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Sarah Walker with Zemlinsky, Strauss and Vaughan Williams

Sarah Walker’s Sunday morning selection includes works from Alexander Zemlinsky and Alma Schindler. There’s also orchestral music from Haydn Wood, and chamber works from Richard Strauss and C.P.E. Bach. The Sunday Escape features music by Vaughan Williams.

2 hours, 58 minutes

Music Played

  • Anon.


    Ensemble: London Recorder Quartet.
    • Douce Dame Jolie.
    • Supraphon.
    • 1.
  • Richard Strauss

    Romance in F

    Performer: Norbert Anger. Performer: Michael Schöch.
    • OEHMS Classical.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Piano Concerto no. 1 in F K. 37

    Performer: Murray Perahia. Orchestra: English Chamber Orchestra.
    • Sony Classical.
  • Thomas Stoltzer

    Psalmus Quarti Toni Beatus Vir

    Choir: amarcord.
    • Raumklang.
  • Massimiliano Neri

    Sonata V, à4 (Violin, Cornet, Viola, Dulzian)

    Ensemble: Musica Fiato. Conductor: Roland Wilson.
    • Deutsche Harmonia Mundi.
  • Felix Mendelssohn

    Concerto for Two Pianos in A Flat MWV06, Movt. 3

    Performer: Love Derwinger. Performer: Roland Pöntinen. Orchestra: Amsterdam Sinfonietta. Conductor: Lev Markiz.
    • BIS.
  • Haydn Wood

    London Cameos: ii. St James's Park in Spring (intermezzo)

    Orchestra: Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu. Conductor: Adrian Leaper.
    • NAXOS.
  • Alexander von Zemlinsky

    Die Seejungfrau: iii. Sehr gedehnt, mit schmerzvollem Ausdruck

    Orchestra: Czech Philharmonic. Conductor: Antony Beaumont.
    • CHANDOS.
  • Alma Mahler

    5 Lieder: no. 3. Laue Sommernacht

    Performer: Craig Rutenberg. Singer: Suzanne Mentzer.
    • Koch.
  • Anton Bruckner

    Christus Factus Est

    Choir: Choir of Clare College, Cambridge. Conductor: Graham Ross.
    • Harmonia Mundi.
  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

    Trio Sonata in C Wq. 147

    Ensemble: Infusion Baroque.
    • Leaf.
  • Gerald Finzi

    Let Us Garlands Bring, Op. 18

    Performer: Sir Antonio Pappano. Singer: Ian Bostridge.
    • Warner.
  • Steve Martland

    One Note Fantasy

    Ensemble: Onyx Brass.
    • Meridian.
  • George Gershwin

    It Ain't Necessarily So

    Singer: Tina May. Singer: Wayne Batchelor.
    • 33 Records.
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams

    Symphony no. 5 in D: i. Preludio

    Orchestra: Halle. Conductor: Sir Mark Elder.
    • HALLE.
  • Thomas Tallis

    Tunes for Archbishop Parker's Psalter: Why fum'th in fight

    Choir: The Sixteen. Conductor: Harry Christophers.
    • CORO.
  • Thomas Tallis

    Salvator Mundi

    Choir: The Sixteen. Conductor: Harry Christophers.
    • CORO.
  • Camille Saint‐Saëns

    Cello Concerto no. 2 in D minor Op.119

    Performer: Truls Mørk. Orchestra: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Neeme Järvi.
    • CHANDOS.
  • George Gershwin

    Lullaby for String Quartet

    Ensemble: Schumann Quartett.
    • Berlin Classics.
  • Peggy Glanville-Hicks

    Etruscan Concerto, Movt. 3: Scherzo

    Performer: Caroline Almonte. Orchestra: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Richard Mills.
    • ABC.
  • Béla Bartók

    Romanian Folk Dances arr Szekely (Romanian Polka)

    Performer: Daniel Hope. Performer: Sebastian Knauer.
    • Ravel/Falla/Schnittke/Bartok/Shankar: East meets West: Daniel Hope.
    • Warner Classics.
    • 14.


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