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Performer: BBC Concert Orchestra
Performer: Vernon Handley (conductor)
English Suite No IV in F major BWV 809 - Prelude
Performer: Murray Perahia (piano)
Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture
Performer: Concertgebouw Orchestra
Performer: Bernard Haitink (conductor)
La Traviata - Act 1 no.3; Libiamo, libiamo ne' lieti calici...
Performer: Rollando Villazon (tenor)
Performer: Anna Netrebko (soprano)
Performer: Vienna Philharmonic
Performer: Carlo Rizzi (conductor)
Nocturne Opus 9 No 3 in B major (Allegretto)
Performer: Nelson Friere (piano)
The Kingdom - prelude
Performer: Halle Orchestra
Performer: Sir Mark Elder (conductor)
Performer: Cambridge Singers
Performer: John Rutter
Sevilla, arranged Heifetz
Performer: Itzhak Perlman (violin)
Performer: Samuel Sanders (piano)
Welcome the Queen [who's at Epsom Derby today!]
Performer: Philharmonia Orchestra
Performer: Sir Arthur Bliss (conductor)
Rusalka Act 1; O silver moon...
Performer: Renee Fleming (soprano)
Performer: London Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Georg Solti (conductor)
Coriolan - overture (Op.62)
Performer: London Classical Players
Performer: Roger Norrington
Prelude from Cello Suite No 1 in G major BWV 1007
Performer: Andrés Segovia (guitar)
'En Bateau' from Petite Suite
Performer: James Galway (flute)
Performer: Christopher O’Riley (piano)
Performer: Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Adrian Leaper (conductor)
Performer: Holst Singers
Performer: Stephen Layton (conductor)
Short Ride in a Fast Machine
Performer: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Marin Alsop (conductor)
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