Tracklist

CD 1: 𝄞
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Gnossienne no. 1 Erik Satie 3:14
2 Flute Concerto no. 1 in G major K. 313 - Rondo Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:33
3 Concerto in C minor for Violin and Oboe BWV 1060 - Allegro Johann Sebastian Bach 5:04
4 Piano Concerto no. 1 in E minor, op. 11 - Romance, Larghetto Fryderyk Chopin 9:22
5 Violin Concerto in D major, op. 61 - Larghetto Ludwig van Beethoven 10:19
6 Trout Quintet in A major, D.667 - Thema with Variations: Andantino Franz Schubert 7:15
7 Minuet Luigi Boccherini 4:30
CD 2: 𝄢
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Overture: The Silken Ladder Gioachino Rossini 6:25
2 String Quartet no. 2 in D Major - Notturno: Andante Alexander Borodin 8:26
3 The Marriage of Figaro - Overture Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:17
4 Dance of the Blessed Spirits Christoph Willibald Gluck 4:51
5 Concerto in C Major for Flute and Harp K. 299 - Andantino Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:35
6 Fireworks Music - La rejouissance George Frideric Handel 3:32
7 The Four Seasons: Spring - Allegro Antonio Vivaldi 3:34
8 Scheherazade - Festival at Baghdad - The Sea Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 11:19

Credits

CD 1: 𝄞

violin:
Takako Nishizaki (violinist) (track 5)
Béla Bánfalvi (violinist, concert master of Budapest strings) (1991-11) (track 3)
oboe:
Emilia Csanky (oboist) (1991-11) (track 3)
strings:
Budapesti Vonósok (Budapest String Orchestra; Budapest Strings) (1991-11) (track 3)
Kodály Quartet (1991-12-02 – 1991-12-04) (track 6)
flute:
Herbert Weissberg (flutist) (track 2)
double bass:
István Tóth (double bass player) (1991-12-02 – 1991-12-04) (track 6)
piano:
Klára Körmendi (pianist) (track 1)
István Székely (pianist) (track 4)
Jenő Jandó (pianist) (1991-12-02 – 1991-12-04) (track 6)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 3)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1819) (track 6)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1830-04 – 1830-09) (track 4)
conductor:
Kenneth Jean (conductor) (track 5)
Martin Sieghart (Austrian conductor and cellist) (track 2)
Gyula Németh (conductor) (1988-03-29 – 1988-04-01) (track 4)
engineer:
János Bohus (1991-11) (track 3)
János Bohus (1991-12) (track 6)
orchestra:
Budapest Strings (Budapest String Orchestra; Budapest Strings) (track 3)
Capella Istropolitana (tracks 2, 7)
Slovak Philharmonic (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (track 5)
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony) (1988-03-29 – 1988-04-01) (track 4)
producer:
Monika Feszler (track 4)
Ibolya Tóth (1991-11) (track 3)
Ibolya Tóth (1991-12) (track 6)
solo piano:
István Székely (pianist) (1988-03-29 – 1988-04-01) (track 4)
publisher:
G. Henle Verlag (track 6)
recorded at:
Instituto Italiano di Cultura in Budapest, Hungary (1988-03-29 – 1988-04-01) (track 4)
Unitarian Church in Budapest, Hungary (1991-11) (track 3)
Unitarian Church in Budapest, Hungary (1991-12-02 – 1991-12-04) (track 6)
edit of:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Romance (for solo piano, Balakirev, from Chopin's Piano Concerto no. 1) (track 4)
part of:
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R (reconstructed arrangement of the concerto for harpsichord and strings) (track 3)
recording of:
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R: I. Allegro (reconstructed arrangement for violin & oboe of BWV 1060) (1991-11) (track 3)

CD 2: 𝄢

violin:
Takako Nishizaki (violinist) (track 7)
David Nolan (violinist and conductor) (track 8)
Lajos Földesi (1993-10-25 – 1993-10-28) (track 2)
János Horváth (violinist) (1993-10-25 – 1993-10-28) (track 2)
cello:
Gábor Magyar (1993-10-25 – 1993-10-28) (track 2)
viola:
András Rudolf (1993-10-25 – 1993-10-28) (track 2)
flute:
Nora Shulman (track 4)
Jiří Válek (track 5)
harp:
Judy Loman (harpist) (track 4)
Hana Müllerová (track 5)
composer:
Gioachino Rossini (Italian composer 1792-1868) (track 1)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1778-04) (track 5)
Александр Порфирьевич Бородин (Alexander Borodin) (1881) (track 2)
Николай Андреевич Римский‐Корсаков (Nikolaï Rimski-Korsakov) (1888) (track 8)
conductor:
Richard Edlinger (conductor and composer) (track 5)
Stephen Gunzenhauser (conductor) (track 7)
Pier Giorgio Morandi (conductor) (track 3)
Bohdan Warchal (violinist, conductor) (track 6)
Michael Halász (conductor) (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-11) (track 1)
Enrique Bátiz (conductor and pianist) (1992-08-20 – 1992-08-21) (track 8)
engineer:
Brian B. Culverhouse (classical producer and engineer, active from 1960s) (1992-08-20 – 1992-08-21) (track 8)
orchestra:
Capella Istropolitana (tracks 5–7)
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (Hungarian State Opera Orchestra) (track 3)
Zagreb Festival Orchestra (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-11) (track 1)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1992-08-20 – 1992-08-21) (track 8)
performer:
Budapest Haydn Quartet (string quartet) (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1993) (track 8)
recorded at:
Koncertna dvorana Vatroslava Lisinskog in Zagreb, Croatia (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-11) (track 1)
St Barnabas Church, Mitcham, Surrey, England in Surrey, England, United Kingdom (1992-08-20 – 1992-08-21) (track 8)
arrangements:
La scala di seta: Overture (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
Nocturne (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 2)
Nocturne for Violin and Orchestra (arranged by Rimsky-Korsakov) (track 2)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major: III. Notturno (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
later versions:
Tales of the Arabian Night (C64 Game) (track 8)
orchestrations:
Nocturne for Strings (orchestration by Sargent) (track 2)
Notturno: Andante amoroso (orchestration by Tcherepnin) (track 2)
part of:
La scala di seta (track 1)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major (movement) (track 2)
recording of:
La scala di seta: Overture (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-11) (track 1)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major: III. Notturno. Andante (1993-10-25 – 1993-10-28) (track 2)
referred to in medleys: