Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 La vie en Rose
Marlene Dietrich 2:43
2 "Dawn" from Daphnis et Chloe
Maurice Ravel 5:42
3 1st Gymnopedie
Erik Satie 3:38
4 La Terrasse des Audiences du Clair de Lune
Claude Debussy 4:23
5 Prelude no. 2
George Gershwin 4:36
6 "Summertime"
George Gershwin 3:20
7 Pavane pour une Infante defunte
Maurice Ravel 6:27
8 Andantino from String Quartet
Giuseppe Verdi 7:04
9 Prélude à l'Après-midi d'un Faune
Claude Debussy 10:49
10 Allegro from String Serenade
Tchaikovsky 11:09
11 "Rain" from "The Four Seasons: Winter"
Antonio Vivaldi 1:59
12 "Raindrop" Prelude
Fryderyk Chopin 6:02
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Opening from Glassworks
Philip Glass 6:23
2 Prelude from English Suite no. 2
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:33
3 Nocturne from String Quartet no. 2
Alexander Borodin 8:31
4 Nocturne, op. 9 no. 1
Fryderyk Chopin 4:56
5 Adagio from Piano Concerto no. 5 "Emperor"
Ludwig van Beethoven 8:27
6 Valse Triste
Jean Sibelius 4:28
7 Catilena
Heitor Villa‐Lobos 6:48
8 Flamenco Sketches
Miles Davis 9:25
9 Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez
Joaquín Rodrigo 10:56
10 Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Francisco Tárrega 3:34
11 Oiseaux Tristes
Maurice Ravel 4:02
12 Clair de Lune
Claude Debussy 4:41

Credits

CD 1

premiered in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1902-04-05) (track 7)
violin:
Robert Mann (American violinist) (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
Joel Smirnoff (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
cello:
Joel Krosnick (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
viola:
Samuel Rhodes (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
flute:
Jean‐Pierre Rampal (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
flute arranger:
string quartet:
Juilliard String Quartet (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
piano:
Paul Crossley (pianist) (track 4)
Philippe Entremont (track 7)
Cyprien Katsaris (track 12)
Katia Labèque (track 5)
Marielle Labèque (track 5)
Daniel Varsano (track 3)
choir vocals:
Schola Cantorum (New York, fka the MacDowell Chorus, renamed in 1912) (1961-03-13) (track 2)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (track 6)
Louiguy (track 1)
Antonio Vivaldi (1723) (track 11)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1836 – 1839) (track 12)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (1873) (track 8)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880) (track 10)
Erik Satie (French composer) (1888-02 – 1888-04) (track 3)
Claude Debussy (1891 – 1894-09) (track 9)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1899) (track 7)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1909 – 1912) (track 2)
Claude Debussy (1911 – 1912) (track 4)
George Gershwin (composer) (1926) (track 5)
concertmaster:
János Rolla (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
conductor:
Carlo Maria Giulini (conductor) (track 9)
János Rolla (track 11)
Leonard Bernstein (American composer and conductor) (1961-03-13) (track 2)
Leonard Bernstein (American composer and conductor) (1970-10-22) (track 10)
Jean‐Pierre Rampal (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
dedicated to:
Raymond Bonheur (track 9)
engineer:
Pauline Heister (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
instruments:
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (track 6)
DuBose Heyward (track 6)
Édith Piaf (track 1)
orchestra:
New York Philharmonic (1961-03-13) (track 2)
New York Philharmonic (1970-10-22) (track 10)
Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra (Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra) (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
producer:
Georges Kadar (track 11)
Gary Schultz (track 8)
recording engineer:
Buddy Graham (classical sound engineer) (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
translator:
Mack David (track 1)
premiered at:
[concert] (1894-12-22) (track 9)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 6)
Warner/Chappell (track 6)
ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion) (track 1)
Eugène Fromont (1895-10) (track 9)
Ira Gershwin Music (1935) (track 6)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (1935) (track 6)
recorded at:
Manhattan Center in New York, New York, United States (1961-03-13) (track 2)
David Geffen Hall (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1970-10-22) (track 10)
Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall in Princeton, New Jersey, United States (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary (1992-05-10 – 1992-05-13) (track 11)
compiled in:
part of:
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version de 1977 "L.") (number: L. 86) (track 9)
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version révisée en 2001 "CD") (number: CD 87) (track 9)
arrangement of:
Three Preludes: No. 2. Andante con moto e poco rubato (original version for piano) (track 5)
arrangements:
Daphnis et Chloé Suite no. 2: I. Lever du jour. Lent (for two pianos, Garban) (track 2)
Extract from "The Afternoon of a Faun" (for violin and piano, Heifetz) (track 9)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for flute and harp arr. by Quinto Maganini) (track 7)
Prelude, op. 28 no. 15 (for guitar, Tárrega) (track 12)
Première Gymnopédie: Lent et douloureux (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Prélude in D-flat major, op. 28 no. 15 "Raindrop": Sostenuto (for cello and piano, Casals) (track 12)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for two pianos, Ravel) (track 9)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for two pianos, Debussy) (track 9)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86, CD 87 (for chamber ensemble, Sachs) (track 9)
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (for flute and piano, arr. Samazeuilh) (track 9)
Préludes, Livre II, L. 123: VII. La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune. Lent (catch-all for arrangements and unknown versions) (track 4)
Summertime (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Doin’ Time (track 6)
Drifting, Dreaming (track 3)
Moonlight Love (1956 song) (track 4)
Prélude à L'après-midi d'un faune (arr. Tomita) (track 9)
Summertime (Rick Wakeman arrangement) (track 6)
The Bones of You (track 6)
The Lamp Is Low (1939 song) (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
Tschibuti (track 6)
later translated versions:
C'est l'été (track 6)
Sommartid (track 6)
Summa is (track 6)
later versions:
Chopin w Afryce (track 12)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (arrangement for 48 violas) (track 7)
Trois Gymnopedies (first movement) (Gary Numan version) (track 3)
orchestrations:
Gymnopédie no. 1: Lent et douloureux (orchestrated by Lenehan & Kennedy) (track 3)
Gymnopédies: II. Lent et douloureux (Satie: Gymnopédie No. 1 orchestrated by Debussy) (track 3)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (orchestrated version) (track 7)
part of:
Gymnopédies (track 3)
Quartetto in E minor (movement) (track 8)
Préludes, Livre II, L. 123 (part of collection) (track 4)
recording of:
La Vie en rose (English translation) (track 1)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for solo piano) (track 7)
Preludes for Piano: No. 2. Andante con moto e poco rubato (catch-all for unknown arrangement) (track 5)
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (track 6)
Quartetto in E minor: II. Andantino (1989-10-13 – 1989-10-14) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
La Vie en rose (French original) (track 1)

CD 2

violin:
Isaac Stern (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14) (track 12)
guitar:
John Williams (classical guitarist) (track 9)
piano:
Philippe Entremont (track 11)
Leon Fleisher (track 5)
傅聰 (track 4)
Glenn Gould (pianist) (1971-05-23) (track 2)
arranger:
Arthur Harris (track 12)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 2)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (track 4)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (track 8)
Bill Evans (pianist) (track 8)
Francisco Tárrega (track 10)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1809) (track 5)
Claude Debussy (1890 – 1905) (track 12)
Jean Sibelius (1903) (track 6)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1904 – 1905) (track 11)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1939) (track 9)
Philip Glass (1981) (track 1)
conductor:
José Buenagu (conductor) (track 9)
George Szell (track 5)
Leonard Bernstein (American composer and conductor) (1963-02-06) (track 7)
Milton Katims (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14) (track 12)
Esa‐Pekka Salonen (1990-09) (track 6)
instruments:
orchestra:
New York Philharmonic (1963-02-06) (track 7)
Columbia Symphony Orchestra (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14) (track 12)
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra (1990-09) (track 6)
producer:
Thomas Frost (track 12)
revised by:
Jean Sibelius (1904) (track 6)
soprano vocals:
Netania Davrath (1963-02-06) (track 7)
premiered at:
Konsertti (1904-04-25) (track 6)
premiered at:
Svenska Teatern in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1904-04-25) (track 6)
recorded at:
David Geffen Hall (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1963-02-06) (track 7)
Manhattan Center in New York, New York, United States (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14) (track 12)
Berwaldhallen in Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden (1990-09) (track 6)
compiled in:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 9)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Valse Triste, op. 44 no. 1 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for cello and piano, arr. Hermann) (track 6)
is the basis for:
Cactus Practice (track 4)
Kuolema, op. 44: I. Valse triste (for piano) (track 6)
Étude (Mike Oldfield instrumental) (track 10)
女王イリヤ (track 4)
orchestrations:
Oiseaux tristes (orchestrated by Matthews) (track 11)
part of:
2 Pieces from Kuolema, op. 44 (part of collection) (track 6)
Glassworks (track 1)
Nocturnes, op. 9 (track 4)
Concierto de Aranjuez (movement) (track 9)
Miroirs (track 11)
recording of:
Flamenco Sketches (track 8)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (catch-all for arrangements) (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14) (track 12)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for orchestra) (1990-09) (track 6)
referred to in medleys:
revision of: