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Overture to Beatrice and Benedict
Performer: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Sir Andrew Davis (conductor)
Prelude and Fugue no.1 in C major, BWV.846 (Well-Tempered Klavier, Bk.1)
Performer: Richard Egarr (harpsichord)
Introduction (Embolada) - Bachianas Brasileiras no.1
Performer: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Enrique Batiz (conductor)
Performer: Teresa Berganza (mezzo-soprano)
Performer: Juan Antonio Alvarez Parejo (piano)
Fantasia-suite no.2 in G
Performer: London Baroque
There's a Man Goin' Round
Performer: Barbara Hendricks (soprano)
Performer: Moses Hogan Singers
Scherzo from Symphony no.2 in C major, Op.61
Performer: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Leonard Bernstein (conductor)
Moment musical in E flat minor, Op.16 no.2
Performer: Sergei Rachmaninov (piano)
Performer: Maria Agresta (soprano)
Performer: Strings of the Academy of Santa Cecilia, Rome
Performer: Sir Antonio Pappano (conductor)
Par les rues et par les chemins (In the streets and by-ways) from Images
Performer: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Simon Rattle (conductor)
Adagio from Piano Concerto no.5 in E flat major, Op.73 "Emperor
Performer: Paul Lewis (piano)
Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Jiri Belohlavek (conductor)
Performer: The Early Music Consort of London
Performer: David Munrow (director)
Performer: Alban Berg Quartet
Waltzes in E major, E minor and A minor, Op.post 70, nos. 12, 15, 11
Performer: Alice Sara Ott (piano)
I Got Rhythm
Arranger: William David Brohn
Performer: Joshua Bell (violin)
Performer: London Symphony Orhcestra
Performer: John Williams (conductor)
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