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CD 1:

01/20. JOHANNES BRAHMS – Hungarian Dance No.5 in G minor (orch. by Martin Schmeling) – Wiener Philharmoniker / Claudio Abbado [02:22]

02/20. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – The Art of Fugue BWV 1080 – Contrapunctus IX, a 4, alla Duodecima – Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) [02:21]

03/20. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op.131 – 2. Allegro molto vivace – Amadeus Quartet / Norbert Brainin (violin I), Siegmund Nissel (violin II), Peter Schidlof (viola), Martin Lovett (cello) [03:11]

04/20. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, K.467 – 2. Andante – Camerata Acada des Mozarteums Salzburg / Geza Anda (piano & condutor) [07:16]

05/20. FREDERIC CHOPIN – Preludes in D minor Op.28 No.24 – Martha Argerich (piano) [02:18]

06/20. MAURICE RAVEL – Pavane pour une infante defunte – Orchestre de Paris / Daniel Barenboim [07:47]

07/20. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Voi che sapete, from Le nozze di Figaro K.492 – Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo-soprano) / Wiener Philharmoniker / Claudio Abbado [02:30]

08/20. FREDERIC CHOPIN – Preludes in G major Op.28 No.3 – Rafal Blechacz (piano) [01:03]

09/20. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Badinerie, from Orchestral Suite No.2 BWV 1067 – Jean Soldan (flute) / Lucerne Festival Strings / Rudolf Baumgartner [01:31]

10/20. GABRIEL FAURE – Pie Jesu, from Requiem Op.48 – Kathleen Battle (soprano) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Carlo Maria Giulini [04:06]

11/20. CLAUDE DEBUSSY – Ce qu’a vu le vent d’ouest, from Preludes I – Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (piano) [03:44]

12/20. GEORGES BIZET – L’amour est un oiseau rebelle, Havanaise, from Carmen – Teresa Berganza (mezzo-soprano) / London Symphony Orchestra / The Ambrosian Singers / Claudio Abbado [04:27]

13/20. LEONARD BERNSTEIN – Candide – Overture – Los Angeles Philharmonic / Leonard Bernstein [04:20]

14/20. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Lacrimosa, Requiem K.626 – Wiener Philharmoniker / Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor / Karl Bohm [04:16]

15/20. RICHARD STRAUSS – Standchen Op.17 No.2 – Measha Brurgosman (soprano) / Justus Zeyen (piano) [02:35]

16/20. IGOR STRAVINSKY – Danse sacrale (L’Elue), from Le Sacre du Printemps – The Cleveland Orchestra / Pierre Boulez [04:49]

17/20. MANUEL DE FALLA – Cancion del amor dolido, from El amor brujo – Grace Bumbry (mezzo-soprano) / Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Lorin Maazel [01:35]

18/20. GIACOMO MEYERBEER – O Paradiso dall’onde uscito, from L’Africaine (Sung in Italian) – Enrico Caruso (tenor) / with Orchestral accompant [03:43]

19/20. ANTONIO VIVALDI – Violin Concerto in G minor RV 325 – 2. Largo – Giuliano Carmignola (violin) / Venice Baroque Orchestra / Andrea Marcon [02:01]

20/20. GIACOMO PUCCINI -E lucevan le stelle, from Tosca – Jose Carreras (tenor) / Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan [03:24]

CD 2:

01/19. GEORGES BIZET – Le s Toreadors, from Carmen Suite No.2 – Orchestre de I’Opera Bastille / Myung-Whun Chung [02:11]

02/19. MORTON GOULD – Boogie Woogie Etude – Shura Cherkassky (piano) [02:12]

03/19. GIUSEPPE VERDI – Di quella pira, from Il Trovatore – Placido Domingo (tenor) / Rosalind Plowright (soprano) / Walter Gullino (tenor) / Coro e Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia / Carlo Maria Giulini [03:45]

04/19. ANONYMOUS – Evening Bells (arr. Serge Jaroff) – Andre Bielecki (tenor) / Don Kosaken Chor / Serge Jaroff [02:51]

05/19. ALBERTO GINASTERA – Danza del trigo, from Estancia – Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela / Gustavo Dudamel [03:47]

06/19. BELA BARTOK – String Quartet No.4 Sz.91 – 4. Allegretto pizzicato – Emerson String Quartet / Philip Setzer (violin I), Eugene Drucker (violin II), Lawrence Dutton (viola), David Finckel (cello) [02:43]

07/19. FRANZ SCHUBERT – Der Lindenbaum, from Winterreise D 911 – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) / Gerald Moore (piano) [04:42]

08/19. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Cello Solo No.1 in G major BWV 1007 – 1. Prelude – Pierre Fournier (cello) [02:51]

09/19. GIUSEPPE VERDI – Sanctus, from Messa da Requiem – RIAS-Kammerchor / Chor der St. Hedwig’s-Kathedrale / RIAS-Symphonie-Orchestra Berlin / Ferenc Fricsay [02:30]

10/19. JOSEPH HAYDN – Symphony No.88 in G major Hob. I:88 – 4. Finale (Allegro con spirito) – Berliner Philharmoniker / Wilhelm Furtwangler [03:40]

11/19. GAETANO DONIZETTI – Il segreto per esser felici, from Lucrezia Borgia – Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) / Coro e Filarmonica del Teatro Comunale di Bologna / Paolo Vero [02:42]

12/19. CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI – Vespro della Beata Vee – 1. Deus in adiutorium – l Robson (tenor) / The Monteverdi Choir / His Majesties Sagbutts & Cornetts / English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner [02:10]

13/19. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Piano Sonata No.26 in E flat major ‘Les adieux’ Op.81a – 3. Das Wiedersehen (Le Retour) – Emil Gilels (piano) [06:01]

14/19. MODEST MUSSORGSKY – The Old Castle, from Pictures at an Exhibition – Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Carlo Maria Giulini [04:36]

15/19. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Prelude in C major BWV 846, from The Well-Tempered Clavier I – Helene Grimaud (piano) [02:48]

16/19. JOHANN PACHELBEL – Canon in D major – Musica Antiqua Koln / Reinhard Goebel [03:13]

17/19. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Piano Sonata No.16 in B flat major K.570 – 3. Allegretto – Friedrich Gulda (piano) [04:00]

18/19. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – String Quartet No.15 in D minor K.421 – 3. Minuetto (Allegretto) – Hagen Quartett / Lukas Hagen (violin I), Rainer Schmidt (violin II), Veronika Hagen (viola), Clemens Hagen (cello) [04:48]

19/19. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Violin Concerto No.2 in E major BWV 1042 – 3. Allegro assai – Hilary Hahn (violin) / Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra / Jeffrey Kahane [02:25]

CD 3:

01/16. FELIX MENDELSSOHN – Auf den Flugeln des Gesanges Op.34 No.2 (arr. for violin and piano) – Daniel Hope (violin) / Sebastian Knauer (piano) [02:26]

02/16. ALEXANDER SCRIABIN – Etude in C sharp minor Op.2 No.1 – Vladimir Horowitz (piano) [02:45]

03/16. GEORGE GERSHWIN – It Ain’t Necessarily So, from Porgy and Bess (arr. by Jascha Heifetz) – Jascha Heifetz (violin) / Emanuel Bay (piano) [02:32]

04/16. FRANZ SCHUBERT – Der Leiermann, from Winterreise D 911 – Hans Hotter (baritone) / Michael Raucheisen (piano) [03:37]

05/16. RICHARD STRAUSS – Fruhling, from Vier letzte Lieder – Gundula Janowitz (soprano) / Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan [04:05]

06/16. EDVARD GRIEG – Morning mood, from Peer Gynt Op.23 – Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra / Neeme Jarvi [04:15]

07/16. CARL ORFF – O Fortuna, from Caa Burana – Chor und Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin / Eugen Jochum [02:39]

08/16. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Coriolan Overture Op.62 – Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan [09:02]

09/16. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59 – Fur Elise – Wilhelm Kempff (piano) [03:13]

10/16. GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL – O Had I Jubal’s Lyre, from Joshua HWV 64 – Magdalena Kozena (mezzo-soprano) / Venice Baroque Orchestra / Andrea Marcon [02:32]

11/16. ANTONIN DVORAK – Symphony No.8 in G major Op.88 – 3. Allegretto grazioso – Molto vivace – Berliner Philharmoniker / Rafael Kubelik [06:41]

12/16. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN- Violin Sonata in G major Op.30 No.3 – 3. Allegro vivace – Gidon Kremer (violin) / Martha Argerich (piano) [03:24]

13/16. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Symphony No.5 in C minor Op.67 – 1. Allegro con brio – Wiener Philharmoniker / Carlos Kleiber [07:23]

14/16. ROBERT SCHUMANN – Traumerei, from Kinderszenen Op.15 – Lang Lang (piano) [03:24]

15/16. FELIX MENDELSSOHN – String Quartet No.1 in E flat major Op.12 – 2. Canzonetta. Allegretto – Lasalle Quartet / Walter Levin (violin I), Henry Meyer (violin II), Peter Kamnitzer (viola), Jack Kirstein (cello) [04:16]

16/16. LEONARD BERNSTEIN – I Am Easily Assimilated, from Candide – Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano) / London Symphony Chorus / London Symphony Orchestra / Leonard Bernstein [04:13]

CD 4:

01/18. PIOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY – Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy, from The Nutcracker Suite Op.71a – Berliner Philharmoniker / Ferdinand Leitner [02:03]

02/18. SERGEI PROKOFIEV – Symphony No.1 in D major ‘Classical’ Op.25 – 4. Finale (Molto Vivace) – Chicago Symphony Orchestra / James Levine [04:15]

03/18. CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS – Le cygne, from Le Carnaval des Animaux (arr. by Paul Vidal) – Mischa Maisky (cello) / Orchestre de Paris / Semyon Bychkov [03:55]

04/18. FELIX MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No.5 in D minor ‘Reformation’ Op.107 – 2. Allegro vivace – Berliner Philharmoniker / Lorin Maazel [05:22]

05/18. JOHANNES BRAHMS Double Concerto in A minor Op.102 – 2. Andante – Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin) / Antonio Meneses (cello) / Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan [07:34]

06/18. HERBERT HOWELLS – A spotless Rose – Gabrieli Consort / Paul McCreesh [03:40]

07/18. CLAUDE DEBUSSY – String Quartet in G minor Op.10 – 2. Scherzo (Assez vif et bien rythme) – Melos Quartet / Wilhelm Melcher (violin I), Gerhard Voss (violin II), Hermann Voss (viola), Peter Buck (cello) [03:56]

08/18. HECTOR BERLIOZ – Marche au supplice, from Symphonie fantastique Op.14 – Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux / Igor Markevitch [04:50]

09/18. MODEST MUSSORGSKY – Hopak, from Sorochintsy Fair (arr. by Segei Rachmaninov) – Nathan Milstein (violin) / Georges Pludermacher (piano) [01:52]

10/18. JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU – Dardanus – Tambourins I & II – Les Musiciens du Louvre / Marc Minkowski [01:54]

11/18. FRITZ KREISLER – Liebesfreud – Shlomo Mintz (violin) / Clifford Benson (piano) [03:08]

12/18. PIOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No.5 in E minor Op.64 – 3. Valse (Allegro moderato) – Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Jewgenij Mrawinskij [05:29]

13/18. GIUSEPPE VERDI – E strano … Sempre libera, from La traviata – Anna Netrebko (soprano) / Mahler Chamber Orchestra / Claudio Abbado [08:30]

14/18. HENRYK WIENIAWSKI – Etude-Caprice in E major Op.18 No.5 – David Oistrakh, Igor Oistrakh (violin) [01:59]

15/18. FRANZ LISZT – 12 Etude d’execution transcendante No.2 S.139 – Alice Sara Ott (piano) [02:21]

16/18. CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI – Con che soavita – Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo-soprano) / Musica Antiqua Koln / Reinhard Goebel [04:40]

17/18. PIOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY – Swan Lake Op.20 – Scene (Moderato) – Boston Symphony Orchestra / Seiji Ozawa [02:38]

18/18. DOMENICO SCARLATTI – Sonata in E major K.135 – Ivo Pogorelich (piano) [04:14]

CD 5:

01/18. GAETANO DONIZETTI – Una furtiva lagrima, from L’elisir d’amore – Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) / Metropolitan Opera Orchestra / James Levine [04:18]

02/18. FREDERIC CHOPIN – Nocturne in F sharp Op.15 No.2 – Maria Joao Pires (piano) [03:27]

03/18. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Violin Sonata in E minor K.304 – 2. Tempo di minuetto – Itzhak Perlman (violin) / Daniel Barenboim (piano) [04:50]

04/18. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Deh vieni, non tardar, from Le nozze di Figaro K.492 – Patricia Petibon (soprano) / Concerto Koln / Daniel Harding [03:02]

05/18. FRANZ LISZT – 2 Concert Etudes S.145 No.2 – Gnomenrn – Mikhail Pletnev (piano) [03:06]

06/18. ANTONIO VIVALDI – Violin Concerto in E major ‘La Primavera’ RV 269 – 1. Allegro, from Le quattro stagioni Op.8 – Simon Standage (violin) / The English Concert / Trevor Pinnock [03:21]

07/18. FREDERIC CHOPIN – Polonaise in A flat major ‘Heroic’ Op.53 – Maurizio Pollini (piano) [07:08]

08/18. RICHARD STRAUSS – Mondscheinmusik, from Capriccio Op.85 – Wiener Philharmoniker / Andre Previn [03:44]

09/18. GIOACCHINO ROSSINI – Largo al factotum, from Il barbiere di Siviglia – Hermann Prey (baritone) / London Symphony Orchestra / Claudio Abbado [04:41]

10/18. CHARLES MARIE WIDOR – Toccata, from Organ Symphony No.5 Op.42 No.1 – Simon Preston (organ) [05:30]

11/18. RICHARD WAGNER – Wie Todesahnung… O du mein holder Abendstern, from Tannhauser – Thomas Quasthoff (baritone) / Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin / Christian Thielemann [05:32]

12/18. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Dona nobis pacem, from Mass in B minor BWV 232 – Munchener Bach-Chor / Munchener Bach-Orchester / Karl Richter [03:28]

13/18. SERGEI RACHMANINOV – Prelude in G sharp minor Op.32 No.12 – Sviatoslav Richter (piano) [02:14]

14/18. JEAN SIBELIUS – Karelia Suite Op.11 – 1. Intermezzo – Berliner Philharmoniker / Hans Rosbaud [03:22]

15/18. ALEXANDER GLAZUNOV – Chant du Menestrel Op.71 – Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Seiji Ozawa [04:14]

16/18. ROBERT SCHUMANN – Fruhlingsfahrt Op.45 No.2 – Heinrich Schlusnus (baritone) / Sebastien Peschko (piano) [03:16]

17/18. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Violin Sonata in F major ‘Spring’ Op.24 – 3. Scherzo (Allegro molto) – Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin) / Carl Seemann (piano) [01:27]

18/18. FRANZ SCHUBERT – Lachen und Weinen D 777 – Irmgard Seefried (soprano) / Erik Werba (piano) [01:43]

CD 6:

01/20. FRANCISCO TARREGA – Recuerdos de la Alhambra – Andres Segovia (guiter) [05:16]

02/20. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Alleluia, from Exsultate, jubilate K.165 – Maria Stader (soprano) / Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Ferenc Fricsay [02:39]

03/20. GIUSEPPE VERDI – Va pensiero, sull’ali dorate, from Nabucco – Chor und Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin / Giuseppe Sinopoli [04:58]

04/20. CHARLES GOUNOD – Ave Maria (arr. by Carlo Sabatini) – Cheryl Studer (soprano) / London Symphony Orchestra / Ion Marin [02:09]

05/20. STANLEY MYERS – Cavatina (arr. by John Williams) – Goran Sollscher (guiter) [03:39]

06/20. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Symphony No.40 in G minor K.550 – 4. Finale (Allegro assai) – Berliner Staatskapelle / Richard Strauss [04:57]

07/20. GIUSEPPE VERDI – Lo spazzocamino (arr. by Kurt Gaebel) – Rita Streich (soprano) / Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Kurt Gaebel [02:53]

08/20. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS – The Vagabond, from Songs of Travel – Bryn Terfel (bass-baritone) / Malcolm Martineau (piano) [03:14]

09/20. RICHARD WAGNER – Lohengrin – Prelude to Act 3 – The Philadelphia Orchestra / Christian Thielemann [03:09]

10/20. OSVALDO GOLIJOV – Nanni, from Ayre – Dawn Upshaw (soprano) / The Andalucian Dogs [03:21]

11/20. GIUSEPPE VERDI – Questa o quella, from Rigoletto – Rolando Villazon (tenor) / Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi / Daniele Callegari [01:54]

12/20. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Cello Suite No.5 in C minor BWV 1011 – 3. Courante – Jian Wang (cello) [02:19]

13/20. GYORGY LIGETI – Piano Etude No.10 ‘Der Zauberlehring’ – Yuja Wang (piano) [02:18]

14/20. GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL – Organ Concerto No.4 in F major HWV 292 – 1. Allegro – Eduard Muller (organ) / Schola Cantorum Basiliensis / August Wenzinger [04:30]

15/20. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Zartliche Liebe WoO 123 – Fritz Wunderlich (tenor) / Hubert Giesen (piano) [02:14]

16/20. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645, from ‘Schubler’ Chorales – Helmut Walcha (organ) [04:21]

17/20. HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS – Prelude No.1 in E minor – Narciso Yepes (guiter) [04:59]

18/20. CARLOS SALZEDO – Chanson de la nuit (1958) – Nicanor Zabaleta (harp) [04:02]

19/20. JOHANNES BRAHMS – Scherzo, from The ‘F.A.E. sonate’ – Pinchas Zukerman (violin) / Daniel Barenboim (piano) [05:39]

20/20. FRANZ SCHUBERT – Impromptus in A flat major D 899 – Krystian Zimerman (piano) [07:59]

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