Tracklist

CD 1: Gregorianik, Renaissance
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Adorate Deum (Introitus)
[unknown] 4:05
2 Gustate et videte (Psalm 33)
[unknown] 3:32
3 Kyrie eleison (Litania)
[unknown] 1:35
4 Si quis semonem (Psallenda)
[unknown] 1:29
5 Gloria in excelsis (Hymnus)
[unknown] 2:49
6 O Euchari
Hildegard von Bingen 8:51
7 O pastor animarum
Hildegard von Bingen 1:28
8 Ai tal domna
Berenguier de Palou 3:26
9 Quan vei la lauzeta mover
Bernart de Ventadorn 6:05
10 Palästina-Lied
Walther von der Vogelweide 3:11
11 Jay grant espoir
[unknown] 2:48
12 Ce jour de l'an
Guillaume Dufay 2:20
13 Ay je rien fet
Alexander Agricola 3:12
14 Missa L'homme armé Kyrie
Johannes Ockeghem 3:08
15 Sephardisches Lied: A la nana
[unknown] 3:13
16 Missa Papae Marcelli, Kyrie
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 4:37
17 Kyrie
Orlande de Lassus 3:15
18 A Mask: The Fairest Nymph
Orlando Gibbons 1:34
19 Nigra sum
Claudio Monteverdi 3:21
20 L'Orfeo - Toccata
Claudio Monteverdi 1:55
21 Prolog
Claudio Monteverdi 7:21
22 Ecco pur ch'a voi (Orpheus)
Claudio Monteverdi 1:11
CD 2: Barock
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Concerto E-Dur, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Frühling": I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:33
2 Concerto E-Dur, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Frühling": II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 2:39
3 Concerto E-Dur, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Frühling": III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 4:22
4 Concerto f-Moll, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 297 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Winter": I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi 3:30
5 Concerto f-Moll, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 297 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Winter": II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 2:20
6 Concerto f-Moll, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 297 "Die vier Jahreszeiten: Winter": III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:17
7 Gloria D-Dur, RV 589: I. Gloria
Antonio Vivaldi 4 2:49
8 Gloria D-Dur, RV 589: IV. Gratias agimus tibi
Antonio Vivaldi 3 1:17
9 Gloria D-Dur, RV 589: VI. Domine Deus, Rex caelestis
Antonio Vivaldi 3 4:02
10 Gloria D-Dur, RV 589: XII.Cum Sancto Spiritu
Antonio Vivaldi 3 3:22
11 Der Messias, HWV 56: Part I, I. Ouvertüre
Georg Friedrich Händel 3:11
12 Der Messias, HWV 56: Part I, IV. And the Glory of the Lord
Georg Friedrich Händel 2:44
13 Der Messias, HWV 56: Part I, XIII. Pifa
Georg Friedrich Händel 1:03
14 Der Messias, HWV 56: Part I, XVIII. Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion
Georg Friedrich Händel 4:04
15 Der Messias, HWV 56: Part II, XLIV. Hallelujah
Georg Friedrich Händel 3:42
16 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Part I, I. Choral "Kommt, ihr Töchter, helft mir klagen!"
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:40
17 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Part I, 13. Arie "Ich will dir mein Herze schenken"
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:45
18 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Part II, 39. Arie "Erbarme dich, mein Gott!"
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:13
19 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Part II, 68. Choral "Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder"
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:32
20 Sonate No. 1 g-Moll, BWV 1001: IV. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:48
21 Suite No. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007: I. Prélude
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:30
CD 3: Barock
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Brandenburgisches Konzert No. 2 F-dur, BWV 1047: I. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:29
2 Brandenburgisches Konzert No. 2 F-dur, BWV 1047: II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:13
3 Brandenburgisches Konzert No. 2 F-dur, BWV 1047: III. Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:43
4 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Chor "Jauchzet, frohlocket!"
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:13
5 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Arie "Bereite dich, Zion"
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:14
6 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Chor "Wie soll ich dich empfangen"
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:20
7 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Chor "Ach, mein herzliebes Jesulein!"
Johann Sebastian Bach 0:56
8 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Arie "Flößt, mein Heiland"
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:18
9 Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248: Chor "Ich steh' an deiner Krippen hier"
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:19
10 Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, Buch 1 No. 1 C-dur, BWV 846: Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:24
11 Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, Buch 1 No. 1 C-Dur, BWV 846: Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:48
12 Das Musikalische Opfer, BWV 1079: Ricercar a 3
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:33
13 Das Musikalische Opfer, BWV 1079: Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:25
14 Das Musikalische Opfer, BWV 1079: Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:04
15 Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: I. Contrapunctus
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:25
16 Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: IX. Contrapunctus
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:46
17 Partita No. 3, BWV 1006: Präludium
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов 3:15
18 Konzert f-moll, BWV 1056: Largo
Alfred Cortot 3:04
19 Cantata No. 147 "Jesu bleibet meine Freude"
Myra Hess 3:11
20 Toccata C-dur, BWV 564: Intermezzo
Ferruccio Busoni 4:36
CD 4: Klassik
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Klaviersonate Es-dur, Hob. XVI:49: Allegro
Joseph Haydn 6:52
2 Streichquartett No. 77 Op. 76,3 C-dur: Poco adagio
Joseph Haydn 7:46
3 Sinfonie No. 31 D-dur: Allegro
Joseph Haydn 4:59
4 Sinfonie No. 1 Es-dur, KV 16: Molto allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:09
5 Sinfonie No. 1 Es-dur, KV 16: Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:52
6 Sinfonie No. 1 Es-dur, KV 16: Presto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:11
7 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: Ouvertüre
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:17
8 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: "Bravo, mein gnädiger Gebieter..." (Figaro)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 0:56
9 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: "... will der Herr Graf..." (Figaro)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:34
10 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: "Hör mein Flehn, o Gott der Liebe" (Gräfin)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:39
11 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: "Sagt, holde Frauen" (Cherubino)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:13
12 Die Hochzeit des Figaro: Schlußszene
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:14
13 Die Zauberflöte: Ouvertüre
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:47
14 Die Zauberflöte: "Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" (Papageno)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:44
15 Die Zauberflöte: "Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön" (Tamino)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:49
16 Die Zauberflöte: "Könnte jeder brave Mann" (Pamina, Papageno)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1:01
17 Die Zauberflöte: "Der Hölle Rache..." (Königin der Nacht)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:51
18 Die Zauberflöte: "In diesen heil'gen Hallen" (Sarastro)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:36
19 Die Zauberflöte: "Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa" (Papageno, Papagena)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:28
CD 5: Klassik
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Requiem d-Moll, KV 626: Introitus: Requiem aeternam
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:06
2 Requiem d-Moll, KV 626: Dies Irae
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1:46
3 Requiem d-Moll, KV 626: Tuba mirum
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:17
4 Requiem d-Moll, KV 626: Lacrimosa dies illa
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:22
5 Requiem d-Moll, KV 626: Communio: Lux aeterna
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:54
6 Violinkonzert No. 4 D-Dur, KV 218: I. Allegro moderato
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 9:23
7 Sinfonie No. 5 c-Moll, Op. 67 "Schicksals-Sinfonie": I. Allegro con brio
Ludwig van Beethoven 5:35
8 Klaviersonate No. 8 c-Moll, Op. 13 "Pathétique": II. Adagio cantabile
Ludwig van Beethoven 4:45
9 Klaviersonate No. 14 cis-Moll, Op. 27 Nr. 2: I. Adagio sostenuto
Ludwig van Beethoven 3 5:20
10 Sinfonie No. 9 d-Moll, Op. 125: Finale. Presto
Ludwig van Beethoven 23:19
11 Violinkonzert D-Dur, Op. 61: III. Rondo. Allegro
Ludwig van Beethoven 8:23
CD 6: Romantik
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Winterreise, D 911: Der Lindenbaum
Franz Schubert 4:42
2 Winterreise, D 911: Frühlingstraum
Franz Schubert 4:33
3 Winterreise, D 911: Die Post
Franz Schubert 2:29
4 Streichquartett No. 14 d-moll, D 810 "Der Tod und das Mädchen": Allegro
Franz Schubert 17:10
5 Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3 Ges-dur, D 899
Franz Schubert 5:00
6 Der Freischütz, Act III: Wir winden dir den Jungfernkranz
Carl Maria von Weber 2:43
7 Ein Sommernachtstraum: Hochzeitsmarsch
Felix Mendelssohn 5:19
8 Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45: Ihr habt nur Traurigkeit
Johannes Brahms 7:11
9 Sinfonie No. 3 Op. 90 F-dur: III. Poco allegretto
Johannes Brahms 5:53
10 Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14: II. Un bal
Hector Berlioz 6:34
11 Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14: IV. Marche au supplice
Hector Berlioz 4:57
12 Klavierkonzert a-Moll, Op. 54: III. Allegro vivace
Robert Schumann 10:06
CD 7: Romantik
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Von fremden Ländern und Menschen
Robert Schumann 1:31
2 Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Haschemann
Robert Schumann 0:30
3 Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Glückes genug
Robert Schumann 0:33
4 Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Wichtige Begebenheit
Robert Schumann 0:59
5 Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Träumerei
Robert Schumann 2:47
6 Trois romances, Op. 11 No. 1: Andante
Clara Schumann 3:29
7 Klavierkonzert No. 2 f-moll, Op. 21: II. Larghetto
Frédéric Chopin 9:26
8 Mazurka f-moll, Op. 63 No. 3
Frédéric Chopin 2:02
9 Die Moldau (aus dem Zyklus "Mein Vaterland")
Bedřich Smetana 13:16
10 Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 b-Moll, Op. 23: I. Allegro non troppo e molto
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 6:17
11 Der Nußknacker
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 3:22
12 Tanz der Schneeflocken
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 2:23
13 Blumenwalzer
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 6:45
14 Peer Gynt-Suite No. 1 Op. 46: Morgenstimmung
Edvard Grieg 3:43
15 Klavierkonzert No. 2 Op. 18 c-moll: I. Moderato - Allegro
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов 9:46
16 Bilder einer Ausstellung: Promenade
Модест Петрович Мусоргский 1:54
17 Bilder einer Ausstellung: Der Marktplatz in Limoges
Модест Петрович Мусоргский 1:27
18 Bilder einer Ausstellung: Das Große Tor von Kiew
Модест Петрович Мусоргский 6:28
CD 8: Romantik
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30: Einleitung
Richard Strauss 1:53
2 Eine Faust, Symphonie: Schlußchor
Franz Liszt 7:32
3 Der Barbier von Sevilla, Cavatina Largo al factotum della citta
Gioachino Rossini 4:36
4 Finaletto: Di si felice...
Gioachino Rossini 2:10
5 Aida, Celeste Aida
Giuseppe Verdi 4:35
6 Nabucco, Va, pensiero
Giuseppe Verdi 4:44
7 La Bohème: O soave fanciulla
Giacomo Puccini 3:41
8 Tosca: Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore
Giacomo Puccini 4:00
9 Gianni Schicchi: O, mio babbino caro
Giacomo Puccini 2:29
10 Turandot: Nessun dorma
Giacomo Puccini 3:04
11 Tristan und Isolde: Prelude 1. Akt & Isoldes Liebestod
Richard Wagner 15:59
12 Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: Ouvertüre Siegried
Richard Wagner 9:49
13 Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: Waldweben, 2. Aufzug
Richard Wagner 8:35
CD 9: Moderne
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Sinfonie No. 2 c-moll "Auferstehung": I. Allegro maestoso
Gustav Mahler 21:42
2 La Mer: De l'aube à midi sur la mer
Claude Debussy 9:21
3 Trois Gnossiennes, No. 3
Erik Satie 2:25
4 Gymnopédie, No. 1
Erik Satie 2:42
5 Sonate für Klavier, Op. 1
Alban Berg 12:08
6 Variationen, Op. 27: Sehr mäßig
Anton Webern 2:04
7 Variationen, Op. 27: Sehr schnell
Anton Webern 0:40
8 Variationen, Op. 27: Ruhig fließend
Anton Webern 4:10
9 Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4: Adagio
Arnold Schönberg 4:19
10 Le Sacre du Printemps: Le sacrifice
Игорь Фёдорович Стравинский 18:52
CD 10: USA
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 I Want Jesus to Walk With Me
[unknown] 2:47
2 Po' Moner Got a Home at Las'
[unknown] 3:42
3 Rushin' Sher
[unknown] 3:56
4 I Drink to Forget
[unknown] 3:13
5 Kosher Kabana, Shepherd's Dream
[unknown] 6:27
6 Skotchne
[unknown] 4:01
7 The Stars and Stripes Forever
John Philip Sousa 3:24
8 Grand Canyon Suite: Sonnenaufgang
Ferde Grofé 5:25
9 Rhapsody in Blue
George Gershwin 16:57
10 Stormy Weather
Duke Ellington 3:03
11 Sophisticated Lady
Duke Ellington 3:13
12 Adagio, Op. 11
Samuel Barber 7:48
13 Pilger und Pioniere: Konzertstück
Virgil Thomson 9:43
14 Diddley Shmiddley
[unknown] 3:48

Credits

CD 1: Gregorianik, Renaissance

choir vocals:
Oxford Camerata (track 17)
Red Byrd (Medieval music group) (track 18)
Oxford Camerata (1991-09-24 – 1991-09-25) (track 16)
Nova Schola Gregoriana (1992-08-03) (tracks 1–2)
Schola Cantorum of Oxford (1993-03-14 – 1993-03-16) (track 17)
Oxford Camerata (1993-12-14 – 1993-12-15) (tracks 6–7)
chorus master:
Jeremy Summerly (track 17)
composer:
Alexander Agricola (track 13)
Guillaume Dufay (track 12)
Orlando Gibbons (track 18)
Hildegard von Bingen (tracks 6–7)
Orlande de Lassus (track 17)
Claudio Monteverdi (tracks 19–22)
Johannes Ockeghem (track 14)
conductor:
Graham Derrick (track 10)
Michael Posch (tracks 8–9, 11–13)
Alberto Turco (track 3)
Sergio Vartolo (tracks 20–21)
Thomas Wimmer (track 15)
Jeremy Summerly (track 14)
Jeremy Summerly (1991-09-24 – 1991-09-25) (track 16)
Alberto Turco (1992-08-03) (tracks 1–2)
Jeremy Summerly (1993-03-14 – 1993-03-16) (track 17)
Jeremy Summerly (1993-12-14 – 1993-12-15) (tracks 6–7)
engineer:
John Taylor (production music composer) (1991-09) (track 16)
John Taylor (producer/engineer) (1993-03-14 – 1993-03-16) (track 17)
John Taylor (producer/engineer) (1993-12-14 – 1993-12-15) (tracks 6–7)
instruments:
Accentus Austria (track 15)
Ensemble Unicorn (track 13)
librettist:
Alessandro Striggio (The Younger) (track 22)
lyricist:
Alessandro Striggio (The Younger) (track 21)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Carmen Cano (mezzo-soprano) (track 15)
orchestra:
Ensemble Unicorn (tracks 11–13)
Oxford Camerata (track 14)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (tracks 8–9)
Estampie (British ensemble around Graham Derrick) (track 10)
In Dulci Jubilo (track 3)
Ensemble Unicorn (tracks 8–9)
producer:
Judy Lieber (tracks 6–7)
Jeremy Summerly (tracks 6–7)
Murray Khouri (Clarinettist and producer) (1991-09) (track 16)
Judy Lieber (1993-03-14 – 1993-03-16) (track 17)
soprano vocals:
Manuela Schenale (Soprano) (track 3)
vocals:
Maria Lafitte (tracks 8–9)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1992) (track 16)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1995) (tracks 6–7)
recorded at:
Dorchester Abbey in Dorchester on Thames, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom (1991-09-24 – 1991-09-25) (track 16)
Chapel of Hertford College, Oxford in Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom (1993-03-14 – 1993-03-16) (track 17)
Chapel of Hertford College, Oxford in Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom (1993-12-14 – 1993-12-15) (tracks 6–7)
part of:
arrangements:
Toccata (track 20)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Namenloses Lied (track 10)
later versions:
Teutates (track 10)
part of:
Vespro della Beata Vergine, SV 206 (for chorus & instruments) (track 19)
Missa L'homme arme (track 14)
L’Orfeo, SV 318 (tracks 20–21)
partial recording of:
L’Orfeo: Prologo (track 21)
parts:
L'Orfeo: Prologo, Ritornello (first occurrence) (track 21)
L'Orfeo: Prologo, Ritornello (second occurrence) (track 21)
L'Orfeo: Prologo, Ritornello (third occurrence) (track 21)
L'Orfeo: Prologo, Ritornello (fourth occurrence) (track 21)
L'Orfeo: Prologo, Ritornello (fifth occurrence) (track 21)
recording of:
Ai tal domna (track 8)
Ay je rien fet (track 13)
Ce jour de l'an (track 12)
L'Orfeo: Toccata (track 20)
Nu alrest lebe ich mir werde (Palästinalied) (Nu alrest lebe ich mir werde) (track 10)
Missa Papae Marcelli: I. Kyrie (1991-09-24 – 1991-09-25) (track 16)
Symphonia armonie celestium revelationem: O pastor animarum (1993-12-14 – 1993-12-15) (track 7)

CD 2: Barock

recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1938-06-02) (track 21)
violin:
Takako Nishizaki (1987-07-12 – 1987-07-22) (tracks 1–6)
cello:
Pablo Casals (cellist, aka. Pablo Casals) (1938-06-02) (track 21)
alto vocals:
Németh Judit (Hungarian mezzosoprano) (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (track 18)
choir vocals:
Tallis Chamber Choir (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (track 15)
Hungarian Festival Chorus (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (tracks 16, 19)
Schola Cantorum of Oxford (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 16–19, 21)
Antonio Vivaldi (tracks 7–8, 8–10)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1720) (track 20)
Antonio Vivaldi (1723) (tracks 1–6)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1741) (tracks 11–15)
conductor:
Stephen Gunzenhauser (1987-07-12 – 1987-07-22) (tracks 1–6)
Kevin Mallon (conductor) (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (track 15)
Géza Oberfrank (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (tracks 16–19)
Nicholas Ward (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
engineer:
M. Cailly (engineer) (track 21)
Mike Skeet (1992-07) (tracks 11–15)
Gábor Mocsáry (1993-02) (tracks 16–19)
Ian Parr (engineer) (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
librettist:
Picander (tracks 16–19)
orchestra:
Capella Istropolitana (1987-07-12 – 1987-07-22) (tracks 1–6)
Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra) (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (tracks 16–19)
Northern Chamber Orchestra (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
orchestrator:
Ton Koopman (conductor, organist and harpsichordist) (track 18)
performer:
Scholars Baroque Ensemble (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (tracks 11–15)
Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra) (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (track 18)
producer:
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–6)
Murray Khouri (Clarinettist and producer) (1992-07) (tracks 11–15)
Tamás Benedek (1993-02) (tracks 16–19)
Colm Carey (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
John Taylor (producer/engineer) (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
soprano vocals:
Ibolya Verebics (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (track 17)
soprano vocals [Soprano in ripieno]:
Children's Choir of the Hungarian Radio (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (track 16)
phonographic copyright by:
Naxos Music (track 2)
recorded at:
Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1987-07-12 – 1987-07-22) (tracks 1–6)
Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel in Hampstead, Camden, London, United Kingdom (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (tracks 11–15)
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1993-02-06 – 1993-02-14) (tracks 16–19)
St Peter's Church, Hale, Cheshire in Cheshire West and Chester, England, United Kingdom (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (tracks 7–10)
arrangements:
Aria "Erbarme dich" (for voice, violin and organ, Liszt) (track 18)
Sonata no. 1 in G minor for Violin Solo, BWV 1001: IV. Presto (catch-all for arrangements) (track 20)
Suite no. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007: I. Prélude (catch-all for arrangements) (track 21)
Suite no. 1 in G major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude (arr. Joachim Raff for piano) (track 21)
Suite no. 1 in G major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude (for viola, arr. Rowland-Jones) (track 21)
is the basis for:
Again (track 16)
Anthem (track 21)
The Cello Song (track 21)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
later versions:
Messiah: Sinfonia Pastoral (Stokowski orchestration) (track 13)
V (track 4)
part of:
Gloria in D major, RV 589 (movement) (tracks 7–8, 8–10)
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I (tracks 11–14)
recording of:
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, no. 1. Symphony (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (track 11)
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, no. 13. Pastoral Symphony (Pifa) (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (track 13)
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, no. 44. “Hallelujah” (Chorus) (1992-07-06 – 1992-07-09) (track 15)
Gloria in D major, RV 589: I. Gloria in excelsis Deo (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (track 7)
Gloria in D major, RV 589: IV. Gratias agimus tibi (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (track 8)
Gloria in D major, RV 589: V. Propter magnam gloriam tuam (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (track 8)
Gloria in D major, RV 589: VI. Domine Deus (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (track 9)
Gloria in D major, RV 589: XII. Cum Sancto Spiritu (1993-12-02 – 1994-03-14) (track 10)
referred to in medleys:

CD 3: Barock

composed in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734 – 1735) (tracks 4–9)
premiered in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1723-07-02) (track 19)
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734-12-25) (tracks 4–7)
violin:
Winfried Rademacher (violinist) (tracks 1–3)
oboe:
Christian Hommel (tracks 1–3)
trumpet:
Jürgen Schuster (tracks 1–3)
recorder:
Nadja Schubert (tracks 1–3)
double bass [basso continuo]:
Thomas Falke (tracks 1–3)
piano:
Arthur Rubinstein (pianist) (track 20)
piano arranger:
Ferruccio Busoni (track 20)
Alfred Cortot (track 18)
harpsichord [basso continuo]:
Harald Hoeren (tracks 1–3)
alto vocals:
Németh Judit (Hungarian mezzosoprano) (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 5, 8)
choir vocals:
Magyar Rádió énekkara (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4, 6–7, 9)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 1–9, 12–18, 20)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1722) (tracks 10–11)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1723) (track 19)
conductor:
Christian Benda (tracks 12–14)
Géza Oberfrank (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4–9)
Helmut Müller‐Brühl (1999-03 – 1999-04) (tracks 1–3)
engineer:
Gábor Mocsáry (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4–9)
lyricist:
Paul Gerhardt (17th century hymn writer) (track 9)
orchestra:
Capella Istropolitana (tracks 12–14)
Failoni Kamarazenekar (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4–9)
Cologne Chamber Orchestra (1999-03 – 1999-04) (tracks 1–3)
producer:
Ludwig Rink (tracks 1–3)
Tamás Benedek (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4–9)
recording engineer:
Uwe Walter (classical engineer) (tracks 1–3)
soprano vocals:
Ingrid Kertesi (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 5, 8)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1999) (tracks 1–3)
recorded at:
Festetich Castle (Budapest) in Budapest, Hungary (1992-06-15 – 1992-06-30) (tracks 4–9)
Moyzesova sieň in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1995-11-13 – 1995-11-19) (tracks 12–14)
Deutschlandradio Studios in Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany (1999-03 – 1999-04) (tracks 1–3)
part of:
Breitkopf 389 Choralgesänge (number: 263) (track 9)
Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: BWV 1080/1) (track 15)
Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: BWV 1080/9) (track 16)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
"Jesus bleibet meine Freude" from Cantata, BWV 147 (for piano, Chuquisengo) (track 19)
Bach Lullaby (track 10)
Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2 F-Dur, BWV 1047: I. (Allegro) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2 F-Dur, BWV 1047: II. Andante (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Contrapunctus I (for choir, Schnebel) (track 15)
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: I. Contrapunctus 1 (catch all for arrangements) (track 15)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desire, from BWV 147 (for piano, Myra Hess) (track 19)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (for band, Reed) (track 19)
Jesu, Joy of Men's Desiring (Sportiello arrangement) (track 19)
Jesu, bleibet meine Freunde (Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring) (arr. for piano by Richard Tilling) (track 19)
Jesus bleibet meine Freude (for trumpet and organ, Alain) (track 19)
Jesus bleibet meine Freude (for organ, Duruflé) (track 19)
Jesus bleibet meine Freude, BWV 147 (arr. Wilhelm Kempff for piano) (track 19)
Kantate, BWV 147 "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben": Teil II, X. Choral "Jesus bleibet meine Freude" (Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring; catch-all for arrangements) (track 19)
Three Chorales: Jesu, Joy of Man‘s Desiring (Milko Kelemen arrangement) (track 19)
has revision:
is based on:
Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g’mein (more 'sostenuto' version) (track 9)
is the basis for:
Aimant (track 11)
Ave Maria (Bach/Gounod) (track 10)
Ecos (track 19)
Lady Lynda (track 19)
later translated versions:
later versions:
orchestrations:
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: I. Contrapunctus 1 (orch. Barshai, early version) (track 15)
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, BWV 147/10 (Stokowski orchestration) (track 19)
part of:
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080 (tracks 15–16)
recording of:
Arioso from Keyboard Concerto no. 5 in F minor, BWV 1056 (for solo piano, Cortot) (track 18)
Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079: I. Ricercare a 3 (1995-11-13 – 1995-11-19) (track 12)
Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079: VIII. Trio: a. Largo (1995-11-13 – 1995-11-19) (track 13)
Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079: VIII. Trio: d. Allegro (1995-11-13 – 1995-11-19) (track 14)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Bach (track 1)
J.S. Bachelor Party (track 19)

CD 4: Klassik

piano:
Jenő Jandó (1992-02-25 – 1992-02-27) (track 1)
composer:
Joseph Haydn (track 2)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1764) (tracks 4–6)
Joseph Haydn (1765) (track 3)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1786) (track 7)
Joseph Haydn (1790) (track 1)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791) (tracks 13–19)
conductor:
Nicholas Ward (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (tracks 4–6)
Pier Giorgio Morandi (conductor) (1997-05-14 – 1997-05-19) (track 7)
engineer:
János Bohus (1992-02) (track 1)
Harold Barnes (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (tracks 4–6)
librettist:
Emanuel Schikaneder (tracks 14–19)
orchestra:
Northern Chamber Orchestra (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (tracks 4–6)
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (Hungarian State Opera Orchestra) (1997-05-14 – 1997-05-19) (track 7)
producer:
John Taylor (producer/engineer) (tracks 4–6)
Ibolya Tóth (1992-02) (track 1)
publisher:
recorded at:
Unitarian Church in Budapest, Hungary (1992-02-25 – 1992-02-27) (track 1)
New Broadcasting House: Concert Hall in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (tracks 4–6)
Concert Hall of the Szt. István Conservatorium in Budapest, Hungary (1997-05-14 – 1997-05-19) (track 7)
arrangements:
Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture (for two pianos, Busoni) (track 13)
Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture (catch-all for arrangements) (track 13)
Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Overture (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
is the basis for:
Mozart/Figaro (track 7)
part of:
recording of:
Symphony no. 1 in E-flat major, K. 16: I. Allegro molto (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (track 4)
Symphony no. 1 in E-flat major, K. 16: II. Andante (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (track 5)
Symphony no. 1 in E-flat major, K. 16: III. Presto (1994-04-17 – 1994-04-18) (track 6)
Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Sinfonia (1997-05-14 – 1997-05-19) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
version of:

CD 5: Klassik

organ:
Vladimír Rusó (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
piano:
Jenő Jandó (1987-04-21 – 1987-04-23) (tracks 8–9)
additional composer:
Joseph Leopold Eybler (tracks 2, 4)
Franz Xaver Süßmayr (1791 – 1792) (track 4)
bass-baritone vocals:
Claudio Otelli (1996-08) (track 10)
choir vocals:
Slovak Philharmonic Chorus (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
Nicolaus Esterházy Choir (1996-08) (track 10)
chorus master:
Stefan Klimo (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (tracks 3, 5)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1775-04 – 1775-12) (track 6)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791) (tracks 1–2, 4)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1798) (track 8)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1801) (track 9)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1804 – 1808) (track 7)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1806) (track 11)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1822 – 1824) (track 10)
conductor:
Zdeněk Košler (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
Béla Drahos (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 7)
Béla Drahos (1996-08) (track 10)
contralto vocals:
Jaroslava Horská (track 4)
engineer:
Monika Feszler (tracks 8–9)
Gustáv Šoral (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
János Bohus (1995-06) (track 7)
János Bohus (1996-08) (track 10)
librettist:
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright) (track 10)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Ruxandra Donose (1986-08) (track 10)
orchestra:
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 7)
Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia (1996-08) (track 10)
orchestrator:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (track 1)
Franz Xaver Süßmayr (tracks 1–2, 4)
producer:
Horváth János (engineer) (tracks 8–9)
Dr Igor Bohacek (producer) (1985-03) (tracks 1–2, 4)
Ibolya Tóth (1995-06) (track 7)
Ibolya Tóth (1996-08) (track 10)
soprano vocals:
Magdaléna Hajóssyová (1985-03) (track 1)
Hasmik Papian (1996-08) (track 10)
tenor vocals:
Manfred Fink (1996-08) (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1987) (tracks 8–9)
recorded at:
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1987-04-21 – 1987-04-23) (tracks 8–9)
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 7)
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1996-08) (track 10)
compiled in:
edits:
arrangements:
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67: I. Allegro con brio (catch all for arrangements) (track 7)
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67: I. Allegro con brio (for brass, Frackenpohl) (track 7)
The 5th (track 7)
is based on:
An die Freude (track 10)
is the basis for:
A Last Illusion (track 10)
Concerto (track 8)
Euroopa hümn (track 10)
Great Expectations (track 8)
Interludio (track 8)
Mephistopheles (track 9)
Moonlight (The Piano Guys) (track 9)
Ode an die Freude (track 10)
On the Fritz (Electronic derivative of Beethoven's 9th) (track 10)
Overture (tracks 9–10)
This Night (track 8)
What Is Eternal (tracks 9–10)
月光 (Mondscheinsonate+drumloops) (track 9)
later translated versions:
Ağıt (track 4)
later versions:
March from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoven: Ninth Symphony: Fourth Movement, abridged) (track 10)
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 "Choral": IV. Finale. Presto - Allegro assai (arranged by Mahler for large orchestra) (track 10)
地球交響曲-合唱- (Hanjuku Hero 4: The 7 Hanjuku Heroes) (track 10)
orchestrations:
Moonlight Sonata (orch. Stokowski) (track 9)
part of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (Süßmayr edition) (track 1)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz (Süßmayr Edition) (movement) (tracks 2, 4)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (catch-all for unknown editions) (tracks 3, 5)
recording of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: b. Tuba mirum (catch-all for unknown editions) (track 3)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: VII. Communio: Lux aeterna (catch-all for unknown editions) (track 5)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (Süßmayr Edition; choir and soprano solo) (1985-03) (track 1)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: a. Dies irae (Süßmayr Edition; choir) (1985-03) (track 2)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: f. Lacrimosa dies illa (Süßmayr Edition; choir) (1985-03) (track 4)
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67: I. Allegro con brio (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (tracks 8–9)

CD 6: Romantik

piano:
Jenő Jandó (1989-04-29 – 1989-04-30) (track 5)
choir vocals:
Slovak Philharmonic Choir (1992-06-14 – 1992-06-18) (track 8)
composer:
Johannes Brahms (track 8)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (track 4)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1827) (tracks 3, 5)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1827-02) (tracks 1–2)
Hector Berlioz (1830) (tracks 10–11)
Felix Mendelssohn (1842) (track 7)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1845) (track 12)
Johannes Brahms (1883) (track 9)
conductor:
Johannes Wildner (track 6)
Anthony Bramall (1987-06-14 – 1987-06-19) (track 7)
Pinchas Steinberg (1987-12-05 – 1987-12-07) (tracks 10–11)
Alexander Rahbari (Ali Rahbari, sometimes credited as "Alexander") (1992-06-14 – 1992-06-18) (track 8)
engineer:
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (track 7)
István Zakariás (track 5)
librettist:
lyricist:
Wilhelm Müller (tracks 1–3)
orchestra:
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (track 6)
Slovenská filharmónia (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1987-06-14 – 1987-06-19) (track 7)
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1987-12-05 – 1987-12-07) (tracks 10–11)
Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1992-06-14 – 1992-06-18) (track 8)
producer:
Jenő Simon (track 5)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (track 7)
Martin Sauer (engineer/producer) (1992-06) (track 8)
soprano vocals:
Miriam Gauci (soprano) (1992-06-14 – 1992-06-18) (track 8)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1999) (track 7)
recorded at:
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1989-04-29 – 1989-04-30) (track 5)
arrangements:
An English Requiem, op. 45: V. Ye now are sorrowful (english translation of the deutsches Requiem) (track 8)
Der Lindenbaum, D. 911 Nr. 5 (for flute and piano, Böhm) (track 1)
Ein deutsches Requiem, op. 45: V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit (for piano 4 hands, Brahms) (track 8)
Impromptu in G major, D. 899 no. 3 (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 5)
Impromptu in G-flat major, S. 565b no. 2 (edited by Liszt) (track 5)
Marche au supplice de la Symphonie fantastique, S. 470a no. 2 (for piano solo, Liszt, revised version) (track 11)
Symphonie fantastique, S. 470: II. Un bal (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 10)
Symphonie fantastique, S. 470: IV. Marche au supplice (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 11)
Symphonie fantastique, op. 14: IV. Marche au supplice (catch all for arrangements) (track 11)
Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90: III. Poco allegretto (for two pianos, Brahms) (track 9)
Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90: III. Un poco allegretto (for piano four hands, Brahms) (track 9)
Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (for organ, Woods) (track 7)
Winterreise, S. 561: Nr. 4. Die Post (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 3)
Winterreise, S. 561: Nr. 7 bis. Der Lindenbaum (for solo piano, Liszt - alternative passages) (track 1)
Winterreise, S. 561: Nr. 7. Der Lindenbaum (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 1)
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
later versions:
Die Winterreise, op. 89, D. 911: XIII. Die Post (for guitar solo, Mertz) (track 3)
Symphonie fantastique, op. 14: II. Un bal (alternative version with cornet obbligato) (track 10)
orchestrations:
part of:
Der Freischütz: Akt III (number) (track 6)
Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90 (movement) (track 9)
Ein deutsches Requiem, op. 45 (movement) (track 8)
recording of:
Symphonie fantastique, op. 14: II. Un bal (1987-12-05 – 1987-12-07) (track 10)
Symphonie fantastique, op. 14: IV. Marche au supplice (1987-12-05 – 1987-12-07) (track 11)
Ein deutsches Requiem, op. 45: V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit (1992-06-14 – 1992-06-18) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:

CD 7: Romantik

premiered in:
Moskva, Russia (1900-12-15) (track 15)
piano:
İdil Biret (1990-11-03 – 1990-11-10) (track 7)
Jenő Jandó (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (tracks 1–5)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (tracks 12–13)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (– 1892) (track 11)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1829 – 1830) (track 7)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1838) (tracks 1–5)
Модест Петрович Мусоргский (composer) (1874-06-02 – 1874-06-22) (tracks 16–18)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1874-11 – 1875-02) (track 10)
Bedřich Smetana (1874-11-20 – 1874-12-08) (track 9)
Edvard Grieg (1875) (track 14)
conductor:
Michael Halász (conductor) (1987-06-20 – 1987-06-25) (tracks 11–13)
Daniel Nazareth (1987-07-04 – 1987-07-09) (track 16)
Stephen Gunzenhauser (1988-06) (track 14)
Róbert Stankovský (1990-11-03 – 1990-11-10) (track 7)
Antoni Wit (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
engineer:
János Bohus (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (tracks 1–5)
Otto Nopp (producer and engineer) (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
orchestra:
Slovenská filharmónia (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1987-06-20 – 1987-06-25) (tracks 11–13)
Slovenská filharmónia (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1987-07-04 – 1987-07-09) (track 16)
Štátna filharmónia Košice (Slovak State Philharmonic, Košice) (1988-06) (track 14)
Slovak State Philharmonice Orchestra (Kosice) (Slovak State Philharmonic, Košice) (1990-11-03 – 1990-11-10) (track 7)
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
orchestrator:
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1922) (track 16)
producer:
Ibolya Tóth (tracks 1–5)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1987-06) (tracks 11–13)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1988-06) (track 14)
Martin Sauer (engineer/producer) (1990-11) (track 7)
Beata Jankowska (engineer/editor/producer) (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
revised by:
Edvard Grieg (1888) (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (tracks 11–12)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1993) (tracks 1–5)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1994) (track 9)
recorded at:
Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1987-06-20 – 1987-06-25) (tracks 11–13)
Dom umenia in Košice, Košický kraj, Slovakia (1990-11-03 – 1990-11-10) (track 7)
Unitarian Church in Budapest, Hungary (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (tracks 1–5)
Concert Hall of the Polish Radio in Katowice, Śląskie, Poland (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
edit of:
part of:
B. number catalogue by František Bartoš (number: B. 111) (track 9)
arrangements:
Kinderszenen, op. 15: No. 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (for string quartet and piano, arr. Paul Cassidy) (track 1)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: No. 7. Träumerei (for string quartet and piano, arr. Paul Cassidy) (track 5)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (for violin and piano, arr. Catherine) (track 5)
Má vlast: II. Vltava, JB 1:112/2 (Die Moldau) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Pictures at an Exhibition: X. The Great Gate of Kiev (for brass band, Howarth) (track 18)
Pictures at an Exhibition: XII. Limoges. Market (for Russian folk instruments, Boyashov) (track 17)
Pictures at an Exhibition: XVI. The Great Gate of Kiev (for Russian folk instruments, Boyashov) (track 18)
The Great Gate of Kiev (for choir and orchestra, Gamley) (track 18)
The Nutcracker: Danse des mirlitons (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 12)
The Nutcracker: Ouverture miniature (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 11)
The Nutcracker: Valse des fleurs (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 13)
Vltava (for baritone and orchestra) (track 9)
Vltava, op. 43 (track 9)
Картинки с выставки: I. Promenade I (arranged by Hindsley) (track 16)
is based on:
La Mantovana (track 9)
is the basis for:
AMERICA (STAGE 1) (City Connection) (track 10)
Concerto (track 10)
Ma rivière (track 9)
Quadri (track 18)
Tonight We Love (Freddy Martin 1941 hit) (track 10)
子供の情景 (track 1)
later versions:
orchestration of:
Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade (1st) (original piano version) (track 16)
orchestrations:
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (orchestrated by Herbeck) (track 5)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (orchestrated by R. Tilling) (track 5)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (orchestrated by Josef Strauss) (track 5)
Pictures at an Exhibition: VII. Limoges. Le marché (orchestrated by Funtek) (track 17)
Pictures at an Exhibition: X. The Great Gate at Kiev (orchestrated by Breiner) (track 18)
Pictures at an Exhibition: X. The Great Gate of Kiev (orchestrated by Funtek) (track 18)
Tableaux d'une exposition: VII. Limoges - le marché (orchestrated by Ravel) (track 17)
Tableaux d'une exposition: X. La grande porte de Kiev (orchestrated by Ravel) (track 18)
part of:
Tableaux d'une exposition (orchestrated by Ravel) (track 16)
Má vlast, JB 1:112 (My Country / My Fatherland) (part of collection) (track 9)
Kinderszenen, op. 15 (tracks 1–5)
Pictures at an Exhibition (original piano version) (tracks 17–18)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Tableaux d'une exposition: Promenade (orchestrated by Ravel, 1st promenade) (1987-07-04 – 1987-07-09) (track 16)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Glückes genug (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (track 3)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Hasche-Mann (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (track 2)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (for piano) (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (track 5)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (track 1)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Wichtige Begebenheit (1992-11-18 – 1992-11-22) (track 4)
Má vlast: II. Vltava, JB 1:112/2 (Die Moldau) (1993-12-20 – 1993-12-22) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Tchaikovsky (tracks 11–12)
revision of:
version of:

CD 8: Romantik

choir vocals:
Slovenský filharmonický zbor (1990-03-27 – 1990-04-01) (track 6)
Bratislawer Kinderchor (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
Slowakischer Philharmoniker Chor (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
Magyar Rádió énekkara (1992-11-16 – 1992-11-28) (track 4)
Hungarian State Choir (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
composer:
Franz Liszt (track 2)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (tracks 8–9)
Gioachino Rossini (Italian composer 1792-1868) (tracks 3–4)
Richard Wagner (track 11)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (1841) (track 6)
Richard Wagner (1863 – 1867) (track 12)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (1871) (track 5)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (1896) (track 7)
Richard Strauss (German composer) (1896) (track 1)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (1921-03 – 1924-03) (track 10)
conductor:
Michael Halász (conductor) (track 10)
Alexander Rahbari (Ali Rahbari, sometimes credited as "Alexander") (track 9)
Johannes Wildner (track 12)
Zdeněk Košler (1988-10-18 – 1988-10-20) (track 1)
Oliver von Dohnányi (1990-03-27 – 1990-04-01) (track 6)
Alexander Rahbari (Ali Rahbari, sometimes credited as "Alexander") (1990-04-07 – 1990-04-14) (track 8)
Will Humburg (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
Will Humburg (1992-11-16 – 1992-11-28) (tracks 3–4)
András Ligeti (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
librettist:
Giuseppe Adami (track 10)
Giuseppe Giacosa (track 8)
Luigi Illica (tracks 7–8)
Renato Simoni (track 10)
Temistocle Solera (track 6)
Cesare Sterbini (tracks 3–4)
Antonio Ghislanzoni (1870) (track 5)
Giuseppe Giacosa (1896) (track 7)
lyricist:
orchestra:
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 9–10)
Slovak Philharmonic (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1988-10-18 – 1988-10-20) (track 1)
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1990-03-27 – 1990-04-01) (track 6)
Czecho‐Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Bratislava) (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1990-04-07 – 1990-04-14) (track 8)
Tschechoslowakischer Sinfonie Orchester (Bratislawa) (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
Failoni Kamarazenekar (1992-11-16 – 1992-11-28) (tracks 3–4)
Orchestra of the Ferenc Liszt Academy (Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra) (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
producer:
Hubert Geschwandtner (producer/engineer) (track 7)
Karol Kopernický (producer) (track 7)
Martin Sauer (engineer/producer) (1989-09-26) (track 1)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1990-04) (track 8)
soprano vocals:
Miriam Gauci (soprano) (track 9)
Nelly Miricioiu (soprano) (1990-04-07 – 1990-04-14) (track 8)
Ľuba Orgonášová (soprano) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
tenor vocals:
Thomas Harper (track 10)
Jonathan Welch (tenor) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
András Molnar (Hungarian opera singer) (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
vocals:
publisher:
Casa Ricordi BMG S.p.A. (tracks 9–10)
recorded at:
Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1990-04-07 – 1990-04-14) (track 8)
Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 7)
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1992-11-16 – 1992-11-28) (tracks 3–4)
Főnix in Budapest, Hungary (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Gianni Schicchi: "O mio babbino caro" (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Nabucco: Atto III. "Va, pensiero" (Coro) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Overture to "Die Meistersinger" (for organ, Lemare) (track 12)
is the basis for:
Figaro (track 3)
later parody versions:
Honneur aux barbus (track 3)
later translated versions:
El nostre heroi (track 10)
Going to Win (track 10)
Hear My Prayer (English translation of Nessun dorma) (track 10)
私のお父さん (track 9)
later versions:
Also sprach Zarathustra (2001) (arr. Deodato) (track 1)
part of:
Gianni Schicchi (track 9)
Nabucco: Atto III (track 6)
Tosca: Atto II (track 8)
Also sprach Zarathustra (op 30; TrV 176) (track 1)
Aida: Atto Primo (track 5)
Turandot: Atto III (track 10)
La bohème: Atto I (track 7)
recording of:
Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod (concert piece) (track 11)
Also sprach Zarathustra, op. 30: I. Einleitung (1988-10-18 – 1988-10-20) (track 1)
Nabucco: Atto III, Scena IV. “Va, pensiero” (Coro) (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) (1990-03-27 – 1990-04-01) (track 6)
Eine Faust-Symphonie, S. 108: IV. Chorus mysticus (choral ending) (1994-10-18 – 1994-10-21) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:

CD 9: Moderne

piano:
Klára Körmendi (pianist) (1989-04-10 – 1989-04-12) (track 4)
Peter Hill (pianist) (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (tracks 5–8)
composer:
Alban Berg (composer) (track 5)
Gustav Mahler (1888 – 1894) (track 1)
Erik Satie (French composer) (1888-02 – 1888-04) (track 4)
Erik Satie (French composer) (1890) (track 3)
Claude Debussy (1903 – 1905) (track 2)
Igor Stravinsky (composer) (1911 – 1913) (track 10)
Anton Webern (1936) (tracks 6–8)
conductor:
علی رهبری (Ali Rahbari, sometimes credited as "Alexander") (track 10)
Alexander Rahbari (Ali Rahbari, sometimes credited as "Alexander") (1989-11-16 – 1989-11-18) (track 2)
Antoni Wit (1993-01-09 – 1993-01-17) (track 1)
engineer:
Horváth János (engineer) (track 4)
Jo Tavernier (1989-11-16 – 1989-11-18) (track 2)
Otto Nopp (producer and engineer) (1993-01-09 – 1993-01-17) (track 1)
orchestra:
BRT Philharmonic Orchestra, Brussels (1989-11-16 – 1989-11-18) (track 2)
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (1993-01-09 – 1993-01-17) (track 1)
producer:
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (track 2)
Beata Jankowska (engineer/editor/producer) (track 1)
János Mátyás (producer) (track 4)
premiered at:
[concert] (1895-03-04) (track 1)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1989) (track 4)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1993) (track 2)
recorded at:
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1989-04-10 – 1989-04-12) (track 4)
Concert Hall of the Belgian Radio and Television in Brussels, Belgium (1989-11-16 – 1989-11-18) (track 2)
Concert Hall of the Polish Radio in Katowice, Śląskie, Poland (1993-01-09 – 1993-01-17) (track 1)
St. Martin's Church (East Woodhay, Hampshire) in Hampshire, England, United Kingdom (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (tracks 5–8)
arrangements:
Gnossienne No. 3 (catch all for arrangements) (track 3)
La Mer, L. 109: I. "De l'aube à midi sur la mer" (arr. Caplet for two pianos) (track 2)
La Mer: I. De l'aube à midi sur la mer (for piano four hands) (track 2)
La Mer: I. De l'aube à midi sur la mer (Transcribed for solo piano) (track 2)
Le Sacre du printemps: II. Le Sacrifice (for piano solo, Achatz) (track 10)
Le Sacre du printemps: II. Le Sacrifice (for two pianos) (track 10)
Première Gymnopédie: Lent et douloureux (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: I. Allegro maestoso (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 1)
is the basis for:
Drifting, Dreaming (track 4)
later versions:
Trois Gymnopedies (first movement) (Gary Numan version) (track 4)
orchestrations:
Gnossienne no. 3 (orchestrated by Poulenc) (track 3)
Gymnopédie no. 1: Lent et douloureux (orchestrated by Lenehan & Kennedy) (track 4)
Gymnopédies: II. Lent et douloureux (Satie: Gymnopédie No. 1 orchestrated by Debussy) (track 4)
Trois gnossiennes: No. 3 (orchestrated by Corp) (track 3)
part of:
Gymnopédies (track 4)
Symphony no. 2 “Resurrection” (movement) (track 1)
Trois Gnossiennes (track 3)
parts:
recording of:
Gnossienne No. 3 (track 3)
Première Gymnopédie: Lent et douloureux (1989-04-10 – 1989-04-12) (track 4)
Piano Sonata, op. 1 (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (track 5)
Variationen, op. 27: I. Sehr mäßig (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (track 6)
Variationen, op. 27: II. Sehr schnell (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (track 7)
Variationen, op. 27: III. Ruhig fließend (1996-11-25 – 1996-11-27) (track 8)
version of:
Totenfeier (track 1)

CD 10: USA

piano:
Kathryn Selby (1989-06-21 – 1989-06-24) (track 9)
composer:
Virgil Thomson (track 13)
John Philip Sousa (1896) (track 7)
George Gershwin (composer) (1924) (track 9)
Ferde Grofé (1929 – 1931) (track 8)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1932) (track 11)
Samuel Barber (1936) (track 12)
conductor:
Richard Hayman (1989-06-21 – 1989-06-24) (track 9)
James Sedares (1998-11-23 – 1998-11-25) (track 13)
engineer:
Tim Handley (engineer/editor/producer) (track 13)
lyricist:
Mitchell Parish (track 11)
orchestra:
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1989-06-21 – 1989-06-24) (track 9)
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (1998-11-23 – 1998-11-25) (track 13)
orchestrator:
Samuel Barber (1938) (track 12)
Ferde Grofé (1942) (track 9)
producer:
Tim Handley (engineer/editor/producer) (track 13)
Hubert Geschwandtner (producer/engineer) (1989-06) (track 9)
Karol Kopernický (producer) (1989-06) (track 9)
writer:
Irving Mills (1932) (track 11)
premiered at:
[radio broadcast] (1938-11-05) (track 12)
publisher:
Ferde Grofé Music Publishing (New York) (track 9)
Mills Music, Inc. (track 11)
Warner Bros. Music (track 9)
recorded at:
Studio 1 (of Czech Radio) in Praha 2, Praha, Czech Republic (1989-06-21 – 1989-06-24) (track 9)
Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington, North Island, New Zealand (1998-11-23 – 1998-11-25) (track 13)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Adagio for Strings (Lee Jackson arrangement) (track 12)
Adagio for Strings (arr. John O'Reilly for woodwind band) (track 12)
Adagio for Strings (for organ, Strickland) (track 12)
Adagio for Strings (arr. Lucien Cailliet for clarinet choir) (track 12)
Adagio for Strings (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Agnus Dei (arr. Samuel Barber for chorus) (track 12)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Carlos Barbosa-Lima) (track 9)
Rhapsody in Blue (Glenn Miller arrangement) (track 9)
Rhapsody in Blue (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Rhapsody in Blue (transcription for solo piano by Gershwin) (track 9)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Dokshitser for trumpet and orchestra) (track 9)
The Stars and Stripes Forever (arr. Bruce Dukov for Violin and Cello) (track 7)
The Stars and Stripes Forever (for 2 pianos 8 hands, Wilberg) (track 7)
is the basis for:
Be Kind to Your Small Person Friends (Horton Hears a Who!) (track 7)
Blue (track 9)
Dov’è l’amore (track 12)
What Happened (Sublime) (track 9)
orchestrations:
The Stars and Stripes Forever (arranged by Leopold Stokowski) (track 7)
part of:
Sophisticated Ladies (1981 musical) (track 11)
Grand Canyon Suite (track 8)
recording of:
Adagio for Strings (track 12)
Sophisticated Lady (track 11)
Rhapsody in Blue (standard 1942 orchestration) (1989-06-21 – 1989-06-24) (track 9)
Pilgrims and Pioneers (1998-11-23 – 1998-11-25) (track 13)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on America (track 9)
revision of:
Rhapsody in Blue (original jazz band version, less often performed) (track 9)

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compiler: Dietrich Schwanitz
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