Martin Handley presents Breakfast. Great pieces, great performances - and a few surprises!
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Prince Igor: Polovtsian March
Performer: Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Fritz Reiner
Piccola Offerta Musicale for wind quintet
Performer: Ex Novo Ensemble
Performer: Andras Schiff (piano)
Concerto Grosso No.3
Performer: Andrew Manze (violin), Roy Goodman (violin), European Community Baroque Orchestra/Roy Goodman
Danse baroque from Suite for Orchestra No.2 in C major Op.53
Performer: Stuttgart Radio Symphony Oerchestra/Sir Neville Marriner
Sarabande: The Kings Farewell
Performer: Nicolas Hodges (piano)
Drinking Song and Scene from Coppélia
Performer: Lyon Opera Orchestra/Kent Nagano
Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic/Herbert von Karajan
Raga Patdeep/Gat Sitarkhani Taal
Performer: Ravi Shankar
Dance of the Young Moorish Slaves from Aida
Performer: The Met Orchestra/James Levine
Performer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Libor Pešek
Rondo concertante in B flat K269
Performer: Scottish Chamber Orchestra/Alexander Janiczek
Etudes Tableaux Op 39 No.8 – Allegro moderato
Performer: Alexander Romanovsky (piano)
Hugo Wolf - Italian Serenade
Performer: Hagen Quartet
Slow boat to China
Performer: Barney Kessel (guitar); Bob Cooper (tenor saxophone); Claude Williamson (piano); Monty Budwig (bass); Shelley Manne (drums)
Ground in C minor Z T681
Performer: Thurston Dart (clavichord)
Four Studies in English Folk-song
Orchestrator: Robert Stanton
Performer: Laurence Perkins (bassoon), New London Orchestra/Ronald Corp
Academic Festival Overture Op.80
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic/Claudio Abbado
Cypresses B152 No.2
Performer: Emerson Quartet
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