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Music library

 

Our library contains a vast amount of music , gathered from collections around the world. It consists, in part, of music which is often requested – timeless gems of favorite composers and titles. The lists you see below are a tiny percentage of our music holdings.

Equally important for you , we have an extraordinarily large collection of music which may be unfamiliar, but it is comprised of equally well crafted and delightful melodies. (In fact, a percentage of the music we play is quite rare and can be found only in our library!) When you consult with us, we will match our music with the mood you wish to set, the activities you are planning, and the many other factors that are part of your event. Often, a mixture of familiar and new sounds provides the best programing for the occasion.

Please feel free to request any of the composers and titles you see in our listings here, and ask for other recommendations from the large selection of music that we can offer. You may get some ideas from our Music styles page, and please listen to some of the selections on the Demo tracks page.

Concert and art music repertoire

Albinoni: Adagio
Bach: Air on a G String, Arioso, Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Louré, Sheep May Safely Graze, Brandenburg Concerti, Allelui
Beethoven: Adagio (Pathétique Sonata)
Bizet: Pastorale, Intermezzo (Carmen)
Boccherini: Minuet
Brahms: Minuets, Waltzes
Charpentier: Te Deum
Chopin: Variations
Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary
Debussy: The Bells, Clair de Lune, Reverie, Romance, Arabesque, Prélude à L’Après-midi d’un Faun
Delibes: Mazurka
Dvorak: Indian Lament, Slavonic Dances
Dubois: Toccata
Elgar: Salut D’amour
Faure: Après un Reve, Berceuse, Pie Jesu (Requiem), Sicilienne, Élégie
Franck: Panis Angelicus
Gabrieli: Canzoni
Gabriele-Marie: La Cinquantaine
Gluck: Dance of the Blessed Spirits
Gounod: Ave Maria
Grieg: Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
Handel: Let the Bright Seraphim, Pastoral Symphony, Overture (Royal Fireworks), Xerxes, Water Music, Concerto Grossi, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, Messiah
Heuberger: Midnight Bells
Ivanovici: Danube Waves (“Anniversary Waltz”)
Kreisler: Liebesfreud, Liebesleid, Romance, Rondino, Schon Rösmarin, Viennese Refrain
Lehar: Frasquita, Vilia, Yours is My Heart Alone
Liszt: Liebestraum (Dream of Love)
MacDowell: To a Wild Rose
Mascagni: Intermezzo Rusticano
Massenet: Meditation (Thais), Prelude
Melchior: Adagio
Mendelssohn: On Wings of Song, Wedding March (traditional recessional)
Mozart: Minuet, Sonata, Alleluia
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
Offenbach: Belle Nuit (Barcarolle)
Pachelbel: Canon
Puccini: Gianni Schicchi, Muzetta’s Waltz
Purcell: Trumpet Tune
Rachmaninoff: 18th Variation, Vocalise, Rhapsodie on Paganini
Ravel: Pavane
Saint-Saens: The Swan
Satie: Gymnopedies
Schubert: Moment Musicale, Serenade, Ave Maria
Schumann: Traumerei, Romance, Piano Quintet
Verdi: Quartet
Telemann: Allegro (Trumpet Concerto)
Torelli: Trumpet Concerto
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons, Largo (Guitar Concerto), Allegro (Concerto for Two Trumpets)
Wagner: Bridal Chorus (traditional processional)
Waldteufel: Skaters Waltz
Walton: Crown Imperial
Widor: Toccata

…thousands more from the classical, light classical, and salon traditions

Popular Songs

Harris: After the Ball
Hupfeld: As Time Goes By
Gershwin: Bidin’ My Time
Porter: Could It Be You
Marchetti: Fascination
Kern: La Vie en Rose
Kaper: San Francisco
Romberg: Serenade
Sieczynsji: Vienna, City of My Dreams
Berlin: What’ll I Do?

…thousands more by these and other composers from Tin Pan Alley onward

Broadway Shows

Camelot, Carnival, Carousel, Music Man, Annie, Brigadoon, Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, Babes in Arms, Dream Girls, My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof

…many more, plus the entire Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire

Johann Strauss

Accelerations, Annie Polka, Artist’s Life, Beauty of May, Blue Danube, Emperor, Kiss Waltz, Morning Leaves, Myrtle Blossoms, My Vienna, Nymph of the Danube, Radetzky March, Roses from the South, Souvenir of Vienna, Sweetheart, Tales from the Vienna Woods, Thousand and One Nights, Tick Tock Polka, Trish Trash Polka, Vienna Life

…many more waltzes, polkas, and marches by other composers in the Viennese tradition



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