Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Suite no. 3 in D, BWV 1068: II. Air
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:14
2 Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 731
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:36
3 Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248: Part Two, For the second Day of Christmas: No. 10. Sinfonia
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:40
4 Concerto for Harpsichord, Strings, and Continuo no. 2 in E, BWV 1053: Siciliano
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:11
5 Prelude in E-flat minor
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:18
6 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, Cantata BWV 147: VI. Choral: Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:42
7 Suite no. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067: III. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:05
8 Suite no. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067: VI. Menuet - VII. Badinerie
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:43
9 Brandenburg Concerto no. 4 in G, BWV 1049: I. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:36
10 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 ('Sleepers, awake')
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:35
11 Cantata no. 22 "Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe", BWV 22: XI. Sanctify us
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:17
12 Concerto for 2 Harpsichords, Strings, and Continuo in C minor, BWV 1060: II. Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:17
13 Concerto for Harpsichord, Strings, and Continuo no. 7 in G minor, BWV 1058: II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:43
14 Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings, and Continuo in D minor, BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:29
15 Prelude and Fugue in C (WTK, Book I no. 1), BWV 846: Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:55
16 Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd, Cantata BWV 208: Schafe können sicher weiden (Sheep may safely graze)
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:36
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Piano Concerto no. 21 in C, K. 467: II. Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 8:00
2 Divertimento in D, K. 334: III. Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:47
3 Clarinet Concerto in A, K. 622: II. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:19
4 Piano Sonata no. 16 in C, K. 545 "Sonata facile": II. Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:25
5 Violin Concerto no. 3 in G, K. 216: II. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 8:13
6 Serenade in G, K. 525 "Eine kleine Nachtmusik": II. Romance (Andante)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:49
7 Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C, K. 299: II. Andantino
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 8:28
8 Piano Sonata no. 12 in F, K. 332: II. Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:51
9 Clarinet Quintet in A, K. 581: II. Larghetto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:29
10 Sinfonia concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E-flat, K. 364: II. Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 11:07
11 Divertimento in D, K. 205: Adagio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:42
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture: Love Theme
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3 3:12
2 Serenade for Strings in C, op. 48: II. Walzer: Moderato (Tempo di valse)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:37
3 None but the lonely heart, op. 6 no. 6 (Nyet, tolko tot, kto znal)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:30
4 Piano Concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, op. 23: II. Andantino semplice - Prestissimo - Tempo I
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6:48
5 Sextet in D minor, op. 70 "Souvenir de Florence" (Version for Orchestra): II. Adagio cantabile e con moto
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 8:04
6 Nutcracker Suite, op. 71a: Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 1:39
7 String Quartet no. 1 in D, op. 11 (Version for Orchestra): II. Andante cantabile
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 8:21
8 Chant sans paroles, op. 40 no. 6
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:24
9 Nutcracker Suite, op. 71a: Dance of the Reed-Pipes (Merlitons)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 2:36
10 Elegie in G for strings
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 8:05
11 Valse sentimentale, op. 51 no. 6
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 2:31
12 Suite for Orchestra no. 4 in G, op. 61 "Mozartiana": III. Preghiera
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 5:15
13 Swan Lake, op. 20 Suite: IV. Scene
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6:35
14 The Sleeping Beauty, op. 66 - Suite: Panorama (Act 2)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:36
15 Symphony no. 6 in B minor, op. 74 "Pathétique": II. Allegro con grazia
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 7:01
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni 9:03
2 Kol Nidrei, op. 47: Adagio on Hebrew Melodies for Cello and Orchestra (Adagio ma non troppo)
Max Bruch 10:16
3 Symphony no. 5 in C-sharp minor: IV. Adagietto (Sehr langsam)
Gustav Mahler 9:46
4 Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra: II. Adagio
Joaquín Rodrigo 10:58
5 Adagio for Strings, op. 11
Samuel Barber 8:49
6 Adagio for Clarinet and String Quintet
Heinrich Baermann 4:48
7 Le Carnaval des Animaux: Le Cygne
Camille Saint‐Saëns 3:24
8 Symphony no. 9 in E minor, op. 95 "From the New World": II. Largo
Antonín Dvořák 12:35
9 Méditation de Thaïs
Jules Massenet 5:48
CD 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, op. 46: I. Morning mood
Edvard Grieg 4:01
2 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 ('Sleepers, awake')
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:16
3 Florida - Suite for orchestra: I. Daybreak
Frederick Delius 12:30
4 Neblina
Andrés Segovia 1:55
5 Aladdin, Concert Suite: II. Aladdin's Dream and Dance of the Morning Mist
Carl Nielsen 2:56
6 Morgenblätter, op. 279
Johann Strauss II 9:27
7 Early one morning
[anonymous] 2:44
8 Daphnis & Chloë - Suite no. 2: I. Lever du jour
Maurice Ravel 4:58
9 Symphony no. 6 in D major, Hob.I:6 "Le Matin": II. Adagio
Joseph Haydn 8:05
10 Chanson de Matin, op. 15 no. 2
Sir Edward Elgar 3:22
11 Scottish Fantasy, op. 46: Introduction - Grave - Adagio cantabile
Max Bruch 8:13
12 Chants d'Auvergne (Series 5): VII. Uno jionto postouro
Joseph Canteloube 3:12
13 La Gioconda, Act 3: Dance of the Hours
Amilcare Ponchielli 7:46

Credits

CD 1

composed in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734 – 1735) (track 3)
premiered in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734-12-26) (track 3)
violin:
Granville Jones (track 14)
Stoika Milanova (violinist) (track 9)
Carl Pini (violinist) (track 14)
Carmel Kaine (violinist) (1974-08) (track 12)
oboe:
Neil Black (oboist) (track 4)
Tess Miller (oboist) (1974-08) (track 12)
flute:
Aurèle Nicolet (flutist) (track 9)
Peter Reidemeister (Liner Notes author) (track 9)
William Bennett (flautist) (1970-12) (tracks 7–8)
piano:
Alicia de Larrocha (pianist) (track 2)
Julius Katchen (pianist) (1961-06) (track 6)
Alicia de Larrocha (pianist) (1977-06) (track 11)
András Schiff (pianist) (1984-09) (track 15)
András Schiff (pianist) (1989-01) (track 13)
piano arranger:
Harriet Cohen (track 2)
Myra Hess (track 6)
harpsichord:
Thurston Dart (conductor and keyboard player) (1970-12) (tracks 1, 7–8)
Christopher Hogwood (harpsischord) (1974-08) (track 12)
Nicholas Kraemer (harpsichordist and conductor) (1974-08) (track 12)
arranger:
Harriet Cohen (track 11)
Myra Hess (track 8)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (track 16)
balance engineer:
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (1970-12) (tracks 1, 7–8)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 2–8, 8–10, 10–13, 16)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1722) (track 15)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730) (track 1)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730 – 1731) (track 14)
conductor:
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (track 9)
Thurston Dart (conductor and keyboard player) (track 14)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (track 4)
Leopold Stokowski (conductor) (track 5)
Raymond Agoult (Hungarian, London-based conductor and composer) (1958-05) (track 10)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (1966-09) (track 3)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (1970-12) (tracks 1, 7–8)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (1974-08) (track 12)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (1977-10) (track 16)
engineer:
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (tracks 7–8)
instruments:
William Bennett (flautist) (tracks 7–8)
orchestra:
Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic) (track 5)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1958-05) (track 10)
Stuttgarter Kammerorchester (1966-09) (track 3)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1970-12) (tracks 1, 7–8)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1974-08) (track 12)
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (1977-10) (track 16)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe (1989-01) (track 13)
orchestrator:
Sir Granville Bantock (composer) (track 10)
producer:
Michael Bremner (producer/engineer) (tracks 1, 7–8)
James Mallinson (producer) (track 16)
recorded at:
Evangelisches Schloßkirche (Schloss Ludwigsburg) in Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (1966-09) (track 3)
St John's, Smith Square in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-12) (tracks 1, 7–8)
St John's, Smith Square in London, England, United Kingdom (1973 – 1974) (track 12)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1977-06) (track 11)
Evangelisches Schloßkirche (Schloss Ludwigsburg) in Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (1977-10) (track 16)
compilation of:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Air de J.S. Bach (Suite in D) (for organ, Jongen) (track 1)
Air in D, BWV 1068 (arr. Heimer Sjöblom for organ) (track 1)
Air on a G String (Guitar + modern ensemble arr. Myers) (track 1)
Air on the G String (for violin & piano, arr. Wilhelmj) (track 1)
Air on the G String (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 1)
BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto (catch all for arrangements) (track 14)
Bach Lullaby (track 15)
Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 4 G-Dur, BWV 1049: I. Allegro (catch all for arrangements) (track 9)
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in D minor, BWV 1060R: II. Adagio (catch all for arrangements) (track 12)
Orchestersuite Nr. 2 h-Moll, BWV 1067: III. Sarabande (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 7)
Orchestersuite Nr. 2 h-Moll, BWV 1067: VI. Menuet (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 8)
Orchestersuite Nr. 2 h-Moll, BWV 1067: VI. Menuet (catch all for arrangements) (track 8)
Orchestersuite Nr. 2 h-Moll, BWV 1067: VII. Badinerie (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Orchestersuite Nr. 2 h-Moll, BWV 1067: VII. Badinerie (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 8)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano, Siloti) (track 1)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (catch-all for unknown versions/arrangements) (track 1)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for violin and piano, arr. Windsperger) (track 1)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 1)
Orchestersuite no. 3 D-dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (arr. Nigel Kennedy, John Lenehan) (track 1)
Solo Amore (track 1)
Weihnachts-Oratorium, BWV 248: Teil II, X. Sinfonia (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
has revision:
is the basis for:
Ave Maria (Bach/Gounod) (track 15)
Bach Aire (track 1)
Peace Planet (track 8)
Sweetest Love (track 1)
later parody versions:
later versions:
orchestration of:
orchestrations:
Aria from Overture no. 3, BWV 1068 ("Air on the G-string", Stokowski orchestration) (track 1)
part of:
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R (reconstructed arrangement of the concerto for harpsichord and strings) (track 12)
Weihnachts-Oratorium, BWV 248 ("Christmas Oratorio") (track 3)
recording of:
Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 731 (for piano, Cohen) (track 2)
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 (Bantock orchestration) (1958-05) (track 10)
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desire, from BWV 147 (for piano, Myra Hess) (1961-06) (track 6)
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R: II. Adagio (reconstructed arrangement for violin & oboe of BWV 1060) (1974-08) (track 12)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Bach (track 8)
Hooked on Romance (track 1)

CD 2

composed in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1778) (track 8)
clarinet:
Alfred Boskovsky (clarinetist) (track 9)
Alfred Prinz (clarinetist) (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (track 3)
violin:
Iona Brown (violinist and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields) (track 5)
Iona Brown (violinist and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields) (1983-07) (track 10)
strings:
viola:
Josef Suk (violinist) (1983-07) (track 10)
flute:
Werner Tripp (flute player) (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (track 7)
piano:
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1977-12) (track 1)
András Schiff (pianist) (1980-02) (tracks 4, 8)
harp:
Hubert Jellinek (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (track 7)
balance engineer:
James Brown (Decca engineer, 1960s) (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (tracks 3, 7)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1968-10) (track 6)
Andrew Pinder (1977-12) (track 1)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1977-12) (track 1)
Arthur Lilley (engineer) (1980-02) (track 4)
Arthur Lilley (engineer) (1980-03) (track 8)
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (tracks 2, 11)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1775-04 – 1775-12) (track 5)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1778-04) (track 7)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1779) (track 10)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1783) (track 8)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1785 – 1785-03-09) (track 1)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1787) (track 6)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1788) (track 4)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1789) (track 9)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791-09-28 – 1791-10-07) (track 3)
conductor:
Willi Boskovsky (violinist and conductor) (track 11)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (tracks 3, 7)
Willi Boskovsky (violinist and conductor) (1968-10) (track 6)
Willi Boskovsky (violinist and conductor) (1975) (track 2)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1977-12) (track 1)
Iona Brown (violinist and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields) (1983) (track 10)
instruments:
Wiener Mozart Ensemble (recorded for Decca) (track 11)
orchestra:
Wiener Philharmoniker (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (tracks 3, 7)
Wiener Mozart Ensemble (recorded for Decca) (1968-10) (track 6)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1977-12) (track 1)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields (1983-07) (track 10)
performer:
Wiener Mozart Ensemble (recorded for Decca) (1975) (track 2)
producer:
Michael Haas (classical music producer) (tracks 4, 8)
Chris Hazell (track 10)
Christopher Raeburn (tracks 1, 3, 7)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
The Decca Record Company Limited (not for release label use!) (1963) (track 3)
The Decca Record Company Limited (not for release label use!) (1975) (track 2)
recorded at:
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (tracks 3, 7)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1968-10) (track 6)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1977-12) (track 1)
arrangements:
Concerto for Piano no. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (for flute, violin, cello and piano, Cramer - Munich 1836) (track 1)
Concerto for Piano no. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (for flute, violin, cello and piano, Cramer - London 1827) (track 1)
Divertimento no. 17 in D major, K. 334: III. Minuetto (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Minuet (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 2)
Minuet (for violin and piano, arr. Burmeister) (track 2)
Quintet for Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola & Cello in A major, K. 581 "Stadler Quintet": II. Larghetto (for clarinet (or violin) and piano, arr. [anonymous]) (track 9)
Sonata for Piano no. 12 in F major, K. 300k/332: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Sex’n fax (track 1)
part of:
Divertimento no. 17 in D major (K. 334; K. 320b) (track 2)
recording of:
Concerto for Clarinet in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (1962-09-16 – 1962-09-21) (track 3)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (track 3)

CD 3

recorded in:
violin:
Josef Sakonov (track 3)
Kyung Wha Chung (violinist) (1985-10) (track 11)
piano:
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1963-04) (track 4)
Phillip Moll (pianist) (1985-10) (track 11)
arranger:
Михаил Исаакович Пресс (Russian-American violinist, conductor and music educator) (track 11)
Sidney Sax (violinist) (track 3)
balance engineer:
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1958-05) (track 7)
James Brown (Decca engineer, 1960s) (1961-09-05 – 1961-09-22) (tracks 6, 9)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1961-09-05 – 1961-09-22) (tracks 6, 9)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1963-04) (track 4)
James Brown (Decca engineer, 1960s) (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (tracks 13–14)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (tracks 13–14)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1968-04) (track 5)
Simon Eadon (1985-10) (track 11)
Colin Moorfoot (engineer) (1987-10) (track 10)
composer:
Franz Liszt (track 12)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (tracks 3, 6, 8–9, 11, 14)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1869) (track 1)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1871-02) (track 7)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1874-11 – 1875-02) (track 4)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1876) (track 13)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880) (track 2)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1884-11) (track 10)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1887) (track 12)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1890-06 – 1890-07) (track 5)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1893-02 – 1893-08) (track 15)
conductor:
Leopold Stokowski (conductor) (track 8)
Ernest Ansermet (conductor) (track 12)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (track 2)
Josef Sakonov (track 3)
Raymond Agoult (Hungarian, London-based conductor and composer) (1958-05) (track 7)
Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (1960-06) (track 1)
Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (1961-09-05 – 1961-09-22) (tracks 6, 9)
Lorin Maazel (conductor) (1963-04) (track 4)
Lorin Maazel (conductor) (1964-04) (track 15)
Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (tracks 13–14)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (1968-04) (track 5)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1987-10) (track 10)
dedicated to:
Милий Алексеевич Балакирев (composer, pianist, conductor) (track 1)
engineer:
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 10)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (track 15)
orchestra:
London Festival Orchestra ('house orchestra' of Decca Records, associated since 1980 with conductor Ross Pople) (track 3)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1958-05) (track 7)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1960-06) (track 1)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1961-09-05 – 1961-09-22) (tracks 6, 9)
London Symphony Orchestra (1963-04) (track 4)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1964-04) (track 15)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (tracks 13–14)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1987-10) (track 10)
orchestrator:
Leopold Stokowski (conductor) (track 8)
producer:
Michael Bremner (producer/engineer) (track 5)
John Culshaw (tracks 6, 9, 13–14)
Raymond Few (track 3)
Ray Minshull (track 4)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 10)
Christopher Raeburn (track 11)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (track 15)
Michael Williamson (track 7)
John Culshaw (1960-06) (track 1)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (1960-06) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1963-04) (track 4)
revised by:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1870) (track 1)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880) (track 1)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1891-11 – 1892-01) (track 5)
premiered at:
[Ivan Samarin's Jubilee Concert] (1884-12-28) (track 10)
publisher:
P. Jurgenson (1890) (track 10)
recorded at:
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1960-06) (track 1)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1961-09-05 – 1961-09-22) (tracks 6, 9)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1964-04) (track 15)
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (tracks 13–14)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1968-04) (track 5)
Forde Abbey in Dorset, England, United Kingdom (1985-10) (track 11)
part of:
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 42) (track 1)
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 51) (track 10)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Andante cantabile (for violin and piano, Kreisler) (track 7)
Andante cantabile, TH 63, ČW 348 (for cello and string orchestra) (track 7)
Romeo and Juliet, TH 42, ČW 39 (for piano four hands, Nadezhda Purgold) (track 1)
The Nutcracker: Danse des mirlitons (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 9)
is the basis for:
On the Isle of May (track 7)
later versions:
orchestration of:
À la Chapelle Sixtine, S. 461/2 (for solo piano, final version) (track 12)
orchestrations:
Andante cantabile (track 7)
part of:
The Sleeping Beauty, op. 66a (Suite) (track 14)
The Swan Lake (suite from the ballet), op. 20a (Version B - 8 movements) (track 13)
The Swan Lake (suite from the ballet), op. 20a (Version A - 6 movements) (track 13)
partial recording of:
Romeo and Juliet, TH 42, ČW 39 (1880 version, commonly performed) (1960-06) (track 1)
recording of:
Chant sans paroles (orch. by Stokowski) (track 8)
The Sleeping Beauty Suite, op. 66a: IV. Panorama. (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (track 14)
The Swan Lake (suite from the ballet), op. 20a: IV. Scène (1965-03-15 – 1965-03-19) (track 13)
6 Pieces, op. 51 no. 6: Valse sentimentale (for violin and piano, arr. Press) (1985-10) (track 11)
Elegie in G for Strings (1987-10) (track 10)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Tchaikovsky (tracks 1, 6, 9)
revision of:
Romeo and Juliet (1870, rarely performed) (track 1)

CD 4

clarinet:
Alfred Boskovsky (clarinetist) (track 6)
violin:
Simon Standage (violinist and conductor) (track 1)
John Georgiadis (1969-12) (track 9)
cello:
Jascha Silberstein (cellist) (1969-12) (track 7)
Lynn Harrell (cellist) (1982-02) (track 2)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Carlos Bonell (classical guitarist) (track 4)
organ:
Alastair Ross (organist and harpsichordist) (track 1)
harp:
Marie Goossens (UK harpist) (1969-12) (track 7)
balance engineer:
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (track 2)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (track 8)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1969-12) (tracks 7, 9)
Simon Eadon (1976-04) (track 3)
James Lock (engineer) (1976-04) (track 3)
composer:
Heinrich Baermann (track 6)
Remo Giazotto (track 1)
Max Bruch (composer and conductor) (1880-07) (track 2)
Antonín Dvořák (composer) (1893-01-10 – 1893-05-24) (track 8)
Jules Massenet (French Romantic composer) (1894) (track 9)
Gustav Mahler (composer) (1901 – 1902) (track 3)
Samuel Barber (American orchestral, choral, opera & piano composer) (1936) (track 5)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1939) (track 4)
conductor:
Charles Dutoit (conductor) (track 4)
Richard Hickox (conductor) (track 1)
István Kertész (conductor) (1966-11-21 – 1966-12-03) (track 8)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (1969-12) (track 9)
Zubin Mehta (conductor) (1976-04) (track 3)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (1976-10) (track 5)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1982-02) (track 2)
dedicated to:
Robert Hausmann (track 2)
engineer:
Simon Eadon (track 5)
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (track 5)
instruments:
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (1966-11-21 – 1966-12-03) (track 8)
London Symphony Orchestra (1969-12) (track 9)
Los Angeles Philharmonic (1976-04) (track 3)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1982-02) (track 2)
orchestrator:
Samuel Barber (American orchestral, choral, opera & piano composer) (1938) (track 5)
previously attributed to:
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (Italian Baroque composer) (track 1)
Richard Wagner (composer) (track 6)
producer:
Chris Hazell (track 5)
Ray Minshull (tracks 3, 8)
John Mordler (producer) (tracks 7, 9)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 2)
premiered at:
[radio broadcast] (1938-11-05) (track 5)
phonographic copyright by:
The Decca Record Company Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1981) (track 4)
publisher:
Ricordi London (Casa Ricordi sublabel for Classical music) (track 1)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1966-11-21 – 1966-12-03) (track 8)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-12) (tracks 7, 9)
Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California, United States (1976-04) (track 3)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1982-02) (track 2)
edits:
part of:
Works of Max Bruch by opus number (number: op. 47) (track 2)
arrangement of:
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (part of orig. Carnival of the Animals, for cello and dual piano) (track 7)
arrangements:
Adagietto From Symphony no. 5 (arr. J. Nurse for piano quintet) (track 3)
Adagietto aus der 5. Symphonie (for violin and piano, Wittinger) (track 3)
Adagio for Strings (arr. John O'Reilly for woodwind band) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings (Bond arrangement) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings (for organ, Strickland) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings (Lee Jackson arrangement) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings (arr. Lucien Cailliet for clarinet choir) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor (catch all for arrangements) (track 1)
Adagio of the Sky (track 1)
Agnus Dei (arr. Samuel Barber for chorus) (track 5)
Cold is Being (track 1)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 4)
Im Abendrot (track 3)
Kol Nidrei, op. 47 (for violin and piano, Gingold) (track 2)
Largo (New World Symphony) (arr. Ellerby) (track 8)
Meditation from Thaïs (for trumpet and orchestra, arr. Nakariakov) (track 9)
Meditation from Thaïs (for orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 9)
Meditation from Thaïs (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Meditation from Thaïs (for violin and piano, arr. Marsick) (track 9)
Quintet for Clarinet and Strings no. 3, op. 23: II. Adagio (for clarinet and piano, Weston) (track 6)
Symphony no. 5 in C-sharp minor: IV. Adagietto. Sehr langsam (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
is the basis for:
A New World (track 8)
Adagio (track 1)
Anytime, Anywhere (track 1)
Concerto de Aranjuez: Adagio (Tomita arrangement) (track 4)
Dov’è l’amore (track 5)
Goin’ Home (track 8)
Il canto del cigno (The Song of the Swan) (track 7)
Le Cygne (track 7)
Más allá (track 8)
Spain (track 4)
夕陽下 (track 8)
later versions:
Going Home (Largo "From the New World") (James Last pop arrangement) (track 8)
Negro Spiritual Melody (for violin and piano, Kreisler) (track 8)
part of:
Thaïs: Acte II (track 9)
Concierto de Aranjuez (movement) (track 4)
Symphony no. 5 (movement) (track 3)
recording of:
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio ( – ????) (track 4)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (catch-all for unknown arrangement) (1969-12) (track 7)
Adagio for Strings (1976-10) (track 5)
Kol Nidrei, op. 47 (1982-02) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:

CD 5

violin:
Kyung Wha-Chung (violinist) (1972-05) (track 11)
organ:
Peter Hurford (organist) (track 2)
guitar:
Eduardo Fernández (guitarist) (track 4)
arranger:
Joseph Canteloube (track 12)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Andrew Greenwood (conductor) (track 3)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 2)
Frederick Delius (composer) (track 3)
Joseph Haydn (composer) (track 9)
Amilcare Ponchielli (composer) (track 13)
Andrés Segovia (track 4)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, “Walzerkönig”, Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (track 6)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 12)
Edward Elgar (composer) (track 10)
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1875) (track 1)
Max Bruch (composer and conductor) (1879 – 1880) (track 11)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1909 – 1912) (track 8)
Carl Nielsen (Danish composer) (1919) (track 5)
conductor:
Bruno Bartoletti (conductor) (track 13)
Herbert Blomstedt (track 5)
Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) (track 10)
Antal Doráti (conductor) (track 9)
Sir Neville Marriner (conductor) (track 7)
Leopold Stokowski (conductor) (track 8)
Jeffrey Tate (conductor) (track 12)
Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (1961-09) (track 1)
Willi Boskovsky (violinist and conductor) (1972-04) (track 6)
Rudolf Kempe (conductor) (1972-05) (track 11)
Sir Charles Mackerras (Australian conductor) (1990-08) (track 3)
librettist:
Arrigo Boito (composer) (track 13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 12)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (track 13)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1961-09) (track 1)
Wiener Philharmoniker (1972-04) (track 6)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1972-05) (track 11)
orchestrator:
Edward Elgar (composer) (track 10)
producer:
Andrew Cornall (engineer / producer) (track 5)
Ray Minshull (track 11)
recording engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (track 5)
James Lock (engineer) (1972-05) (track 11)
revised by:
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1888) (track 1)
soprano vocals:
Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano) (track 12)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1901-09-14) (track 10)
recorded at:
Sofiensaal in Wien, Austria (1972-04) (track 6)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1972-05) (track 11)
part of:
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 279) (track 6)
Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: BWV 645) (track 2)
arrangement of:
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for violin and piano) (track 10)
arrangements:
Daphnis et Chloé Suite no. 2: I. Lever du jour. Lent (for two pianos, Garban) (track 8)
Morning Song, BWV 645 (for piano, Friedman) (track 2)
Synkkä yö maan peitti aivan (translated) (track 2)
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 (for piano, Bantock) (track 2)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Brev från kolonien (track 13)
Dance of the Hours (track 13)
La Gioconda "Dance of the Hours" (excerpt) (Stan LePard adaptation) (track 13)
Like I Do (track 13)
later parody versions:
orchestrations:
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 (Bantock orchestration) (track 2)
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 (Stokowski orchestration) (track 2)
part of:
Sechs Choräle von verschiedener Art (part of collection) (track 2)
recording of:
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for orchestra) (track 10)
Early One Morning (track 7)
Neblina (track 4)
Morgenblätter, op. 279 (1972-04) (track 6)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on a Song (track 13)
version of: