Music by Request playlist for May 19, 2018

May 19, 2018

Charles Wild, Interior of St. George's Cathedral, Windsor Castle
Credit Fine Art America

Thanks to listeners in Irons, Kaleva, Branch, Northport and many other places for your requests this week.

1. Felix Mendelssohn, Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Eugene Ormandy/Philadelphia Orchestra

2. Sir William Walton, excerpts from Henry V; Andrew Litton/Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

3. Martin Luther, A Mighty Fortress is Our God; James Litton/American Boy Choir

4. Benech & Dumont, Du gris; Baguette Quartette

5. Leonard Cohen, Hallelujah; Renee Fleming

6. Alexander Borodin, In the Steppes of Central Asia; Esa-Pekka Salonen/Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

7. Zequinha de Abreu, Tico Tico; The Bando Carioca/Ethel Smith

8. John Rutter, Two Anthems; composer conducting the City of London Sinfonia & Cambridge Singers

9a. George Frideric Handel, God Save the King; Stephen Cleobury/Choir of King’s College, Cambridge/Academy of Ancient Music.

9b. Ludwig van Beethoven, Variations on God Save the King; Olli Mustonen

10. Henryk Gorecki, Harpsichord Concerto; Marcus Stenz/London Sinfonietta/Elzbieta Chojnacka

11. Richard Rodgers, selections from Victory at Sea; Robert Russell Bennett/RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra

12. Sir William Walton, Crown Imperial; Paul Daniel/English Northern Philharmonia

13. Joaquin Rodrigo, Fantasia para un gentilhombre (second and third movements); Lawrence Foster/Lausanne Chamber Orchestra/Sharon Isbin

14. Alexandre Desplat, music from The Grand Budapest Hotel original motion picture soundtrack

15. Johann Sebastian Bach, Cello Suite no. 6 (selections); Zuill Bailey

16. Sir Edward Elgar, Pomp and Circumstance Marches nos. 1 & 3; William Boughton/English String Orchestra

17. Traditional, Didn’t it rain; Chanticleer & Bishop Yvette Flunder

18. Thomas de Hartmann, Koladky (Eve of the Epiphany); Amstel Saxophone Quartet

19. Johannes Brahms, Hungarian Dances nos. 11-15; Duo Tal & Groethuysen

20. Howard Hanson, Song of Democracy; US Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants

21. Jethro Tull, Bungle; Ian Anderson & Carducci String Quartet

22. Foster & Sager, The Prayer; Charlotte Church & Josh Groban

23. Ludwig Göransson, end titles from Black Panther; original motion picture soundtrack

24. Claude Debussy, Two Arabesques; Maria Graf

25. Traditional, I’ll fly away; Alison Krauss & Gillian Welch

26. George Frideric Handel, My Heart is Inditing; Sir Neville Marriner/Academy & Chorus of St Martin the Fields

27. Aaron Copland, El salon Mexico; Keith Lockhart/Boston Pops Orchestra