Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Fanfare
Jean‐Joseph Mouret 1:46
2 Four Seasons: The Spring: I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:25
3 Four Seasons: The Spring: II. Largo e pianissimo sempre
Antonio Vivaldi 2:15
4 Four Seasons: The Spring: III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 4:02
5 Four Seasons: The Summer: I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi 5:15
6 Four Seasons: The Summer: II. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi 2:09
7 Four Seasons: The Summer: III. Tempo empetuoso d’estate
Antonio Vivaldi 2:58
8 Four Seasons: The Autumn: I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 5:07
9 Four Seasons: The Autumn: II. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi 2:06
10 Four Seasons: The Autumn: III. Allegro (La caccia)
Antonio Vivaldi 3:22
11 Four Seasons: The Winter: I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi 3:35
12 Four Seasons: The Winter: II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 1:46
13 Four Seasons: The Winter: III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:25
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Canon in D
Johann Pachelbel 4:50
2 Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:34
3 Air on a G String
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:19
4 Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Johann Sebastian Bach 4 8:11
5 Royal Fireworks Music: Overture
George Frideric Handel 9:23
6 Water Music: Allegro
George Frideric Handel 2:54
7 Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 in F major, BWV 1047: I. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:37
8 Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 in F major, BWV 1047: II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:28
9 Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 in F major, BWV 1047: III. Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:22

Credits

CD 1

violin:
Alexander Permovalsky (violinist, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 3, 8)
composer:
Jean‐Joseph Mouret (composer) (track 1)
Antonio Vivaldi (1723) (tracks 2–13)
conductor:
Simon Addison (probably an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–13)
Alberto Lizzio (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 3, 8)
Heribert Münchner (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 3, 8)
orchestra:
Baroque Festival Orchestra (probably another Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 3, 8)
The English Philharmonic Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym assocated with Simon Addison, not the orchestra founded in 1998) (tracks 1–13)
Südwest-Studioorchester (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 3, 8)
arrangements:
Cosy (track 11)
Rondeau (for brass ensemble, Morris) (track 1)
Winter (Abridged electronic derivative of Vivaldi's Winter) (track 11)
is the basis for:
Otoño (Mocedades) (track 8)
later versions:
V (track 11)
part of:
recording of:
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

violin:
J. Brezina (violinist) (tracks 8–9)
trumpet:
Rolf Quinque (trumpet player) (track 9)
organ:
Hans-Christoph Becker-Foss (organist and choir leader) (track 4)
additional organ:
Hans-Christoph Becker-Foss (organist and choir leader) (track 4)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 2, 2, 4, 7–9)
Johann Pachelbel (composer) (track 1)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730) (track 3)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1749) (track 5)
conductor:
Simon Addison (probably an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–3, 5–9)
Karel Brazda (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Eugen Duvier (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Hanspeter Gmür (conductor (used as Alfred Scholz pseudonym)) (track 9)
Francesco Macci (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Heribert Münchner (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Hans Reinhardt (conductor) (track 3)
Alfred Scholz (track 3)
Frank Shipway (track 3)
Gabor Ötvös (tracks 8–9)
lyricist:
Robert Bridges (poet) (track 2)
orchestra:
Camerata Labacensis (tracks 8–9)
Camerata Rhenania (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 9)
Camerata Romana (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Collegium Aureum (track 1)
The English Philharmonic Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym assocated with Simon Addison, not the orchestra founded in 1998) (tracks 1–3, 5–9)
Hamburger Symphoniker (tracks 8–9)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1, 3)
Musici di San Marco (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Philharmonia Slavonia (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
Philharmonic Orchestra London (Alfred Scholz related) (track 3)
Südwest-Studioorchester (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–9)
phonographic copyright by:
Mediaphon (NOT for release label use! Mediaphon-Musikproduktion und Verlag GmbH) (1982 –) (track 4)
recorded at:
Marktkirche St. Nicolai (Beckerath-Organ, Hameln) in Hamelin, Niedersachsen, Germany (track 4)
part of:
Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: BWV 565) (track 4)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Air de J.S. Bach (Suite in D) (for organ, Jongen) (track 3)
Air in D, BWV 1068 (arr. Heimer Sjöblom for organ) (track 3)
Air on a G String (Guitar + modern ensemble arr. Myers) (track 3)
Air on the G String (for violin & piano, arr. Wilhelmj) (track 3)
Air on the G String (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 3)
Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2 F-Dur, BWV 1047: I. (Allegro) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2 F-Dur, BWV 1047: II. Andante (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Canon and Gigue in D major, T. 377: I. Canon (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
Canon and Gigue in D major: I. Canon (arr. Max Seiffert) (track 1)
Cosmic Chorale (track 2)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (catch-all for unknown versions/arrangements) (track 3)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for violin and piano, arr. Windsperger) (track 3)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 3)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (for piano, Siloti) (track 3)
Orchestersuite no. 3 D-dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (arr. Nigel Kennedy, John Lenehan) (track 3)
Solo Amore (track 3)
Toccata and Fugue in D minor (arr. Mike Batt) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for solo piano, Cortot) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for piano, Grainger) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for piano, Friedman) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for piano, Tausig) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for band, Leidzén) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for piano 4 hands, Reger) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (for piano solo, Reger) (track 4)
Toccata und Fugue d-Moll, BWV 565, BV B 29 no. 2 (Busoni piano arrangement) (track 4)
is the basis for:
Adagio (track 1)
Bach Aire (track 3)
Christmas Canon (original version) (track 1)
Happy (track 1)
Lemming 1 (Lemmings, Commodore 64) (track 1)
Lullaby (track 1)
Sanctus (track 1)
Sanctus II (track 1)
Simple Joy (track 1)
Sweetest Love (track 3)
The Real Thing (track 4)
Toccata (track 4)
神様 見てよ (track 2)
蛹化の女 (track 1)
later versions:
Canon in D, Mostly (track 1)
orchestrations:
Aria from Overture no. 3, BWV 1068 ("Air on the G-string", Stokowski orchestration) (track 3)
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (Stokowski orchestration) (track 4)
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (arr. S. Skrowaczewski) (track 4)
Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565 (orchestrated by H. Wood) (track 4)
part of:
parts:
recording of:
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Bach (track 7)
Hooked on Romance (track 3)
translated version of: