Breathe: The Relaxing Strings

Breathe: The Relaxing Strings

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  1. Summa, for string orchestra  - Arvo Pärt  - Anilda Carrasquillo  - Rudolf Werthen  -  I Fiamminghi, The Orchestra of Flanders
  2. Fantasy on a Hymn Tune by Justin Morgan for double string quartet and string orchestra  - Thomas Canning  - Anilda Carrasquillo  -  Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra  - Jesús López-Cobos
  3. Fantasia on Greensleeves, for harp, flute & strings (arranged by R. Greaves; from the opera "Sir John In Love")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Anilda Carrasquillo  -  Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra  - Leonard Slatkin
  4. Voyage for flute & string orchestra  - John Corigliano  - Anilda Carrasquillo  - Paul Edmund-Davies  - Rudolf Werthen  -  I Fiamminghi, The Orchestra of Flanders
  5. The Lark Ascending, romance for violin & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - André Previn  - Anilda Carrasquillo  - Barry Griffiths  -  Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  6. Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068: Air  - Johann Sebastian Bach  -  Boston Baroque  - Anilda Carrasquillo  - Martin Pearlman
  7. Danses sacrée et profane, for chromatic harp & string orchestra, L. 103  - Claude Debussy  - Anilda Carrasquillo  -  Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra  - Leonard Slatkin  - Frances Tietov
  8. Serenade for string orchestra in E major, B. 52 (Op. 22): Moderato  - Antonin Dvorák  - Anilda Carrasquillo  -  Royal Philharmonic Orchestra  - Charles Rosekrans
  9. Nocturne for string orchestra (arranged by Malcolm Sargent from String Quartet No. 2)  - Anilda Carrasquillo  - Alexander Borodin  -  Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra  - Leonard Slatkin

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Breathe: The Relaxing Strings 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I work at Barnes and Noble...and we have this c.d to play overhead...and I just have to say, it's amazing. I love it, it has two of my favorite composers on it, Vaughan Williams and Dvorak...You won't be dissapointed.