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Most chosen *

Beethoven (94)

J.S. Bach (73)

Schubert (72)

Mozart (65)

Mahler (56)

Richard Strauss (50)

Brahms (47)

Schumann (45)

Verdi (44)

Wagner (39)

Less chosen *†

Berio (5)

Bruch (5)

Byrd (5)

Philip Glass (5)

Gluck (5)

Victor Herbert (5)

Hindemith (5)

Lutoslawski (5)

Ó Riada (5)

Rimsky-Korsakov (5)

Johann Strauss (5)

Szymanowski (5)

Various (5)

Walton (5)

Weinberg (5)

Gorecki (6)

Reynaldo Hahn (6)

Ligeti (6)

Pergolesi (6)

Pärt (6)

John Williams (6)

Ina Boyle (7)

Dohnányi (7)

John F. Larchet (7)

Monteverdi (7)

Mussorgsky (7)

Offenbach (7)

Pfitzner (7)

Schoenberg (7)

Suk (7)

Weber (7)

Bellini (8)

Franck (8)

Poulenc (8)

Rossini (8)

Smetana (8)

Bartok (9)

Grieg (9)

Vivaldi (9)

Bizet (10)

Fauré (10)

Janacek (10)

Stanford (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

20th April 2024 : Ken

Schumann: Piano Quartet in E flat major op. 47

Isabelle Faust (violin), Antoine Tamestit (viola), Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello), Alexander Melnikov (fortepiano)

2021 Harmonia Mundi recording

13th April 2024 : April Concert 2024

John Adams: Harmonielehre (1984-85)

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Adams

Tom F's first-half contribution to Concert programme. Live recording at the Berlin Philharmonie on 17 September 2016.

Eduard Tubin: Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra (1948)

Rick Stotijn, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Gaffigan

Jim's first item in second half of Concert programme. 2019 recording on BIS records

Prokofiev: Symphony no. 7 in C sharp minor op. 131 (1952)

Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by James Gaffigan

Jim's second item in second half of Concert programme. 2012 recording on Channel Classics.

6th April 2024 : Ron

Braunfels: Konzert für Orgel, Streicher, Blechbläser und Knabenchor op. 38 (1927)

Iveta Apkalna (organ), Tölzer Children's Choir, Munich Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hansjörg Albrecht

2012 recording on Oehms Classics

23rd March 2024 : David W (Theme: Good Friday premieres)

J.S. Bach: St Matthew Passion BWV.244: Conclusion of Part I

Howard Crook, Hans-Peter Blochwitz (tenor); Ulrik Cold, Peter Kooy (bass); Barbara Schlick (soprano); René Jacobs (alto); La Chapelle Royale, Collegium Vocale Gent conducted by Philippe Herreweghe

Harmonia Mundi release from 1985

Brahms: A German Requiem op. 45: VII. Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herrn sterben

Monteverdi Choir, Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique conducted by John Eliot Gardiner

Phlips 1990 recording. Both works premiered on Good Friday – in 1727 and 1869 respectively.

16th March 2024 : Séamus

Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 1 in C major op. 15

Alfred Brendel, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle

1977 Philips recording

2nd March 2024 : Jim

Viotti: Violin Concerto no. 22 in A minor (c.1793-95)

Chistian Tetzlaff, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin conducted by Paavo Järvi

3rd March is the 200th Anniversary of Viotti's death. 2022 recording from Ondine.

Dvorak: Silent Woods for Cello and Orchestra op. 68 no. 5 (1893)

Tanja Tetzlaff, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin conducted by Paavo Järvi

2022 recording from Ondine

24th February 2024 : David W

Schumann: Scenes from Goethe's Faust: Conclusion of Final Scene

Soloists, La Chapelle Royale, Collegium Vocale Gent, RIAS-Kammerchor, Orchestre des Champs Elysées directed by Philippe Herreweghe

1998 Harmonia Mundi recording

17th February 2024 : Éamon

J.S. Bach: Partita no. 2 in C minor BWV. 826

Murray Pariaha (piano)

2007 Sony Classics recording




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