Petroc Trelawny presents Breakfast on Radio 3 including piano music from Beethoven and Rachmaninov and some dances from Borodin and Stravinsky.
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Concerto for strings RV 156 in G minor
Performer: Collegium Musicum 90
Performer: Simon Standage (conductor)
Tomás Luis de Victoria - Eram quasi agnus
Performer: Cambridge Singers
Performer: John Rutter (conductor)
Béla Bartók - Two Pictures for Orchestra Op10: In Full Flower
Performer: Philadelphia Orchestra
Performer: Eugene Ormandy (conductor)
Rondo a capriccio Op 129
Performer: Evgeny Kissin (piano)
Organ Concerto No. 5 in F major WHV 293
Performer: Ottavio Dantone (organ/direction)
Performer: Accademia Bizantina
Performer: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Genoveva Overture Op 81
Performer: Gewandhaus Orchestra
Performer: Riccardo Chailly (conductor)
La Plus que lente
Performer: John Leach (cimbalom)
Performer: Orchetre National de L’ORTF
Performer: Jean Martinon (conductor)
In Coelestibus Regnis
Performer: King’s Consort
Performer: Robert King (director)
Prelude Op 32 No. 12 in G sharp minor
Performer: Eldar Nebolsin (piano)
Concert en sextour No. 4
Performer: Les Talens Lyriques
Performer: Christophe Rousset (director)
Johann Strauss II - Annen-Polka Op 117
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic
Performer: Herbert von Karajan (conductor)
Trio Hob 15:24 in D major
Performer: Beaux Arts Trio
Dance of the Polovtsian maidens from Prince Igor
Performer: Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Neeme Järvi (conductor)
Performer: Stephen Layton (director)
Performer: English Northern Philharmonia
Performer: Paul Daniel (conductor)
Madrigal for violin and viola
Performer: Philip Setzer (violin); Lawrence Dutton (viola)
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