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15/09/2013

James Jolly presents music by less famous members of great composers' families, including Imogen Holst, Fanny Mendelssohn and Michael Haydn. Plus a Telemann cantata.

There's great music to be heard by less famous members of great composers' families. Today James Jolly turns the spotlight onto the works of Imogen Holst, Fanny Mendelssohn and Michael Haydn among others.

He also presents the week's Telemann cantata: Ach Herr, lehr uns bedenken doch, sung by Klaus Mertens.

2 hours, 57 minutes

Last on

Sun 15 Sep 2013 09:00

Music Played

  • Arvo Pärt

    Fratres (for 12 cellos)

    Ensemble: Die 12 Cellisten der Berliner Philharmoniker.
    • Tabula Rasa.
    • ECM New Series.
    • Track 3.
  • Alma Mahler-Werfel

    Hymne

    Singer: Charlotte Margiono. Conductor: Julian Reynolds. Orchestra: Brabants Orkest.
    • Alma Mahler: The Songs.
    • Globe.
    • Track 10.
  • Percy Fletcher

    Festival Toccata

    Performer: Ronald Frost.
    • St. Ann's Manchester: Music for Organ: Volume 7: Ronald Frost.
    • Dunelm.
    • Track 7.
  • Lloyd Webber, William

    Nocturne for cello and piano

    Performer: Julian Lloyd Webber. Performer: John Lill.
    • Music of William Lloyd Webber.
    • ASV.
    • Track 4.
  • William Walton

    The Battle of Britain – Spitfire Music and Battle in the Air; March Introduction and Siegfried

    Performers: Academy of St Martin In The Fields, Sir Neville Marriner (conductor)

    • Chandos.
    • CHAN 8870.
    • 17 & 18.
  • Julian Lloyd Webber

    Nocturne for cello and piano

    Performers: Julian Lloyd Webber (cello) John Lill (piano)

    • ASV.
    • CD DCA 961.
    • Track 4.
  • Georg Philipp Telemann

    Georg Philipp Telemann - Ach Herr, lehr uns bedenken whol

    Performers: Klaus Mertens (bass-bar) Accademia Daniel, Shalev Ad-El (conductor)

  • Antonín Dvořák

    Antonin Dvorak - Te Deum

    Performers: Gabriela Benackova-Capova, Jaroslav Soucek, Prague Philharmonic Chorus; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Vacláv Neumann (conductor)

  • Fanny Mendelssohn

    Fanny Mendelssohn - String Quartet in E flat

    Performers: Quatuor Ebène

  • Alma Mahler

    Hymne

    Performers: Charlotte Margiono (sop) The Brabant Orchestra, Julian Reynolds (conductor)

    • Globe.
    • GLO 5199.
    • Track 10.
  • Imogen Holst

    Imogen Holst - Mass in A minor

    Performers: Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Graham Ross (conductor)

  • Clara Schumann

    Clara Schumann - Drei Romanzen, Op 22

    Performers: Joseph Silverstein (vn) Veronika Jochum (pf)

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Le nozze di Figaro – Overture

    Performers: English Baroque Soloists, Sir John Eliot Gardiner (conductor)

  • Percy Fletcher

    Festival Toccata

    Performers: Ronald Frost (organ)

    • Dunelm.
    • DRD 0260.
    • Track 7.
  • Arvo Pärt

    Fratres (for 12 cellos)

    Performers: Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker

    • ECM.
    • 817 764 2.
    • Track 3.
  • Gustav Mahler

    Der Einsame im Herbst (from Das Lied von der Erde)

    Performers: Thomas Hampson (baritone), Wolfram Rieger (piano)

    • EMI.
    • 556 443 2.
    • 11.
  • Joseph Haydn

    Joseph Haydn - Symphony No 96, 'Miracle'

    Performers: Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell (conductor)

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