Mixed Up Class Playlist, October 23, 2000

The birthday of Nicolò Paganini (27 October 1782) is commemorated in the third hour of this program. (The astute will note that Paganini's first name has been spelled in a variety of ways by seemingly reputable sources, so I have not enforced one spelling in favor of another).

Fanfare I (CD: Praise the Lord) (Gerre Hancock, organ) Bedrich Smetana: Piano trio in G minor, op. 15 (CD: Mendelssohn / (Beaux Arts Trio ) Smetana: Piano Trios) J. S. Bach: Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582 (arr. (CD: Passacaglia BWV582 Reger) (Five Versions)) (Oliver Kolb, Ernst Breidenbach, piano (four hands)) Joseph-Ermend Bonnal: Reflets solaires (CD: Bonnal: (Jean-Pierre LeCaudey, organ) Works for Organ)
Alexander Grechaninov: Slava vo vishnikh Bogu (CD: Ancient Echoes) (Glory be to God in heaven) (Chorovaya Akademia; Alexander Sedov) William Mathias: Festival Te Deum in C major (CD: Creator Spirit) (Choir of Guildford Cathedral) Ned Rorem: Three motets on poems of Gerard Manley (CD: Praise the Lord) Hopkins (St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys; Gerre Hancock) Benjamin Britten: Psalm 150 (CD: Sing We (Choirs of St. John's Cathedral, Hallelujah) Denver; Donald Pearson) Julius Fucik (arr. Barsotti): Florentiner march (CD: Brassed Off! (Grimethorpe Colliery Original Soundtrack Band; John Anderson) Recording) Fred E. Weatherly (arr. Grainger): Danny boy (CD: Brassed Off! (Grimethorpe Colliery Original Soundtrack Band; John Anderson) Recording) Monk & Alexander (arr. D. Rimmer): All things bright (CD: Brassed Off! and beautiful Original Soundtrack (Grimethorpe Colliery Recording) Band; John Anderson) Gioacchino Rossini: William Tell overture (arr. G. J. (CD: Brassed Off! Grant) Original Soundtrack (Grimethorpe Colliery Recording) Band; John Anderson) Folksongs (CD: Early One Morning) Loch Lomond (arr. Vaughan Williams) My Love is like a red, red rose (arr. John Cameron) O no John! (arr. Louis Halsey) Early one morning (Choir of New College, Oxford; Edward Higginbottom) Henry Purcell: Be welcome then, great Sir (CD: The King's Consort (James Bowman, counter-tenor; Baroque Collection) The King's Consort; Robert King)
G. F. Handel: La Réjouissance (from Water Music) (CD: The King's Consort (The King's Consort; Robert King) Baroque Collection) Nicolò Paganini: The witches, op. 8 (CD: Instrument (Rachel Barton, violin; of the Devil) Patrick Sinozich, piano) Nicolò Paganini: Grand sonata (CD: Paganini for Two: Romance Works for Violin and (Gil Shaham, violin; Guitar) Göran Söllscher, guitar) Niccolò Paganini: Concerto for violin and orchestra no. (CD: Paganini: Violin 1 in D major, op. 6 Concertos No. 1 & 4) III. Rondo: Allegro spirituoso (Zino Francescatti, violin; The Philadelphia Orchesta; Eugene Ormandy) Nicolò Paganini: Caprice no. 24 (CD: Paganini: (Eliot Fisk, guitar (transcribed)) 24 Caprices) Sergei Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (CD: Rachmaninoff (Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano; Plays Rachmaninoff) The Philadelphia Orchesttra; Leopold Stokowski) Fanfare II (CD: Praise the Lord) (Gerre Hancock, organ)
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