Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - 1844-1908 40. Some people honestly know way more than others in terms of music or have a much better ear. I'll update this when I can check my music collection. Allegro 16 Mozart - Flute and Harp Concerto, K. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - 1714-1788 66.
Vespro della Beata Vergine Vespers of 1610 - Claudio Monteverdi 119. Hildegard of Bingen Germany, 1098-1179 O Jerusalem aurea civitatis c. If your additional discount is eligible, we will display it in the summary of the payment. Brahms: Check out Piano Concertos 1 and 2, and his ballades. Camille Saint-Saëns - 1835-1921 38. Giacomo Puccini - 1858-1924 33.
Roland de Lassus - 1532-1594 63. Till Eulenspiegel - Richard Strauss 50. The Nutcracker - Peter Ilitch Tchaikovsky 27. Tomás Luis de Victoria - 1549-1611 95. Orlando Gibbons - 1583-1625 92.
Mathis der Maler - Paul Hindemith 178. Domenico Scarlatti - 1685-1757 60. Rachmanionff: Of course, Concertos 2 and 3. Check out the following, preferrably performed by someone above: Bach: Bach-Busoni Chaconne in D Minor I love performing this piece, possibly above all else , all of the Well Tempered Clavier some really deep stuff , various partitas and french suites. Gioacchino Rossini - 1792-1868 35. I have the whole set Ashkenazy and they are superb. Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis - Ralph Vaughan Williams 139.
Erik Satie - 1866-1925 54. Symphony of Psalms - Igor Stravinsky 175. Recording: Cappuccilli, Vienna Philharmonic; Giulini. For the preludes, I like Ashkenazy. Appalachian Spring - Aaron Copland 83. Rules there aren't many 1.
There are details about wget in the sidebar. All text is copyright of ©DigitalDreamDoor. Thomas Tallis - 1505-1585 68. Hildegard von Bingen - 1098-1179 98. Johann Sebastian Bach - 1685-1750 4. Trois Gymnopédies - Erik Satie 199. Sleeping Beauty - Peter Ilitch Tchaikovsky 98.
And as is common with collections like this, there's no normalization between tracks, some are loud some are soft, different recording techniques, orchestras, venues, and eras. Our provides you a glimpse of our previous executions and offers innumerable choices. Thomas Tallis - 1505-1585 68. Dmitri Shostakovich - 1906-1975 23. The Goldberg Variations - Johann Sebastian Bach 32.
Most, if not all, are also available for digital downloading. For each composer, I have included every piece of music on three or more of the original 15+ source lists, organized in chronological order. He has some amazing piano and violin sonatas as well. It's more about the actual performance as opposed to the label, but certain labels like Telarc are generally better than others. Guillaume Dufay - 1400-1474 87.
Franz Liszt - 1811-1886 16. Requiem - Gabriel Fauré 57. Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor - Johann Sebastian Bach 111. Verklärte Nacht - Arnold Schoenberg 196. Yet, acknowledging that evaluation of art is completely subjective, it is understandable that few will not agree completely with the contents of the list. Dietrich Buxtehude - 1637-1707 85. Carmen - Georges Bizet 88.