THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODIES - Light Classical Magic




Volume 8 of the 'The World's Most Beautiful Melodies' series which was to run for 15 volumes.

3CD Set
Released October 1995
Cat No.: RDCD1111-3  RDC92781-3
RD Code: CLAS 008
Series Code 062
Compilation by M Moritz, Production by P Marchant




CD1    Sparkling Favourites

1 - Introduction And Rondo Capriccioso - Raymond Cohen, Violin, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by René Leibowitz - Saint - Saëns
2 - Piano Concerto No. 3 In C Minor – 3rd Movement (Rondo) - Dubravka Tomsic, Piano, with The Ljublja Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Anton Nanut - Beethoven
3 - Flute And Harp Concerto In C – 3rd Movement (Allegro) - Orchestra Der Ludwigsburger Festspiele conducted by Robert Dohn - Mozart
4 - Trumpet Concerto In E Flat – 3rd Movement - John Wilbrahim, Trumpet, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Douglas Gamley - Haydn
5 - Horn Concerto No. 4 In E Flat – 3rd Movement - Michael Thompson, Horn, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Mozart
6 - Clarinet Concerto No. 2 In E Flat – 3rd Movement (Alla Polacca) - Dieter Klöcker, Clarinet, with the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Tamayo - Weber
7 - Harp Concerto No. 2 In B Flat – 1st Movement - Skyla Kanga, Harp, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Handel
8 - Symphonie Espagnole In D Minor – 5th Movement (Rondo) - Hugh Bean, Violin, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Douglas Gamley - Lalo
9 - Concerto Symphonique No. 4 In D Minor – 3rd Movement (Scherzo) - Moura Lympany, Piano, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent - Litolff

CD2    Fireside Reflections

10 - Adagio For Strings - Morton Gould and his Orchestra - Barber
11 - Violin Concerto No. 1 In G Minor – 2nd Movement (Adagio) - Bohuslav Matousek, Violin, with the Prague Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Valek - Bruch
12 - Swan Of Tuonela - London Festival Orchestra conducted by Alexander Gibson - Sibelius
13 - Serenade For Strings In C – Elegie - Vienna Chamber Orchestra conducted by Philippe Entremont - Tchaikovsky
14 - Old Castle #from 'Pictures at an Exhibition' - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin - Mussorgsky, Orch. Ravel
15 - Concerto In G For Two Mandolins (Andante) - Michaela Ponti and Carlo Combert, Mandolins, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Massimo Freccia - Vivaldi
16 - Oboe Concerto In D Minor – 2nd Movement (Adagio) - Derek Wickens, Oboe, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Marcello
17 - Cello Concerto In C – 2nd Movement (Adagio) - Michel Renard, Cello, with the Orchestra De Chambre conducted by Paul Kuentz - Haydn
18 - Symphony No. 5 In C Sharp Minor – 4th Movement (Adagietto) - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Mahler

CD3    Romantic Souvenirs

19 - Romance No. 1 In G - Philippe Koch, Violin, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Beethoven
20 - Piano Concerto No. 20 In D Minor – 2nd Movement (Romanza) - Helene Gal, Piano, with the Mozart Festival Orchestra conducted by Istavan Cohen - Mozart
21 - Kol Nidrei - France Springuel, Cello, with I Fiamminghi conducted by Rudolf Werthen - Bruch, arr. Werthen
22 - Serenade For Strings In E – 2nd Movement (Tempo Di Valse) - Capella Istropolitana conducted by Jaroslav Krecek - Dvorák
23 - Clarinet Concerto In A – 2nd Movement - Walter Boeykens, Clarinet, with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Flanders conducted by Theodore Bloomfield - Mozart
24 - Valse Sentimentale - Sidney Sax, Violin, with the London Promenade Orchestra conducted by Eric Hammerstein - Tchaikovsky, arr. Sax
25 - Concierto De Aranjuez – 2nd Movement - Manuel Barrueco, Guitar, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt - Rodrigo
26 - Piano Concerto No. 2 In C Minor – 3rd Movement (Allegro Scherzando) - Earl Wild, Piano, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jascha Horenstein - Rachmaninov

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