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Waltz No. 14 in E minor Op. posth - Vivace
Performer: Stephen Kovacevich (piano)
St Paul's Suite op.29`2 (Complete)
Performer: The St Paul Chamber Orchestra
Performer: Conducted by Christopher Hogwood
Concerto in E Flat Major for Trumpet and Orchestra: III. Finale
Performer: Alison Balsom (trumpet)
Performer: The German Chamber Philharmonic of Bremen
Tristan – prelude to Act III
Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Conducted by Donald Runnicles
Appalachian Spring - from subito allegro to end
Performer: Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Conducted by Zubin Mehta
Make We Joy
Performer: BBC Singers
Performer: Directed by Stephen Cleobury
My Beloved is Mine
Performer: Ian Bostridge (tenor)
Performer: Julius Drake (piano)
III. Alla Turca (Allegretto) from Sonata No. 10 K331 for piano
Performer: Mitsuko Uchida (piano)
Concerto for Tuba and Brass Band: first movement
Performer: John Fletcher (Tuba)
Performer: Besses O’Th’Barn Band
Performer: Conducted by Roy Newsome
Eine Romantische Suite, Op. 125 II. Scherzo
Performer: Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Conducted by Gerd Albrecht
Kyrie from Requiem
Performer: Choirs of Washington National Cathedral
Performer: Directed by Michael McCarthy
Concerto for Piano & Orchestra No. 2 III: Presto
Performer: Stephen Hough (piano)
Performer: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Conducted by Sakari Oramo
Symphony 3 "Elevation" – I. Langsam
Performer: Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring from Cantata BWV 147
Performer: Leon Fleisher (piano)
Cheek To Cheek
Performer: Ella Fitzgerald
Performer: Louis Armstrong
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