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Most chosen *

Beethoven (86)

J.S. Bach (67)

Schubert (67)

Mozart (63)

Mahler (52)

Richard Strauss (49)

Brahms (45)

Schumann (42)

Verdi (42)

Wagner (38)

Less chosen *†

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)

Ina Boyle (6)

Gorecki (6)

Reynaldo Hahn (6)

Mussorgsky (6)

Pergolesi (6)

Pärt (6)

Rossini (6)

Suk (6)

John Williams (6)

Dohnányi (7)

Franck (7)

John F. Larchet (7)

Monteverdi (7)

Offenbach (7)

Pfitzner (7)

Schoenberg (7)

Weber (7)

Bartok (8)

Bellini (8)

Bizet (8)

Poulenc (8)

Smetana (8)

Grieg (9)

Stanford (9)

Vivaldi (9)

Fauré (10)

Janacek (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

28th January 2023 : Ken

Bizet: 'Carmen': Conclusion of Act 3 and (most of) Act 4 of Opera

Marina Domashenko, Maya Dashuk, Marco Berti, Raymond Aeeto, Chorus and Orchestra of the Arena di Verona conducted by Alain Lombard

On DVD. Recorded in the Arena di Verona in July 2003. Directed and produced by Franco Zeffirelli.

21st January 2023 : David W

Constant Lambert: The Rio Grande

Sally Burgess (mezzo-soprano), Jack Gibbons (piano), Chorus of Opera North, English Northern Philharmonia conducted by David Lloyd-Jones

Constant Lambert: Aubade Héroïque

English Northern Philharmonia conducted by David Lloyd-Jones

Both items are from the same 1991 recording on the Hyperion label

14th January 2023 : January Concert 2023

Franck: Psyché (Symphonic Poem for Orchestra and Chorus, 1887)

BBC Welsh Chorus, BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Tadaaki Otaka

Éamon's first-half contribution to Concert programme. 1994 Chandos recording.

Florent Schmitt: La Tragédie de Salomé op. 50 (1907/1910)

Orchestre Métropolitain (Montreal) conducted Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Jim's first item in second part of Concert programme. 2010 ATMA Classique recording.

Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast (1931)

Thomas Allen (baritone), London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin

Jim's second item in second part of Concert programme. 1992 RCA Red Seal recording.

17th December 2022 : Roy

J.S. Bach: Unser Mund sei voll Lachens BWV.120

Gerlinde Sämann (soprano), Alex Potter (alto), Bernhard Berchtold (tenor), Stephen MacLeod (bass), Choir and Orchestra of the J.S. Bach Foundation, St. Gallen conducted by Rudolf Lutz

YouTube video. Performance from Trogen, Switzerland, December 2016.

3rd December 2022 : Séamus

Sibelius: Symphony no. 5 in E flat major op. 82

Chamber Orchestra of Europe conducted by Paavo Berglund

On DVD. Recorded live in Finlandia Hall during the Helsinki Festival on 23-25 August 1998.

26th November 2022 : Tom F

Nielsen: Symphony no. 5 op. 50

Danish National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fabio Luisi

Recording released in October 2022

19th November 2022 : Roy (Theme: Music for St Ceclilia's Day – 22nd November)

Purcell: Welcome to all the Pleasures Z.339 (1683)

Taverner Consort, Choir & Players conducted by Andrew Parrott

1988 Recording

Handel: Concerto Grosso in C major HMV.318 ('Alexander's Feast', 1736)

The English Concert conducted by Trevor Pinnock

1984 recording

 

 

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