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Music With 'The Tingle Factor'

The ultimate list of music to make you tingle. Curated by presenter Andrew McGregor, Professor Lauren Stewart and composer Neil Brand as part of Radio 3’s partnership with the Wellcome Collection. Radio 3’s partnership with the Wellcome Collection.

Last updated: 22 Sep 2015Tracks: 31

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Pianist and composer Neil Brand

  • Sunday (from Sunday in the Park With George) Stephen Sondheim
  • Rebecca - Suite Franz Waxman
  • The Railway Children Johnny Douglas

Radio 3 Presenter Andrew McGregor

  • Adagio from Symphony no 10 Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Gustav Mahler & Susanna Mälkki
  • The Three Ravens Trad, Andreas Martin & Andreas Scholl
  • Actus Tragicus' Cantata - Sonata Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Strange Fruit Billie Holiday
  • San Diego Serenade Tom Waits
  • Cavaleiro Monge Mariza
  • Mein schöner Stern! (from Minnespiel) Robert Schumann
  • Scherza infida (from Ariodante) George Frideric Handel
  • Violin Concerto - 'To the Memory of an Angel' Alban Berg
  • Intermezzo (Quartet No.2 in A minor, Op.13) Felix Mendelssohn & Artemis Quartet
  • Duo Seraphim (from Vespers 1610) Claudio Monteverdi

Psychologist, Professor Lauren Stewart

  • Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime Beck
  • Pictures at an Exhibition Modest Mussorgsky & Nikolai Demidenko
  • Viva La Vida Coldplay
  • Still Learning Arne Jansen Trio

Music chosen by the Radio 3 Listeners

  • Piano Quartet No 2 in G minor (3rd mvt) Gabriel Fauré, Kathy Scott & Hermitage String Trio
  • 6 Pieces for piano (Op.118), no.2; Intermezzo in A major Johannes Brahms & Hélène Grimaud
  • Suite gothique in C minor, Op 25 (Toccata) Guy Morancon & Léon Boëllmann
  • Eternal source of light divine (Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne) George Frideric Handel, Alison Balsom, Iestyn Davies, The English Concert & Trevor Pinnock
  • 4 Letzte Lieder for voice and orchestra (AV.150), September Richard Strauss, Kiri Te Kanawa, Wiener Philharmoniker & Sir Georg Solti