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'Mazurka' from 3 Characteristic Pieces Opus 10
Performer: Northern Sinfonia Orchestra
Performer: Sir Neville Marriner (conductor)
'Les jeux d'eaux a la Villa d'Este' fromTroisieme Annee de Pelerinage
Performer: Leslie Howard (piano)
Symphony no. 95 (H.1.95) in C minor
Performer: Concertgebouw Orchestra
Performer: Colin Davis (conductor)
Laudate Dominum (primo) a 5
Performer: Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Performer: Nigel Rogers (tenor)
Performer: David Thomas (bass)
Performer: Taverner Consort and Players
Bagatelle (fur Elise) for piano (WoO.59) in A minor
Performer: Alfred Brendel (piano)
'Ballade' from the Karelia Suite Opus 11
Performer: Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Leif Segerstam (conductor)
Performer: Jennifer Pike (violin)
Performer: Martin Roscoe (piano)
The Land of the Mountain and the Flood - overture (Op.3)
Performer: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Martyn Brabbins (conductor)
If Music be the Food of Love [setting of Twelth Night Act 1 Scene 1]
Performer: Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
Performer: Graham Johnson (piano)
Serenade for Strings in C, Opus 48 – first movement
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Semyon Bychkov (conductor)
Nocturne in G Major Opus 37 No 2
Performer: Nelson Friere (piano)
'Rest in the Lord' from Elijah
Performer: Kathleen Ferrier (alto)
Performer: The Boyd Neel Orchestra
Performer: Boyd Neel (conductor)
Der Freischutz - opera in 3 acts (J.277), Overture
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic
Performer: Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor)
Sonata in D Major K29
Performer: Alexandre Tharaud (piano)
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