Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Grand March Giuseppe Verdi 3:24
2 Anitra's Dance Edvard Grieg 2:05
3 Ave Maria Franz Schubert 3:00
4 Andante Cantabile from String Quartet in D Major Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 4:19
5 Blue Danube Waltz Johann Strauss 7:59
6 Bolero Maurice Ravel 5:55
7 Can-Can Jacques Offenbach 2:06
8 Clair De Lune Claude Debussy 4:32
9 Comedians' Gallop Dmitri Kabalevsky 1:34
10 Coronation March Giacomo Meyerbeer 3:31
11 Dance of the Comedians Bedřich Smetana 3:10
12 Dance of the Tumblers Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3:44
13 Elégie Sergei Rachmaninoff 2:37
14 1812 Overture: Grand Finale Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:41
15 Evening Prayer Engelbert Humperdinck 3:37
16 Finlandia Jean Sibelius 2:51
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 The Flight of the Bumble Bee Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 1:29
2 Für Elise Ludwig van Beethoven 2:12
3 Funeral March of a Marionette Charles‐François Gounod 3:57
4 Guaracha Morton Gould 3:34
5 Humoresque René Leibowitz 3:57
6 Hungarian Dance No. 5 Johannes Brahms 2:39
7 Hallelujah Chorus George Frideric Handel 5:15
8 Intermezzo (A Love Story) Heinz Provost 3:04
9 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Johann Sebastian Bach 3:51
10 Love for Three Oranges March Sergei Prokofiev 1:27
11 Lakmé: Duet Léo Delibes 4:03
12 March of the Toys Victor Herbert 2:46
13 Mattinata Ruggero Leoncavallo 2:31
14 March of the Toreadors Georges Bizet 2:11
15 Madama Butterfly: Love Duet Giacomo Puccini 3:23
16 Nocturne from String Quartet No. 2 in D Major Alexander Borodin 7:01
17 None but the Lonely Heart Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:02
18 Nimrod Edward Elgar 3:21
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Norwegian Dance No. 2 Edvard Grieg 2:18
2 On the Trail Ferde Grofé 4:26
3 Orpheus and Eurydice: Dance of the Blessed Spirits Christoph Willibald Gluck 2:13
4 Piano Concerto in A Minor: First Movement Edvard Grieg 5:08
5 Pavane for a Dead Princess Maurice Ravel 5:18
6 Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-Flat Minor (Excerpt) Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:30
7 Pomp and Circumstance Edward Elgar 2:25
8 Pizzicato Polka Johann Strauss 2:30
9 Radetzky March Johann Strauss I 2:54
10 Rêverie Claude Debussy 2:34
11 Ride of the Valkyries Richard Wagner 5:06
12 Recuerdos de la Alhambra Francisco Tárrega 3:13
13 Russian Sailors' Dance Reinhold Glière 4:11
14 Song of India Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3:09
15 Sabre Dance Aram Khatchaturian 2:25
16 Slavonic Dance in E. Minor, Op. 72, No. 2 Antonín Dvořák 5:05
17 Sleeping Beauty Waltz Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 4:02
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 The Swan Camille Saint‐Saëns 3:27
2 Swedish Rhapsody Hugo Alfvén 3:11
3 La Traviata: Drinking Song Giuseppe Verdi 2:54
4 Trumpet Voluntary in D Major Jeremiah Clarke 2:49
5 Träumeri Robert Schumann 4:08
6 Turkish March Ludwig van Beethoven 1:45
7 Troika from Lieutenant Kijé Suite Sergei Prokofiev 2:51
8 Tales from the Vienna Woods Johann Strauss 2:05
9 Victory at Sea: Guadalcanal March Richard Rodgers 3:06
10 Valse Triste Jean Sibelius 3:24
11 Voices of Spring Johann Strauss 5:32
12 Waltz in C-Sharp Minor Frederic Chopin 3:15
13 Waltz fro Coppelia Léo Delibes 3:12
14 Waltz of the Flowers Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6:23
15 Waltz from Serenade for Strings Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 3:49
16 Wedding March Felix Mendelssohn 2:25
17 William Tell Overture Gioachino Rossini 3:11
18 Waltz from Swan Lake Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 5:21
19 Warsaw Concerto Richard Addinsell 5:14
20 Zapateado Pablo de Sarasate 2:22

Credits

CD 1

premiered in:
Wien, Austria (1867-02-15) (track 5)
Moskva, Russia (1882-08-20) (track 14)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1900-07-02) (track 16)
piano:
Earl Wild (pianist, composer and conductor) (track 8)
arranger:
Joachim Schmeisser (track 15)
composer:
Giacomo Meyerbeer (composer) (track 10)
Jacques Offenbach (track 7)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (track 1)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1825) (track 3)
Bedřich Smetana (composer) (1863 – 1870) (track 11)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, “Walzerkönig”, Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1866) (track 5)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1871) (track 4)
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1875) (track 2)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880-09 – 1880-11) (track 14)
Claude Debussy (1890 – 1905) (track 8)
Engelbert Humperdinck (German composer) (1891 – 1892) (track 15)
Jean Sibelius (1899) (track 16)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1928) (track 6)
conductor:
Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) (track 14)
Massimo Freccia (conductor) (track 1)
Douglas Gamley (tracks 11–12)
Charles Gerhardt (conductor) (tracks 6, 15)
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell) (tracks 3–4, 7, 13, 16)
Jascha Horenstein (conductor) (track 5)
Peter Knight (British composer) (track 2)
René Leibowitz (conductor) (track 10)
Leonard Slatkin (conductor) (track 9)
librettist:
Adelheid Wette (German lyricist) (track 15)
lyricist:
Sir Walter Scott (19th-century Scottish author) (track 3)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971) (tracks 2–4, 7, 13, 16)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (tracks 6, 9, 11, 15)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (track 12)
Orchestra Filarmonica di Roma (Freelance recording orchestra, mainly used by RCA & Reader's Digest) (track 1)
Orchestra della RCA Italiana (established early 1960s, from the former disbanded RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra) (track 10)
revised by:
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1888) (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1900) (track 16)
translator:
Adam Storck (track 3)
premiered at:
Konsertti (1900-07-02) (track 16)
publisher:
Ed. Durand & Cie (1909–1947) (track 6)
Soc. Arima (rights society?) (track 6)
Breitkopf & Härtel (1905) (track 16)
premiered at:
Palais Garnier in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1928-11-22) (track 6)
part of:
Works of Jean Sibelius by opus number (number: op. 26) (track 16)
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 49) (track 14)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 314) (track 5)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
1812 Ofarture (track 14)
Aida: Grand March (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
An der schönen blauen Donau, op. 314 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
An der schönen, blauen Donau, op. 314 (for piano, by Cziffra) (track 5)
Ave Maria (for violin and piano, arr. Wilhelmj) (track 3)
Ave Maria (for piano, Tilling) (track 3)
Ave Maria (for handbell ensemble) (track 3)
Ave Maria (Ellens dritter Gesang), S. 557d (for solo piano, Liszt, first version) (track 3)
Blue Danube (Trapeze) (track 5)
Boléro (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Boléro (arr. Ravel for piano 4-hands) (track 6)
Can Can (track 7)
Clair de lune (for cello and piano) (track 8)
Clair de lune (orch. Mouton) (track 8)
Dance of the Tumblers (arr. Ashmore) (track 12)
Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 "Ave Maria" (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Ellens dritter Gesang (Ave Maria), S. 558 Nr. 12 (for solo piano, Liszt, second version) (track 3)
Finlandia (Nightwish’s version) (track 16)
Finlandia, op. 26 (for piano) (track 16)
Finlandia, op. 26 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 16)
Finlandia, op. 26 (for organ, Fricker) (track 16)
Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for male choir) (track 16)
Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir in A-flat major, arr. Jean Sibelius) (track 16)
Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir in F major, arr. Jean Sibelius) (track 16)
Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir, arr. Jorma Panula) (track 16)
Grand March from "Aida" (for organ, Lemare) (track 1)
Hymne de Finlandia, op. 26 no. 1 (for guitar, transcr. Unger) (track 16)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (arr. Phyllis Schlomovitz for harp) (track 8)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (for cello and orchestra, arr. Palmer) (track 8)
Suite bergamasque, L75: III. Clair de Lune (Transcription for harp) (track 8)
The Year 1812, Festival Overture in E-flat major (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
instrumental recording of:
is based on:
is the basis for:
1812 Overdrive (track 14)
1812 Overture (Stan LePard adaptation) (track 14)
3. Juni 1899 (track 5)
An der schönen blauen Donau (Comedian Harmonists version) (track 5)
Ave Maria 2001 (track 3)
Ave María (Pallavicini's text) (track 3)
Be Still My Soul (track 16)
Dawn (track 8)
Evening Prayer (english setting of "Abends, will ich schlafen gehn" (Abendsegen) from "Hänsel und Gretel") (track 15)
Gweddi Dros Gymru ("Dros Gymru'n gwlad, o Dad dyrchafwn gri" (Finlandia)) (track 16)
No More Boleros (track 6)
Red Danube (track 5)
The Blue Danube (Spike Jones version) (track 5)
The Pitch (Spectacular Spectacular) (Moulin Rouge!) (track 7)
Vegli al mattino (track 16)
We Rest on Thee (track 16)
Yes We Can Can (track 7)
不死身BGM (Super Mario Land) (track 7)
later parody versions:
Bolero (track 6)
Bolero (track 6)
Le Parti d'en rire (track 6)
later translated versions:
later versions:
Ave Maria (arr. Ann and Nancy Wilson) (track 3)
Ave Maria (Schubert's, in English, from "Fantasia") (track 3)
Ave Maria (Schubert's Ave Maria: Latin "Ave Maria" text sung to the tune of 'Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 "Ave Maria"') (track 3)
Bolero (arr. Hans Hasso Stamer) (track 6)
Bolero (Starink version) (track 6)
Boléro (arr. Django Rheinhardt) (track 6)
Boléro (arr. Ravel for 2 pianos) (track 6)
Heavenly Father (track 3)
River of Light (track 5)
Troublant Bolero (track 6)
orchestrations:
Clair de lune from Suite bergamasque (orch. Stokowski) (track 8)
Clair de lune from Suite bergamasque (orch. Caplet) (track 8)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (orch. A. Reed) (track 8)
part of:
Hänsel und Gretel (track 15)
The Comedians, op. 26 (movement) (track 9)
Suite bergamasque, L. 75, CD 82a (for piano) (track 8)
Aida: Atto Secondo (track 1)
partial recording of:
Boléro (track 6)
Finlandia, op. 26 (for orchestra) (track 16)
recording of:
Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 “Ave Maria” (Schubert's song, not the Bach/Gounod work) (track 3)
Orphée aux Enfers: Acte II, Scene 2. Galop Infernal (widely known as “Can-can”) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
This Is the Story (Clare Muldaur) (track 6)
version of:

CD 2

choir vocals:
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 9)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (track 14)
Léo Delibes (composer) (track 11)
Victor Herbert (composer) (track 12)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (track 15)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (track 17)
Ruggero Leoncavallo (composer) (track 13)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1741) (track 7)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1808 – 1810) (track 2)
Johannes Brahms (1868) (track 6)
Charles‐François Gounod (French composer) (1872) (track 3)
Edward Elgar (composer) (1899) (track 18)
Сергей Сергеевич Прокофьев (Russian composer) (1919) (track 10)
Heinz Provost (1935) (track 8)
Morton Gould (composer and conductor) (1941) (track 4)
conductor:
Mark Andrick (track 12)
Sir Arthur Bliss (composer) (track 16)
Charles Gerhardt (conductor) (tracks 3–4, 11, 13, 15, 18)
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell) (tracks 2, 8, 10, 14)
Peter Knight (British composer) (track 17)
René Leibowitz (conductor) (tracks 1, 5)
Eric Robinson (conductor) (tracks 6, 9)
Sir Malcolm Sargent (conductor) (track 7)
librettist:
Giuseppe Giacosa (track 15)
Philippe Gille (track 11)
Edmond Gondinet (track 11)
Luigi Illica (1904) (track 15)
lyricist:
Ruggero Leoncavallo (composer) (track 13)
orchestra:
London Festival Orchestra ('house orchestra' of Decca Records, associated since 1980 with conductor Ross Pople) (track 17)
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971) (tracks 2, 8, 10, 14)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (tracks 4, 6, 11, 13, 15, 18)
New Symphony Orchestra (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 1, 5, 9)
Orchestre de Paris (track 3)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (track 16)
publisher:
Jenkinsongs Ltd. (track 11)
part of:
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 59) (track 2)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Agnus Dei (track 18)
Babes in Toyland: Act II. March of the Toys (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Carmen (arrangement for strings by Louise-Andrée Baril) (track 14)
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les toréadors (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
Cosmic Chorale (track 9)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: IX. Nimrod (for piano) (track 18)
Flight of the Bumblebee (Stokowski transcription) (track 1)
Flight of the Bumblebee (for choir, Swingle) (track 1)
Flight of the Bumblebee (for cello and orchestra, arr. by B. Traubas) (track 1)
Flight of the Bumblebee (for cello and piano, arr. Rose) (track 1)
Flight of the Bumblebee, TN iii/9 (for piano solo, Rachmaninov) (track 1)
Flower Duet (Lakmé) (for brass band, Sparke) (track 11)
For Aleeza (Beethoven's "Für Elise" • an abridged arrangement) (track 2)
Funeral March of a Marionette (for organ, Best) (track 3)
Le Vol du bourdon (for organ, Saint-Martin) (track 1)
March from The Love for Three Oranges (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 10)
Nimrod (for organ, Harris) (track 18)
Nimrod (for brass band, Denis Wright) (track 18)
Suite from "Love for Three Oranges", op. 33A: III. Marche (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
The Flight of the Bumble-Bee (for violin and orchestra, Kennedy & Lenehan) (track 1)
The Flight of the Bumblebee (for flute and orchestra, arr. Aho) (track 1)
The Flight of the Bumblebee (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 1)
The Grand Halleluiah in the Messiah (for two organists, Marsh) (track 7)
The Love for Three Oranges, op. 33: Grand March (arr. for solo violin and orchestra) (track 10)
The Love for Three Oranges, op. 33A: III. March (for string quartet, arr. Andrew Haveron) (track 10)
Полёт шмеля (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
エリーゼのために (フォーバブルボウズ) (track 2)
instrumental recording of:
Mattinata (track 13)
is based on:
Carmen: Prélude (track 14)
is the basis for:
Child of the Night (track 11)
Funeral March of a Marionette (Electronic derivative) (track 3)
Honey Man (track 1)
Intermezzo (title song from the 1939 American film, "Intermezzo: A Love Story" aka "Escape to Happiness") (track 8)
Madame Butterfly: Grande fantaisie (arr. Émile Tavan) (track 15)
Mattinata (George Greeley adaptation) (track 13)
Night Enchanted (track 11)
Passion Flower (track 2)
Rancho das flores (track 9)
You're Breaking My Heart (based on the Italian song Mattinata) (track 13)
イヴの誘惑 (track 2)
ボスBGM (Parodius) (track 1)
熱情的花朵 (track 2)
神様 見てよ (track 9)
later parody versions:
later versions:
給愛麗斯 (track 2)
orchestration of:
part of:
Babes in Toyland (track 12)
Lakmé: Acte I (track 11)
Hungarian Dances for Orchestra (catch-all for unknown and one-off orchestrations) (track 6)
Carmen Suite no. 1 (track 14)
partial recording of:
Madama Butterfly (complete standard version) (track 15)
parts:
Madama Butterfly: Atto I (act) (track 15)
Madama Butterfly: Atto II (act) (track 15)
Madama Butterfly: Atto III (act) (track 15)
recording of:
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les Toréadors (theme from Carmen: Prelude to Act I and Carmen: Act IV. « Les voici ! Voici la quadrille ! ») (track 14)
Hungarian Dance for Orchestra no. 5 in G minor: Allegro - Vivace (catch-all for unknown and one-off orchestrations) (track 6)
Intermezzo (aka "Souvenir de Vienne", theme from the 1936 Swedish film, "Intermezzo") (track 8)
String Quartet no. 2 in D major: III. Notturno (catch-all for arrangements) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:
Relax and Unwind With the Classics (preview) (track 11)

CD 3

classical guitar:
Manuel Barrueco (track 12)
horn:
Alan Civil (British horn player) (track 5)
composer:
Christoph Willibald Gluck (composer) (track 3)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (track 17)
Francisco Tárrega (track 12)
Johann Strauss (Baptist, Vater, Johann Strauss I, Sr., the Elder, the Father) (1848) (track 9)
Richard Wagner (composer) (1854 – 1856) (track 11)
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1868) (track 4)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, “Walzerkönig”, Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1869) (track 8)
Josef Strauss (composer) (1869) (track 8)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1874-11 – 1875-02) (track 6)
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1880) (track 1)
Antonín Dvořák (composer) (1886) (track 16)
Claude Debussy (1890) (track 10)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1899) (track 5)
Edward Elgar (composer) (1901 – 1930) (track 7)
Ferde Grofé (pianist, arranger, conductor and composer) (1929 – 1931) (track 2)
Aram Khachaturian (Soviet-Armenian composer, Aram Khachaturian) (1942) (track 15)
conductor:
Oskar Danon (track 15)
Massimo Freccia (conductor) (track 17)
Douglas Gamley (track 14)
Charles Gerhardt (conductor) (tracks 3, 8)
Sir Alexander Gibson (conductor) (tracks 1, 11)
Josef Leo Gruber (conductor) (track 9)
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell) (tracks 2, 4–5, 7, 10, 13)
dedicated to:
Hans von Bülow (track 6)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971) (tracks 2, 4–5, 7, 10, 13)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 1, 11)
Orchestra Filarmonica di Roma (Freelance recording orchestra, mainly used by RCA & Reader's Digest) (track 17)
orchestrator:
Hans Sitt (track 1)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1910) (track 5)
performer:
solo piano:
Earl Wild (pianist, composer and conductor) (tracks 4, 6)
publisher:
Ed. Max Eschig (track 5)
Schott Music International (publisher; do not use as label) (track 11)
premiered at:
Wasserglacis in Wien, Austria (1848-08-31) (track 9)
Symphony Hall (Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1875-10-25) (track 6)
part of:
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 39) (track 7)
Works of Johann Strauss Sr. by opus number (number: op. 228) (track 9)
Works of Josef Strauss by opus number (number: op. 234) (track 8)
arrangement of:
Rêverie, L. 68, CD 76 (for piano) (track 10)
arrangements:
Ballet des ombres heureuses (for solo piano, Friedman) (track 3)
Die Walküre: Der Ritt der Walküren (for piano solo, Stradal) (track 11)
Die Walküre: Walkürenritt (arr. Hutschenruyter) (track 11)
Highly Strung (track 15)
Hindu Song from Sadko (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
Mélodie (Dance of the Blessed Spirits) (for violin and piano, arr. Kreisler) (track 3)
Mélodie de Gluck (Dance of the Blessed Spirits, arr. Sgambati for solo piano) (track 3)
Orfeo ed Euridice: Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Melodie) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Plesový marš (track 9)
Radetzky March (for handbell ensemble) (track 9)
Radetzky March, op. 228 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Radetzky-Marsch (track 9)
Radetzky-Marsch (choir arrangement by Karl Hlinak) (track 9)
Recuerdos de la Alhambra (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Recuerdos de la Alhambra (for violin, Ricci) (track 12)
Ride of the Valkyries (for brass band, Owen) (track 11)
Ride of the Valkyries (OpenBSD 5.6 theme) (track 11)
Ride of the Valkyries from “Die Walküre” (for organ, Lemare) (track 11)
Russian Sailor’s Dance (for band, Leidzén) (track 13)
instrumental recording of:
is the basis for:
Beautiful Ohio (track 14)
Never Say Goodbye (track 5)
Più delle valchirie (Il mio nome è Nessuno) (track 11)
Radetzky Waltz (track 9)
Song of India (track 14)
The Hula Hoop (track 15)
Étude (Mike Oldfield instrumental) (track 12)
ワルキューレの騎行 (スーパーロボット大戦F) (track 11)
later versions:
orchestration of:
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for solo piano) (track 5)
part of:
Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30: Atto II (Italian version) (track 3)
Садко (track 14)
Four Norwegian Dances, op. 35 (orchestrated by Sitt) (track 1)
Slawische Tänze, op. 72, B. 145 (for Piano, four hands) (track 16)
Grand Canyon Suite (track 2)
The Sleeping Beauty, op. 66a (Suite) (track 17)
partial recording of:
parts:
recording of:
Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30: Atto II: Danza degli spiriti beati (instrumental ballet, for the original 1762 Italian version) (track 3)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (orchestrated version) (track 5)
Rêverie (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Sabre Dance, from the ballet Gayaneh (catch-all for unknown versions) (track 15)
Slawische Tänze, op. 72 no. 2 e-Moll (for Piano, four hands) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:
version of:
Four Norwegian Dances, op. 35: No. 2 (for piano, four hands) (track 1)

CD 4

trumpet:
John Wilbraham (trumpet player) (track 4)
piano:
Robert Docker (track 19)
Ralph Votapek (track 12)
additional composer:
arranger:
composer:
Richard Addinsell (composer) (track 19)
Richard Rodgers (track 9)
Gioachino Rossini (Italian composer 1792-1868) (track 17)
Pablo de Sarasate (violinist and composer) (track 20)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, “Walzerkönig”, Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (track 8)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (track 14)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (track 3)
Jeremiah Clarke (1700) (track 4)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1811) (track 6)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1838) (track 5)
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (1842) (track 16)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1846 – 1847) (track 12)
Léo Delibes (composer) (1870) (track 13)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880) (track 15)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, “Walzerkönig”, Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1882) (track 11)
Hugo Alfvén (composer and conductor) (1903) (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1903) (track 10)
Сергей Сергеевич Прокофьев (Russian composer) (1933) (track 7)
conductor:
Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) (track 14)
Massimo Freccia (conductor) (track 18)
Douglas Gamley (track 4)
Charles Gerhardt (conductor) (tracks 3, 7, 9)
Josef Leo Gruber (conductor) (track 11)
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell) (tracks 1–2, 5, 8, 10, 15–16, 19)
René Leibowitz (conductor) (track 6)
Eric Robinson (conductor) (track 20)
James Walker (ballet/opera conductor, classical recordings producer for Decca) (track 17)
librettist:
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971) (tracks 1–2, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15–16, 19)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (tracks 3–4, 7, 20)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 6, 14)
orchestrator:
Roy Douglas (British composer, pianist) (track 19)
revised by:
Jean Sibelius (1904) (track 10)
solo piano:
Robert Docker (track 19)
premiered at:
Konsertti (1904-04-25) (track 10)
premiered at:
Salle Le Peletier (1821-1873) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1870-05-25) (track 13)
Svenska Teatern in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1904-04-25) (track 10)
part of:
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 325) (track 8)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 410) (track 11)
arrangement of:
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (for piano) (track 5)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (part of orig. Carnival of the Animals, for cello and dual piano) (track 1)
arrangements:
Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410 (for piano, arr. Alfred Grünfeld) (track 11)
Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald, op. 325 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Guillaume Tell: Overture (catch-all for arrangements) (track 17)
Marche turque des Ruines d'Athènes, S. 388a (for piano, arr. Liszt) (track 6)
Overture de l'opera "Guillaume Tell", S. 552, R. 237 (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 17)
The Nutcracker: Valse des fleurs (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 14)
The Prince of Denmark's March (erroneously called “Trumpet Voluntary” - catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Turkish March (for violin and piano. arr Auer) (track 6)
Turkish March from Beethoven's "The Ruins of Athens" (for piano, arr. Rubinstein) (track 6)
Valse Triste, op. 44 no. 1 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for cello and piano, arr. Hermann) (track 10)
Waltz no. 7 in C-sharp minor, op. 64 no. 2 (arr. Davydov for piano and cello) (track 12)
William Tell Overture (for band, Leidzén) (track 17)
William Tell: Overture (for organ, Lemare) (track 17)
instrumental recording of:
is the basis for:
G’schichten aus dem Wienerwald (vocal version) (track 8)
Il canto del cigno (The Song of the Swan) (track 1)
Kuolema, op. 44: I. Valse triste (for piano) (track 10)
Le Cygne (track 1)
Plenty of Horn (track 4)
Precious Moments (track 19)
Waltz From Delibes' Coppélia (for piano, arr. Dohnányi) (track 13)
William Tell Overture (Spike Jones version) (track 17)
William Tell Overture (excerpt) (Stan LePard adaptation) (track 17)
Zbroja (track 6)
later translated versions:
Rêves de printemps (track 11)
later versions:
Chopin w Andaluzji (track 12)
Flumpet Voluntary (track 4)
Trumpet Prelude (Stokowski orchestration of "Prince of Denmark/Trumpet Voluntary") (track 4)
Voci di Primavera (version with solo voice; “Frühlingsstimmen” in Italian) (track 11)
orchestrations:
Chopiniana, op. 46: IV. Waltz (added for revised version) (track 12)
Les Sylphides: VII. Walzer (orch. by Douglas) (track 12)
The Prince of Denmark's March (orchestrated by H. Wood) (track 4)
part of:
Dangerous Moonlight (film soundtrack) (track 19)
Suite in D major (track 4)
Victory at Sea (track 9)
2 Pieces from Kuolema, op. 44 (part of collection) (track 10)
Guglielmo Tell (translated by Luigi Balocchi) (track 17)
Guillaume Tell (track 17)
Waltzes, op. 64 (track 12)
partial recording of:
Coppélia (track 13)
parts:
recording of:
Guadalcanal March (Victory at Sea) (track 9)
Kinderszenen, op. 15: Träumerei (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (catch-all for unknown arrangement) (track 1)
Spanish Dances, op. 23: No. 2. Zapateado (catch-all for arrangements) (track 20)
The Prince of Denmark’s March (erroneously called “Trumpet Voluntary”) (track 4)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for orchestra) (track 10)
Warsaw Concerto (Dangerous Moonlight) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:
revision of: