Main content

Sarah Walker with Avison, Beach and Ladmirault

Sarah Walker’s Sunday morning selection includes work from the 18th century Newcastle-based composer Charles Avison. There’s also orchestral music from Malcolm Arnold,and chamber works from Mozart and Amy Beach. The Sunday Escape features music by Paul Ladmirault.

21 days left to listen

2 hours, 58 minutes

Music Played

  • Malcolm Arnold

    English Dances Op. 33 no. 3

    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra. Conductor: Bryden Thomson.
    • Chandos.
  • Maurice Ravel

    Rhapsodie Espagnol

    Performer: Katia Labèque. Performer: Marielle Labèque.
    • KML.
  • Charles Avison

    Concerto Grosso no. 1 in A major

    Ensemble: Avison Ensemble.
    • Divine Art.
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

    Sicut Lilium Inter Spinas I

    Choir: Tallis Scholars. Conductor: Peter Phillips.
    • Gimmell.
  • Francis Poulenc

    Chansons Gaillarde

    Performer: Charles Bouisset. Singer: Pierre-Yves Hodique.
    • Timpani.
  • Claude Debussy

    Trois Nocturnes: ii) Fetes

    Orchestra: Les Siècles. Conductor: François‐Xavier Roth.
    • Harmonia Mundi.
  • Trad.

    She Moved Through The Fair

    Performer: Anne Dudley. Performer: Eddie Hession. Performer: Roger Dudley. Performer: Andy Pask. Performer: Paul Dunne. Performer: Skaila Kanga. Performer: Paul Clarvis. Singer: Eleanor Tomlinson.
    • Sony Masterworks.
  • Malcolm Arnold

    4 Cornish Dances

    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra. Conductor: Bryden Thomson.
    • Chandos.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Adagio and Rondo in C minor, K. 617

    Ensemble: Nash Ensemble.
    • Erato.
  • Franz Schubert

    Grande Marche

    Performer: Marc-André Hamelin.
    • Hyperion.
  • Nino Rota

    Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano: iii Allegrissomo

    Ensemble: Nino Rota Ensemble.
    • Chandos.
  • Virgil Thomson

    Soil Erosion and Floods, Finale

    Orchestra: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Neville Marriner.
    • EMI Angel.
  • Edward Elgar

    Salut D'Amour

    Performer: Kyung-wha Chung. Performer: Phillip Moll.
    • Decca.
  • Richard Rodgers

    Spring is Here

    Singer: Ella Fitzgerald. Orchestra: Buddy Bregman Orchestra.
    • Verve.
  • Paul Ladmirault

    En foret, poeme symphonique: L'aurore

    Orchestra: Orchestre symphonique de Bretagne. Conductor: Stefan Sanderling.
    • Arion.
  • Amy Beach

    Pastorale Op. 151

    Ensemble: Blásarakvintett Reykjavíkur.
    • Chandos.
  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Concerto in F major for flute and strings, Op. 10/1 RV 433 'La Tempesta di mare'

    Performer: Lisa Beznosiuk. Ensemble: The English Concert. Director: Trevor Pinnock.
    • Archiv.
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi

    Se l'aura spira

    Performer: Jakob Lindberg. Performer: Anders Ericson. Singer: Anne Sofie von Otter.
    • Archiv.
  • Henry Purcell

    An Evening Hymn, Z.193

    Performer: Jakob Lindberg. Performer: Jory Vinikour. Singer: Anne Sofie von Otter.
    • Archiv.
  • Moondog

    Double Bass Duo

    Performer: Kuljit Bhamra. Singer: Neville Malcolm.
    • Warner Classics and Jazz.
  • Trad.

    Devil In The Kitchen

    Performer: Jackie Shave. Performer: Kuljit Bhamra.
    • Keda.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Prelude in G Major

    Performer: Víkingur Ólafsson.
    • DG.
  • Josef Suk

    Asrael Symphony in C minor Op.27: iv) Adagio

    Orchestra: Czech Philharmonic. Conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek.
    • Decca.
  • Emmanuel Chabrier

    Joyeuse Marche

    Orchestra: Vienna Philharmonic. Conductor: Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
    • DG.

Broadcast

Folk on Sunday Morning – Sarah Walker introduces five outstanding tracks

Folk on Sunday Morning – Sarah Walker introduces five outstanding tracks

In Folk, Sarah Walker finds distinctive voices and a bridge twixt tradition and modernity

Ten reasons to love nostalgic music

Ten reasons to love nostalgic music

Sarah Walker introduces her light music choices – a weekly treat on Sunday Morning.

Ten Steps in to Jazz

Ten Steps in to Jazz

Sarah Walker invites you on the personal jazz journey she shares in Sunday Morning on R3.