaldi, Autumn from the Four Seasons; Orpheus Chamber Orchestra/Sarah Chang

10. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Capriccio italien; Charles Dutoit/Montreal Symphony Orchestra

11. Franz Lehar, Yours is My Heart Alone; Mario Lanza

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

13. William Grant Still, Mother and Child; Rachel Barton Pine and Matthew Hagle

14. Frank Ticheli, There Will Be Rest; Lester Siegel/Sursum Corda

15. Kent & Burton, White Cliffs of Dover; Tony Osbourne and his Orchestra/Vera Lynn

16. Ludwig von Beethoven, Choral Fantasy; Rafael Kubelik/Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus/Rudolf Serkin

17. Bill Monroe medley; Modern Mandolin Quartet

18. Ennio Morricone, music from The Mission; Angèle Dubeau and La Pieta

19. Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Trumpet Concerto; Terje Tonnesen/Norwegian Chamber Orchestra/Tine Thing Helseth

20. Ian Anderson & John O’Hara, In the Past; Carducci String Quartet

21. Daniel Auber, Crown Diamonds overture; Paul Paray/Detroit Symphony Orchestra

22. Aaron Copland, Variations on a Shaker Hymn from Appalachian Spring; Leonard Slatkin/St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

23. Dan Forrest, Requiem for the Living (second movement); Ensemble Leszcynski

24. Franz Schubert, Trout Quintet (first movement); Stephen Lubin and  the Academy of Ancient Music Chamber Ensemble

25. My Country ‘tis of Thee; Aretha Franklin

26. Malcolm Arnold, Scottish Dances; Jerry Junkin/Dallas Wind Symphony

27. Josef Strauss, Music of the Spheres Waltz; Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

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