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Living With The Classics

Vol. 2, 4 CD Box Set released by AUR and QL Music. Album contains the greatest classical compositions from the greatest classical composers of all times. Release Date: November 7, 2008.
CD1
1. Johann Sebastian Bach “Concerto No. 2 for Violin in E Major,” Mvt. 1 (Allegro) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Miklos Szenthelyi, violin
2. Antonio Vivaldi “Spring” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1 in E Major, Mvt. 3 (Allegro) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Miklos Szenthelyi, violin
3. Antonio Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 3 in F Major, Mvt. 3 (Allegro) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Miklos Szenthelyi, violin
4. Arcangelo Corelli “Concerto Grosso in F Major,” Op. 6 No. 6, Mvt. No. 3 (Vivace) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; Arpeggione Chamber Orchestra
5. Johann Sebastian Bach “Suite No. 5 in G minor” Mvt. 5 Capriccio (Vivace) BWV 1070 The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
6. Antonio Vivaldi “Concerto for 2 Violins in A minor,” Op. 3 No. 8, Mvt. No. 1 (Allegro) RV 522 The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Chamber Orchestra, András Csontha and Ágnes Péter, violins
7. Antonio Vivaldi “L’Estro Armonico,” Op 3, No 3, Mvt. 1 (Allegro), RV 310 The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; Arpeggione Chamber Orchestra, Lucia Hall, violin, Renée LaBonte, cembalo
8. Antonio Vivaldi “Concerto in D Major” for Guitar (Lute) & Strings RV 93,  Mvt. 1 (Allegro) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Sergio Puccini, guitar
9. Antonio Vivaldi, “L’Estro Armonico,” Concerto No. 5 in A major, Mvt. 3 (Allegro) RV 519 The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Cappella Istropolitana
10. Johann Sebastian Bach/ Charles Gounod “Ave Maria,” produced and arranged by Mike Silverman
11. Johann Sebastian Bach “Prelude from Suite No. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello, BWV 1008,” Hong-Mei Xiao, viola solo
12. Johann Sebastian Bach “Gigue from Suite No. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello, BWV 1008,” Hong-Mei Xiao, viola solo
13. Benedetto Marcello “Concerto in C minor,” Mvt. 3 (Vivace) George Wolfe, soprano saxophone, Willie LaFavor, piano
14. King Henry VIII of England Taunder Naken; Farrell Vernon, sopranino saxophone; Melanie Bookout and Russell Bookout, viola da
gambas; arr. by Farrell Vernon
15. Joseph Dodin de Boismortier Sonata in E Minor, Op. 37, No. 2, Mvt. 1; Farrell Vernon, sopranino saxophone; Melanie Bookout and Russell Bookout, viola da gambas; arr. by Farrell Vernon
16. Michel Corrette “Le Phénix,” Mvt. No. 1 Allegro, The New England Bassoon Quartet
17. Antonin Dvorak “Serenade for Strings” Op 22, Mvt. 2 (Tempo di Valse) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Chamber Orchestra
18. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Divertimento” K. 138, Mvt. 1 (Allegro) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Chamber Orchestra
19. Franz Joseph Haydn “Piano Concerto No 6 in F Major” Mvt. 3 (Presto) The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Chamber Orchestra, Renée LaBonte, piano
20. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Divertimento” Mvt. 3 (Allegro assai) K 137 The Symphony of the Americas, James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor; The Budapest Chamber Orchestra

CD2
1. Fryderyk Chopin "Valse in C-sharp minor," Op. 64, No. 2, Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
2. Fryderyk Chopin “Sonata No. 2 in B-Flat Major," Mvt. 1 (Grave: doppio movimento), Flavio Varani, pianist
3. Ludwig van Beethoven "Appassionata" Sonata No. 23 in F Minor, Op 57, Mvt. No. 1,  Flavio Varani, pianist
4. Fryderyk Chopin "Piano Sonata No. 3," Op. 58 in B Minor, Mvt. No. 2 (Scherzo, Molto vivace), Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
5. Franz Schubert "Sonata in A major," D664, Op 120, Mvt. 3 (Allegro), John Milbauer, piano
6. Antonin Dvorak “Impromptu” from Four Pieces, Op. 52, Sara Davis Buechner, piano
7. Johannes Brahms "Rhapsody in G minor," Op. 79, No. 2, Sara Davis Buechner, piano
8. Maurice Ravel, "Sonatine" Mvt. 3 (Animé), John Milbauer, piano
9. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Adagio from Piano Sonata in C major," K545 Farrell Vernon, sopranino saxophone; Laura Lydy, guitar
10. Johann Sebastian Bach "Two-Part Invention in F Major," Leigh Howard Stevens, marimba
11. Jacques Offenbach “The Doll Song” from Tales of Hoffmann, Farrell Vernon, sopranino saxophone; Irene Ator,  piano; arr. by Farrell Vernon
12. Camille Saint-Saëns “The Swan” Otis Murphy, saxophone; Haruko Murphy, piano, arr. by Eugene Rousseau
13. Claude Debussy “Arabesque No. 1 in E Major” Electronic Philharmonic, arr. by Patrick Smith
14. Ludwig van Beethoven "Für Elise," Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59, performed and arranged by Steven Swinford
15. Franz Joseph Haydn “Surprise” Symphony No. 94 in G Major, Mvt. No. 2, Vince Constantino Orchestra
16. Johann Sebastian "Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F Major" (Allegro Assai) Mvt. No. 3; Vince Constantino Electronic Orchestra

CD3
1. Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky “Serenade for Strings” Mvt. 2 (Waltzer) The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
2. Johannes Brahms “Hungarian Dance No. 5” (Souvenir Tchardas) The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
3. Johannes Brahms “Hungarian Dance No. 6” (Rose-Buch Tchardas) The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
4. Pablo Sarasate “Zigeunerweisen,"  Op. 20, Mvt. 3 The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Hellenic Camerata, Christos Galileas, violin
5. Benedetto Marcello “Concerto in C minor,” Mvt. 1, for soprano saxophone and orchestra, arr. by Joesph Lulloff, Joseph Lulloff, saxophone, with the Michigan State University Orchestra, conducted by Leon Gregorian
6. Fryderyk Chopin "Mazurka in G Minor," Op. 24, No. 1, Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
7. Fryderyk Chopin "Mazurka in A-flat Major," Op. 24, No. 3, Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
8. Fryderyk Chopin "Mazurka No. 1 in G Major," from Three Mazurkas,
Op. 50, Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
9. Karol Szymanowski "Etude in B-flat Minor," Op. 4, No. 3, Kazimirez Brzozowski, piano
10. Franz Liszt "Liebestraume No. 3," David Glen Hatch, piano
11. Robert Schumann "Traumerei," Op. 15, No. 7 David Glen Hatch, piano
12. Alexander Scriabin "Etude in C-sharp minor," Op. 2, No. 1 David Glen Hatch, piano
13. Alexander Scriabin "Etude in D-sharp minor," Op 2, No. 8 David Glen Hatch, piano
14. Felix Mendelssohn "Allegro Brilliant in A," Op. 92, one piano, four hands, Yuki & Tomoko Mack, pianists
15. Franz Liszt "Reminiscenses de Don Juan" (excerpt) for two pianos, Yuki & Tomoko Mack, pianists
16. Eric Satie “Gymnopedie No. 1,” George Wolfe, soprano saxophone, Paul Reilly, guitar, arr. by Wolfe and Reilly"
17. Gustav Holst “St. Paul’s Suite” for String Orchestra, Mvt. 4 (Finale) The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Czech Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
18. Enrique Granados "Andalucia," Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
19. Bella Bartok “Buciumeana” from Romanian Folk Dances The Symphony of the Americas, Mastero James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor; The Hungarian Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, András Csontha, violin
20. Caryl Florio “Allegro de Concert,” Mvt. 2, (Allegro); The H2 Saxophone Quartet: Jeffrey Loeffert, Kimberly Goddard, Geoffrey Deibel and Jonathan Nichol, recorded by Sergei Kvitko
21. Igor Stravinsky “The Soldier’s March” from L’Histoire du Soldat
22. Igor Stravinsky “The Devil’s Dance” from L’Histoire du Soldat

CD4

1. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Flight of the Bumble Bee" Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "Le Nozzi di Figaro Overture" (excerpt), performed and arranged by Steven Swinford
3. Ludwig van Beethoven "Ode to Joy" (An die Freude), from Symphony No. 9, 4th Mvt. (excerpt), performed and arranged by Steven Swinford
4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "Eine Kliene Nachtmusik," Mvt. No. 2 (excerpt), performed and arranged by Steven Swinford
5. Rudy Weidoeft “Saxophobia” George Wolfe, alto saxophone, Holly Hanauer, piano
6. Grigoraş Dinicu "Hora Staccato" Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
7. Kathryne E. Thompson “Bubble and Squeak” Holly Gaines, saxophones; John French, piano
8. Johann Sebastian Bach “Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring” Produced and arranged by Mike Silverman
9. George Gershwin Variations on “I Got Rhythm” The Capitol Quartet, arr. by Crotty
10. Fryderyk Chopin Valse Op. 64, No. 2 (Latin Version) “Brisas Del Caribe” Performed and arranged by Frank Villafañe
11. Gioacchino Rossini "La Danza" (Tarantella Napolitana) Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
12. Johann Strauss II "Tritsch Tratsch Polka" Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
13. Vittorio Monti "Csàrdàs" Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica; William Penn, piano, arr. by William Penn
14. Scott Joplin “The Cascades” The H2 Saxophone Quartet: Jeffrey Loeffert, Kimberly Goddard, Geoffrey Deibel and Jonathan Nichol, recorded by Sergei Kvitko
15. Gioacchino Rossini "The Theiving Magpie Overture" (La Pie Voleuse) Trio Candido: Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic; Robert Houyoux, chord; Arlette Penn, bass harmonicas
16. Ludwig van Beethoven "Symphony No. 6," Mvt. No. 1 (excerpt), performed and arranged by Steven Swinford
17. George Gershwin "Porgy & Bess, Fantasy" for two pianos, Yuki & Tomoko Mack, pianists, arr. by Percy Grainger
18. Bach, Beethoven, et al "Bach, Beethoven, Bebop & Beyond" The Capitol Quartet, arr. by Pascuzzi and Norman

 

 

Living With The Classics

, 4 CD Box Set released by AUR and QL Music. Album contains the greatest classical compositions from the greatest classical composers of all times.Release Date: January 28, 2008.

  CD1

1. George Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue” for Piano and Orchestra (excerpt), David Glen Hatch, piano with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Matayas Antal

2. Ludwig van Beethoven “Appassionata” from Sonata No. 23 in F Minor, Op 57, Flavio Varani, piano

3. Alessandro Marcello “Concerto in C Minor”, Mvt. 3 for soprano saxophone and orchestra, arr. by Joseph Lulloff,  Joseph Lulloff, saxophone with the Michigan State University Orchestra, conducted by Leon Gregorian 

4. Johann Sebastian Bach “Prelude Number 1” in C Major from the Well Tempered Clavier, Heejin Kim, piano

5. Johann Sebastian Bach “Praeludium” from Partita No. 1 in B-Flat Major, David Glen Hatch, piano

6. Johann Sebastian Bach “Two-Part Invention No. 8” in F Major, David Glen Hatch, piano

7. Johann Sebastian Bach “Gigue” from Partita No. 1 in B-Flat Major, David Glen Hatch, piano

8. Johann Sebastian Bach “Air On The G String” from Suite No. 3 in D Major, Mvt. 2, arr. by William Penn, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

9. Fryderyk Chopin “Sonata No. 2” in B-Flat Major, Mvt. 2 (Scherzo) Flavio Varani, piano

10. Fryderyk Chopin “Sonata No. 2” in B-Flat Major, Mvt. 4 (Presto) Flavio Varani, piano

11. Modest Moussorgsky “Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks” from Pictures at an Exhibition, Marina Lomazov, piano

12.  Fryderyk Chopin “Raindrop Prelude,” Prelude No. 15 in D-Flat Major Heejin Kim, piano

13. Fryderyk Chopin “Prelude No. 4” in E Minor Opus 28, Heejin Kim, piano

14.  Fryderyk Chopin “Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2” in E-Flat Major, Heejin Kim, piano 

15.  Johann Pachelbel “Canon in D Major”, Vince Constantino Orchestra 

16. George Frederic Handel “La Réjouissance” from Music for the Royal Fireworks, Pioneer Valley Symphony conducted by Paul Schuyler Phillips

17.  Antonio Vivaldi “Spring” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1 in E Major, Mvt. 1 (Allegro), Pioneer Valley Symphony, Paul Schuyler Phillips, conductor, Masuko Ushioda, violin soloist 

18. Antonio Vivaldi “Summer” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 2 in G Minor Mvt. 3 (Presto), Pioneer Valley Symphony, Paul Schuyler Phillips, conductor, Masuko Ushioda, violin soloist 

19. Antonio Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 3 in F Major Mvt. 1 (Allegro), Pioneer Valley Symphony, Paul Schuyler Phillips, conductor, Masuko Ushioda, violin soloist 

20.  Antonio Vivaldi “Winter” from The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 4 in F Minor Mvt. 1 (Allegro), Pioneer Valley Symphony, Paul Schuyler Phillips, conductor, Masuko Ushioda, violin soloist 

CD2
1. Edvard Grieg “Piano Concerto in A Minor” (1st Mvt. excerpt), David Glen Hatch, piano with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Matayas Antal  
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Sonata in C Major” K. 545, 1st Mvt., Linda Li-Bleuel, piano

3. Ludwig van Beethoven “Fur Elise” Bagatelle in A Minor, Linda Li-Bleuel, piano 

4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Queen of the Night Aria” from the opera The Magic Flute, Farrell Vernon, sopranino saxophone 

5. Ludwig van Beethoven “Minuet In G” from Sonata No. 20, Op. 49 No. 2, Mvt. 2 in G Major Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

6. Ludwig van Beethoven “Pathetique” from Piano Sonata No. 8, Mvt. 2 (Adagio), David Glen Hatch, piano

7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Turkish March” Rondo, 3rd Mvt. from Sonata in A Minor, K. 331 David Glen Hatch, piano

8. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Andante”, 2nd Mvt. from Concerto in C Major, K. 467, David Glen Hatch, pianist with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Matayas Antal

9. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Allegro”, 1st Mvt from C Minor Sonata, K. 457, Deborah Moriarty, piano

10. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Divertimento in D”, K. 136, Pioneer Valley Symphony conducted by Paul Schuyler Phillips

11.  Fryderyk Chopin “Nocturne No. 2” in E-Flat Major, David Glen Hatch, piano

12. Franz Joseph Haydn „Fantasia in C“, Hob. XVII/4 Marina Lomazov, piano

13. Franz Joseph Haydn “Symphony No. 92” in G Major, “Oxford,” Movement IV (Presto), Pioneer Valley Symphony conducted by Paul Schuyler Phillips 

14. Darius Milhaud “Scramouche” Movement 1, saxophone and orchestra, Joseph Lulloff, saxophone, the Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leon Gregorian 

15.  Felix Mendelssohn “Symphony No. 3”, “Scottish,” Movement II, Pioneer Valley Symphony conducted by Paul Schuyler Phillips 

16. Richard Wagner “Der fliegende Holländer” (The Flying Dutchman) Overture, Pioneer Valley Symphony conducted by Paul Schuyler Phillips 

CD3
1.  Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky “Piano Concerto in B-Flat Minor”, 1st Mvt. (excerpt) David Glen Hatch, piano with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Matayas Antal

2. Sergei Rachmaninoff “Piano Concerto No. 2" in C Minor, Op. 18, Mvt. 1, Danny Green, orchestral and solo pianos 

3.  Sergei Rachmaninoff “Vocalise”, Op 34 No 14 for soprano saxophone and orchestra, arr. by Vince Norman, Joseph Lulloff, saxophone, with the Michigan State University Orchestra conducted by Leon Gregorian 

4. Ludwig van Beethoven “Moonlight Sonata” Adagio from Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. 27, No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor Patrick Smith, piano

5. Jules Massenet “Meditation” from the opera Thaïs, arr. by William Penn, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

6. Fryderyk Chopin “Waltz in E Minor”, Op. Posthumous, David Glen Hatch, pianist 

7. Fryderyk Chopin "Minute Waltz", Waltz in D-Flat Major, Op. 64, No. 1, David Glen Hatch, piano

8. Fryderyk Chopin “Fantaisie-Impromptu”, Op. 55, Deborah Moriarty, piano

9. Fryderyk Chopin „Waltz in A-Flat Major”, Op.34, No. 1, Kazimierz Brzozowski, piano

10. Fryderyk Chopin „Sonata No. 3”, Op. 58 in B Minor, Mvt. 4 (Finale: Presto ma non tanto), Kazimierz Brzozowski, piano

11. Fryderyk Chopin “Etude in F Major”, Op 10, No. 8, Marina Lomazov, piano

12. Max Bruch “Allegro con Moto” from Eight Pieces, Op. 83, STRATA: James Stern, violin, Nathan Williams, clarinet and Audrey Andrist, piano 

13. Max Bruch “Allegro Agitato” from Eight Pieces, Op. 83, STRATA: James Stern, violin, Nathan Williams, clarinet and Audrey Andrist, piano 

14. Claude Debussy “Clair de Lune” David Glen Hatch, piano

15. Bonus Track: John Williams “Main Theme from Schindler's List”, arr. by William Penn, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

CD4
1. Georges Bizet “Prelude” from the opera Carmen, Vince Constantino Orchestra 

2. Antonio Vivaldi “Le Quattro Sassofoni” from The Four Seasons, arr. by Mark Weiser, Capitol Quartet 

3. Niccolò Paganini “Paganini Variations,” arr. by Vince Norman, Capitol Quartet 

4. Johann Sebastian Bach and David Stambler “Fugue Well-Tampered”, based on the C Minor and G Minor Fugues, arr. by David Stambler, Capitol Quartet 

5. Charles Gounod “Waltz” (Jazz Version) from the opera Faust, arr. by William Penn, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

6. Darius Milhaud “Scramouche” Mvt. 3 (Braziliera) for saxophone and orchestra, Joseph Lulloff, saxophone, the Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leon Gregorian

7. Johann Sebastian Bach “Two-Part Invention in D Minor”, Leigh Howard Stevens, marimba 

8. Fryderyk Chopin “Prelude in E Minor” (Bossa Nova Version), arr. by Chuck Henry, Chuck Henry, piano 

9. Fryderyk Chopin and Thomas “Fats” Waller “Minutebug Waltz” (“Minute Waltz”), arr. by David Stambler, Capitol Quartet 

10. Ludwig van Beethoven “Fur Elise” arr. by Vince Norman, Capitol Quartet 

11.  Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov “Flight of the Bumblebee” from the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

12. Aram Khachaturian “Sabre Dance,” from the ballet Gayane, Trio Candido, Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic, Robert Houyoux, chord and Arlette Dumont-Penn, bass harmonicas 

13. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Turkish March”, 3rd Mvt. from Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K. 331, Trio Candido, Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic, Robert Houyoux, chord and Arlette Dumont-Penn, bass harmonicas 

14. Jacques Offenbach “French Can Can,” Galop from Orpheus in the Underworld, Trio Candido, Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic, Robert Houyoux, chord and Arlette Dumont-Penn, bass harmonicas 

15. Bedrich Smetana “The Moldau” (excerpt), from My Country, Yuki & Tomoko Mack, duo-pianists 

16. Maurice Ravel “Pavane por un Enfant Defunte”, Patrick Smith, Electronic Philharmonic 

17. Emmanuel Chabrier “España”, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

18. Franz von Suppé “Light Calvalry Overture” (Overture to the Operetta), Trio Candido, Pierre Herbineaux, chromatic, Robert Houyoux, chord and Arlette Dumont-Penn, bass harmonicas 

19. George Gershwin “Summertime” from the opera Porgy and Bess, arr. by William Penn, Pierre Herbineaux, harmonica, William Penn, piano 

20. George Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue” (excerpt) for  1 piano 4 hands, Yuki & Tomoko Mack, duo-pianists