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Works by Composer BARBER, SAMUEL

11 Hermit Songs

Eleanor Steber 

2 Choruses, op. 42

Eric Banks 

2 Choruses, op. 8

Eric Banks 

2 Choruses, op. 8. Agnus Dei, op. 11. 4 Songs, op. 13: Heaven Haven, Sure on This Shining Night. A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map, op. 15. Reincarnations, op. 16. Hermit Songs: The Monk and his Cat. Vanessa, op. 32: excerpt. Wondrous Love, op. 34;' Antony and Cleopatra, op. 40: excerpts; 2 Choruses, op. 42. Chorale Prelude: Silent Night. Happy Birthday Variation

Timothy Brown 

2 Interludes

Leon McCawley  

3 Sketches

Leon McCawley  

3 Sketches (1923-24)

Daniel Pollack 

3 Sketches. Interlude I (“For Jeanne”)

Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

3 Sketches. Interlude No. 1

Stephen Beus 

3 Songs (J. Tourel, mez; Barber, cond; CBS SO) Live: 5/2/1945

Various 

3 Songs (J. Tourel, mez; Barber, cond; CBS SO. Live: 5/2/1945)

Various 

3 Songs, op. 45

Judith Kellock 
Joshua Hopkins 
Melissa Fogarty 

4 Excursions

Nadia Reisenberg 

4 Songs

Melissa Fogarty 

4 Songs, op. 13

Craig Morris
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Craig Morris
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Craig Morris
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

6 Songs

Marilyn Horne 

A Hand of Bridge

Gregg Smith 

A Nun Takes the Veil. The Secrets of the Old. Sure on This Shining Night. The Daisies. With Rue My Heart Is Laden. Bessie Bobtail. Rain Has Fallen. Sleep Now. I Hear an Army. Nocturne. The Queen’s Face. Monks and Raisins. Nuvoletta. Mélodies Passagères

Judith Kellock 

A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map

Orphei Drängar 
Robert Sund 
Craig Hella Johnson  
Marcus Creed 

A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map, op. 15

Eric Banks 

Adagio

Kronos Str Qrt 
Geoffrey Simon 
Atlantic Brass Qnt 
James Sedares 
James Sedares 
Ludwigsburg Brass Qnt 

Adagio (arr. Kaza)

Paul Clifford Phillips 

Adagio for Strings

Boston SO 
Stockholm Sinfonietta 
John Korman 
Acad of St. Martin in the Fields
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Los Angeles PO 
Milwaukee SO 
Natl PO 
Milwaukee SO 
His” SO 
Bob James 
English Str O 
I Musici de Montréal 
Karita Mattila 
Israel C O 
Morton Gould 
Lazar Gosman 
Michael Rabin 
William Boughton 
Arturo Toscanini 
Jan-Olav Wedin 
Leopold Stokowski 
Raymond Leppard 
Christopher Herrick 
Leonard Bernstein
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Yuli Turovsky 
Leonard Slatkin 
Leonard Bernstein 
Leonard Slatkin 
Celibidache
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Arturo Toscanini 
Leonard Bernstein 
Michael Tilson Thomas 
Antonio Pappano
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Robert Spano  
Arturo Toscanini 
Thomas Bowes 
Howard Hanson 
Philip Scriven 
Christian Poltéra 
Viktor Fedotov 
Leopold Stokowski 
Konzerthaus CO Berlin 
Josef Stránský 

Adagio for strings

Jean-Baptiste Robin 

Adagio for Strings (arr. Tatgenhorst)

Ray E. Cramer 

Adagio for Strings (Tennstedt)

Leopold Stokowski 

Adagio for Strings (Toscanini, cond; NBC SO) Live: Studio 8H 11/5/1938

Various 

Adagio for Strings (Toscanini, cond; NBC SO. Live: Studio 8H 11/5/1938)

Various 

Adagio for Strings, from Op. 11

I Musici 

Adagio for Strings, op

Peter Lücker 

Adagio for Strings, op. 11. The School for Scandal Overture, op. 5

Guido Cantelli 

Adagio for Strings, Op. 11

Philadelphia O 
London SO 
Philadelphia O 
I Musici 
New York P SO 
Sofia C O 

Adagio for Strings, op. 11

Misha Rachlevsky 
Todd Wilson 
Kenneth Slowik 

Adagio for Strings.

Leonard Bernstein 

Adagio for Strings. Agnus Dei

Spano
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
  
Spano
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
  

Adagio for Strings. Essay for Orchestra No. 1

Arturo Toscanini 

Adagio for Strings. Nocturne. Sure on this shining night. Knoxville: Summer of 1915

Michael Tilson Thomas 

Adagio for Strings. The School for Scandal: Overture. Violin Concerto. Essay for Orchestra. Second Essay for Orchestra. Medea's Dance of Vengeance. Cello Sonata. Canzone for Flute and Piano. Excursions. Nocturne, “Homage to John Field.“ Summer Music. Souvenirs. Third Essay for Orchestra

Leonard Slatkin 

After the Concert

Giampaolo Nuti 

Agnus Dei

Dominic Martelli 
Dominic Martelli 
Richard Marlow 
Dale Warland 
Robert Shaw 
Harry Christophers 
Grant Llewellyn 
Joseph Flummerfelt 
Grant Llewellyn 
Joseph Flummerfelt 
Rodney Wynkoop 
Nicol Matt 
Robert Spano  
Westminster Ch 
Craig Hella Johnson  

Agnus Dei, op. 11

Pavel Kühn 
Eric Banks 

Agnus Dei. Part Songs

Ben Parry 

Agnus Dei. Reincarnations

Harry Christophers 
Harry Christophers 

Andromache's Farewell. Antony and Cleopatra: Give me some music; Give me my robe. I hear an army; Nocturne; Sure on this shining night. Vanessa: Must the winter come so soon; do not utter a word. Knoxville: Summer of 1915

Roberta Alexander 
Roberta Alexander 

Andromache’s Farewell

Jennifer Larmore
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Antony and Cleopatra

Hinds
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Jeffrey Wells 
Jeffrey Wells 
Jeffrey Wells 

Antony and Cleopatra: Give me my robe

Leontyne Price 

Antony and Cleopatra: Give Me My Robe

Alessandra Marc 

Antony and Cleopatra: Give Me My Robe (Leontyne Price)

Undetermined 

Arias by

Leontyne Price
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Arrangements for choir of instrumental music by

Laurence Equilbey 

Ballade

Bennett Lerner 
Peter Jablonski 
Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Giampaolo Nuti 

Ballade, op. 46

Daniel Pollack 
Jeanne Golan 
Stephen Beus 

Canzone

Carol Wincenc 
Alexa Still 
Gil Shaham 
Leonard Garrison
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Leonard Garrison
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Leonard Garrison
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aralee Dorough
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aralee Dorough
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aralee Dorough
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aralee Dorough
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aralee Dorough
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Marianne Gedigian 
Marianne Gedigian 

Canzone for Flute and Piano

Laurel Ann Maurer 
Leonard Slatkin 

Canzone, for Flute and Piano

Leone Buyse 

Canzone, op. 38

Robert Stallman 
Andrés Cárdenes 

Canzonetta

Greg Donovetsky 
Emily Pailthorpe 

Canzonetta for Oboe and Strings

Humbert Lucarelli 

Capricorn Concerto

Howard Hanson 
Christopher Hogwood 

Capricorn Concerto (J. Baker, fl; M. Miller, ob; H. Freistadt, tpt; Barber, cond; CBS SO) Live: 5/2/1945

Various 

Capricorn Concerto (J. Baker, fl; M. Miller, ob; H. Freistadt, tpt; Barber, cond; CBS SO. Live: 5/2/1945)

Various 

Capricorn Concerto. A Hand of Bridge. Mutations from Bach. Vanessa: Intermezzo. Canzonetta. Fadograph of a Yestern Scene

Marin Alsop 

Cello Concerto

Paul Tobias 
Erling Blöndahl Bengtsson 

Cello Concerto (Z. Nelsova, vc; Barber, cond; New SO of London) London 12/11/1950 [Decca LPS-332] (66:46) CD 6

Various 

Cello Concerto (Z. Nelsova, vc; Barber, cond; New SO of London. London 12/11/1950 [Decca LPS-332] CD 6: 66:46)

Various 

Cello Concerto in a, op. 22

Anne Gastinel 

Cello Concerto. Cello Sonata

Christian Poltéra 

Cello Sonata

Shauna Rolston 
Leonard Slatkin 
Kalin Ivanov 
Zuill Bailey 
Paul Watkins 

Cello Sonata (O. Cole, vc; V. Sokoloff, pn) Live: Philadelphia 1/28/1973

Various 

Cello Sonata (O. Cole, vc; V. Sokoloff, pn. Live: Philadelphia 1/28/1973)

Various 

Cello Sonata (Ralph Berkowitz, pn, 1947)

Gregor Piatigorsky 

Choral and Organ Works

Timothy Brown 
Filsell
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Choral Music

Timothy Brown 

Choral music by

John Scott
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Chorale Prelude on “Silent Night.“

Robert Grogan 

Choruses and arrangements by

Craig Hella Johnson 

Commando March

Cleveland Symphonic Winds 
Kazuyoshi Akiyama
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Jack Stamp 
Lowell Graham 
Lowell Graham 

Commando March (Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO) Live: Boston 10/30/1943 (78:35) CD 3

Various 

Commando March (Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO. Live: Boston 10/30/1943 - CD 3: 78:35)

Various 

Complete Music for Solo Piano

Jeffrey Jacob 

Complete Published Solo Piano Music

Daniel Pollack 

Complete Works for Solo Piano

Eric Parkin 

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra

Raya Garbousova 

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 22

Raphael Wallfisch 
Raphael Wallfisch 

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, op. 22

Yo-Yo Ma 

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

Eugene List 

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Adagio for Strings. Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance

Tedd Joselson 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Louis Kaufman 
Leonid Kogan 
Elmar Oliveira 
Elmar Oliveira 
Nadja Salemo-Sonnenberg 
Joshua Bell 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 14

Ruggiero Ricci 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 14

Louis Kaufman 
Hu Kun 
Gil Shaham 
Anne Akiko Meyers 
Ruggiero Ricci
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Ruggiero Ricci
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Itzhak Perlman 
Isaac Stern 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 14. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, op. 38. Souvenirs, op. 28

Yoel Levi 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. Capricorn Concerto

Leonard Slatkin
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra; Knoxville: Summer of 1915; Music for a Scene from Shelley

Ronald Thomas 

Despite and Still

Judith Kellock 

Despite and Still, op. 41

Eric Cutler 

Despite and Still. Hermit Songs

Melissa Fogarty 

Despite and Still: A Last Song; My Lizard; In the Wilderness; Solitary Hotel; Despite and Still

Christopher Tråkas 

Die Natali (Munch, cond; Boston SO) Live: Boston 12/23/1960

Various 

Die Natali (Munch, cond; Boston SO. Live: Boston 12/23/1960)

Various 

Dover Beach

Marilyn Horne 
Jonathan Lemalu 
Ying Str Qrt 
Kitty Whately 

Dover Beach (Barber, bar; Curtis Qrt. 5/13/1935 [Victor-8998])

Various 

Dover Beach (Barber, bar; Curtis Qt. 5/13/1935 [Victor-8998])

Various 

Dover Beach. String Quartet

Leslie Guinn 

Easter Chorale (arr. Kyr)

Craig Hella Johnson  

Easter Chorale. Happy Birthday, Sam Barber

Eric Banks 

Essay for Orchestra No. 1

Michael Tilson Thomas 

Essay No. 1

Eugene Ormandy 
Howard Hanson 

Essay No. 1 (Szell, 1950)

New York P SO
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Essay No. 1 (Toscanini, cond; NBC SO) Live: Studio 8H 11/5/1938

Various 

Essay No. 1 (Toscanini, cond; NBC SO. Live: Studio 8H 11/5/1938)

Various 

Essay No. 1 for Orchestra

Moscow PO
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Essay No. 1. Capricorn Concerto

Louise di Tullio 
Keith Clark 

Essay No. 2

Symphonie Canadiana 

Essay No. 2 (B. Walter, cond; NY Phil) Live: Carnegie Hall 4/16/1942

Various 

Essay No. 2 (B. Walter, cond; NY Phil. Live: Carnegie Hall 4/16/1942)

Various 

Essay No. 2. Music for a Scene from Shelley, Serenade for Strings. A Hand of Bridge -. A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map. Adagio for Strings. Let Down the Bars, O Death!

Vladimir Golschmann 

Essay No. 3, Op. 47

Stanley Drucker 
Stanley Drucker 

Essays for Orchestra: 1-3

Leonard Slatkin 

Essays for Orchestra: Nos. 1, 2, 3

Neemi Järvi 

Essays: No. 1; No. 2; No. 3. Medea's Dance of Vengeance. Overture to the School for Scandal. Adagio foť Strings

Leonard Slatkin
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Excursion No. 4

David Dubai 

Excursions

Eric Parkin 
Leonard Slatkin 
Rick Rowley
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Jocelyn Swigger 
Christopher Harding 

Excursions (Rudolf Firkusny, pn. New York City 11/17/1950 [Columbia ML-2174])

Various 

Excursions (Rudolf Firkušný, pn. New York City 11/17/1950 [Columbia ML-2174])

Various 

Excursions for Piano, Op. 20

Carol Honigberg 

Excursions, op. 20

Eva Knardahl 
Daniel Pollack 

Excursions, Op. 20, Sonata for Piano, Op. 26. Nocturne, Op. 33. Ballade, Op. 46

Angela Brownridge 

Excursions, op. 20. Piano Sonata, op. 26. Souvenirs, op. 28. Nocturne, op. 33. Ballade, op. 46

Jeffrey Jacob 

Excursions, op. 20. Sonata, op. 26. Souvenirs, op. 28. Nocturne, op. 33. Ballade, op. 46

Eric Parkin 

Excursions, op. 20: Nos. 1, 2, 4

Vladimir Horowitz 

Excursions. Nocturne, “Homage to John Field”

Stephen Beus 

Excursions: In Slow Blues Tempo

Leo Smit 

Excursions: Slow Blues

Noel Lester 

Four Excursions

Nadia Reisenberg
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Nadia Reisenberg
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Nadia Reisenberg
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Four Excursions, op. 20. Nocturne, op. 33 (“Homage to John Field“). Ballade, op. 46. Piano Sonata, op. 26

Angela Brownridge 

Four Songs, op. 13

Craig Morris 

Heaven-Haven (A Nun takes the Veil)

Thomas Colohan 

Heaven-Haven, op. 13, no. 1. Let down the bars, O Death, op. 8, no. 2. Reincarnations, op. 16. Two Songs, op. 42

Peter Rutenberg 

Heaven-Haven, op. 13/1

Eric Banks 

Hermit Songs

Penelope Price Jones 
Barbara Bonney 
Emalie Savoy 

Hesitation Tango

Svetozar Ivanov
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Svetozar Ivanov
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Svetozar Ivanov
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

HISTORICAL RECORDINGS: 1935–1960

Various 
Various 

HISTORICAL RECORDINGS: 1935–60

Various
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Horizon. Summer Music for Woodwind Quintet. Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Serenade for String Orchestra, op. V. Capricorn Concerto for Flute, Oboe, Horn, and Orchestra

Donald Barra 

Interlude I

Debra Torok 

Interlude I (1931)

Daniel Pollack 

Interlude I, op. posth. Excursions. Piano Sonata. Souvenirs. Nocturne. Ballade

Leon McCawley 

Interludes I, II

Giampaolo Nuti 

Knoxville Summer of 1915

Upshaw
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915

Evelyn Lear 
Kathleen Battle 
Stephen Somary 
Eleanor Steber 
Michael Tilson Thomas 
Kathleen Battle
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Renée Fleming 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (E. Steber, sop; E. Biltcliffe, pn) Live: Carnegie Hall 10/1958

Various 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (E. Steber, sop; E. Biltcliffe, pn. Live: Carnegie Hall 10/1958)

Various 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Adagio for Strings

Richard Hickox 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Antony and Cleopatra: Two Scenes

Leontyne Price 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Capricorn Concerto

David Curtis  

Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Toccata festiva. Essay No. 2. Essay No. 3

Marin Alsop 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915: original version (E. Farrell, sop; B. Herrmann, cond; CBS SO) Live: 6/19/1949

Various 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915: original version (E. Farrell, sop; B. Herrmann, cond; CBS SO. Live: 6/19/1949)

Various 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915: revised version (L. Price, sop; T. Schippers, cond; NY Phil) Live: Carnegie Hall 11/15/1959

Various 

Knoxville: Summer of 1915: revised version (L. Price, sop; T. Schippers, cond; NY Phil. Live: Carnegie Hall 11/15/1959)

Various 

Knoxville—Summer of 1915

Dawn Upshaw 

Love Song

Bennett Lerner 

Medea (Orchestral Suite). Essay No. 3. Fadograph of a Yestern Scene

Andrew Schenck 

Medea (Original Ballet)

Andrew Schenck 

Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance

Israelievitch
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, op. 23a

Sir Neville Marriner 

Medea: Ballet Suite, op. 23

Samuel Barber 

Medea: Suite (Barber, cond; New SO of London. London 12/12/1950 [Decca LX-3049])

Various 

Medea: Suite (Barber, cond; New SO of London. London 12/12/1950 [Decca LX-3049]); Medea’s Meditation and Dance of Vengeance (Mitropoulos, cond; NY Phil. Live: Carnegie Hall 3/16/1958 CDs 1, 2: 156:43)

Various 

Medea’s Dance of Vengeance

Michael Tilson Thomas 
Lowell Graham 

Medea’s Meditation and Dance of Vengeance

Leonard Slatkin 

Medea’s Meditation and Dance of Vengeance (Mitropoulos, 1956)

New York P SO
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Medea’s Meditation and Dance of Vengeance (Mitropoulos, cond; NY Phil. Live: Carnegie Hall 3/16/1958 (156:43) CDs 1, 2)

Various 

Menotti on Barber’s 70th Birthday(Philadelphia 3/9/1980. Interview by James Fassett, New York City 3/16/1958 CD 8: 79:37)

Various 

Menotti on Barber’s 70th Birthday, Philadelphia 3/9/1980. Interview by James Fassett, New York City 3/16/1958 (79:37) CD 8

Various 

Motetto

Eric Banks 

Music by

Fennell
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Szell
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Robert Stallman
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Roberta Alexander 
Sagstad
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Cliburn
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Music for a Scene from Shelley

George Szell 

Music for a Scene from Shelley. Souvenirs. Serenade

Marin Alsop 

Music of

Richard Marlow 
Vance George 
Christopher Monks 
Stade
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Mutations from Bach

Christopher Larkin 
Eric Crees 
Christopher Larkin 

Mutations from Bach “Christe, du Lamm Gottes“

Lutz Köhler 

Mélodies passagères

Thomas Michael Allen 

Mélodies Passagères, op. 27

Maureen Forrester 

Mélodies passagères, op. 27. Canzone, op. 38

Paula Robison 

Mélodies passagères. 4 Songs

James Litton 

Nocturne

Leonard Slatkin 
Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Nocturne, op. 13/4

Michael Sheppard 
Michael Sheppard 

Nocturne, op. 33

Daniel Pollack 
Jeanne Golan 

Nocturne, op. 33, “Homage to John Field”

Ulrich Roman Murtfeld 

Nocturne. The Daisies. Sleep Now

Leontyne Price 

Notes on the performances (In English, by Barbara Heyman, and in French, by Pierre Brevignon, CD 9: CD-ROM)

Various 

Nuvoletta

Melissa Fogarty 

Op. 45: No. 7 Now Have I Fed and Eaten Up the Rose; No. 2, A Green Lowland of Pianos; No. 3, O Boundless, Boundless Evening. I Hear an Army, Op. 10, no. 3. Nocturne, Op. 13, no. 4

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 

Orchestral and Chamber Works

Leonard Slatkin
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Overture to "The School for Scandal"

Leonard Slatkin 

Overture to The School for Scandal

Marin Alsop 
Gerard Schwarz  

Overture to the School for Scandal

Col. Larry H. Lang
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Col. Larry H. Lang
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Col. Larry H. Lang
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Col. Larry H. Lang
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Col. Larry H. Lang
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Overture to The School for Scandal (W. Janssen, cond; Janssen SO of Los Angeles. Los Angeles 3/11/1942 [Victor 11-8591])

Various 
Various 

Overture to “The School for Scandal,“ op. 5. Symphony No. 1, op. 9

Neemi Järvi 

Overture to “The School for Scandal. “ Adagio for Strings. Essays for Orchestra: No. 1; No. 2. Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Medea's Dance of Vengeance

Yoel Levi 

Overture to “The School for Scandal.“ Adagio for Strings. Essay No. 2. Medea's Dance of Vengeance. Vanessa: Interlude. Andromache's Farewell

Thomas Schippers 

Piano Concerto

Xiayin Wang 
Xiayin Wang 
Xiayin Wang 
Xiayin Wang 
Keith Jarrett 
Keith Jarrett 

Piano Concerto. Essays for Orchestra: Nos. 1–3

Daniel Kawka 

Piano Concerto. Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, op 29A. Die natali, op. 37. Commando March

Marin Alsop 

Piano Concerto. Nocturne for Piano (Homage to John Field)

Elizabeth Joy Roe 

Piano Music

Angela Brownridge 
McCawley
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
  

Piano Sonata

José Carlos Cocarelli 
John Browning 
Earl Wild 
Terence Judd 
Madeleine Forte 
Madeleine Forte 
Marc-André Hamelin 
Diane Walsh 
Stephen Beus 
Joel Fan 
Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Madeleine Forte
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Van Cliburn 
Nicholas Zumbro
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Nicholas Zumbro
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Leon McCawley  
Lori Sims 
Ashley Wass 
Ashley Wass 
Catherine Gordeladze
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Catherine Gordeladze
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Catherine Gordeladze
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Catherine Gordeladze
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Dominic John 

Piano Sonata in e♭

Marc-André Hamelin 
Christopher Harding 

Piano Sonata in E♭ minor, Op. 26

Claude Maillols 

Piano Sonata in E♭ minor, Op. 26. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 38

Carol Honigberg 

Piano Sonata, Op. 26

Terence Judd 

Piano Sonata, op. 26

Willis Delony 
Vladimir Horowitz 
Peter Lawson 
Diane Walsh 
Van Cliburn 
Jørgen Larsen 
Daniel Pollack 
Jeanne Golan 
John Owings 

Piano Sonata, op. 26. Excursions, op. 20

Joanna MacGregor 

Piano Sonata.

John Browning 

Piano Sonata. Nocturne

Jeffrey Jacob 

Prayers of Kierkegaard

Ch of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 
Robert Shaw 
Shaw
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Prayers of Kierkegaard (arr. J. Koch)

Michael Bojesen 

Prayers of Kierkegaard (L. Price, sop; J. Kraft, mez; E. Munore, ten; Munch, cond; Boston SO) Live: Boston 12/3/1954

Various 

Prayers of Kierkegaard (L. Price, sop; Munch, cond; Boston SO. Live: Boston 12/3/1954)

Various 

Prayers of Kierkegaard. Die Natali

Jorge Mester 
Mester
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Prelude and Fugue

Iain Quinn 

Rain has fallen

Kirsten Flagstad 

Reincarnations

Donn Weiss 
Clara Longstreth 
Charles Bruffy 
Karen P. Thomas 
Craig Hella Johnson  
Patrick Dupré Quigley 

Reincarnations, op. 16

Eric Banks 
Ben Parry 

School for Scandal Overture

Claudio Arrau 
Howard Hanson 

School for Scandal Overture, op. 5

Gerard Schwarz 

Sea-Snatch. I Hear an Army. Sure on This Shining Night. Bessie Bobtail

Samuel Ramey 

Second Essay

Leonard Bernstein
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Second Essay for Orchestra

Jackson Leung 

Serenade

Ying Str Qrt 

Serenade for String Orchestra, Op. 1

Los Angeles C O 

Serenade for String Quartet, op. 1. Three Songs, op. 2. Dover Beach, op. 3. Three Songs, op. 10. String Quartet, op. 11. Three Songs, op. 45. Miscellaneous Songs

Thomas Allen
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Serenade for Strings

Nicolas Flagello 

Serenade for Strings, op. 1

Nicolas Flagello 

Serenade, Op. 1

Rome C O 
Los Angeles C O 

Serenade. Adagio for Strings

Do.gma C O 

Solitary Hotel

Paul Sperry 
Felicity Lott 

Sonata for Cello and Piano

Harry Clark 
Jeffrey Solow 
Mirecourt Tr 
Terry King 

Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 6

Charles McCracken 

Sonata for Cello and Piano, op. 6

Steven Honigberg 
Yehuda Hanani 
Leonard Rose 
Rhonda Rider 
Gordon Epperson 

Sonata for Cello and Piano, op. 6. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, op. 22. Adagio for Strings, op. 11

Ralph Kirshbaum 

Sonata for Cello and Piano, op. 6. Songs (arr. B. Merita); With Rue My Heart is Laden, op. 2, no. 2; Sure on This Shining Night, op. 13, no. 3

Jian Wang 

Sonata for Piano

David Allen Wehr 
Steven Graff 
Yeol Eum Son 
Ulrich Roman Murtfeld 

Sonata for Piano, Op. 26

Kartrina Krimsky 

Sonata for Piano, Op. 26. Excursions, Op. 20. Nocturne, Op. 33. Ballade, Op. 46

Jo Alfidi 

Sonata for Piano. Souvenirs. Nocturne

Ruth Laredo 

Sonata in C minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 6

Michael Rudiakov 

Sonata, Op. 26

Vladimir Horowitz 

Songs

Glenda Maurice 
Steber
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Judith Kellock 

Songs arias by

Upshaw
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Songs (9): Op. 10, nos. 2-3; Op. 13, nos. 1-4; Op. 45, nos. 1-3

Glenda Maurice 

Songs (complete)

Studer
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Songs by

Lyne Comtois 
Nathan Gunn 

Songs, op. 10, No. 2; No. 3. Four Songs, op. 13. Three Songs, op. 45

Glenda Maurice 

Songs, ops. 2, 10, 13, 18, 25, 29, 41

Alexander
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Souvenirs

Malinova Sisters 
Dorella Sarlo
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Margarita Malinova 
Nadia and Vladimir Zaitsev 
Nadia and Vladimir Zaitsev 
Georgia and Louise Mangos 
Georgia Mangos 
Daniel Pollack
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Kenneth Tse
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Kenneth Tse
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Giampaolo Nuti 
C Music Society of Lincoln Center 

Souvenirs (A. Gold and R. Fizdale, pn) 8/15/1952 [Columbia ML-4855] (69:47) CD 7

Various 

Souvenirs (excerpts)

Leonard Slatkin 

Souvenirs (Gold and Fizdale, pn. 8/15/1952 [Columbia ML-4855] CD 7: 69:47)

Various 

Souvenirs, Op. 28

Donn-Alexandre Feder 

Souvenirs, op. 28

Andrew Schenck 
Daniel Pollack 
Lara Dowries 
Stephen Beus 

Souvenirs, op. 28: Hesitation Tango

Ming Xie 

Souvenirs. Canzonetta for Oboe and Strings

José Serebrier 

Souvenirs. Excursions. Nocturne. Ballade

Leon McCawley  

Souvenirs: Hesitation Tango

José Serebrier 

String Quartet

Diotima Qrt 
Cypress Str Qrt 
James Ehnes 

String Quartet (inc. original finale)

Ying Str Qrt 

String Quartet in b

Cypress Str Qrt 

String Quartet in b, op. 11

Serafin Str Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Serafin Str Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Serafin Str Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Serafin Str Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

String Quartet No. 1: Adagio

Keller Qrt 

String Quartet, Op. 11

Dickermann Qrt 

String Quartet, op. 11

Chester Str Qrt 
Emerson Str Qrt 
Louisa Fuller 
Brodsky Qrt 

String Quartet. Dover Beach. Serenade

Alexander Str Qrt 

String Quartet: original version (Curtis Qt) Live: Philadelphia 3/14/1938

Various 

String Quartet: original version (Curtis Qt. Live: Philadelphia 3/14/1938)

Various 

Summer Music

Theresa Tunnicliff 
Westwood Wind Qnt 
Westwood Wind Qnt 
Aspen Wind Qnt 
Lieurance Woodwind Qnt 
Leonard Slatkin 
Les Vents Français 
London Winds 
London Winds 
London Winds
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Emily Pailthorpe 

Summer Music for Woodwind Quintel, Op. 31

Barry Tuckwell Wind Qnt 

Summer Music, Op. 31

Soni Ventorum Wind Qnt 
Bergen Wind Qnt 
Bergen Wind Qnt 
Winds of the Esbjerg Ens 

Summer Music, op. 31

Ens Wien-Berlin 
Reykjavik Wind Qnt 

Sure on This Shining Night

Elg 
Zuill Bailey 

Sure on this Shining Night

Craig Hella Johnson  

Sure on this Shining Night, op. 13, no. 3

Elly Ameling 

Sure on this shining night, op. 13, no. 3

Robert White 

Sure on This Shining Night, op. 13/ 3

Eric Banks 

Sure on this Shining Night, op. 13/3

Mary Wannamaker Huff 

Sure on this shining night. Dover Beach

Gerald Finley 

Sure on This Shining Night. Pas de deux. Vanessa: Under the Willow Tree

Vincent Metallo 
Vincent Metallo 

Sure on This Shining Night. The Monk and His Cat

Felicity Lott 

Sure on This Shinning Night, op. 13, no. 3

Bethany Beardslee 

Symphonies: No. 1; No. 2. First Essay for Orchestra

Marin Alsop 

Symphonies: Nos. 1 and 2. Overture to The School for Scandal. Essay [No. 1] for Orchestra

Marin Alsop
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 1

JoAnn Falletta 
Robert Spano 
Robert Spano 
Spano
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Robert Spano 
Wolfgang Sawallisch 
Howard Hanson 
Howard Hanson 
Hanson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 1 ; Essays for Orchestra Nos. 1 and 2; Night Flight

London SO 

Symphony No. 1 in One Movement, Op. 9. Essays for Orchestra: No. 1, Op. 12; No. 2, Op. 17. Night Flight, Op. 19a

London SO
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 1. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra . Souvenirs*-

Leonard Slatkin 

Symphony No. 1. Essays for Orchestra: No. 1; No. 2. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Overture to “The School for Scandal. “ Adagio for Strings

David Zinman 

Symphony No. 1. Essays for Orchestra: No. 1; No. 2. Night Flight

David Measham 

Symphony No. 1: original version (Rodzinski, cond; NBC SO) Live: Studio 8H 4/2/1938

Various 

Symphony No. 1: original version (Rodzinski, cond; NBC SO. Live: Studio 8H 4/2/1938)

Various 

Symphony No. 1: revised version (B. Walter, cond; NY Phil) Live: Carnegie Hall 3/12/1944

Various 

Symphony No. 1: revised version (B. Walter, cond; NY Phil. Live: Carnegie Hall 3/12/1944)

Various 

Symphony No. 2, op. 19. Cello Concerto, op. 22

Samuel Barber 

Symphony No. 2. Adagio for Strings

Neemi Järvi 

Symphony No. 2. Commando March

Serge Koussevitzky 

Symphony No. 2. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Essay No. 1. Overture to the School for Scandal. Adagio for Strings

Andrew Schenck
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 2. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Essay No. 1. The School for Scandal Overture. Adagio for Strings

Schenck
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 2. Overture to the School for Scandal. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Essay No. 1 for Orchestra. Adagio for Strings

Schenck
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 2: original version (Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO) Live: Boston 3/4/1944. Symphony No. 2: revised version (Barber, cond; New SO of London) London 12/13/1950 [Decca LX-3050]. Symphony No. 2: revised version (Barber, cond; Boston SO) Rehearsal: Boston 4/1951 (79:37) CD 4

Various 

Symphony No. 2: original version (Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO. Live: Boston 3/4/1944)

Various 

Symphony No. 2: revised version (Barber, cond; Boston SO. Rehearsal: Boston 4/1951 CD 4: 79:37)

Various 

Symphony No. 2: revised version (Barber, cond; New SO of London. London 12/13/1950 [Decca LX-3050])

Various 

Ten Unpublished Songs. Three Songs, op. 2. Dover Beach, op. 3. Three Songs, op. 10. Four Songs, op. 73'. Two Songs, op. JS. Nuvoletta, op. 25 . Mélodies passagères, op. 27. Hermit Songs, op. 29. Despite and Still, op. 41. Three Songs, op. 45

Cheryl Studer 

The Daisies, op.2/1

Mary Wannamaker Huff 

The Daisies. St. Ita’s Vision

Michael Sheppard 
Michael Sheppard 

The Hermit Songs (selections), Op. 29 (arr. Palmer.)

Todd Palmer 

The Lovers (arr. Kyr)

Craig Hella Johnson  

The Lovers. Prayers of Kierkegaard

Andrew Schenck 
Andrew Schenck
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Schenck
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

The School for Scandal Overture

RAI SO of Rome 
Michael Tilson Thomas 

The Songs (complete)

Cheryl Studer 

Themes. Petite Berceuse. Three Sketches. Prelude to a tragic drama. Fresh from West Chester (Some Jazzings). To Aunt Maime on Her Birthday. Essays I–III

Giampaolo Nuti 

There’s nae lark. The Beggar’s Song. In the dark pinewood. Bessie Bobtail. Hermit Songs. 3 Songs. Mélodies passagères. The daisies. With rue my heart is laden. Nocturne, op. 13/4

Gerald Finley 

Third Essay for Orchestra, Op. 47

Stanley Drucker 

Third Essay for Orchestra, op. 47

Zubin Mehta 

Three Essays for Orchestra: No. 1, op. 12; No. 2, op. 17; No. 3, op. 47

Neemi Järvi 
Neemi Järvi 

Three Sketches. Fresh from West Chester. Interludes I and II. Four Excursions. Sonata for Piano. Nocturne. After the Concert. Ballade

Lilia Boyadjieva
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Three Songs, op. 2. Three Songs, op. 10. Four Songs, op. 13. Two Songs, op. 18. Nuvoletta, op. 25. Hermit Songs, op. 29. Despite and Still, op. 41

Roberta Alexander 

Three Songs, op. 45

Sharon Mabry 

Three Songs, Op. 45. Two Songs

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 

To be sung on the water, op. 47/2

Thomas Colohan 

To be Sung on the Water. Twelfth Night

Eric Banks 

Toccata festiva

Weir
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
David Schrader 
David Schrader 
Gillian Weir 
Olivier Latry 
Eschenbach
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Toccata Festiva

Jean-Pierre Ferey 

Two Choruses, op. 42

Craig Hella Johnson  

Two Choruses, op. 8

Craig Hella Johnson  

Two Choruses, op. 8. Agnus Dei, op. 11. From Songs, op. 13: A Nun Takes the Veil; Sure on This Shining Night. A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map, op. 15. Reincarnations, op. 16. From Hermit Songs, op. 29: The Monk and His Cat. Vanessa, op. 32: Excerpt. Antony and Cleopatra, op. 40: Two Excerpts. Two Choruses, op. 42

Timothy Brown 

Two Choruses, op. 8. Agnus Dei. God's Grandeur. Reincarnations, op. 16. Two Choruses, op. 42. Miscellaneous Choral Settings (see below)

Leonard Slatkin
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Vanessa

Dimitri Mitropoulos
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Dimitri Mitropoulos 
Gil Rose 
Leonard Slatkin 
Christine Brewer
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Dimitri Mitropoulos 

Vanessa (Mitropoulos, cond; Steber, Gedda, Elias, Resnik, Tozzi; Metropolitan Op. Live: New York 2/1/1958. )

Various 

Vanessa (Mitropoulos, cond; Steber, Gedda, Elias, Resnik, Tozzi; Metropolitan Op. Live: New York 2/1/1958.)

Various 

Vanessa: 2 Excerpts. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Medea’s Meditation and Dance of Vengeance

Neemi Järvi 

Vanessa: Do not utter a word

Helen-Kay Eberly 
Helen-Kay Eberly 

Vanessa: Excerpts. Music for a Scene from Shelley. Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance

Järvi
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Vanessa: Intermezzo; Under the Willow Tree. Music for a Scene from Shelley, op. 7. Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, op. 23a

Neemi Järvi 
Neemi Järvi 

Violin Concerto

Ricci
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Shaham
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Ruggiero Ricci 
Walter Verdehr 
Hahn
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Hahn
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Leonard Slatkin 
Marin Alsop 
Michael Tilson Thomas 
James Ehnes 
Andrés Cárdenes 
Vadim Gluzman 
Vadim Gluzman 
Dylana Jenson 
Jenson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Cárdenes
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Serge Koussevitzky 
Thomas Bowes 
Alexander Gilman 
Ittai Shapira  
Ittai Shapira  
Ruth Posselt 
Zina Schiff 
Gil Shaham 
Anne Akiko Meyers 
Josef Stránský 

Violin Concerto (Kurt Masur, cond, 10/3–5/1996)

Glenn Dicterow 

Violin Concerto (Lola Bobesco, vn)

Jascha Horenstein 
Jascha Horenstein 
Jascha Horenstein 

Violin Concerto (Sixten Ehrling, cond; Stockholm PO or Stockholm Radio O) Live: Stockholm, date unknown (75:43)

Camilla Wicks 
Camilla Wicks 
Camilla Wicks 

Violin Concerto. Adagio for Strings

Mikhail Simonyan 

Violin Concerto. Adagio for Strings. Let Down the Bars, O Death. Heaven-Haven. The Virgin Martyrs; God's Grandeur. Piano Concerto

Thomas Sanderling
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Violin Concerto: original version (A. Spalding, vn; Ormandy, cond; Philadelphia O) Live: Philadelphia 2/7/1941 (61:12) CD 5

Various 

Violin Concerto: original version (A. Spalding, vn; Ormandy, cond; Philadelphia O. Live: Philadelphia 2/7/1941 CD 5: 61:12)

Various 

Violin Concerto: revised version (R. Posselt, vn; Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO) Live: Boston 1/7/1949

Various 

Violin Concerto: revised version (R. Posselt, vn; Koussevitzky, cond; Boston SO. Live: Boston 1/7/1949)

Various 

Wondrous Love

Iain Quinn 

Wondrous Love—Variations on a Shape-note Hymn

Robert Grogan 

Works by

Donald Berman 
Michel Becquet 

 

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