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Edvard Jarnefelt - Praeludium ( prelude ) - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra / Erich Kunzel
Bruch - Double Concerto in E minor
Clarinet: Dimitri Ashkenazy, Viola: Anton Kholodenko, The Baltic Symphony Orchestra / Mats Liljefors
Mov.I: Andante con moto 00:00
Mov.II: Allegro moderato 06:48
Mov.III: Allegro molto 13:22
Follow up to Mahler, Hans Rott might be one of the greatest unknown composers from the Romantic Era. Ridiculed by Brahms as having no talent he lost any self confidence, which is displayed by his lack of output. He was admired by Bruckner and Mahler, the latter having a good friendship. You'll probably hear a strong resemblance in the third movement to the second movement of Mahler's first symphony.
Anton Rubinstein (orch. d'Indy) - Melody in F
Schubert's most virtuosic work for piano. Liszt was influenced by it.
Wanderer Fantasy played by Paul Lewis
00:00 – Mvt 1, Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
05:42 – Mvt 2, Adagio
12:14 – Mvt 3, Presto
16:59 – Mvt 4, Allegro
Reminds me a bit of Grainger.
^ yes, quite similar.
George Butterworth - The Banks of Green Willow - Sir Neville Marriner / St Martin in the fields
Purcell - Dido & Aeneas: Dido's lament - Marianne Beate Kielland
Chopin orch. Elgar - Funeral March - Sir Adrian Boult / London Philharmonic Orchestra
Sibelius - Valse Triste (sad waltz) - Tony Woollard on cello, Andrew Holdsworth on piano
Bach - Violin Concerto in A minor BWV 1041
Hilary Hahn, Jeffrey Kahane / L.A Chamber Orchestra
Henry Mancini - Moon River original
Solo version of Ravel Piano Concerto 2nd movement played by Dusan Holy.