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Various : André Previn Warner Edition: Complete HMV & Teldec Recordings (CD95) (2021)

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Code: 190295065737

CD1

RAVI SHANKAR 1920-2012

  1. Concerto for sitar and orchestra
    1. First movement: Rāga Khamāj - Chhed - Aochār Alap - Jor - Gat and Tān in Teentāl (16 Beats) 
    2. Second movement: Rāga Sindhi Bhairavi - Chhed and Chalan - Gand and Tān in Dadra (6 Beats) - Gat and Tān in Kaharva (8 Beats) 
    3. Third movement: Rāga Adanā - Chhed - Drut Gat, Tān and Jhālā in Ektal (12 Beats) 
    4. Fourth movement: Rāga Mānj Khamāj - Chhed and Chalan – Gat and Tān in Chānchar (14 Beats) - Drut Gat, Tān and Jhālā in Teentāl (16 Beats) 

CD2

GEORGE GERSHWIN 1898-1937

  1. Rhapsody in Blue (orch. Ferde Grofé) 
  2. An American in Paris 
  3. Piano Concerto in F major
    1. I. Allegro 
    2. II. Adagio – Andante con moto 
    3. III. Allegro agitato 
    4. An American in Paris, rehearsal 

CD3

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Alexander Nevsky, cantata, Op. 78 (V. Lugovskoi & S. Prokofiev)
    1. I. Russia under the Mongolian Yoke 
    2. II. Song about Alexander Nevsky 
    3. III. The Crusaders in Pskov 
    4. IV. Arise, ye Russian People 
    5. V. The Battle on the Ice 
    6. VI. The Field of the Dead 
    7. VII. Alexander’s Entry in Pskov 

CD4

L.S.O. GALA CONCERT

  1. SIR EDWARD ELGAR 1857-1934
    • Cockaigne (In London Town), concert overture, Op. 40 
  2. LEONARD BERNSTEIN 1918-1990
    • Candide, overture 
  3. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS 1872-1958
    • Fantasia on “Greensleeves” 
  4. GEORGE ENESCU 1881-1955
    • Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A major, Op. 11 

CD5

SIR WILLIAM WALTON 1902-1983

  1. Belshazzar’s Feast, oratorio
    1. I. Thus spake Isaiah 
    2. II. If I forget thee, O Jerusalem 
    3. III. By the waters of Babylon 
    4. IV. Babylon was a great city 
    5. V. Praise ye the God of Gold 
    6. VI. Thus in Babylon the mighty city 
    7. VII. And in the same hour, as they feasted 
    8. VIII. Then sing aloud the God our strength 
    9. IX. The trumpeters and pipers are silent 
    10. X. Then sing aloud the God our strength 
  2. Improvisations on an Impromptu of Benjamin Britten
    1. I. Lento – Movendo 
    2. II. Vivo – Più animato poco a poco 
    3. III. Moderato 
    4. IV. Scherzando – Giocoso 

CD6

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. The Nutcracker, ballet, Op. 71 (beginning)
    1. Miniature Overture 
    2. Act One
      1. No. 1 The Decoration of the Christmas Tree 
      2. No. 2 March 
      3. No. 3 Children’s Galop and Entry of the Parents 
      4. No. 4 Arrival of Drosselmeyer 
      5. No. 5 Grandfather’s Dance 
      6. No. 6 Scene: Clara and the Nutcracker 
      7. No. 7 Scene: The Battle 
      8. No. 8 Scene: In the Pine Forest 
      9. No. 9 Waltz of the Snowflakes 

CD7

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. The Nutcracker, ballet, Op. 71 (conclusion)
    1. Act Two
      1. No. 10 Scene: The Kingdom of Sweets 
      2. No. 11 Scene: Clara and the Prince 
      3. No. 12 Divertissement
        • Chocolate: Spanish Dance 
        • Coffee: Arabian Dance 
        • Tea: Chinese Dance 
        • Trepak: Russian Dance 
        • Dance of the Reed Pipes 
        • Mother Gigogne 
      4. No. 13 Waltz of the Flowers 
      5. No. 14 Pas de deux 
        • Variation I: Tarantella 
        • Variation II: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy & Coda 
      6. No. 15 Final Waltz and Apotheosis 

CD8

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. 1812 Overture, Op. 49 
  2. Marche slave, Op. 31 
  3. Romeo and Juliet, fantasy overture TH 42 

CD9

JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897

  1. Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34
    1. I. Allegro non troppo 
    2. II. Andante – Un poco adagio 
    3. III. Scherzo (Allegro) 
    4. IV. Finale (Poco sostenuto – Allegro non troppo – Presto non troppo) 

CD10

  1. FELIX MENDELSSOHN 1809-1847
    1. Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64
      1. I. Allegro molto appassionato – 
      2. II. Andante – 
      3. III. Allegretto non troppo – Allegro molto vivace 
  2. MAX BRUCH 1838-1920
    1. Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26
      1. I. Vorspiel: Allegro moderato – 
      2. II. Adagio – 
      3. III. Finale: Allegro energico 

CD11

SERGEI RACHMANINOV 1873-1943

  1. Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27
    1. 1 I. Largo – Allegro moderato 
    2. 2 II. Allegro molto 
    3. 3 III. Adagio 
    4. 4 IV. Finale (Allegro vivace) 

CD12

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827

  1. Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67
    1. I. Allegro con brio 
    2. II. Andante con moto 
    3. III. Scherzo (Allegro) – 
    4. IV. Finale (Allegro) 
  2. Prometheus, overture Op. 43 

CD13

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975

  1. Symphony No. 8 in C minor, Op. 65
  2. 1 I. Adagio 25.08
  3. 2 II. Allegretto 5.51
  4. 3 III. Allegro non troppo 5.34
  5. 4 IV. Largo 11.16
  6. 5 V. Allegretto 13.23

CD14

  1. SIR WILLIAM WALTON 1902-1983
    1. Symphony No. 2
      1. I. Allegro molto 
      2. II. Lento assai 
      3. III. Passacaglia: Themes, Variations, Fugato and Coda (Scherzando) 
    2. Portsmouth Point, overture 
    3. Scapino, comedy overture 
  2. CONSTANT LAMBERT 1905-1951
    1. The Rio Grande, Secular Cantata for alto soloist, mixed chorus, piano, brass, strings and percussion 14.59

CD15

  1. SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953
    1. Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67 (English narration)
      1. Presentation of the characters and their musical motive 
      2. Early one morning 
      3. “Look out!” shouted Peter 
      4. No sooner had Peter gone... 
      5. So now, this is how things stood... 
      6. Just then... The hunters came out of the woods 
      7. Just imagine the triumphant procession 
  2. BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976
    1. The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 “Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell” (English narration)
      1. I. Theme 
      2. II. Woodwind 
      3. III. Brass 
      4. IV. Strings 
      5. V. Percussion 
      6. VI. Full Orchestra 
      7. VII. Flute and Piccolo 
      8. VIII. Oboes 
      9. IX. Clarinets 
      10. X. Bassoons 
      11. XI. Violins 
      12. XII. Violas 
      13. XIII. Cellos 
      14. XIV. Double Basses 
      15. XV. Harps 
      16. XVI. Horns 
      17. XVII. Trumpets 
      18. XVIII. Trombones and Bass Tuba 
      19. XIX. Timpani and the Rest of the Percussion 
      20. XX. Fugue 

CD16

  1. SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953
    1. Peter und der Wolf, Op. 67 (German narration)
      1. Vorstellung der musikalischen: Themen. Der Vogel (Flöte) - Die Ente (Oboe) - Die Katze (Klarinette) - Großvater (Fagott) - Der Wolf (Hörner) - Peter (Streicher) - Gewehrschüsse (Schlagzeug) 
      2. Die Geschichte: Peter auf der Wiese - Der Vogel - Peter und der Vogel - Die Ente - Ente und Vogel... streiten sich - Die Katze 
      3. Der Vogel fliegt auf den Baum - Die Katze überlegt - Großvater kommt aus dem Haus - Peter hat keine Angst - Großvater bringt Peter heim 
      4. Der Wolf kommt - Die Katze springt auf den Baum - Die Ente schnattert aufgeregt - Der Wolf fängt die Ente 
      5. Die Ente ist gefressen - Katze und Vogel sitzen auf dem Baum... während der Wolf gierig lauert - Peter beobachtet alles und holt ein Seil - Der Vogel ärgert den Wolf - Zornig schnappt der Wolf nach dem Vogel... aber fängt ihn nicht - Peter macht eine Schlinge - Der Wolf ist gefangen... und versucht, sich zu befreien 
      6. Gerade da kommen Jäger aus dem Wald und schießen - Peter ruft: „Schießt nicht!“ 
      7. Triumphzug... Peter und der Vogel sind stolz - Und wenn man ganz genau hinhört... 
  2. BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976
    1. The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 (German narration) 
    2. Ansprache und Erklärung - Thema A (Großes Orchester) 
    3. Thema B (Holzbläser) 
    4. Thema C (Blechbläser) 
    5. Thema D (Streicher) 
    6. Thema E (Schlagzeug) 
    7. Thema F (Großes Orchester) 
    8. Variation A (Flöte/Piccoloflöte) 
    9. Variation B (Oboe) 
    10. Variation C (Klarinette) 
    11. Variation D (Fagotte) 
    12. Variation E (Violine) 
    13. Variation F (Viola) 
    14. Variation G (Violoncello) 
    15. Variation H (Kontrabaß) 
    16. Variation I (Harfe) 
    17. Variation J (Horn) 
    18. Variation K (Trompete) 
    19. Variation L (Posaune/Tuba) 
    20. Variation M (Schlagzeug) 
    21. Fuge (großes Orchester - Thema in den Blechbläsern) 

CD17

The Dicky bird & the Owl: Victorian Songs and Ballads

  1. The Dicky bird & the Owl (Arthur Sullivan, Margaret A. Sinclair) 
  2. The Trumpeter (J. Airlie Dix, J. Francis Barron) 
  3. Annabelle Lee (Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Leslie) 
  4. Cigarette (from The Catch of the Seasons, 1904) (Charles H. Taylor, Herbert E. Haines) 
  5. Tom Bowling (Charles Dibdin) 
  6. Saved from the Deep (Arthur Chapman, Arthur W. Marchant) 
  7. The moon hath raised her lamp above (The Lily of Killarney, Act I) (Duet) [with piano] (John Oxendorf, Julius Benedict) 
  8. Excelsior! (Duet) (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Michael William Balfe) 
  9. Come into the garden, Maud (Lord Alfred Tennyson, Michael William Balfe) 
  10. The Arab’s Farewell to his Steed [with spoken intro] (Caroline Norton, John Blockley) 
  11. The lark now leaves his wat’ry nest (John Liptrot Hatton, William Davenant) 
  12. The Death of Nelson (John Braham, Samuel J. Arnold) 
  13. Gendarmes’ Duet (from Geneviève de Brabant) (Jacques Offenbach, Henry Brougham Farnie) 
  14. Watchman! What of the night? (Duet) (anon. 19th-century English, James Sarjeant) 
  15. Home! Sweet Home! (Henry Rowley Bishop, John Howard Payne) 
  16. The Snowy-Breasted Pearl (Traditional Irish) 
  17. I’ll sing thee songs of Araby (Frédéric Clay, William Gorman Wills) 
  18. The Wee Cooper o’Fife (Traditional Scottish) 

CD18

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Romeo and Juliet, ballet, Op. 64 (beginning)
    1. Act One
      1. Scene One
        1. No. 1 Introduction 
        2. No. 2 Romeo 
        3. No. 3 The street awakens 
        4. No. 4 Morning Dance 
        5. No. 5 The Quarrel 
        6. No. 6 The Fight 
        7. No. 7 The Prince gives his order 
        8. No. 8 Interlude 
      2. Scene Two
        1. No. 9 Preparing for the Ball (Juliet and the Nurse) 
        2. No. 10 Juliet as a young girl 
        3. No. 11 Arrival of the guests (Minuet) 
        4. No. 12 Masks 
        5. No. 13 Dance of the Knights 
        6. No. 14 Juliet’s Variation 
        7. No. 15 Mercutio 
        8. No. 16 Madrigal 
        9. No. 17 Tybalt recognizes Romeo 
        10. No. 18 Departure of the guests (Gavotte) 
        11. No. 19 Balcony Scene 
        12. No. 20 Romeo’s Variation 
        13. No. 21 Love Dance 
    2. Act Two
      1. Scene One (beginning)
        1. No. 22 Folk Dance 
        2. No. 23 Romeo and Mercutio 
        3. No. 24 Dance of the five couples 
        4. No. 25 Dance with the mandolins 
        5. No. 26 The Nurse 

CD19

  1. SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953
    1. Romeo and Juliet, ballet, Op. 64 (conclusion)
      1. Act Two
        1. Scene One (conclusion)
          1. No. 27 The Nurse gives Romeo the note from Juliet 
        2. Scene Two
          1. No. 28 Romeo with Friar Laurence 
          2. No. 29 Juliet with Friar Laurence 
        3. Scene Three
          1. No. 30 The last farewell 
          2. No. 31 The Nurse 
          3. No. 32 Juliet refuses to marry Paris 
          4. No. 33 Juliet alone 
          5. No. 34 Interlude 
          6. No. 35 Romeo decides to avenge Mercutio’s death 
          7. No. 36 Finale 
      2. Act Three
        1. Scene One
          1. No. 37 Introduction 
          2. No. 38 Romeo and Juliet (Juliet’s bedroom) 
          3. No. 39 The last farewell 
          4. No. 40 The Nurse 
          5. No. 41 Juliet refuses to marry Paris 
          6. No. 42 Juliet alone 
          7. No. 43 Interlude 
        2. Scene Two
          1. No. 44 At Friar Laurence’s 
          2. No. 45 Interlude 
        3. Scene Three
          1. No. 46 Juliet’s bedroom 
          2. No. 47 Juliet alone 
          3. No. 48 Morning Serenade 
          4. No. 49 Dance of the girls with the lilies 
          5. No. 50 At Juliet’s bedside 
      3. Epilogue
        1. No. 51 Juliet’s funeral 
        2. No. 52 Death of Juliet 

CD20

  1. MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937
    1. Piano Trio in A minor, M.67
      1. I. Modéré 
      2. II. Pantoum (Assez vif) 
      3. III. Passacaille (Très large) 
      4. IV. Final (Animé) 
  2. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975
    1. Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67
      1. I. Andante 
      2. II. Allegro non troppo 
      3. III. Largo 
      4. IV. Allegretto 1

CD21

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791

  1. Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, K 453
    1. I. Allegro – Cadenza 
    2. II. Andante – Cadenza 
    3. III. Allegretto 
  2. Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K 491
    1. I. Allegro – Cadenza 
    2. II. Larghetto 
    3. III. Allegretto 

CD22

GUSTAV HOLST 1874-1934

  1. The Planets, Op. 32
    1. Mars, the Bringer of War 
    2. Venus, the Bringer of Peace 
    3. Mercury, the Winded Messenger 
    4. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity 
    5. Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age 
    6. Uranus, the Magician 
    7. Neptune, the Mystic 

CD23

BÉLA BARTÓK 1881-1945

  1. Violin Concerto No. 2, Sz. 112
    1. 1 I. Allegro non troppo 
    2. 2 II. Andante tranquillo 
    3. 3 III. Allegro molto 

CD24

BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976

  1. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20
    1. I. Lachrymosa (Andante ben misurato) 
    2. II. Dies irae (Allegro con fuoco) 
    3. III. Requiem aeternam (Andante molto tranquillo) 
  2. Four Sea Interludes, from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a
    1. I. Dawn (Lento e tranquillo) 
    2. II. Sunday Morning (Allegro spiritoso) 
    3. III. Moonlight (Andante comodo e rubato) 
    4. IV. Storm (Presto con fuoco) 
  3. Passacaglia, from Peter Grimes, Op. 33b 

CD25

  1. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975
    1. Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 54
      1. I. Largo 
      2. II. Allegro 
      3. III. Presto 
  2. SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953
    1. Lieutenant Kijé, symphonic suite Op. 60
      1. I. The Birth of Kijé (Andante assai) 
      2. II. Romance (Andante – Allegretto) 
      3. III. Kijé’s Wedding (Allegro fastuoso) 
      4. IV. Troïka (Moderato) 
      5. V. The Burial of Kijé (Andante assai) 

CD26

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Manfred Symphony, Op. 58
    1. I. Lento lugubre – Moderato con moto - Andante 
    2. II. Vivace con spirito 
    3. III. Andante con moto 
    4. IV. Allegro con fuoco 

CD27

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827

  1. Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92
    1. I. Poco sostenuto - Vivace 
    2. II. Allegretto
    3. III. Presto 
    4. IV. Allegro 

CD28

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, Op. 100
    1. I. Andante 
    2. II. Allegro marcato 
    3. III. Adagio 
    4. IV. Allegro giocoso 

CD29

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Sleeping Beauty, ballet, Op. 66 (beginning)
    1. Introduction (Allegro vivo – Andantino) 
  2. Prologue: The Christening
    1. No. 1 March (Moderato) 
    2. No. 2 Dance Scene (Moderato con moto) 
    3. No. 3 Pas de six
    4. Introduction 
    5. Adagio 
    6. Variation I: The Fairy of the Crystal Fountain (Allegro moderato) 
    7. Variation II: The Fairy of the Enchanted Garden (Allegro) 
    8. Variation III: The Fairy of the Woodland Glades (Allegro moderato) 
    9. Variation IV: The Fairy of the Songbirds (Moderato) 
    10. Variation V: The Fairy of the Golden Vine (Allegro molto vivace) 
    11. Variation VI: The Lilac Fairy (Tempo di valse) 
    12. Coda (Allegro giusto) 
    13. No. 4 Finale 
  3. Act One: The Spell
    1. No. 5 Scene (Allegro vivo – Moderato) 
    2. No. 6 Waltz (Allegro: Tempo di valse) 
    3. No. 7 Scene (Andante) 
  4. No. 8 Pas d’action
    1. Rose Adagio (Andante – Adagio maestoso) 
    2. Dance of the Maids of Honour and the Pages 
    3. Aurora’s Variation 
    4. Coda (Allegro giusto) 
    5. No. 9 Finale 

CD30

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Sleeping Beauty, ballet, Op. 66 (suite)
    1. Act Two: The Vision
      1. No. 10 Entr’acte and Scene (Allegro con spirito – Un poco più tranquillo) 
      2. No. 11 Blind Man’s Buff (Allegro vivo) 
    2. No. 12 Scene: Dances of the Courtiers
      1. Scene 
      2. Dance of the Duchesses (Minuet: Moderato con moto) 
      3. Dance of the Baronesses (Gavotte) 
      4. Dance of the Countesses (Allegro non troppo) 
      5. Dance of the Marchionesses (Allegro non troppo) 
    3. No. 13 Farandole
      1. Scene (Poco più vivo) 
      2. Dance (Allegro non troppo) 
      3. No. 14 Scene: Prince Florimund and the Lilac Fairy 
    4. No. 15 Pas d’action
      1. Pas d’action: Aurora and Florimund (Andante cantabile) 
      2. Aurora’s Variation (Allegro con moto) 
      3. Coda (Presto) 
      4. No. 16 Scene (Allegro agitato) 
      5. No. 17 Panorama (Andantino) 
      6. No. 18 Entr’acte 
      7. No. 19 Symphonic Entr’acte (The Sleep) and Scene (Andante misterioso) 
      8. No. 20 Finale: The Awakening (Allegro agitato) 

CD31

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Sleeping Beauty, ballet, Op. 66 (conclusion)
    1. Act Three: The Wedding
      1. No. 21 March (Allegro non troppo) 
      2. No. 22 Polonaise: Procession of Fairy-Tale Characters (Allegro moderato e brillante) 
    2. No. 23 Pas de quatre
      1. Introduction (Allegro non tanto) 
      2. Variation I: The Golden Fairy (Allegro: Tempo di valse) 
      3. Variation II: The Silver Fairy (Allegro giusto) 
      4. Variation III: The Sapphire Fairy (Vivacissimo) 
      5. Variation IV: The Diamond Fairy (Vivace) 
      6. Coda (L’istesso tempo) 
      7. No. 24 Pas de caractère: Puss-in-Boots and the White Cat (Allegro moderato) 
    3. No. 25 Pas de quatre
      1. Introduction (Adagio) 
      2. Variation I: Cinderella and Prince Charming (Allegro: Tempo di valse) 
      3. Variation II: The Bluebird and Princess Florine (Andantino) 
      4. Coda (Presto) 
    4. No. 26 Pas de caractère
      1. Red Riding Hood and the Wolf (Allegro moderato) 
      2. Cinderella and Prince Charming (Allegro agitato – Tempo di valse – Vivace assai) 
      3. No. 27 Pas Berrichon 
    5. No. 28 Pas de deux (Aurora and Florimund)
      1. Entrée (Allegretto – Allegro moderato) 
      2. Adagio (Andante non troppo) 
      3. Variation I: Florimund (Vivace – Prestissimo) 
      4. Variation II: Aurora (Andantino)* 
      5. Coda (Allegro vivace) 
      6. No. 29 Sarabande 
    6. No. 30 Finale and Apotheosis
      1. Finale (Allegro brillante: Tempo di mazurka) – 
      2. Apotheosis (Andante molto maestoso) 

CD32

HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803-1869

  1. Le Corsaire, overture Op. 21, H. 101 
  2. Béatrice et Bénédict, overture H. 138 
  3. Le Carnaval romain, Overture Op. 9, H. 95 
  4. Benvenuto Cellini, Overture Op. 23, H. 76 
  5. Les Francs-juges, Overture Op. 3, H. 23a 

CD33

GUSTAV HOLST 1874-1934

  1. The Wandering Scholar, chamber opera, edited by Benjamin Britten and Imogen Holst (Clifford Bax), Op. 50
    1. 1 “When boughs are green in April” (Louis, Alison) 
    2. 2 “Ho there, old dog” (Louis, Alison) 
    3. 3 “The most beautiful piece” (Alison, Philippe) 
    4. 4 “The time, then, was well chosen” (Philippe, Alison) 
    5. 5 “Someone is coming!” (Alison, Philippe, Pierre) 
    6. 6 “Before that I was twenty” (Pierre, Philippe) 
    7. 7 “So learned a clerk” (Alison, Philippe, Pierre) 
    8. 8 “Heigho, a pretty knave!” (Alison, Philippe) 
    9. 9 “He’ll lie all day in the sun” (Louis, Pierre, Alison) 
    10. 10 “As I was walking” (Pierre, Louis, Alison) 
    11. 11 “Monster! Villain!” (Louis, Pierre, Alison) 
  2. The Perfect Fool, ballet music Op. 39
    1. I. Andante 
    2. II. Dance of Spirits of Earth 
    3. III. Dance of Spirits of Water 
    4. IV Dance of Spirits of Fire 
  3. Egdon Heath, Op. 47 

CD34

CARL ORFF 1895-1982

  1. Carmina Burana, cantiones profanae
    1. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi
      1. O Fortuna 
      2. Fortune plango vulnera 
    2. I. PRIMO VERE
      1. Veris leta facies 
      2. Omnia Sol temperat 
      3. Ecce gratum 
    3. Uf dem anger
      1. Tanz 
      2. Floret silva 
      3. Chramer, gip die varwe mir 
      4. Reie - Swaz hie gat umbe
    4. Chume, chum, geselle min!
      1. (Swaz hie gat umbe) 
      2. Were diu werlt alle min 
    5. II. IN TABERNA
      1. Estuans interius 
      2. Olim lacus colueram 
      3. Ego sum abbas 
      4. In taberna quando sumus 
    6. III. COUR D’AMOURS
      1. Amor volat undique 
      2. Dies, nox et omnia 
      3. Stetit puella 
      4. Circa mea pectora 
      5. Si puer cum puellula 
      6. Veni, veni, venias 
      7. In trutina 
      8. Tempus est iocundum 
      9. Dulcissime 
    7. Blanziflor et Helena
      1. Ave formosissima 
    8. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi
      1. O Fortuna 

CD35

SCOTT JOPLIN 1868-1917

  1. The Rag-Time Dance 
  2. The Easy Winners 
  3. Bethena (A Concert Waltz) 
  4. Magnetic Rag 
  5. The Strenuous Life (Rag-Time Two-Step) 
  6. The Entertainer 
  7. Elite Syncopations 
  8. Solace (A Mexican Serenade) 
  9. Pine Apple Rag 
  10. Sugar Cane (A Rag-Time classic Two-Step) 

CD36

SERGEI RACHMANINOV 1873-1943

  1. The Isle of the Dead, Op. 29 
  2. Symphonic Dances, Op. 45
    1. I. Non allegro 
    2. II. Andante con moto (Tempo di valse) 
    3. III. Lento assai – Allegro vivace 

CD37

RICHARD STRAUSS 1864-1949

  1. Vier Letzte Lieder (Four Last Songs), TrV 296
    1. I. Frühling (Hermann Hesse) 
    2. II. September (Hermann Hesse) 
    3. III. Beim Schlafengehen (Hermann Hesse) 
    4. IV. Im Abendrot (Joseph von Eichendorff) 
    5. Freundliche Vision, Op. 48 No. 1 (Otto Julius Bierbaum) 
    6. Morgen, Op. 27 No. 4 (John Henry MacKay) 
    7. Meinem Kinde, Op. 37 No. 3 (Gustav Falke) 
    8. Befreit, Op. 39 No. 4 (Richard Dehmel) 
    9. Zueignung, Op. 10 No. 1 (Hermann von Gilm) 

CD38

ANDRÉ PREVIN’S MUSIC NIGHT

A concert of favourite music featured in the BBC TV series with the London Symphony Orchestra

  1. ANDRÉ PREVIN 1929-2019
    • André Previn’s Music Night Signature Tune 
  2. SIR WILLIAM WALTON 1902-1983
    • Orb and Sceptre, overture 
  3. PAUL DUKAS 1865-1935
    • L’Apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) 
  4. TOMASO ALBINONI 1671-1751
    • Adagio in G minor (Arr. Remo Giazotto) 
  5. ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK 1854-1921
    • Hänsel und Gretel, overture 
  6. MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937
    • La Valse, M.72 
  7. ANTONIN DVOŘÁK 1841-1904
    • Slavonic Dance No. 9, Op. 72 No. 1 
  8. ANDRÉ PREVIN 1929-2019
    • Jennie, Lady Randolph Churchill, TV Series theme music 

CD39

SERGEI RACHMANINOV 1873-1943

  1. Symphony No. 1 in D minor, Op. 13
    1. I. Grave 
    2. II. Allegro animato 
    3. III. Larghetto 
    4. IV. Allegro con fuoco 

CD40

HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803-1869

  1. Symphonie fantastique, Op.14
    1. I. Rêveries – Passions 
    2. II. Un bal (Valse) 
    3. III. Scènes aux champs 
    4. IV. Marche au supplice 
    5. V. Songe d’une nuit de sabbat 

CD41

SERGEI RACHMANINOV 1873-1943

  1. The Bells, Op. 35 (Edgar Allan Poe, translated by Konstantin Balmont)
    1. I. Allegro ma non tanto 
    2. II. Lento 
    3. III. Presto 
    4. IV. Lento lugubre 1
  2. Vocalise, op. 34 No. 14 (Orchestral version) 

CD42

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791

  1. Concerto for Two Pianos in E-flat major, K 365
    1. I. Allegro 
    2. II. Andante 
    3. III. Rondo (Allegro) 
  2. Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K 466
    1. I. Allegro (Cadenza Beethoven) 
    2. II. Romance 
    3. III. Rondo (Allegro assai) (cadenza Previn)

CD43

JOSEPH HAYDN 1732-1809

  1. Symphony No. 88 in G major, Hob. I:88
    1. 1 I. Adagio – Allegro 
    2. 2 II. Largo 
    3. 3 III. Menuetto (Allegretto) 
    4. 4 IV. Finale (Allegro con spirito) 
  2. Symphony No. 96 in D major “The Miracle”, Hob. I:96
    1. 5 I. Adagio – Allegro 
    2. 6 II. Andante 
    3. 7 III. Menuetto (Allegro) 
    4. 8 IV. Finale (Vivace assai) 

CD44

  1. PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893
    1. Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23
      1. 1 I. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso – Allegro con spirito 
      2. 2 II. Andantino semplice – Prestissimo – Tempo I 
      3. 3 III. Allegro con fuoco 
  2. FRANZ LISZT 1811-1886
    1. Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, S. 124
      1. 4 I. Allegro maestoso 
      2. 5 II. Quasi adagio 
      3. 6 III. Allegretto vivace – Allegro animato 
      4. 7 IV. Allegro marziale animato 

CD45

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20 (beginning)
    1. Introduction (Moderato assai) 
  2. Act One
    1. No. 1 Scene (Allegro giusto) 
    2. No. 2 Waltz (Tempo di valse) 
    3. No. 3 Scene (Allegro moderato) 
  3. No. 4 Pas de trois
    1. I. Intrada (Allegro) 
    2. II. Andante sostenuto 
    3. III. Allegro semplice – Presto 
    4. IV. Moderato 
    5. V. Allegro 
    6. VI. Coda (Allegro vivace) 
  4. No. 5 Pas de deux
    1. I. Tempo di valse 
    2. II. Andante – Allegro – Molto più mosso 
    3. III. Tempo di valse 
    4. IV. Coda (Allegro molto vivace) 
    5. No. 6 Pas d’action (Andantino quasi moderato – Allegro) 
    6. No. 7 Subject 
    7. No. 8 Dance with Goblets (Tempo di polacca) 
    8. No. 9_ Finale (Andante) 
  5. Act Two
    1. No. 10 Scene (Moderato) 
    2. No. 11 Scene (Allegro moderato – Allegro vivo) 
    3. No. 12 Scene (Allegro) 
  6. No. 13 Dances of the Swans
    1. I. Tempo di valse 
    2. II. Moderato assai – Molto più mosso 
    3. III. Tempo di valse 
    4. IV. Dance of the Little Swans (Allegro moderato) 
    5. V. Andante – Andante non troppo – Allegro 
    6. VI. Tempo di valse 
    7. VII. Coda (Allegro vivace) 
    8. No. 14 Scene (Moderato) 

CD46

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20 (conclusion)
    1. Act Three
      1. No. 15 Scene (Allegro giusto) 
      2. No. 16 Dance of the Guests and the Dwarfs (Moderato assai – Allegro vivo) 
      3. No. 17 Scene: Entrance and Waltz of the Special Guests (Allegro – Tempo di valse) 
      4. No. 18 Scene (Allegro – Allegro giusto) 
    2. No. 19 Pas de six
      1. Intrada 
      2. Variation I (Allegro) 
      3. Variation II (Andante con moto) 
      4. Variation III (Moderato) 
      5. Variation IV (Allegro) 
      6. Variation V (Moderato – Allegro semplice) 
      7. Coda (Allegro molto) 
    3. Pas de deux (additional number)
      1. Introduction (Moderato – Andante) 
      2. Variation I (Allegro moderato) 
      3. Variation II (Allegro) 
      4. Coda (Allegro molto vivace) 
      5. No. 20 Hungarian Dance: Csárdás (Moderato assai – Allegro moderato – Vivace) 
      6. Russian Dance (Cadenza – Andante semplice – Allegro vivo) (additional number) 
      7. No. 21 Spanish Dance (Allegro non troppo: tempo di Bolero) 
      8. No. 22 Neapolitan Dance (Allegro moderato – Andantino quasi moderato) 
      9. No. 23 Mazurka 4.10 
      10. No. 24 Scene (Allegro – Valse – Allegro vivo) 
    4. Act Four
      1. No. 25 Entr’acte (Moderato) 
      2. No. 26 Scene (Allegro non troppo) 
      3. No. 27 Dance of the Little Swans (Moderato) 
      4. No. 28 Scene (Allegro agitato – Allegro vivace) 
      5. No. 29 Finale (Andante – Allegro agitato – Alla breve – Moderato e maestoso) 

CD47

SERGEI RACHMANINOV 1873-1943

  1. Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 44
    1. I. Lento (Allegro moderato) 
    2. II. Adagio ma non troppo 
    3. III. Allegro 
  2. Aleko, opera (Excerpts)
    1. Intermezzo 
    2. Women’s Dance 

CD48

FELIX MENDELSSOHN 1809-1847

  1. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Incidental music, Op. 61 (William Shakespeare)
    1. Overture, Op. 21 
    2. No. 1 Scherzo (Allegro vivace) 
    3. No. 2 Melodram and March of the Elves (L’istesso tempo - Allegro vivace) 
    4. No. 3 Song with Chorus: “You spotted snakes” (Allegro ma non troppo) 
    5. No. 4 The Spells (Andante - Allegro molto) 
    6. No. 5 Intermezzo (Allegro appassionato) - Allegro molto comodo 
    7. No. 6 “What Hempen Homespuns” (Allegro - Allegro molto - Andante - Allegro molto) 
    8. No. 7 Notturno (Con moto tranquillo) 
    9. No. 8 The removal of the Spells (Andante - Allegro molto - Con moto tranquillo - Allegro molto) 
    10. No. 9 Wedding March (Allegro vivace) 
    11. No. 10 Fanfare (Allegro comodo) - Marcia funebre (Andante comodo) 
    12. No. 11 A Dance of Clowns (Bergamasca. Allegro di molto) 
    13. No. 12 Wedding March Reprise (Allegro vivace) 
    14. No. 13 Finale: “Tro’ this house give glim’ring light” (Allegro di molto) 

CD49

ANDRÉ PREVIN’S MUSIC NIGHT II

A concert of favourite music featured in the BBC TV series with the London Symphony Orchestra

  1. MIKHAÏL GLINKA 1804-1857
    • Russlan and Ludmilla, overture 
  2. SAMUEL BARBER 1910-1981
    • Adagio for strings, Op. 11 
  3. MANUEL DE FALLA 1876-1946
    1. The Three Cornered Hat, ballet (excerpts)
      • The Neighbors 
      • The Miller’s Dance 
      • Final Dance (Jota) 
  4. CLAUDE DEBUSSY 1862-1918
    • Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, CD 87 
  5. GEORGE BUTTERWORTH 1885-1916
    • The Banks of Green Willow 
  6. JOHANN STRAUSS II 1825-1899
    • Emperor Waltz, Op. 437 

CD50

  1. KARL GOLDMARK 1830–1915
    1. Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 28
      1. I. Allegro moderato 
      2. II. Andante 
      3. III. Moderato - Allegretto 
  2. PABLO DE SARASATE 1844–1908
    1. Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 

CD51

JEAN SIBELIUS 1865-1957

  1. Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 43
    1. I. Allegretto 
    2. II. Tempo andante ma rubato 
    3. III. Vivacissimo 
    4. IV. Finale: Allegro moderato 

CD52

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975

  1. Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47
    1. I. Moderato – Allegro non troppo 
    2. II. Allegretto 
    3. III. Largo 
    4. IV. Allegro non troppo 

CD53

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975

  1. Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 43
    1. I. Allegretto poco moderato – Presto – Tempo I 
    2. II. Moderato con moto 
    3. III. Largo – Allegro 

CD54

FRANCIS POULENC 1899-1963

  1. Concerto in G minor, FP 93 for organ, strings and timpani
    1. I. Andante - Allegro giocoso 
    2. II. Andante moderato 
    3. III. Tempo allegro, molto agitato 
    4. IV. Très calme - Lent 
    5. V. Tempo de l’allegro initial 
    6. VI. Tempo de l’introduction - Largo 
  2. Concert champêtre, FP 49 for harpsichord and orchestra
    1. I. Allegro molto – Adagio – Allegro molto 
    2. II. Andante (Mouvement de sicilienne) 
    3. III. Finale (Presto) 

CD55

JOAQUÍN RODRIGO 1901-1999

  1. Concierto de Aranjuez, for guitar and orchestra
    1. I. Allegro con spirito 
    2. II. Adagio 
    3. III. Allegro gentile 
  2. Fantasía para un gentilhombre, for guitar and small orchestra
    1. I. Villano y ricercare (Adagietto – Andante moderato) 
    2. II. Españoleta y Fanfare de la Caballería de Nápoles (Adagio – Allegretto – Adagio) 
    3. III. Danza de la Hachas (Allegro con brio) 
    4. IV. Canario (Allegro ma non troppo) 

CD56

  1. HENRI DUPARC 1848-1933
    1. Phydilé (Leconte de Lisle) 
    2. La Vie antérieure (Charles Baudelaire) 
    3. Le Manoir de Rosemonde (Robert de Bonnières) 
    4. Au pays où se fait la guerre (Théophile Gautier) 
    5. L’Invitation au voyage (Charles Baudelaire) 
  2. ERNEST CHAUSSON 1855-1899
    1. Poème de l’amour et de la mer, Op. 19 (Maurice Bouchor)
      1. I. La Fleur des eaux (Calme) 
      2. II. Interlude (Lent et triste) 
      3. III. La Mort de l’amour (Vif et joyeux – Sombre et solennel – Lent et triste) 

CD57

OLIVIER MESSIAEN 1908-1992

  1. Turangalîla-Symphonie
    1. I. Introduction 
    2. II. Chant d’amour I 
    3. III. Turangalîla I 
    4. IV. Chant d’amour II 
    5. V. Joie du sang et des étoiles 
    6. VI. Jardin du sommeil d’amour 
    7. VII. Turangalîla II 
    8. VIII. Développement de l’amour 
    9. IX. Turangalîla III 
    10. X. Final 

CD58

  1. ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK 1841-1904
  2. Cello Concerto un B minor, Op. 104
    1. I. Allegro 
    2. II. Adagio ma non troppo 
    3. III. Finale (Allegro moderato) 
  3. 4 Rondo in G minor, for cello and orchestra Op. 94 

CD59

JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897

  1. Vier Ernste Gesänge (Four Serious Songs), Op. 121
    1. I. Denn es geht dem Menschen 
    2. II. Ich wandte mich un sahe an alle 
    3. III. O Tod, wie bitter bist du 
    4. IV. Wenn ich mit Menschen 
  2. Ständchen, Op 106 No. 1 
  3. Auf dem Kirchhofe, Op. 105 No. 4 
  4. Gestillte Sehnsucht, Op. 91 No. 1 
  5. Geistliches Wiegenlied, Op. 91 No. 2 
  6. Therese, Op. 86 No. 1 
  7. Wie melodien zieth es mir, Op. 105 No. 1 
  8. Sappische Ode, Op. 94 No. 4
  9. Der Jäger, Op. 95 No. 4 
  10. Regenlied, WoO 23 
  11. Vergebliches Ständchen, Op. 84 No. 4 

CD60

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Symphony No. 1 in D major “Classical”, Op. 25
    1. I. Allegro 
    2. II. Lhargetto 
    3. III. Gavotte (Non troppo allegro) 
    4. IV. Finale (Molto vivace) 
  2. Symphony No. 7 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131
    1. I. Moderato 
    2. II. Allegretto 
    3. III. Andante espressivo 
    4. IV. Vivace 

CD61

JOSEPH HAYDN 1732-1809

  1. Symphony No. 94 in G major “Surprise”, Hob. I:94
    1. I. Adagio cantabile – Vivace assai 
    2. II. Andante 
    3. III. Menuetto (Allegro molto – Trio) 
    4. IV. Allegro di molto 
  2. Symphony No. 104 in D major “London”, Hob. I:104
    1. I. Adagio – Allegro 
    2. II. Andante 
    3. III. Menuetto (Trio) 
    4. IV. Finale (Spiritoso) 

CD62

GUSTAV MAHLER 1860-1911

  1. Symphony No. 4 in G major
    1. I. Bedächtig. Nicht eilen 
    2. II. In gemächliger Bewegung. Ohne hast 
    3. III. Ruhevoll (Poco adagio) 
    4. IV. Sehr behaglich: “Wir geniessen die Himmlischen Freuden” 

CD63

BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976

  1. A Spring Symphony, Op. 44
    1. Part One
      1. I. Introduction: Shine out (Anon. 16th century) 
      2. II. The Merry Cuckoo (Edmund Spencer) 
      3. III. Spring, the sweet Spring (Thomas Nashe) 
      4. IV. The Driving Boy (George Peele & John Clare) 
      5. V. The Morning Star (John Milton) 
    2. Part Two
      1. I. Welcome, Maids of Honour (Robert Herrick) 
      2. II. Waters above! (Henry Vaughan) 
      3. III. Out on the lawn I lie in bed (Wystan Hugh Auden) 
    3. Part Three
      1. I. When will my May come (Richard Barnfield) 
      2. II. Fair and Fair (George Peele) 
      3. III. Sound the Flute! (William Blake) 
    4. Part Four
      1. Finale: London, to thee I do present (Richard Beaumont, John Fletcher & anon. 13th century) 

CD64

FELIX MENDELSSOHN 1809-1847

  1. Symphony No. 4 in A major “Italian”, Op. 90
    1. I. Allegro vivace 
    2. II. Andante con moto 
    3. III. Con moto moderato 
    4. IV. Saltarello (Presto) 
    5. The Hebrides, overture Op. 26 
    6. Ruy Blas, overture Op. 95 
    7. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, overture Op. 21 

CD64

MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937

  1. Boléro, ballet, M.81 
  2. Daphnis et Chloé, M.57, ballet suite No. 2
    1. I. Lever du jour 
    2. II. Pantomime 
    3. III. Danse générale 
  3. Pavane pour une infante défunte, M.19 

CD66

  1. SIR EDWARD ELGAR 1857-1934
    1. Variations on an Original Theme “Enigma”, Op. 36
      1. Theme: Andante 
      2. Variation 1: C.A.E. (The composer’s wife) 
      3. Variation 2: H.D. S-P (Hew David Steuart-Powell) 
      4. Variation 3: R.B.T. (Richard Baxter Townsend) 
      5. Variation 4: W.M.B. (William Meath Baker) 
      6. Variation 5: R.P.A. (Richard Penrose Arnold) 
      7. Variation 6: Ysobel (Isobel Fitton) 
      8. Variation 7: Troyte (Troyte Griffith) 
      9. Variation 8: W.N. (Winifred Norbury) 
      10. Variation 9: Nimrod (A. J. Jaeger) 
      11. Variation 10: Intermezzo: Dorabella (Dora Penny) 
      12. Variation 11: G.R.S. (George Robertson Sinclair) 
      13. Variation 12: B.G.N. (Basil G. Nevison) 
      14. Variation 13: Romanza * * * (Lady Mary Lygon) 
      15. Variation 14: Finale: E.D.U. (The composer) 
  2. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS 1872-1958
    1. The Wasps, Aristophanic Suite, overture 
    2. Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis 

CD67

  1. FELIX MENDELSSOHN 1809-1847
    1. Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
      1. I. Molto allegro ed agitato 
      2. II. Andante con moto tranquillo 
      3. III. Scherzo (Leggiero e vivace) 
      4. IV. Saltarello (Allegro assai appassionato) 
  2. ROBERT SCHUMANN 1810-1856
    1. Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 63
      1. I. Mit Energie und Leidenschaft 
      2. II. Lebhaft, doch nicht zu rasch 
      3. III. Langsam, mit inniger Empfindung 
      4. IV. Mit Feuer 

CD68

KARL GOLDMARK 1830-1915

  1. Symphony No. 1 in E-flat major “Rustic Wedding”, Op. 26
    1. I. Hochzeitsmarsch (Variationen. Moderato molto) 
    2. II. Brautlied (Intermezzo. Allegretto) 
    3. III. Serenade (Scherzo. Allegro moderato scherzando) 
    4. IV. Im Garten (Andante) 
    5. V. Tanz (Finale. Allegro molto) 

CD69

  1. JEAN SIBELIUS 1865-1957
    1. Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
      1. I. Allegro moderato 
      2. II. Adagio di molto 
      3. III. Allegro, ma non tanto 
  2. CHRISTIAN SINDING 1856-1941
    1. Suite for violin and orchestra, Op. 10
      1. I. Presto 
      2. II. Adagio 
      3. III. Tempo giusto 

CD70

CLAUDE DEBUSSY 1862-1918

  1. Images for orchestra, CD 118a
    1. I. Gigues 
    2. II. Iberia
      1. 1 Par les rues et par les chemins 
      2. 2 Les Parfums de la nuit 
      3. 3 Le Matin d’un jour de fête 
    3. 5 III. Rondes de printemps 
  2. Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, CD 87

CD71

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975

  1. Symphony No. 13 in B-flat minor “Babi Yar”, Op. 113 (Yevgeny Yevtushenko)
    1. I. Babi Yar 
    2. II. Humor 
    3. III. In the store 
    4. IV. Fears 
    5. V. A career 

CD72

RICHARD STRAUSS 1864-1949

  1. Don Juan, Op. 20 
  2. Till Eulenspiegels Iustige Streiche, Op. 28 
  3. Tod und Verklärung, Op. 24 

CD73

HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803–1869

  1. Grande Messe des morts (Requiem), Op. 5 H. 75 (beginning)
    1. I. Requiem et Kyrie – Introitus 
    2. II. Dies irae – Prosa 
    3. III. Quid sum miser 
    4. IV. Rex tremendae majestatis 
    5. V. Quaerens me 

CD74

HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803–1869

  1. Grande Messe des morts (Requiem), Op. 5 H. 75 (conclusion)
    1. VI. Lacrymosa 
    2. VII. Offertorium 
    3. VIII. Hostias 
    4. IX. Sanctus 
    5. X. Agnus Dei 

CD75

  1. ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD 1897–1957
    1. Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35
      1. I Moderato nobile 
      2. II Romanze (Andante) 
      3. III Finale (Allegro assai vivace) 
  2. JULIUS CONUS 1869–1942
    1. Violin Concerto in E minor
      1. I Allegro molto — Andante espressivo 
      2. II Adagio 
      3. III Cadenza — Allegro subito 

CD76

ANDRÉ PREVIN 1929-2019

  1. ‘A DIFFERENT KIND OF BLUES’
    1. Look At Him Go 
    2. Little Face 
    3. Who Reads Reviews 
    4. Night Thoughts 
    5. A Different Kind of Blues 
    6. Chocolate Apricot 
    7. The Five of Us 
    8. Make Up Your Mind 

CD77

GEORGE GERSHWIN 1898-1937

  1. Porgy and Bess, A symphonic picture (Arr. Robert Russell Bennett) 
  2. Second Rhapsody, for piano and orchestra (Arr. Robert McBride) 
  3. Cuban Overture 

CD78

ANDRÉ PREVIN 1929-2019

  1. ‘IT’S A BREEZE’
    1. It’s a breeze 
    2. Rain in My Head 
    3. Catgut Your Tongue 
    4. It’s About Time 
    5. Quiet Didding 
    6. A Tune for Heather 
    7. Bowing and Scraping 
    8. The Red Bar 

CD79

MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937

  1. Daphnis et Chloé, ballet, M.57
    1. Première partie : une prairie à la lisière d’un bois sacré
      1. Introduction (Lent) 
      2. Danse religieuse (Modéré) 
      3. Scène (Un peu plus lent - Mouvement du début - Vif) 
      4. Danse générale (Vif) 
      5. Scène (Moins vite) 
      6. Danse grotesque de Dorcon (Très modéré - Pesant - Plus animé - Plus modéré) 
      7. Danse légère et gracieuse de Daphnis (Assez lent - Plus animé) 
      8. Scène - Danse de Lyceion - Arrivée des pirates (Un peu retenu - Animé - Vif - Lent - Libre) 
      9. Nocturne (Lent - Très libre - Très modéré - Plus lent - Modérément animé - Très animé - Lent) 
      10. Danse lente et mystérieuse des nymphes (Modéré - Lent et très souple de mesure) 
    2. Deuxième partie : le camp des pirates
      1. Interlude (Lent) 
      2. Introduction (Lent) 
      3. Danse guerrière (Animé et très rude) 
      4. Danse suppliante de Chloé (Modéré - Animé - Lent) 
    3. Troisième partie : même décor que la première partie
      1. Introduction (Modéré) 
      2. Lever du jour (Lent) 
      3. Pantomime (Lent - Très lent - En animant - Lent) 
      4. Danse générale (Bacchanale) 

CD80

MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937

  1. L’Enfant et les sortilèges, lyric fantasy in two parts, M.71 (Colette)
    1. Part one: The House
      1. Introduction (L’Enfant, Maman) 
      2. « Votre serviteur humble, bergère » (La Bergère, le Fauteuil, l’horloge comtoise, l’Enfant, Chorus) 
      3. « How’s your mug? » (La Théière, la Tasse chinoise, l’Enfant, le Feu, Chorus) 
      4. « Oui, c’est elle, ta princesse enchantée » (La Princesse, l’Enfant) 
      5. « Deux robinets coulent dans un réservoir » (Le Petit vieillard, l’Enfant, les Chats) 
    2. Part two: The Garden
      1. Musique d’insectes, de rainettes - « Ah ! Quelle joie de te retrouver, jardin » (Chorus, l’Enfant, l’Arbre, la Libellule, le Rossignol, les Rainettes, la Chauve-souris) 
      2. « Sauve-toi, sotte ! Et la cage ? La cage ? » (L’Écureuil, la Rainette, l’Enfant) 
      3. « Ah ! C’est l’enfant au couteau ! » (Chorus, l’Enfant) 

CD81

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH 1906-1975

  1. Symphony No. 10 in E minor, Op. 93
    1. 1 I. Moderato 
    2. 2 II. Allegro 
    3. 3 III. Allegretto – Largo – Più mosso 
    4. 4 IV. Andante – Allegro – L’istesso tempo 

CD82

RICHARD STRAUSS 1864-1949

  1. Eine Alpensinfonie (Alpine Symphony), Op. 64
    1. I. Nacht – (Night) 
    2. II. Sonnenaufgang – (Sunrise) 
    3. III. Der Anstieg – (The Ascent) 
    4. IV. Der Eintritt in der Wald – (Entering the forest) 
    5. V. Wanderung neben dem Bache – (Wandering by the brook) 
    6. VI. Am Wasserfall – (Waterfall) 
    7. VII. Erscheinung – (Apparition) 
    8. VIII. Auf blumige Wiesen – (In flowery meadows) 
    9. IX. Auf der Alm – (On the Alpine pasture) 
    10. X. Durch Dickicht und Gestrüpp auf Irrwegen – (Through thicket and undergrowth on the wrong path) 
    11. XII. Auf dem Gletscher – (On the glacier) 
    12. XIII. Gerfahrvolle Augenblicke – (Dangerous moments) 
    13. XIV. Auf dem Gipfel – (On the summit) 
    14. XV. Vision – (Vision) 
    15. XVI. Nebel steigen auf – (Mists rise up) 
    16. XVII. Die Sonne verdüstert sich allmählich – (The sun grows dark) 
    17. XVIII. Elegie – (Elegy –) 
    18. XIX. Stille vor dem Sturm – (Calm before the storm) 
    19. XX. Gewitter und Sturm – (Thunderstorm) 
    20. XXI. Sonnenuntergang – (Descent) 
    21. XXII. Ausklang – (Sunset) 
    22. XXIII. Nacht (Night) 

CD83

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Cinderella, ballet, Op. 87 (beginning)
    1. Act One
      1. No. 1 Introduction (ANndante dolce) 
      2. No. 2 Dance with the Shawl (Allegretto) 
      3. No. 3 Cinderella (Andante dolce) 
      4. No. 4 The Father (Andantino) 
      5. No. 5 The Beggar-woman (Adagio) 
      6. No. 6 The Sisters’ new clothes (Vivo) 
      7. No. 7 The Dancing Lesson (Allegretto) 
      8. No. 8 Departure for the Ball (Vivo) 
      9. No. 9 Cinderella dreams of the Ball (Andante dolce) 
      10. No. 10 Gavotte (Allegretto) 
      11. No. 11 The Beggar-woman returns (Adagio) 
      12. No. 12 Spring Fairy (Presto) 
      13. No. 13 Summer Fairy (Andantino sognando) 
      14. No. 14 Grasshoppers and Dragonflies (Vivace con brio) 
      15. No. 15 Autumn Fairy (Allegro moderato) 
      16. No. 16 Winter Fairy (Allegro moderato) 
      17. No. 17 Interrupted departure (Vivo) 
      18. No. 18 Clock Scene (Allegro moderato) 
      19. No. 19 Cinderella’s departure for the Ball (Allegro espressivo) 
    2. Act Two (beginning)
      1. No. 20 Court dance (Andante grazioso) 
      2. No. 21 Passepied (Allegretto) 
      3. No. 22 Cavaliers’ dance (Bourrée: Allegro pesante) 
      4. No. 23 Skinny’s variation (Allegretto) 
      5. No. 24 Dumpy’s variation (Allegretto capriccioso) 
      6. No. 25 Court dance (Andante grazioso) 
      7. No. 26 Mazurka and Entry of the Prince (Allegro) 
      8. No. 27 Dance of the Prince’s Companions (Allegro moderato) 
      9. No. 28 Mazurka (Allegro ma non troppo) 
      10. No. 29 Cinderella’s arrival at the Ball (Allegro – Andante) 
      11. No. 30 Grand Waltz (Allegretto) 

CD84

SERGEI PROKOFIEV 1891-1953

  1. Cinderella, ballet, Op. 87 (conclusion)
    1. Act Two (conclusion)
      1. No. 31 Promenade (Allegro tranquillo) 
      2. No. 32 Cinderella’s variation (Allegro grazioso) 
      3. No. 33 The Prince’s variation (Andante con brio) 
      4. No. 34 The Guests take refreshment (Moderato) 
      5. No. 35 Duet of the Sisters with their Oranges (Allegro con brio) 
      6. No. 36 Pas de deux: The Prince and Cinderella (Adagio) 
      7. No. 37 Waltz-Coda (Allegro espressivo) 
      8. No. 38 Midnight (Allegro moderato) 
    2. Act Three
      1. No. 39 The Prince and the Shoemakers (Allegro scherzando) 
      2. No. 40 First galop (Presto) 
      3. No. 41 Temptation (Moderato – Allegretto) 
      4. No. 42 Second galop (Presto) 
      5. No. 43 Orientalia (Andante dolce) 
      6. No. 44 Third galop (Allegro marcato) 
      7. No. 45 Cinderella awakes (Andante dolce) 
      8. No. 46 The Morning after the Ball (Allegretto capriccioso – Moderato – Vivo) 
      9. No. 47 The Prince’s visit (Vivace) 
      10. No. 48 The Prince finds Cinderella (Adagio passionato) 
      11. No. 49 Slow Waltz (Adagio) 
      12. No. 50 Amoroso (Andante dolcissimo) 

CD85

CLAUDE DEBUSSY 1862-1918

  1. La Mer, CD 111
    1. I. De l’aube à midi sur la mer 
    2. II. Jeux de vagues 
    3. III. Dialogue du vent et de la mer 
  2. Trois Nocturnes, CD 98
    1. I. Nuages 
    2. II. Fêtes 
    3. III. Sirènes 

CD86

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791

  1. Vorrei spiegarvi, Oh Dio!, K 418 (Attrib. Da Ponte) 
  2. Exsultate, jubilate, motet, K 165 
  3. Il re pastore, K 208, Act II: Rondo. “L’amerò, sarò costante” (After Metastasio) 
  4. Basta, vincesti... Ah, non lasciarmi, K 486a (Metastasio) 
  5. Un moto di gioia, K 579 (Attrib. Da Ponte) 
  6. Ch’io mi scordi di te… Non temer, amato bene, Scena and Rondo, K 490 (Varesco) 
  7. Misera! Dove son... Ah! Non son io, K 369 (Metastasio) 

CD87

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS 1835-1921

  1. Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22
    1. I. Andante sostenuto 
    2. II. Allegro scherzando 
    3. III. Presto 
  2. Piano Concerto No. 4 in C minor, Op. 44
    1. I. Allegro moderato – Andante 
    2. II. Allegro vivace – Andante – Allegro 

CD88

MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937

  1. Valses nobles et sentimentales, M.61
    1. I. Modéré 
    2. II. Assez lent, avec une expression intense 
    3. III. Modéré 
    4. IV. Assez animé 
    5. V Presque lent, dans un sentiment intime 
    6. VI. Assez vif 
    7. VII. Moins vif 
    8. VIII. Epilogue (Lent) 
  2. Le Tombeau de Couperin, M.68a
    1. I. Prélude 
    2. II. Forlane 
    3. III. Menuet 
    4. IV. Rigaudon 
  3. Alborada del Gracioso, from Miroirs, M.43 No. 4 7.40
  4. Rapsodie espagnole, M.54
    1. I. Prélude à la nuit 
    2. II. Malagueña 
    3. III. Habanera 
    4. IV. Feria 
  5. Pavane pour une infante défunte, M.19 

CD89

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. The Nutcracker, ballet, Op. 71 (beginning)
    1. Miniature Overture 
  2. Act One
    1. No. 1 The Decoration of the Christmas Tree 
    2. No. 2 March 
    3. No. 3 Children’s Galop and Entry of the Parents 
    4. No. 4 Arrival of Drosselmeyer 
    5. No. 5 Grandfather’s Dance 
    6. No. 6 Scene: Clara and the Nutcracker 
    7. No. 7 Scene: The Battle 
    8. No. 8 Scene: In the Pine Forest 
    9. No. 9 Waltz of the Snowflakes 

CD90

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

  1. The Nutcracker, ballet, Op. 71 (conclusion)
    1. Act Two
      1. 1 No. 10 Scene: The Kingdom of Sweets 
      2. 2 No. 11 Scene: Clara and the Prince 
  2. No. 12 Divertissement
    1. 3 Chocolate: Spanish Dance 
    2. 4 Coffee: Arabian Dance 
    3. 5 Tea: Chinese Dance 
    4. 6 Trepak: Russian Dance 
    5. 7 Dance of the Reed Pipes 
    6. 8 Mother Gigogne 
    7. 9 No. 13 Waltz of the Flowers 
    8. 10 No. 14 Pas de deux 
    9. 11 Variation I: Tarantella 
    10. 12 Variation II: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 
    11. 13 Coda 
    12. 14 No. 15 Final Waltz and Apotheosis 

CD91

JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897

  1. Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45
    1. I. “Selig sind, die da Leid tragen” 
    2. II. “Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras“ 
    3. III. “Herr, lehre doch mich” 
    4. IV. “Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen, Herr Zebaoth!“ 
    5. V. “Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit” 
    6. VI. “Denn wir haben hie keine bleibende Statt“ 
    7. VII. “Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herren sterben“ 

CD92

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS 1835-1921

  1. Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 29
    1. I. Moderato assai – Più mosso (Allegro maestoso) 
    2. II. Andante 
    3. III. Allegro non troppo 
  2. Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major “L’Égyptien”, Op. 103
    1. I. Allegro animato 
    2. II. Andante – Allegretto tranquillo quasi andantino 
    3. III. Molto allegro 

CD93

WILLIAM WALTON 1902-1983

  1. Viola Concerto (Revised version 1961)
    1. I. Andante comodo 
    2. II. Vivo, con molto preciso 
    3. III. Allegro moderato 
  2. Violin Concerto (Revised version 1943)
    1. I. Andante tranquillo 
    2. II. Presto capriccioso alla napolitana – Trio (Canzonetta) – Tempo I 
    3. III. Vivace 

CD94

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS 1835-1921

  1. Piano Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 17
    1. I. Andante – Allegro assai 
    2. II. Andante sostenuto quasi adagio 
    3. III. Allegro con fuoco 
  2. 4 Wedding Cake, Caprice-valse, Op. 76 6.24
    1. Rhapsodie d’Auvergne, Op. 73 
    2. Allegro appassionato, Op. 70 
    3. Africa, Fantaisie, Op. 89 

CD95

  1. Introduction and Overview 
  2. BBC Television Series 
  3. Background preceding career as conductor, and early conducting career 
  4. Appointment as Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra 
  5. Qualities and achievement as Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra 
  6. Classical and Jazz Pianist 
  7. Composer for Theatre and Television Drama 
  8. Breadth of Orchestral Repertoire 
  9. Public Following, Personality, Legacy, and Conclusion 

 

 

Conductor, pianist, composer and media personality, André Previn excelled in a diversity of musical genres and idioms. A child prodigy in his native Berlin, he moved to the USA in 1939 and made his early career in Hollywood, winning four Academy Awards. His time as Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (1968-1979) established him as a major interpreter of symphonic repertoire, particularly Russian, French and British music – “The very definition of good conducting,” wrote Gramophone of his celebrated LSO version of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker. The scope of Previn’s relationship with the LSO is duly reflected in this 95CD set, comprising his entire EMI and Teldec discographies, as is his special rapport with such orchestras as the Pittsburgh Symphony, Chicago Symphony and Wiener Philharmoniker. The collection also showcases his talents as a pianist, in both classical and jazz mode, and offers insights into his character and art with an audio documentary, André Previn – A Memoir.Conductor, pianist, composer and media personality, André Previn excelled in a diversity of musical genres and idioms. A child prodigy in his native Berlin, he moved to the USA in 1939 and made his early career in Hollywood, winning four Academy Awards. His time as Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (1968-1979) established him as a major interpreter of symphonic repertoire, particularly Russian, French and British music – “The very definition of good conducting,” wrote Gramophone of his celebrated LSO version of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker. The scope of Previn’s relationship with the LSO is duly reflected in this 95CD set, comprising his entire EMI and Teldec discographies, as is his special rapport with such orchestras as the Pittsburgh Symphony, Chicago Symphony and Wiener Philharmoniker. The collection also showcases his talents as a pianist, in both classical and jazz mode, and offers insights into his character and art with an audio documentary, André Previn – A Memoir.

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