Music by Request playlist for June 2, 2018

Jun 2, 2018

Martin Drolling - Painting and Music (Portrait of the Artist's Son)
Credit Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Thanks to listeners in Beulah, Boyne City, Harbor Springs, Irons and many other places for your requests this week.

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

2. George Frederic Handel, Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in E major; Murray Perahia

3. John Novacek, Intoxication Rag (performed in IPR’s Studio A)

4. Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 6 (second movement); Kent Nagano/Montreal Symphony Orchestra

5. Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 4 (third movement); Seiji Ozawa/Boston Symphony Orchestra

6. Jerry Bilik, American Civil War Fantasy; River City Brass Band

7. Sergei Prokofiev, Ivan the Terrible (selections); Riccardo Muti/Philharmonia Orchestra/Ambrosian Opera Chorus

8. Alan Menken, main titles from Beauty and the Beast; original motion picture soundtrack

9. Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL; The Red Capes are Coming from Batman vs. Superman; original motion picture soundtrack

10. George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue; Kristjan Järvi/ Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra/Simone Dinnerstein

11. Michael Torke, Bright Blue Music; David Zinman/Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

12. Frank Ticheli, Angels in the Architecture; Reed Thomas/MTSU Wind Ensemble/Lara Speiser

13. Arnold Schoenberg, Transfigured Night (final Adagio section); Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

14. John Novacek, Improvisation on Ponce’s Estrellita; performed by the composer

15. Bela Fleck & Edgar Meyer, Pile-up; performed by the composers

16. Sir Edward Elgar, Pomp and Circumstance March no. 1; Giuseppe Sinopoli/Philharmonia Orchestra

17. Stephen Paulus, I Have Called You By Name; Eric Holtan/True Concord Voices & Orchestra

18. Walter Mourant, The Pied Piper; Stuart Bedford/Northern Sinfonia of England

19. Andrew Lloyd Webber, Memory; Sarah Brightman

20. Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Lark Ascending; Sir Colin Davis/London Symphony Orchestra

21. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piano Concerto no. 14; Sir Jeffrey Tate/English Chamber Orchestra/Mitsuko Uchida

22. Johannes Brahms, Hungarian Dances nos. 12-16- ; Yaara Tal & Andreas Groethuysen