CBS Great Peformances #90; LP MY38482
Pachelbel-Leppard Cannon in D Major,
Handel: "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" from Solomon,
Bach: "Sinfonia" from CAntata No 156,
Handel-Leppard: "Sara Bande" from Harpsichord suite in D Minor,
Bach "Air" from Suite No 3 in D Major for Orchestra, BVW 1068,
Purcell; "Rondeau" from Abelazer,
Bach: "Bandinerie" from Suit No 2 in B Minor for Flute and Strings, BWV 1067,
Albinoni-Giazotto: "Adagio" for Organ and Strings in G Minor,
Vivaldi: "Allegro" from Concerto in C Major for Mandolin, Strings, and Harpsichord,
Vivaldi's "Andante" from Concerto in G Major for Two Mandolins
Mouret: "Rondeau" from First Symphonic Suite'
Marc-Antoine Charpenteir-Leppard: "Introduction" from TE Deum in d Major,
Alessandro Marcello: "Adagio" from Concerto in D Minor for Oboe and Strings,
Jeremiah Clarke: The Prince of Denmark's March
If you have even a passing fancy for Baroque music this is a must have. The performances are stellar, the engineering and mix jobs are audiphile quaility. This record brings you through all kinds of emotions, raises tears and goosebumps, foot tapping and an inner sense of peace. It is quite excellent.
I would imagine if you scoured the internet you would find this LP. I know the CDs are readily available.
I have several of this series of recordings in my collection, this is a new addition and I am very grateful to George for enabling me to add this to it.
This is the best performances thus far I've heard of Pachelbel's Cannon and it absolutely the greatest performance of Albinoni's Adagio.