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Elgar, Schumann, Medtner

In Tune's specially curated playlist, with youthful music from Elgar and Coates, and a song about young love by Clara Schumann. Also featuring a dance from the Gresley manuscript, a forgotten melody by Medtner, and choral music by Bairstow.

Produced by Andy King.

30 minutes

Music Played

  • Edward Elgar

    The Wand of Youth Suite No 1 (Overture)

    Orchestra: Orchestra of Welsh National Opera. Conductor: Charles Mackerras.
    • Argo.
  • Clara Schumann

    Horch! Welch ein süsses harmonisches Klingen

    Performer: Eugene Asti. Singer: Stefan Loges.
    • The Songs of Clara Schumann.
    • Hyperion.
    • 016.
  • Eric Coates

    The Three Elizabeths - suite; No 3: Youth of Britain (The Princess Elizabeth)

    Orchestra: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Reginald Kilbey.
    • Classics for Pleasure.
  • Anonymous

    Gresley Dances (excerpt)

    Ensemble: The Dufay Collective.
    • AVIE.
  • Nikolai Karlovich Medtner

    Primavera (Forgotten Melodies, Op 39)

    Performer: Marc-André Hamelin.
    • Hyperion.
  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

    Concerto in G, Wq 169, H445 (3rd mvt, Presto)

    Performer: Emmanuel Pahud. Performer: Trevor Pinnock. Orchestra: Kammerakademie Potsdam.
    • Warner Classics.
  • Edward Bairstow

    Jesu, the very thought of thee

    Choir: Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge. Director: David Hill.
    • E. Bairstow: Choral music: Choir of St John's/Britten Sinfonia/Hill.
    • Hyperion.
    • 1.
  • Sergei Prokofiev

    The People's Dance (Romeo and Juliet)

    Conductor: Valery Gergiev. Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra.
    • Prokofiev, Romeo and Juliet: Valery Gergiev, LSO.
    • LSO Live.
    • 22.


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