El salón México : popular type dance hall in Mexico City / Aaron Copland (New York Philharmonic) (12:00)
Prelude for piano, no. 2 / George Gershwin (Bernstein, piano) (4:20)
On the town. New York, New York (3:51) ; Carried away (2:58) (vocal soloists; London Voices; London Symphony Orchestra; Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor) ; On the waterfront. Love theme (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (3:23) ; Candide. Overture (4:30) ; Glitter and be gay (6:51) (June Anderson, soprano; London Symphony Orchestra) ; West Side story. Prologue (4:05) ; Tonight (5:25) ; America (4:47) ; Somewhere (2:33) (Kiri Te Kanawa, soprano; Marilyn Horne, mezzo-soprano; José Carreras, tenor; chorus; orchestra) ; Symphony no. 2 : The age of anxiety : for piano and orchestra. Part I, The prologue (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (2:17) ; A quiet place. Postlude to Act I (ORF Symphony Orchestra) (4:54) ; Symphony no. 3 : Kaddish : for orchestra, mixed chorus, boys' choir, speaker, and soprano solo. 2., Kaddish (Montserrat Caballé, soprano; Michael Wager, speaker; Vienna Boys' Choir; Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (8:14) ; Chichester Psalms : for mixed choir, boy soloist, and orchestra. Psalm 23 ; Psalm 2. Vs. 1-4 (soloist from the Vienna Boys' Choir; Wiener Jeunesse-Chor; Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (5:36) / Leonard Bernstein
Songs of a wayfarer : song cycle on texts by Gustav Mahler. 1., Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht (Thomas Hampson, baritone; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra) (4:30) ; Symphony no. 2 in C minor : Resurrection. 4., Urlicht : contralto solo (6:18) ; 5. (conclusion) : O Schmerz! Du Alldurchringer! : soprano solo, contralto solo, chorus (3:24) (Barbara Hendricks, soprano; Christa Ludwig, alto; Westminster Choir; New York Philharmonic) ; Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor. Adagietto (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra) (11:16) / Gustav Mahler
The rite of spring. Sacrificial dance, the chosen victim / Igor Stravinsky (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (4:44)
Songfest : a cycle of American poems for six singers and orchestra. 3., To what you said
(vocal soloists; National Symphony Orchestra of Washington) (5:24) ; Mass. 10., A simple song (Cheryl Studer, soprano; London Symphony Orchestra; Ion Marin, conductor) (4:08) ; Divertimento for orchestra. 2., Waltz (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) (2:12) / Leonard Bernstein
Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 92. 2., Allegretto (Boston Symphony Orchestra) (9:48) ; Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125. 4., Final chorus : Ode to joy (freedom) : conclusion (vocal soloists; various choirs and orchestras) (12:33) / Ludwig van Beethoven.
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