Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Triumphal March from 'Aida'
Giuseppe Verdi 11:51
2 Anvil Chorus from 'II Trovatore'
Giuseppe Verdi 3:01
3 Bridal Chorus from 'Lohengrin'
Richard Wagner 8:12
4 Polovstian Dances from 'Prince Igor'
Александр Порфирьевич Бородин 12:12
5 Requiem aetemam from 'Requiem' Mass
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:59
6 Servants' Chorus from 'Don Pasquale'
Gaetano Donizetti 4:07
7 Peasants' Chorus from 'Paglicacci'
Ruggero Leoncavallo 3:15
8 Kyrie (Lord) from 'Coronation' Mass
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:45
9 Kyrie (Lord) from 'Lord Nelson' Mass
Hayden 4:13
10 In te speravi, Domine
[anonymous] 6:07
11 'Hallelujah' from 'Christ on the Mount of Olives'
Ludwig van Beethoven 5:30
12 Hallelujah! from 'Messiah'
Georg Friedrich Händel 3:54
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Introduction to 'Carmina Burana'
Carl Orff 5:41
2 French National Anthem - Verse I
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:25
3 French National Anthem - Verse II
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:26
4 French National Anthem - Verse III
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:37
5 French National Anthem - Verse IV
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:43
6 French National Anthem - Verse V
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:33
7 Prisoners' Chorus From 'Nabucco'
Giuseppe Verdi 4:23
8 We Sail the Ocean Blue From 'H.M.S. Pinafore'
Gilbert & Sullivan 2:19
9 He's Gone and Married Yum-Yum From 'Mikado'
Gilbert & Sullivan 1:50
10 With Cat-Like Tread From 'Pirates of Penzance'
Gilbert & Sullivan 2:42
11 The Planets: Neptune, the Mystic
Gustav Holst 8:33
12 Credo from 'Missa Brevis'
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 4:21
13 'Zum Evangelium and Credo' From 'Deutische' Mass in F Major
Franz Schubert 6:55
14 Finale From Symphony No. 2 in G Minor
Gustav Mahler 4:28
15 Agnus Dei
Georges Bizet 3:23
16 Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral": IV. Presto – Allegro assai
Ludwig van Beethoven 24:07

Credits

CD 1

choir vocals:
composer:
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (tracks 1, 1)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1779) (track 8)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791) (track 5)
Richard Wagner (1846 – 1848) (track 3)
conductor:
Iosif Conta (conductor) (track 1)
Ernst Hinreiner (track 8)
Marko Munih (tracks 1, 3)
librettist:
Richard Wagner (track 3)
orchestra:
Orchestra of the Budapest State Opera (Hungarian State Opera Orchestra) (track 1)
Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 1, 3)
Slovakia Philharmonic Orchestra (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (track 5)
arrangements:
Aida: Grand March (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin" (for organ, Cunningham Woods) (track 3)
Grand March from "Aida" (for organ, Lemare) (track 1)
is the basis for:
later versions:
Bridle Chorus (track 3)
Vincerai per me (track 1)
part of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (catch-all for unknown editions) (track 5)
Aida: Atto Secondo (tracks 1, 1)
recording of:
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (catch-all for unknown editions) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
Alle meine Tiere (track 3)

CD 2

anthem of:
France (1795-07-14 –) (tracks 2–6)
baritone vocals:
Rudolf Knoll (track 1)
choir vocals:
composer:
Carl Orff (track 1)
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle (1792) (tracks 2–6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1822 – 1824) (track 16)
Gustav Mahler (1888 – 1894) (track 14)
Gustav Holst (1914 – 1916) (track 11)
Carl Orff (1936) (track 1)
conductor:
Hymisher Greenburg (probably a pseudonym of Alfred Sholtz) (track 1)
Kurt Prestel (conductor, chorus master) (track 1)
librettist:
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright) (track 16)
Gustav Mahler (1888 – 1894) (track 14)
lyricist:
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle (1792) (tracks 2–6)
orchestra:
The European Philharmonic Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym, NOT the Austrian orchestra of the same name) (track 1)
soprano vocals:
Gerda Hartmann (track 1)
tenor vocals:
Richard Brünner (track 1)
publisher:
arrangements:
1789 (tracks 2–6)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51A (for choirs and orchestra) (tracks 2–6)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51B (for voices and piano) (tracks 2–6)
La Marseillaise (for violin solo, Stravinsky) (tracks 2–6)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: V. Im Tempo des Scherzos. Wild herausfahrend (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 14)
The Planets, op. 32: VII. Neptune, the Mystic (for brass quintet and organ) (track 11)
is based on:
An die Freude (track 16)
is the basis for:
A Last Illusion (track 16)
Euroopa hümn (track 16)
La Marseillaise (アドバンスド大戦略) (tracks 2–6)
La Marseillaise, S. 237 (tracks 2–6)
Ode an die Freude (track 16)
Overture (track 16)
What Is Eternal (track 16)
later parody versions:
Aux armes et cætera (tracks 2–6)
later versions:
La Marseillaise (Pour tous les enfants de la terre…) (tracks 2–6)
March from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoven: Ninth Symphony: Fourth Movement, abridged) (track 16)
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 "Choral": IV. Finale. Presto - Allegro assai (arranged by Mahler for large orchestra) (track 16)
The Mass (track 1)
地球交響曲-合唱- (Hanjuku Hero 4: The 7 Hanjuku Heroes) (track 16)
orchestration of:
The Planets, op. 32: VII. Neptune, the Mystic (for two pianos) (track 11)
part of:
Symphony no. 2 “Resurrection” (movement) (track 14)
The Planets Suite for Orchestra, op. 32 (with "Pluto" by Colin Matthews) (track 11)
The Planets, op. 32 (original version) (track 11)
partial recording of:
parts:
recording of:
La Marseillaise (national anthem of France) (tracks 2–6)