Music by Request playlist for August 12, 2017

Aug 12, 2017

Juan Gris, Harlequin with a Guitar
Credit 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