Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de lune
Claude Debussy 4:33
2 Adagio for Strings, Op.11
Samuel Barber 8:45
3 Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra: 2. Adagio (excerpt)
Joaquín Rodrigo 5:50
4 Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo
Pietro Mascagni 3:14
5 Serenade in G, K.525 "Eine kleine Nachtmusik": II. Romance (Andante)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:09
6 Pavane, Op.50 for choir and orchestra (1901)
Gabriel Fauré 6:40
7 Nocturne No.2 in E flat, Op.9 No.2
Frédéric Chopin 4:04
8 Le Carnaval des Animaux: Le Cygne
Camille Saint‐Saëns 2:36
9 String Quintet in C, D.956: II. Adagio (excerpt)
Franz Schubert 5:18
10 Suite No.3 in D, BWV 1068: II. Air
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:44
11 Gypsy Melodies, Op.55, No.4 - Songs My Mother Taught Me
Antonín Dvořák 2:11
12 Jeux interdits (Romance)
Narciso Yepes 1:49
13 Nocturne No.1 in E flat, Op.33, No.1
Gabriel Fauré 7:45
14 Serenade in B flat, K.361 "Gran partita": III. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:44
15 Sospiri, Op.70
Sir Edward Elgar 4:54
16 Chants d'Auvergne: II. Bailero
Joseph Canteloube 6:43
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Piano Sonata No.14 In C Sharp Minor, Op.27 No.2 "Moonlight": I. Adagio sostenuto
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:11
2 Clarinet Concerto in A, K.622: II. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:21
3 A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61 Incidental Music: No.7 Notturno
Felix Mendelssohn 6:41
4 4 Impromptus, Op.90, D.899: No.3 in G flat: Andante
Franz Schubert 6:35
5 String Quartet No.2 in D: III. Notturno
Александр Порфирьевич Бородин 8:15
6 Oboe Concerto in D minor: II. Adagio
Alessandro Marcello 4:27
7 Piano Quintet in A, D.667 "The Trout": II. Andante (excerpt)
Franz Schubert 3:49
8 Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C, K.299: II. Andantino
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 8:36
9 Concerto for Lute, 2 Violins and Continuo in D, RV.93: II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 5:12
10 String Quartet in F major, Op.3, No.5 (formerly attrib. J. Haydn): Andante cantabile
Roman Hoffstetter 4:50
11 The Gadfly, Op97: III. Youth (Romance)
Дмитрий Дмитриевич Шостакович 3:51
12 Suite for 2 Violins, Violoncello and Piano (left hand) Op.23: IV. Lied
Erich Wolfgang Korngold 3:45
13 Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings, and Continuo in D minor, BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:32
14 Così fan tutte, K.588, Act 1: "Soave sia il vento"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:40
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, Cantata BWV 147: Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:08
2 Thaïs, Acte Deux: Méditation religieuse - Symphonie
Jules Massenet 5:42
3 Requiem, Op.48: 7. In paradisum
Gabriel Fauré 3:19
4 Gymnopédie No.1
Erik Satie 2:55
5 Lakmé, Act 1: Viens, Mallika, ... Dôme épais (Flower Duet)
Léo Delibes 5:05
6 Le Carnaval des Animaux: Le Cygne
Camille Saint‐Saëns 3:19
7 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 ('Sleepers, awake')
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:33
8 Madama Butterfly, Act 2: Coro a bocca chiusa (Humming Chorus)
Giacomo Puccini 3:00
9 Variations on an Original Theme, Op.36 "Enigma": 9. Nimrod (Adagio)
Sir Edward Elgar 3:18
10 A Village Romeo and Juliet, Music Drama in six scenes, Scene 5: The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Frederick Delius 10:16
11 Pavane, Op.50: for choir and orchestra (1901)
Gabriel Fauré 6:43
12 Panis Angelicus
César Franck 4:26
13 Serse, Act 1: "Ombra mai fù"
Georg Friedrich Händel 2:39
14 The Lark Ascending
Ralph Vaughan Williams 16:09
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Suite No.3 in D, BWV 1068: II. Air
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:24
2 Piano Concerto No.23 in A, K.488: II. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:06
3 Symphony No.2 in E minor, Op.27: III. Adagio
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов 14:20
4 Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 "Pathétique": II. Adagio cantabile
Ludwig van Beethoven 5:03
5 Crisantemi
Giacomo Puccini 7:11
6 Violin Concerto in D, Op.77: II. Adagio
Johannes Brahms 9:13
7 L'Arlésienne Suite No.1: Adagietto
Georges Bizet 3:13
8 Carmen Suite No.1: Intermezzo
Georges Bizet 2:37
9 Piano Concerto No.1 in C major, Op.15: II. Largo
Ludwig van Beethoven 11:10
10 Horn Concerto No.4 in E flat, K.495: II. Romanza (Andante)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:58
11 12 Etudes, Op.10: No. 3 in E "Tristesse"
Frédéric Chopin 5 4:25
12 Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture: Love Theme
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 3 3:14
CD 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Tristan und Isolde, Prelude to Act 1: Langsam und schmachtend
Richard Wagner 10:38
2 The Sleeping Beauty, Op.66, Act 1: 8a. Pas d'action: Introduction (Andante) - Adagio ("Rose Adagio")
Пётр Ильич Чайковский 6:38
3 Violin Romance No.2 in F major, Op.50
Ludwig van Beethoven 7:53
4 Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings, and Continuo in D minor, BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:45
5 Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.85: III. Adagio
Sir Edward Elgar 5:20
6 Liebestraum No.3 in A flat, S.541 No.3 (Arr. by Liszt from: O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, S.298)
Franz Liszt 4:00
7 Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
Claude Debussy 10:08
8 Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.16: II. Adagio
Edvard Grieg 6:44
9 Vocalise, Op.34, No.14: Version Cello and Piano
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов 6:59
10 Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Ralph Vaughan Williams 14:35

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
United States (1959-05) (track 1)
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1973-02) (track 11)
London, England, United Kingdom (1984-07) (track 14)
clarinet:
Antony Pay (1984-07) (track 14)
Richard West (clarinettist, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields) (1984-07) (track 14)
violin:
Arthur Grumiaux (Belgian violinist) (1973-02) (track 11)
cello:
Dietfried Gürtler (1970-03) (track 9)
Heinrich Schiff (1987-05) (track 8)
oboe:
Barry Davis (classical oboist) (1984-07) (track 14)
Celia Nicklin (1984-07) (track 14)
strings [string quartet]:
Weller Quartet (1970-03) (track 9)
classical guitar:
Pepe Romero (1982-11) (track 12)
bassoon:
Graham Sheen (1984-07) (track 14)
Felix Warnock (1984-07) (track 14)
guitar:
Marisa Robles (track 3)
wind instruments:
double bass:
Raymund Koster (violist) (1984-07) (track 14)
piano:
István Hajdu (pianist) (1973-02) (track 11)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1981-11) (track 7)
Samuel Sanders (1987-05) (track 8)
Pascal Rogé (pianist) (1989-01) (track 13)
piano and violin arranger:
Fritz Kreisler (violinist / composer) (track 11)
Camille Saint‐Saëns (1886) (track 8)
horn:
Julian Baker (horn player) (1984-07) (track 14)
Timothy Brown (UK horn player) (1984-07) (track 14)
Colin Horton (Horn player, St. Martin in the Fields) (1984-07) (track 14)
Nicholas Hill (1984-07) (track 14)
harp:
Marisa Robles (1983-08) (track 3)
basset horn:
Hale Hambleton (1984-07) (track 14)
Angela Malsbury (1984-07) (track 14)
arranger:
Joseph Canteloube (track 16)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1974) (track 3)
balance engineer:
Onno Scholtze (track 14)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1967-11) (track 15)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1976-06) (track 4)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1982-08) (track 16)
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (1985-01) (track 10)
James Lock (engineer) (1985-01) (track 10)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1987-10) (track 6)
Simon Eadon (1989-01) (track 13)
Simon Eadon (1991-09-30 – 1991-10-01) (track 2)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Iwan Edwards (1987-10) (track 6)
composer:
Antonín Dvořák (track 11)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 12)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 16)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730) (track 10)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1781) (track 14)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1787) (track 5)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1828) (track 9)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1830 – 1832) (track 7)
Gabriel Fauré (French composer) (1875) (track 13)
Gabriel Fauré (French composer) (1887) (tracks 6, 6)
Pietro Mascagni (1888) (track 4)
Claude Debussy (1890 – 1905) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (1914) (track 15)
Samuel Barber (1936) (track 2)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1939) (track 3)
conductor:
Iwan Edwards (track 6)
Frederick Fennell (conductor) (1959-05) (track 1)
Sir Neville Marriner (1967-11) (track 15)
Gianandrea Gavazzeni (1976-06) (track 4)
Jeffrey Tate (conductor) (1982-08) (track 16)
Charles Dutoit (1983-08) (track 3)
Neville Marriner (1984-07) (track 14)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (1985-01) (track 10)
Sir Neville Marriner (1985-11) (track 5)
Charles Dutoit (1987-10) (track 6)
David Zinman (1991-09-30 – 1991-10-01) (track 2)
dedicated to:
William Henry Reed (track 15)
engineer:
Simon Eadon (track 2)
lyricist:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 16)
orchestra:
Eastman-Rochester Pops Orchestra (use for Rochester Pops, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, etc.) (1959-05) (track 1)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1967-11) (track 15)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (1976-06) (track 4)
English Chamber Orchestra (1982-08) (track 16)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1983-08) (track 3)
Stuttgarter Kammerorchester (1985-01) (track 10)
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (1991-09-30 – 1991-10-01) (track 2)
orchestrator:
Henri Mouton (track 1)
Samuel Barber (1938) (track 2)
performer:
Jeffrey Tate (conductor) (track 16)
previously attributed to:
Vicente Gómez (guitar) (track 12)
Fernando Sor (track 12)
Narciso Yepes (track 12)
producer:
Michael Bremner (producer/engineer) (track 15)
Wilma Cozart Fine (track 1)
Martha de Francisco (track 14)
Rupert Fäustle (track 8)
Michael Haas (classical music producer) (track 10)
Chris Hazell (track 2)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (tracks 6, 13, 16)
Volker Straus (producer and engineer) (track 8)
James Walker (ballet/opera conductor, classical recordings producer for Decca) (track 7)
Michael Woolcock (producer) (track 4)
soprano vocals:
Kiri Te Kanawa (1982-08) (track 16)
premiered at:
[radio broadcast] (1938-11-05) (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Decca Music Group Limited (not for release label use, for ℗ & © rights holder use only) (1978) (track 4)
publisher:
Breitkopf & Härtel (track 15)
recorded at:
Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York, United States (1959-05) (track 1)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-11) (track 15)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1970-03) (track 9)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1976-06) (track 4)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1982-08) (track 16)
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1982-11) (track 12)
St. Barnabas Church (Finchley, (London, N12)) in Finchley, Barnet, London, United Kingdom (1983-08) (track 3)
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1984-07) (track 14)
[unknown] (only use for recorded at if explicitly stated to be at an unknown place.) (1987-05) (track 8)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1989-01) (track 13)
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, Maryland, United States (1991-09-30 – 1991-10-01) (track 2)
part of:
Works of Gabriel Fauré by opus number (number: op. 50) (track 6)
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 70) (track 15)
arrangement of:
Gipsy Songs, op. 55: IV. Songs My Mother Taught Me (for voice and piano) (track 11)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (part of orig. Carnival of the Animals, for cello and dual piano) (track 8)
Pavane, op. 50 (for piano and chorus) (track 6)
arrangements:
Adagio for Strings (arr. John O'Reilly for woodwind band) (track 2)
Adagio for Strings (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Adagio for Strings (for organ, Strickland) (track 2)
Adagio for Strings (Lee Jackson arrangement) (track 2)
Adagio for Strings (arr. Lucien Cailliet for clarinet choir) (track 2)
Agnus Dei (arr. Samuel Barber for chorus) (track 2)
Air on a G String (Guitar + modern ensemble arr. Myers) (track 10)
Air on the G String (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 10)
Air on the G String (for violin & piano, arr. Wilhelmj) (track 10)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2 (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 7)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2: Andante (for violin and piano, arr. Sarasate) (track 7)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2: Andante (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
Nocturne, op. 9 no. 2 (for guitar, Tárrega) (track 7)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (catch-all for unknown versions/arrangements) (track 10)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano, Siloti) (track 10)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 10)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for violin and piano, arr. Windsperger) (track 10)
Orchestersuite no. 3 D-dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (arr. Nigel Kennedy, John Lenehan) (track 10)
Pavane (arr Iveta Apkalna) (track 6)
Pavane in F-sharp minor, op. 50 (for orchestra and (optional) chorus) (track 6)
Pavane, op, 50 (for brass band, Langford) (track 6)
Pavane, op. 50 (catch-all for arrangements and unknown versions) (track 6)
Pavane, op. 50 (Cæcilie Norby version) (track 6)
Serenade in B-flat major, K. 370a/361 “Gran Partita”: III. Adagio (for oboe quartet and piano, arr. Schwencke) (track 14)
Solo Amore (track 10)
Sospiri, op. 70 (for violin and piano, arr. Griffiths) (track 15)
String Quintet in C major, D. 956: II. Adagio (for piano duet, Ulrich) (track 9)
The Shepherd's Song (for Brass Band) (track 16)
is the basis for:
Ave Maria (Adapted from the Intermezzo of Cavalleria Rusticana) (track 4)
Bach Aire (track 10)
Chopin's Nocturne in E Flat (Greeley adaptation) (track 7)
Dov’è l’amore (track 2)
Lugebat David (track 6)
My Twilight Dream (track 7)
Natural (S Club 7 song) (track 6)
Sancta Maria (based on the Intermezzo from "Cavalleria rusticana" by Mascagni) (track 4)
Sweetest Love (track 10)
later versions:
Chopin w Brazylii (track 7)
Dream a Dream (track 6)
orchestration of:
orchestrations:
Aria from Overture no. 3, BWV 1068 ("Air on the G-string", Stokowski orchestration) (track 10)
part of:
3 Nocturnes, op. 33 (track 13)
Concierto de Aranjuez (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 3)
Nocturnes, op. 9 (track 7)
String Quintet in C major, D. 956 (movement) (track 9)
partial recording of:
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (1983-08) (track 3)
recording of:
Pavane, op. 50 (for piano and chorus) (track 6)
Clair de lune (orch. Mouton) (1959-05) (track 1)
Sospiri, op. 70 (for strings, harp (or piano) and organ (or harmonium)) (1967-11) (track 15)
Gypsy Melodies: Songs My Mother Taught Me (for violin and piano, arr. Kreisler) (1973-02) (track 11)
Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo (1976-06) (track 4)
Jeux interdits (1982-11) (track 12)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (for cello (or violin) + piano, by composer) (1987-05) (track 8)
Pavane in F-sharp minor, op. 50 (for orchestra and (optional) chorus) (1987-10) (track 6)
Adagio for Strings (1991-09-30 – 1991-10-01) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (track 10)

CD 2

recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (1976-06) (track 13)
clarinet:
Jack Brymer (1964-05) (track 2)
violin:
Willi Boskovsky (1957-10) (track 7)
Yaroslav Alexandrov (1962-09) (track 5)
Rostislav Dubinsky (1962-09) (track 5)
Maurice Hasson (1976-06) (track 13)
Henryk Szeryng (1976-06) (track 13)
Alexander Kerr (violinist) (1998-09) (track 11)
cello:
Nikolaus Hübner (1957-10) (track 7)
Valentin Berlinsky (1962-09) (track 5)
oboe:
Heinz Holliger (1986-07) (track 6)
strings [string quartet]:
Borodin Quartet (1962-09) (track 5)
viola:
Günther Breitenbach (1957-10) (track 7)
Dmitri Shebalin (1962-09) (track 5)
flute:
Irena Grafenauer (flautist) (1988-01) (track 8)
guitar:
Eduardo Fernández (guitarist) (1986-12) (track 9)
double bass:
Johann Krump (1957-10) (track 7)
piano:
Sir Clifford Curzon (1957-10) (track 7)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1977-09) (track 1)
Radu Lupu (pianist) (1982-06) (track 4)
harp:
Maria Graf (harpist) (1988-01) (track 8)
arranger:
Harry van Hoof (track 8)
balance engineer:
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1977-09) (track 1)
Simon Eadon (1982-06) (track 4)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1986-05) (track 3)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1986-12) (track 9)
Jan Wesselink (1997-07) (track 10)
baritone vocals [Don Alfonso]:
Tom Krause (bass-baritone) (1971-10) (track 14)
bass vocals:
Tom Krause (bass-baritone) (track 14)
composer:
Roman Hoffstetter (track 10)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (track 14)
Antonio Vivaldi (track 9)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730 – 1731) (track 13)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1778-04) (track 8)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791-09-28 – 1791-10-07) (track 2)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1801) (track 1)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1819) (track 7)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1827) (track 4)
Felix Mendelssohn (1842) (track 3)
Александр Порфирьевич Бородин (Alexander Borodin) (1881) (track 5)
conductor:
Sir Colin Davis (1964-05) (track 2)
István Kertész (conductor) (1971-10) (track 14)
Sir Neville Marriner (1976-06) (track 13)
Charles Dutoit (1986-05) (track 3)
George Malcolm (English harpsichordist, conductor) (1986-12) (track 9)
Sir Neville Marriner (1988-01) (track 8)
Riccardo Chailly (1998-09) (track 11)
contralto vocals [Dorabella]:
Brigitte Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano) (1971-10) (track 14)
librettist:
Lorenzo Da Ponte (track 14)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (1964-05) (track 2)
Vienna Haydn Orchestra (1971-10) (track 14)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1976-06) (track 13)
I Musici (1986-07) (track 6)
English Chamber Orchestra (1986-12) (track 9)
Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (1998-09) (track 11)
performer:
I Musici (1997-07) (track 10)
previously attributed to:
Joseph Haydn (track 10)
producer:
Andrew Cornall (engineer / producer) (track 11)
Michael Haas (classical music producer) (track 4)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (tracks 3, 9)
Vittorio Negri (track 13)
Christopher Raeburn (track 14)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (track 5)
Hermine Sterringa (track 10)
Jean van Vugt (track 10)
James Walker (ballet/opera conductor, classical recordings producer for Decca) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1971-10) (track 14)
soprano vocals:
Brigitte Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano) (track 14)
soprano vocals [Fiordiligi]:
Lucia Popp (soprano) (1971-10) (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
The Decca Record Company Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1962 –) (track 5)
recorded at:
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1957-10) (track 7)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1971-10) (track 14)
Friedrich-Ebert-Halle in Hamburg, Germany (1982-06) (track 4)
[unknown] (only use for recorded at if explicitly stated to be at an unknown place.) (1986-07) (track 6)
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1986-12) (track 9)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto (catch all for arrangements) (track 13)
Concerto per oboe, archi e continuo in re minore: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Impromptu in G major, D. 899 no. 3 (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 4)
Impromptu in G-flat major, S. 565b no. 2 (edited by Liszt) (track 4)
Nocturne (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 5)
Nocturne for Violin and Orchestra (arranged by Rimsky-Korsakov) (track 5)
Reilly (theme from the Thames TV series, Reilly ace of spies) (track 11)
Romance from The Gadfly (for brass band, Broadbent) (track 11)
Romance from The Gadfly Suite (for violin and piano) (track 11)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major: III. Notturno (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
is the basis for:
Mephistopheles (track 1)
Moonlight (The Piano Guys) (track 1)
Overture (track 1)
What Is Eternal (track 1)
月光 (Mondscheinsonate+drumloops) (track 1)
later versions:
Andante cantabile (Stokowski orchestration) (track 10)
orchestrations:
Moonlight Sonata (orch. Stokowski) (track 1)
Nocturne for Strings (orchestration by Sargent) (track 5)
Notturno: Andante amoroso (orchestration by Tcherepnin) (track 5)
part of:
The Gadfly, op. 97 (track 11)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major (movement) (track 5)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Concerto for Lute in D major, RV 93: II. Largo (for guitar and orchestra, arr. Malipiero) (1986-12) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (tracks 1–2)

CD 3

violin:
Iona Brown (violinist and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields) (1971-05) (track 14)
Nigel Kennedy (1983-12) (track 2)
cello:
Jascha Silberstein (cellist) (1969-12) (track 6)
harp:
Marie Goossens (1969-12) (track 6)
arranger:
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (track 1)
assistant producer:
Michael Woolcock (producer) (1974-01) (track 8)
balance engineer:
John Dunkerley (engineer) (track 4)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1969-12) (track 6)
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (1971-05) (track 14)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1987-10) (tracks 3, 11)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Norbert Balatsch (baritone, chorus master and conductor) (track 8)
Iwan Edwards (1987-10) (tracks 3, 11)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 1, 7, 7)
Léo Delibes (track 5)
Frederick Delius (track 10)
César Franck (track 12)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (track 8)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1737-12-26 – 1738-01-09) (track 13)
Gabriel Fauré (French composer) (1886 – 1900) (track 3)
Gabriel Fauré (French composer) (1887) (tracks 11, 11)
Erik Satie (French composer) (1888) (track 4)
Erik Satie (French composer) (1888-02 – 1888-04) (track 4)
Jules Massenet (1894) (track 2)
Edward Elgar (1899) (track 9)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1914) (track 14)
conductor:
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (track 1)
Raymond Agoult (Hungarian, London-based conductor and composer) (track 7)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (track 5)
Charles Dutoit (track 4)
Iwan Edwards (track 11)
Sir Neville Marriner (1971-05) (track 14)
Herbert von Karajan (1974-01) (track 8)
Sir Georg Solti (conductor) (1974-05) (track 9)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (1983-12) (track 2)
Charles Dutoit (1987-10) (tracks 3, 11)
Charles Mackerras (Australian conductor) (1989-08) (track 10)
dedicated to:
Augustus J. Jaeger (track 9)
librettist:
Philippe Gille (track 5)
Edmond Gondinet (track 5)
lyricist:
St. Thomas Aquinas (track 12)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Jane Berbié (mezzo-soprano) (track 5)
orchestra:
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (track 7)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1971-05) (track 14)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1974-01) (track 8)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1974-05) (track 9)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (1983-12) (track 2)
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (1987-10) (tracks 3, 11)
orchestrator:
Claude Debussy (1897) (track 4)
producer:
Michael Bremner (producer/engineer) (track 14)
James Mallinson (producer) (track 2)
Ray Minshull (track 9)
John Mordler (track 6)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (tracks 3–4, 11)
Christopher Raeburn (1974-01) (track 8)
publisher:
recording engineer:
Jack Law (engineer) (1974-01) (track 8)
James Lock (engineer) (1974-01) (track 8)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1974-01) (track 8)
soprano vocals:
Joan Sutherland (track 5)
premiered at:
[concert] (1921-06-14) (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
The Decca Record Company Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1992) (track 2)
publisher:
Editions Durand (1947-) (track 3)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1921-06-14) (track 14)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-12) (track 6)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1971-05) (track 14)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1974-01) (track 8)
Medinah Temple in Chicago, Illinois, United States (1974-05) (track 9)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1983-12) (track 2)
Église de Saint-Eustache in Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Canada (1987-10) (tracks 3–4, 11)
part of:
Works of Gabriel Fauré by opus number (number: op. 50) (track 11)
arrangement of:
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (part of orig. Carnival of the Animals, for cello and dual piano) (track 6)
Pavane, op. 50 (for piano and chorus) (track 11)
The Lark Ascending (for violin and piano) (track 14)
arrangements:
Cosmic Chorale (track 1)
Largo from "Xerxes" (for violin, harp, organ and strings, arr. Hellmesberger) (track 13)
Meditation from Thaïs (for orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 2)
Meditation from Thaïs (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Meditation from Thaïs (for violin and piano, arr. Marsick) (track 2)
Meditation from Thaïs (for trumpet and orchestra, arr. Nakariakov) (track 2)
Panis Angelicus (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Pavane (arr Iveta Apkalna) (track 11)
Pavane in F-sharp minor, op. 50 (for orchestra and (optional) chorus) (track 11)
Pavane, op, 50 (for brass band, Langford) (track 11)
Pavane, op. 50 (Cæcilie Norby version) (track 11)
Pavane, op. 50 (catch-all for arrangements and unknown versions) (track 11)
Première Gymnopédie: Lent et douloureux (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Serse, HWV 40: Atto I. Arioso "Ombra mai fù" (catch-all for arrangements) (track 13)
is the basis for:
Child of the Night (track 5)
Crux fidelis (track 13)
Drifting, Dreaming (track 4)
Lugebat David (track 11)
Natural (S Club 7 song) (track 11)
Night Enchanted (track 5)
Sanctus (based on "Nimrod" from Variations on an Original Theme ('Enigma'), op. 36) (track 9)
Sanctus Dei (track 9)
The Globalist (track 9)
Tornerai (track 8)
神様 見てよ (track 1)
later translated versions:
Xerxès HWV 40 : Largo "Bois de lent oubli" (french version) (track 13)
later versions:
Dream a Dream (track 11)
Nimrod (track 9)
O Lord Most Holy (track 12)
Trois Gymnopedies (first movement) (Gary Numan version) (track 4)
orchestration of:
orchestrations:
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)
Panis Angelicus (orch. Stokowski) (track 12)
part of:
Thaïs: Acte II (track 2)
Gymnopédies (orchestrated by Debussy) (track 4)
Gymnopédies (track 4)
Lakmé: Acte I (track 5)
Requiem, op. 48 (track 3)
recording of:
Gymnopédies: I. Lent et grave (Satie: Gymnopédie No. 3 orchestrated by Debussy) (track 4)
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 1)
Panis Angelicus (track 12)
Pavane, op. 50 (for piano and chorus) (track 11)
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 (Bantock orchestration) (track 7)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (catch-all for unknown arrangement) (1969-12) (track 6)
The Lark Ascending (for violin and orchestra) (1971-05) (track 14)
Madama Butterfly: Atto II. Coro a bocca chiusa (Humming Chorus) (1974-01) (track 8)
Pavane in F-sharp minor, op. 50 (for orchestra and (optional) chorus) (1987-10) (track 11)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (track 13)

CD 4

violin:
Henryk Szeryng (1976-06) (track 1)
Joshua Bell (1994-05) (track 6)
piano:
Sir Clifford Curzon (1967-10) (track 2)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1972-07) (track 11)
Radu Lupu (pianist) (1979-03) (track 9)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1980) (track 4)
French horn:
Barry Tuckwell (hornist/conductor) (1983) (track 10)
balance engineer:
James Lock (engineer) (1972-07) (track 11)
James Lock (engineer) (1994-05) (track 6)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 1)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (track 8)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1786) (track 10)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1786 – 1786-03-02) (track 2)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1796 – 1797) (track 9)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1798) (track 4)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1832) (track 11)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1869) (track 12)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (1872) (track 7)
Johannes Brahms (1878) (track 6)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (1890) (track 5)
conductor:
Charles Dutoit (track 8)
Herbert von Karajan (1960-06) (track 12)
István Kertész (conductor) (1967-10) (track 2)
Sir Neville Marriner (1976-06) (track 1)
Zubin Mehta (conductor) (1979-03) (track 9)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1981-09) (track 3)
Barry Tuckwell (hornist/conductor) (1983) (track 10)
Christoph von Dohnányi (German conductor) (1994-05) (track 6)
dedicated to:
Милий Алексеевич Балакирев (Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev) (track 12)
engineer:
John Dunkerley (engineer) (track 3)
Colin Moorfoot (engineer) (track 3)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (track 3)
orchestra:
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1960-06) (track 12)
London Symphony Orchestra (1967-10) (track 2)
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (1979-03) (track 9)
Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (1981-09) (track 3)
English Chamber Orchestra (1983) (track 10)
Cleveland Orchestra (1994-05) (track 6)
producer:
Andrew Cornall (engineer / producer) (track 3)
Ray Minshull (track 2)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 6)
Vittorio Negri (track 1)
Christopher Raeburn (track 11)
John Culshaw (1960-06) (track 12)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (1960-06) (track 12)
recording engineer:
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1967-10) (track 2)
revised by:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1870) (track 12)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880) (track 12)
recorded at:
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1960-06) (track 12)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-10) (track 2)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1972-07) (track 11)
Charles Bronfman Auditorium (formerly Frederic R. Mann Auditorium) in Tel Aviv, Tel-Aviv, Israel (1979-03) (track 9)
Concertgebouw (Amsterdam) in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1981-09) (track 3)
part of:
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 42) (track 12)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Adagio from Symphony no. 2 (for band and cornet, Farr) (track 3)
Romeo and Juliet, TH 42, ČW 39 (for piano four hands, Nadezhda Purgold) (track 12)
Étude in E major, op. 10 no. 3: Lento ma non troppo (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
is based on:
Carmen: Acte II. Entr’acte (intermission between Acts II & III) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Concerto (track 4)
Great Expectations (track 4)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR.HELP (FixEight) (track 11)
Interludio (track 4)
No Other Love (Chopin adaptation) (track 11)
This Night (track 4)
さびしんぼう (track 11)
秋の手紙 (track 3)
later versions:
Chopin w Chinach (track 11)
Dans la nuit (Sarah Brightman song) (track 11)
L'Arlésienne Suite no. 1: III. Adagietto (for piano, Bizet) (track 7)
orchestration of:
Crisantemi (for string quartet) (track 5)
part of:
Carmen Suite no. 1 (track 8)
L'Arlésienne Suite no. 1, op. 23bis (for orchestra) (track 7)
Études, op. 10 (track 11)
partial recording of:
Romeo and Juliet, TH 42, ČW 39 (1880 version, commonly performed) (1960-06) (track 12)
recording of:
Carmen Suite no. 1: III. Intermezzo (based on Carmen: Entr’acte between Acts II and III) (track 8)
I Crisantemi (for string orchestra) (track 5)
L'Arlésienne Suite no. 1: III. Adagietto (for orchestra) (track 7)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (catch-all for unknown versions/arrangements) (1976-06) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (track 4)
revision of:
Romeo and Juliet (1870, rarely performed) (track 12)

CD 5

chamber organ:
violin:
Alison Bury (track 4)
Graham Cracknell (track 4)
Roy Goodman (conductor and violinist) (track 4)
Christopher Hirons (track 4)
John Holloway (violinist/conductor) (track 4)
Monica Huggett (track 4)
Arthur Grumiaux (Belgian violinist) (1960-05) (track 3)
cello:
Mark Claudle (track 4)
Lynn Harrell (track 9)
Richard Webb (cellist) (track 4)
Julian Lloyd Webber (1985-07) (track 5)
viola:
Katherine Hart (track 4)
Trevor Jones (British violist, ex. Salomon Quartet) (track 4)
flute:
Jeffrey Khaner (1986-04) (track 7)
double bass:
Keith Marjoram (track 4)
piano:
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (track 9)
Misha Dichter (track 6)
Jorge Bolet (1986-05) (track 8)
harpsichord:
arranger:
Franz Liszt (track 6)
Leonard Rose (cellist) (track 9)
balance engineer:
James Lock (engineer) (1977-03) (track 2)
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (1986-05) (track 8)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (track 2)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730 – 1731) (track 4)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1798) (track 3)
Franz Liszt (1850) (track 6)
Richard Wagner (1857-10 – 1859-08) (track 1)
Edvard Grieg (1868) (track 8)
Claude Debussy (1891 – 1894-09) (track 7)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1910) (track 10)
Edward Elgar (1918 – 1919) (track 5)
conductor:
Bernard Haitink (1960-05) (track 3)
Sir Georg Solti (conductor) (1960-09) (track 1)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (1977-03) (track 2)
Yehudi Menuhin (1985-07) (track 5)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1986-04) (track 7)
Riccardo Chailly (1986-05) (track 8)
dedicated to:
Raymond Bonheur (track 7)
orchestra:
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (1960-05) (track 3)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1960-09) (track 1)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (1977-03) (track 2)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1985-07) (track 5)
Cleveland Orchestra (1986-04) (track 7)
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (RIAS‐Symphonie‐Orchester, 1946–1956 / Radio‐Symphonie‐Orchester Berlin, 1956–1993) (1986-05) (track 8)
producer:
Richard Beswick (track 2)
John Culshaw (track 1)
Michael Haas (classical music producer) (track 8)
Wilhelm Hellweg (producer / engineer) (track 5)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 9)
solo violin:
Arthur Grumiaux (Belgian violinist) (track 3)
premiered at:
[concert] (1894-12-22) (track 7)
publisher:
Eugène Fromont (1895-10) (track 7)
engineered at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1977-03) (track 2)
recorded at:
St. Barnabas Church (Finchley, (London, N12)) in Finchley, Barnet, London, United Kingdom (track 9)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1960-09) (track 1)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1977-03) (track 2)
Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio, United States (1986-04) (track 7)
Jesus‐Christus‐Kirche (Dahlem) in Berlin, Germany (1986-05) (track 8)
part of:
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version de 1977 "L.") (number: L. 86) (track 7)
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version révisée en 2001 "CD") (number: CD 87) (track 7)
arrangement of:
14 Romances, op. 34 no. 14: Vocalise (for voice and piano, original version) (track 9)
O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, S. 298/2 (second version) (track 6)
arrangements:
BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto (catch all for arrangements) (track 4)
Extract from "The Afternoon of a Faun" (for violin and piano, Heifetz) (track 7)
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (for two pianos) (track 10)
Prelude to “Tristan und Isolde” (for organ, Lemare) (track 1)
Prélude de Tristan et Isolde (transcr. Tanguy de Williencourt for piano) (track 1)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for two pianos, Debussy) (track 7)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for two pianos, Ravel) (track 7)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for chamber ensemble, Sachs) (track 7)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (for flute and piano, arr. Samazeuilh) (track 7)
Romance (track 3)
Tristan und Isolde: Vorspiel (for piano, van Bülow) (track 1)
Viola Concerto: III. Adagio (arr. Lionel Tertis) (track 5)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Prélude à L'après-midi d'un faune (arr. Tomita) (track 7)
orchestrations:
part of:
Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85 (movement) (track 5)
recording of:
Vocalise, op. 34 no. 14 (arr. L. Rose for cello and piano) (track 9)
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for orchestra) (1986-04) (track 7)

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