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CD 1
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12001: A Space Odyssey: Also sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra)
organ:
David Bell (organist)
orchestra:
London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO)
conductor:
Klaus Tennstedt (conductor)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1990)
recording of:
Also sprach Zarathustra, op. 30: I. Einleitung (Sonnenaufgang)
composer:
Richard Strauss (German composer) (in 1896)
part of:
Also sprach Zarathustra (op 30; TrV 176)
Richard Strauss1:49
2The Piano: The Heart Asks Pleasure FirstMichael Nyman1:39
3Shadowlands: Shadowlands End Credits
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra
conductor:
George Fenton (English score composer)
George Fenton3:38
4Schindler's List: Schindler's List Theme
violin:
Tasmin Little (violinist) (in 1994)
orchestra:
New World Symphony and New World Philharmonic (in 1994)
conductor:
Iain Sutherland (British conductor) (in 1994)
recording of:
Main Theme (Schindler’s List) (in 1994)
composer:
John Williams (American score composer) (in 1993)
publisher:
Chester Music Ltd. and Universal/MCA Music (music publisher; do not use as release label!)
part of:
Schindler's List
John Williams5:07
5The Remains of the Day: A Portrait Returns / Darlington Hall / End CreditsRichard Robbins6:53
6Philadelphia: Andrea Chénier: Act III. "La mamma morta"
engineer:
Robert Beckett (classical recording engineer, EMI mainly)
producer:
Walter Legge (British classical record producer, 1906-1979)
soprano vocals [Maddalena]:
Maria Callas (soprano) (from 1954-09-18 until 1954-09-20)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (from 1954-09-18 until 1954-09-20)
conductor:
Tullio Serafin (conductor) (from 1954-09-18 until 1954-09-20)
recorded at:
Watford Town Hall (fka "Watford Town Hall" until it closed in 1994; reopened in 1995 under its present name) in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1954-09-18 until 1954-09-20)
recording of:
Andrea Chénier: Atto III. “La mamma morta” (Maddalena, Gérard) (from 1954-09-18 until 1954-09-20)
composer:
Umberto Giordano (Italian opera composer)
librettist:
Luigi Illica
publisher:
Casa Musicale Sonzogno
part of:
Andrea Chénier: Atto III
Umberto Giordano4:53
7Diva: La Wally: Act I. "Ebben? Ne andrò lontana"
Alfredo Catalani4:52
8Apocalypse Now: Die Walküre: Act III: The Ride of the Valkyries
orchestra:
London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) (from 1972-12-13 until 1972-12-14)
conductor:
Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) (from 1972-12-13 until 1972-12-14)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios: Studio 1 in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-12-13 until 1972-12-14)
recording of:
Excerpt from Die Walküre, WWV 86B: Akt III, Scene I, Walkürenritt (from 1972-12-13 until 1972-12-14)
composer:
Richard Wagner (composer) (from 1854 until 1856)
publisher:
Schott Music International (publisher; do not use as label)
part of:
Die Walküre, WWV 86B: Akt III, Scene I "Hojotoho! Hojotoho!"
Richard Wagner5:26
9Platoon: String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11: Adagio for Strings
orchestra:
The Philadelphia Orchestra (in 1957)
conductor:
Eugene Ormandy (conductor) (in 1957)
recording of:
Adagio for Strings (in 1957)
orchestrator:
Samuel Barber (American orchestral, choral, opera & piano composer) (in 1938)
composer:
Samuel Barber (American orchestral, choral, opera & piano composer) (in 1936)
premiered at:
[radio broadcast] (1938-11-05)
publisher:
G. Schirmer Inc.
arrangement of:
String Quartet, op. 11: II. Molto adagio
Samuel Barber36:24
10Barry Lyndon: Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat major, D 929: II. Andante con moto
cello:
Frédéric Lodéon (cellist and conductor)
piano:
Jean‐Philippe Collard (French classical pianist)
violin:
Augustin Dumay (violinist)
Franz Schubert9:36
11Fatal Attraction: Madama Butterfly: Act II. "Un bel dì vedremo"
soprano vocals:
Montserrat Caballé (soprano)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra
conductor:
Charles Mackerras (Australian conductor)
Giacomo Puccini5:26
12A Room with a View: Gianni Schicchi: "O mio babbino caro"
soprano vocals and soprano vocals [Lauretta]:
Victoria de los Ángeles (soprano)
orchestra:
Orchestra del Teatro dell’Opera di Roma (in 1958)
conductor:
Gabriele Santini (conductor) (in 1958)
performer:
Orchestra del Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1959)
recording of:
Gianni Schicchi: Aria “O mio babbino caro” (Lauretta) (in 1958)
composer:
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer)
librettist:
Giovacchino Forzano
publisher:
Casa Ricordi BMG S.p.A. and G. Ricordi & Co. (London) Ltd.
part of:
Gianni Schicchi
recording of:
Gianni Schicchi: Aria “O mio babbino caro” (Lauretta) (in 1959)
composer:
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer)
librettist:
Giovacchino Forzano
publisher:
Casa Ricordi BMG S.p.A. and G. Ricordi & Co. (London) Ltd.
part of:
Gianni Schicchi
Giacomo Puccini2:07
13Immortal Beloved (Moonlight Sonata, Op. 27 No. 2)Ludwig van Beethoven5:50
14A Clockwork Orange: Funeral Music for Queen Mary: MarchHenry Purcell1:41
15Jefferson in Paris: Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 5 No. 12: "La Folia"Arcangelo Corelli10:21
CD 2
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1The Madness of King George: Zadok the Priest
choir vocals:
Ambrosian Singers (aka Ambrosian Opera Chorus / Ambrosian Chorus / Ambrosian Choir)
orchestra:
Menuhin Festival Orchestra
conductor:
Yehudi Menuhin (violinist)
arranger:
Basil Lam (English producer, harpsichordist)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1970)
recording of:
The Four Coronation Anthems: “Zadok the Priest”, HWV 258
composer:
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (in 1727)
premiered at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1727-10-11)
part of:
Händel-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: HWV 258)
part of:
The Four Coronation Anthems
Georg Friedrich Händel5:46
2Out of Africa: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio
basset clarinet and clarinet:
Sabine Meyer (clarinetist)
orchestra:
Staatskapelle Dresden (Dresden Symphonic Orchestra) (in 1990)
conductor:
Hans Vonk (conductor) (in 1990)
recording of:
Concerto for Clarinet in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (in 1990)
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (from 1791-09-28 until 1791-10-07)
part of:
Concerto for Clarinet in A major, K. 622
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart6:38
3Driving Miss Daisy: Rusalka: Act I. "Song to the Moon"
soprano vocals [Rusalka]:
Lucia Popp (soprano)
orchestra:
Munich Radio Symphony Orchestra
conductor:
Stefan Soltész (conductor)
recording of:
Rusalka, op. 114, B. 203: 1. jednání. “Měsíčku na nebi hlubokém” (Rusalka) (Song to the Moon)
composer:
Antonín Dvořák (composer) (from 1900-04-21 until 1900-11-27)
part of:
Rusalka, op. 114, B. 203: 1. jednání
Antonín Dvořák5:56
4Raging Bull: Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976)
conductor:
Riccardo Muti (conductor)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1980)
recording of:
Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo
composer:
Pietro Mascagni (composer & conductor) (in 1888)
part of:
Cavalleria rusticana
part of:
Cavalleria rusticana (german lyrics)
Pietro Mascagni3:45
5The Untouchables: Pagliacci: Act I. "Recitar! ... Vesti la giubba"
tenor vocals [Canio]:
José Carreras (Spanish tenor)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976)
conductor:
Riccardo Muti (conductor)
recording of:
Pagliacci: Atto I. “Recitar!” - “Vesti la giubba” (Canio) (from 1979-05 until 1979-06)
composer and librettist:
Ruggero Leoncavallo (composer) (in 1892)
part of:
For the First Time (1959 film)
part of:
Pagliacci: Atto I
Ruggero Leoncavallo3:52
6Carrington: String Quintet in C major, Op. 163: II. Adagio
cello:
Laszlo Varga (cellist)
performer:
Hungarian Quartet (1935-1972)
partial recording of:
String Quintet in C major, D. 956: II. Adagio
composer:
Franz Schubert (composer) (in 1828)
part of:
String Quintet in C major, D. 956
Franz Schubert4:38
7Amadeus: Requiem in D minor, KV 626: "Requiem aeternam"
producer:
James Mallinson (producer)
choir vocals:
Schwedischer Rundfunkchor (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15) and Stockholmer Kammerchor (Stockholm Chamber Choir) (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
solo soprano vocals:
Patrizia Pace (soprano) (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
orchestra:
Berliner Philharmoniker (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
conductor:
Riccardo Muti (conductor) (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
chorus master:
Eric Ericson (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
balance engineer:
John Kurlander (engineer)
recorded at:
Berliner Philharmonie in Berlin, Germany (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
recording of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (Süßmayr Edition; choir and soprano solo) (from 1987-02-14 until 1987-02-15)
orchestrator:
Franz Jakob Freystädtler, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) and Franz Xaver Süßmayr
additional composer:
Franz Xaver Süßmayr
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (in 1791)
part of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (Süßmayr edition)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart5:24
8Pretty Woman: La traviata: Act II. "Dammi tu forze, o cielo!"
mezzo-soprano vocals [Annina]:
Cynthia Buchan (mezzo-soprano) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
soprano vocals [Violetta]:
Renata Scotto (soprano) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
tenor vocals [Alfredo]:
Alfredo Kraus (tenor) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
conductor:
Riccardo Muti (conductor) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
recording of:
La traviata: Atto II, scena 1. “Dammi tu forza, o cielo!” … “Che gli dirò?” … “Amami, Alfredo” (Violetta, Annina, Alfredo) (from 1980-07-05 until 1980-07-15)
composer:
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer)
librettist:
Francesco Maria Piave
part of:
La traviata: Atto II
Giuseppe Verdi4:18
9Brief Encounter: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18: I. Moderato
producer:
John Fraser (UK producer) (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
piano:
Cécile Ousset (French pianist) (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
orchestra:
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
conductor:
Simon Rattle (conductor) (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
balance engineer:
Michael Sheady (engineer) (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
recorded at:
Warwick Arts Centre: Butterworth Hall in Coventry, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
recording of:
Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor, op. 18: I. Moderato (from 1984-05-03 until 1984-05-04)
premiered in:
Moscow, Russia (on 1900-12-15)
composer:
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов (Russian composer) (from 1900 until 1901-04)
part of:
Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor, op. 18
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов10:49
10Moonstruck: La bohème: Act I: "Che gelida manina"
tenor vocals [Rodolfo]:
Alfredo Kraus (tenor) (in 1979-08)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera) (in 1979-08)
conductor:
James Levine (US conductor and pianist) (in 1979-08)
recording of:
La bohème: Atto I, no. 6. “Che gelida manina!” (Rodolfo) (in 1979-08)
composer:
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (in 1896)
librettist:
Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica
part of:
La bohème: Atto I. In soffitta (Puccini)
Giacomo Puccini5:02
11True Romance: Lakmé: Act I: "Flower Duet"Léo Delibes4:19
12Children of a Lesser God: Double Violin Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043: II: Largo ma non tanto
engineer:
Neville Boyling (engineer)
producer:
John Fraser (UK producer)
violin:
Alberto Lysy (violinist and conductor) and Yehudi Menuhin (violinist)
orchestra:
Camerata Lysy Gstaad
recording of:
Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor, BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (from 1730 until 1731)
part of:
Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor, BWV 1043
Johann Sebastian Bach6:54
13Dead Poets Society: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral": "Ode to Joy"
bass vocals:
James Morris (operatic bass-baritone)
choir vocals:
Westminster Choir (Princeton, USA)
orchestra:
The Philadelphia Orchestra
conductor:
Riccardo Muti (conductor)
partial recording of:
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 “Choral”: IV. Finale. Presto – Allegro assai
composer:
Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer) (from 1822 until 1824)
librettist:
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright)
is based on:
An die Freude
part of:
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 “Choral”
Ludwig van Beethoven6:14

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