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Beethoven (65)

Schubert (63)

J.S. Bach (55)

Mozart (55)

Mahler (45)

Richard Strauss (42)

Schumann (37)

Verdi (37)

Wagner (35)

Brahms (33)

Loserboard *†

Bruch (5)

Fauré (5)

Gluck (5)

Victor Herbert (5)

Hindemith (5)

Lutoslawski (5)

Rossini (5)

Johann Strauss (5)

Suk (5)

Bizet (6)

Reynaldo Hahn (6)

Mussorgsky (6)

Poulenc (6)

Pärt (6)

Bellini (7)

Grieg (7)

Monteverdi (7)

Offenbach (7)

Pfitzner (7)

Saint-Saëns (7)

Schoenberg (7)

Stanford (7)

Debussy (8)

Smetana (8)

Vivaldi (8)

Bernstein (9)

Janacek (9)

Korngold (9)

Barber (10)

Copland (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

21st April 2018 : Roy

Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor op. 115

Keith Puddy, Delmé String Quartet

14th April 2018 : April Concert (Theme: Metamorphoses)

Richard Strauss: Metamorphosen (1945)

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan

David W's first item in first half of Concert programme

Weber: Turandot: Overture and Marches (1809)

Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Georgiadis

David W's second item in first half of Concert programme

Dittersdorf: Sinfonias on Ovid's Metamorphoses (1785) – No. 5 (Transformation of the Lycian Peasants into Frogs)

Failoni Orchestra conducted by Hanspeter Gmür

David W's third item in first half of Concert programme

Ives: Orchestral Set No. 2 (1929)

Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Christoph von Dohnanyi

Dermot's first item in second half of Concert programme

Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber (1943)

London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado

Dermot's second item in second half of Concert programme

7th April 2018 : Éamon

Debussy: Images pour orchestre

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle

Marking the Centenary of Debussy's death (25th March)

31st March 2018 : Ken

Haydn: The Creation – Most of Part I

Gundula Janowitz, Fritz Wunderlich, Walter Berry, Vienna Singverein, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan

24th March 2018 : Peadar (Theme: Celebrating Rachmaninov)

Rachmaninov: Cello Sonata in G minor op. 19

Truls Mørk (cello), Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)

Rachmaninov died 75 years ago on 28th March

10th March 2018 : Séamus

(Various composers featured): John McCormack – The People's Tenor

A video biography on DVD of the great Irish tenor with contributions from Gordon Ledbetter, author of 'The Great Irish Tenor', other biographers, singers and musicologists (including Éamon's Albert). Featuring recorded performances and general background material.

17th February 2018 : Jim (Theme: 80th Birthday Tribute)

John Corigliano: Fantasia on an Ostinato (1985)

Emanuel Ax (piano)

John Corigliano: To Music (1994)

Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eri Klas

John Corigliano: The Mannheim Rocket (2000)

Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Storgårds

John Corigliano's 80th birthday was on 16th February

10th February 2018 : David W

Wolf: Penthesilea (Symphonic poem)

Orchestre de Paris conducted by Daniel Barenboim

1998 recording of live performance

3rd February 2018 : Ken

Taneyev: Concert Suite for Violin and Orchestra op. 28: III. Andante (Fairy tale), IV. Tema con variazioni, V. Presto (Tarantella)

Igor Oistrakh, State Symphony Orchestra of Novosibirsk conducted by Arnold Katz

2008 recording

27th January 2018 : Dermot

Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring

Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons

Video recording of recent TV broadcast

 

 

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A total of 322 composers have featured on the Presentations list