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Wagner (35)

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Bruch (5)

Byrd (5)

Dohnányi (5)

Gluck (5)

Gorecki (5)

Victor Herbert (5)

Hindemith (5)

Lutoslawski (5)

Pergolesi (5)

Johann Strauss (5)

Suk (5)

Various (5)

Weber (5)

Bartok (6)

Bizet (6)

Fauré (6)

Reynaldo Hahn (6)

Mussorgsky (6)

Poulenc (6)

Pärt (6)

Rossini (6)

Bellini (7)

Monteverdi (7)

Offenbach (7)

Pfitzner (7)

Schoenberg (7)

Stanford (7)

Grieg (8)

Saint-Saëns (8)

Smetana (8)

Korngold (9)

Vivaldi (9)

Barber (10)

Debussy (10)

Janacek (10)

Nielsen (10)

* Results may be skewed by the fact that musical items are listed individually in the database (e.g. individual Schubert songs).

† Composers with 5 to 10 entries are shown here. Several others have been chosen fewer times, including a long list with only one entry. Rather than include those once-onlys here, you can use this link to view/download a PDF which shows them.



Recent Presentations

16th November 2019 : Peadar

Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor op. 18

Hélène Grimaud, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jesús Lopez-Cobos

CD release from 2010

9th November 2019 : Ken

Ethel Mary Smyth: Mass in D major: Sanctus, Benedictus, Gloria

Susanna Hurrell (soprano), Catriona Morison (mezzo-soprano), Den John son (tenor, Duncan Rock (baritone), BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Sakari Oramo

26th October 2019 : Séamus

Paganini: Violin Concerto no. 1 in D op. 6

Itzhak Perlman, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Foster

1971 recording

19th October 2019 : Éamon

Prokofiev: Violin Concerto no. 2 in G minor op. 63

David Oistrakh, Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera

Recorded in May 1958

12th October 2019 : October Concert 2019 (Theme: Beethoven Old and New)

Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D major op. 61 (1806)

Arthur Grumiaux, New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera

Jim's (first-half) contribution to Concert programme. 1966 Philips recording. Actual date and recording venue unknown.

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor op. 125 ('Choral', 1822-24)

Camilla Nylund (soprano), Gerhild Romberger (alto), Klaus Florian Vogt (tenor), Georg Zeppenfeld (bass), Wiener Singverein, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons

Tom F's (2nd-half) contribution to Concert programme. Recorded in Vienna in the Musikverein, Großer Saal, on 8–13 May 2018. Part of a new set of the complete Beethoven symphonies released by DG in October 2019 to mark the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Beethoven in 2020.

5th October 2019 : Roy

Richard Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder

Jessye Norman (soprano), Gewandhausorchester Leipzig conducted by Kurt Mazur

Recorded in June 1982. Presented as a tribute to Jessye Norman, who died on 30th September

28th September 2019 : Séamus

Beethoven: Symphony no. 1 in C major op. 21

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan

First outing for the 1st Symphony as a presentation. 1971 video recording transferred to DVD.

Beethoven: 'Fidelio': 'O welche Lust!' (Prisoners' Chorus from Act I of opera).

Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer

The classic recording from 1961.

21st September 2019 : Ken

Clara Schumann: 3 Romances for Violin and Piano op. 22

Elena Urioste (violin), Isaka Kanneh-Mason (piano)

Clara Schumann: Piano Sonata in G minor

Isaka Kanneh-Mason

Clara Schumann was born 200 years ago on 13th September

14th September 2019 : Tom F

Bruckner: Symphony no. 9 in D minor (Nowak edition): III. Adagio. Sehr langsam, feierlich

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Manfred Honeck

Live recording 23-25 February 2018 in the Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts, Pittsburgh

31st August 2019 : Éamon

Debussy: Nocturnes

Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini

1962 recording, reissued in the Great Recordings of the Century series.




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A total of 328 composers have featured on the Presentations list