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Praise for Happiness, Healing, Enhancement «Filled with good strategies based in research, compelling case material, and most importantly, practical advice, this book belongs in the library of everyone interested in what it means to live well. It provides not only ample food for thought, but for action.» —Christopher Peterson, Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan «If you are a therapist, a coach—or if you want to help yourself and others flourish—then this book is a must-read. It is an important theoretical and practical contribution to the field of positive psychology—and, in fact, to the field of psychology as a whole.» —Tal Ben-Shahar, author of Happier and The Pursuit of Perfect A practical guide to applying the principles of positive psychology in your mental health practice Edited by internationally recognized psychologist, author, and therapist trainer George Burns, Happiness, Healing, Enhancement: Your Casebook Collection for Applying Positive Psychology in Therapy provides thought-provoking yet realistic and practical contributions from practitioners of positive psychology from around the world who share how they have translated solid, positive psychology research into sound clinical practice. Organized to make searching for a particular diagnostic category or therapeutic outcome fast and easy, this guide features: Contributions from some of the world's foremost positive psychology clinicians, researchers, and teachers, including P. Alex Linley, Betty Alice Erickson, Robert Weis, Antonella Delle Fave, Richard G. Tedeschi, Robert Biswas-Diener, Michael D. Yapko, and Bill O'Hanlon Examples and strategies including a «Putting It into Practice» feature that illustrates how readers can immediately apply the therapeutic applications covered in each chapter Building on the proven benefits of the positive psychology movement, Happiness, Healing, Enhancement will teach you new skills that will strengthen your practice of therapy and equip your clients with the pathways to overcome challenging problems and live a full, satisfying life.
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Содержание: 1-я часть 001. Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 In F Major, BWV 1046: Allegro (3:57) 002. Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 In F Major, BWV 1047: Andante (4:25) 003. Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 In G Major, BWV 1049: Allegro (7:33) 004. Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 In G Major, BWV 1049: Andante (2:50) 005. Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major, BWV 1048: Allegro (3:18) 006. Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 In G Major, BWV 1051: Adagio Ma Non Troppo (4:32) 007. Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 In G Major, BWV 1051: Allegro (6:00) 008. Suite No. 2 In B Minor, BWV 1067: Rondeau (1:30) 009. Suite No. 2 In B Minor, BWV 1067: Bourree I & II (4:28) 010. Suite No. 2 In B Minor, BWV 1067: Menuet (1:18) 011. Suite No. 2 In B Minor, BWV 1067: Badinerie (1:27) 012. Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV 1068: Air (4:58) 013. Concerto For Two Violins, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 3 In D Minor, BWV 1043: Vivace (3:56) 014. Concerto For Two Violins, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 3 In D Minor, BWV 1043: Allegro (5:10) 015. Concerto For Violin, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 1 In A Minor, BWV 1041: Allegro (4:07) 016. Concerto For Violin, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 1 In A Minor, BWV 1041: Allegro Assai (4:03) 017. Concerto For Violin, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 2 In E Major, BWV 1042: Allegro Assai (2:38) 018. Concerto For Oboe D'amore, Strings And Basso Continuo In A Major, BWV 1055: Allegro (4:38) 019. Piano Concerto No. 4 In A Major, BWV 1055: Allegro (3:59) 020. Piano Concerto No. 4 In A Major, BWV 1055: Larghetto (6:30) 021. Piano Concerto No. 6 In F Major, BWV 1057: Allegro (8:03) 022. Piano Concerto No. 6 In F Major, BWV 1057: Andante - Allegro Assai (9:22) Camerata Academica Wurzburg, Con. Hans Reinarzt (1 - 7) Bamberger Chamber Orchestre, Con. Kurt Redel (8 - 11) Camerata Rhenania, Con. Hanspeter Gmur (12) Richard Schmalfuss, Violin; Chamber Orchestra Salzburg, Con. Alexander Von Pitamic (13 - 17) Strings Of Zurich, Con. Howard Griffiths (18) Andrei Gavrilov, Piano; Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Con. Yuri Nikolayevsky (19 - 22) 2-я часть 023. Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 565 (9:21) 024. Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 538 (Dorian): Toccata (6:00) 025. Toccata, Adagio And Fugue In C Major, BWV 564: Toccata (5:41) 026. Toccata, Adagio And Fugue In C Major, BWV 564: Adagio (4:10) 027. Toccata, Adagio And Fugue In C Major, BWV 564: Fugue (5:07) 028. Great Fantasy For Organ In G Minor, BWV 542 (11:45) 029. An Wasserflussen Babylon, BWV 653 (From 18 Leipzig Chorals) (5:17) 030. Von Gott Will Ich Nicht Lassen, BWV 658 (From 18 Leipzig Chorals) (4:47) 031. Nun Komm Der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659 (From 18 Leipzig Chorals) (4:53) 032. Prelude And Fugue In E-Flat Major, BWV 552 (Piano Exercise III): Prelude (10:25) 033. Liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier (Choral For Organ), BWV 730 / 31 (4:24) 034. Herz Und Mund Und That Und Leben (Cantata), BWV 147: Jesus Bleibet Meine Freude (Adaptation For Organ) (3:08) 035. Wir Mussen Durch Viel Trubsal In Das Reich (Cantata), BWV 146: Sinfonia In D Minor (Adaptation For Organ) (8:44) 036. Fantasy For Organ In C Major, BWV 570 (3:13) 037. Prelude And Fugue In A Minor, BWV 543 (9:31) Ivan Sokol, Organ (23, 29, 36) Esther Sialm, Organ (24, 30 - 32) Otto Winter, Organ (25 - 28, 33 - 35, 37) 3-я часть 038. Prelude And Fugue No. 1 In C Major , BWV 846 (From WTC I) (3:45) 039. Prelude And Fugue No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 847 (From WTC I) (3:29) 040. Prelude And Fugue No. 3 In C-Sharp Major, BWV 848 (From WTC I) (3:58) 041. Prelude And Fugue No. 6 In D Minor, BWV 851 (From WTC I) (3:23) 042. Prelude And Fugue No. 10 In E Minor, BWV 855 (From WTC I) (3:53) 043. Prelude And Fugue No. 12 In F Major, BWV 857 (From WTC I) (5:22) 044. Prelude And Fugue No. 16 In G Minor, BWV 885 (From WTC II) (5:37) 045. The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988: Aria - Variatio 1 A 1 Clav. (2:11) 046. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Allemande (2:47) 047. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Courante (1:46) 048. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Sarabande (2:55) 049. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Air (1:24) 050. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Menuet (1:33) 051. French Suite No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 813: Gigue (2:30) 052. French Suite No. 6 In E Major, BWV 817: Sarabande (2:52) 053. English Suite No. 2 In A Minor, BWV 807: Allemande (3:37) 054. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Prelude (3:41) 055. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Allemande (3:49) 056. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Courante (2:33) 057. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Sarabande (3:16) 058. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Gavotte I & II La Musette (3:31) 059. English Suite No. 3 In G Minor, BWV 808: Gigue (2:52) 060. English Suite No. 6 In D Minor, BWV 811: Gavotte I & II (3:26) 061. Invention In A Minor, BWV 784 (1:11) 062. Prelude In C Minor, BWV 999 (1:24) 063. Symphony In E-Flat Major, BWV 791 (2:38) 064. Symphony In B Minor, BWV 801 (1:34) 065. Chromatic Fantasy And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 903: Fantasia (3:45) Denise Balanche, Harpsichord 4-я часть 066. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 12 In D Minor, BWV 1063: Allegro (6:11) 067. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 9 In C Minor, BWV 1060: Allegro (5:10) 068. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 9 In C Minor, BWV 1060: Adagio (5:34) 069. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 9 In C Minor, BWV 1060: Allegro (4:09) 070. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 1 In D Minor, BWV 1052: Allegro (8:19) 071. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 1 In D Minor, BWV 1052: Adagio (7:30) 072. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 1 In D Minor, BWV 1052: Allegro (8:43) 073. Sonata No. 1 In G Minor, BWV 1001: Adagio (4:07) 074. Sonata No. 1 In G Minor, BWV 1001: Fuga (6:21) 075. Partita No. 1 In B Minor, BWV 1002: Sarabande - Double (7:51) 076. Aria For Cembalo In G Major, BWV 988 (From Note Books For Anna Magdalena Bach) (2:05) 077. Preludio In C Major, BWV 846 (From Note Books For Anna Magdalena Bach) (2:02) 078. Polonaise In G Minor, BWV Annex 123 (From Note Books For Anna Magdalena Bach) (1:20) 079. Polonaise In G Minor, BWV Annex 125 (From Note Books For Anna Magdalena Bach) (0:52) 080. Sonata In G Minor, BWV 1020: Allegro (4:03) 081. Sonata For Flute And Harpsichord In B Minor, BWV 1030: Andante (8:34) 082. Sonata For Flute And Harpsichord In E-Flat Major, BWV 1031: Siciliano (2:50) 083. Sonata For Flute And Basso Continuo In E Minor, BWV 1034: Adagio Ma Non Tanto (3:34) 084. Concerto For Oboe D'amore, Strings And Basso Continuo In A Major, BWV 1055: Larghetto (4:58) 085. Concerto For Oboe D'amore, Strings And Basso Continuo In A Major, BWV 1055: Allegro Ma Non Tanto (4:45) 086. Prelude In D Minor From 3 Little Preludes (0:54) Bamberger Chamber Orchestre, Con. Kurt Redel (66 - 72) Conrad Von Der Goltz, Violin (73 - 75) Denise Balanche, Harpsichord; Ivan Polacek, Cello (76 - 79) I Musici Dal Medico (80) Milos Jurkovic, Flute; Zuzana Ruzickova, Harpsichord (81 - 83) Strings Of Zurich, Con. Howard Griffiths (84, 85) Stephan Seebach, Piano (86) 5-я часть 087. Concerto For Harpsichord, Strings And Basso Continuo No. 5 In F Minor, BWV 1056: Arioso In A Major (5:09) 088. Pastorale, BWV 590 (3:21) 089. Magnificat In D Major, BWV 243: Suscepit Israel (2:23) 090. Vater Unser Im Himmelreich B II, 12b (1:53) 091. Sonata In C Major, BWV 1033: Andante - Presto (1:26) 092. Sonata In C Major, BWV 1033: Adagio (1:27) 093. Sonata In E Minor, BWV 1023: Gigue (3:26) 094. Fugue For Lute In G Minor, BWV 1000 (5:40) 095. Hilf, Gott, Lass Mir's Gelinge (Choral), BWV 343 (Adaptation For Brass Instruments) (1:12) 096. Jesu, Der Du Meine Seele (Choral), BWV 78 (Adaptation For Brass Instruments) (0:50) 097. Ich Bin Ja, Herr, In Deiner Macht (Choral), BWV 345 (Adaptation For Brass Instruments) (1:21) 098. Concerto For Organ In A Minor, BWV 593 (Adaptation For Brass Instruments): Allegro (3:45) 099. Concerto For Organ In A Minor, BWV 593 (Adaptation For Brass Instruments): Adagio (3:59) 100. Prelude And Fugue No.20 In A Minor, BWV 865 From WTC I (Adaptation For Brass Instruments) (5:41) Armand Belien, Organ (87, 88) Susanne Doll, Organ (89) Egbert Lewark, Horn; Wolfgang Portugall, Organ (90) Elisabeth Riessbeck, Flute; Klaus Jackle, Guitar (91 - 93) Sonja Prunnbauer, Guitar (94) The Summit Hill Brass Quintet; Soloists: David Baldwin, Trumpet; Lynn Erickson, Trumpet; Gwen Anderson, Horn; David Stevens, Trombone; Scott Anderson, Tuba (95 - 100)
Содержание: 1-я ЧАСТЬ 1 Bach. Suite No.3 in D major, BWV 1068: II. Air (4:58) 2 Mozart. Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, KV 467 (Elvira Madigan): II. Andante (5:37) 3 Vivaldi. The Four Seasons: Winter, Concerto No.4, Op.8 No.4: II. Largo (2:19) 4 Mozart. Serenade No.13 in G major, KV 525 (A Little Night Musik): II. Romance. Andante (6:43) 5 Mozart. Piano Sonata No.16 in C major, KV 545: II. Andante (5:09) 6 Mozart. Horn Concerto No.3 in E-flat major, KV 447: II. Romance (4:08) 7 Mozart. Symphony No.40 in G minor, KV 550: I. Allegro molto (7:48) 8 Bach. Herz und Mund und That und Leben (Cantata), BWV 147: Jesus bleibet meine Freude (3:08) 9 Bach. Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F major, BWV 1047: II. Andante (4:25) 10 Vivaldi. Symphony No.23 in C major: II. Andante (3:08) 11 Bach - Gounod. Ave Maria (2:51) 12 Mozart. Violin Concerto No.3 in G major, KV 216: II. Adagio (7:59) 13 Beethoven. Piano Sonata No.14 in C-sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 (Moonlight): I. Adagio sostenuto (6:00) 14 Vivaldi. Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in D major, RV 230, Op.3 No.9 (L'Estro Armonico): I. Allegro (2:13) 15 Albinoni. Concerto in B-flat major, Op.7 No.3: II. Adagio (2:41) 16 Vivaldi. Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo No.231 in E-flat major, RV 256 (Il Ritiro): II. Andante (3:56) 17 Bach. Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major, BWV 1049: II. Andante (2:50) 18 Bach. Concerto for Harpsichord, Strings and Basso continuo No.5 in F minor, BWV 1056: Arioso in A major (5:09) 19 Mozart. Piano Concerto No.23 in A major, KV 488: II. Adagio (5:59) 20 Bach. Suite No.2 in B minor, BWV 1067: VIII. Badinerie (1:27) Camerata Rhenania, con. Hanspeter Gmuer (1) Leningrad Soloists, con. Michael Gantvarg (2, 12, 19); soloists: Carmen Piazzini, piano (2, 19); Michael Gantvarg, violin (12) Camerata Lysy Gstaad, con. Alberto Lysy (3) Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, con. Libor Pesek (4) Carmen Piazzini, piano (5) Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubliana, con. Anton Nanut (6) Suedwestfunk Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, con. Ernest Bour (7) Otto Winter, organ (8) Camerata Academica Wurzburg, con. Hans Reinartz (9, 17) Zagreber Solisten; Kammerorchester Labacensis, con. Kurt Redel (10) Clemens Schnorr, organ; Manfred Niesgoda, trumpet (11) Daniela Ruso, piano (13) Bamberger Streichorchester, con. Albert Bucher (14) Gerhard Vetter, oboe; Camerata Rhenania, con. Hanspeter Gmuer (15) Musici di San Marco, con. Alberto Lizzio (16) Armand Belien, organ (18) Bamberger Chamber Orchestra, con. Kurt Redel (20) 2-я ЧАСТЬ 21 Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite I, Op.46: I. Morning Mood (3:52) 22 Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite I, Op.46: II. Ase's Death (4:30) 23 Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite I, Op.46: III. Anitra's Dance (3:29) 24 Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite I, Op.46: IV. In the Hall of the Mountain King (2:15) 25 Ravel. Pavane pour une infante defunte (6:35) 26 Debussy. Prelude in G-flat major, L 117 No.8 (La fille aux cheveux de lin) (2:31) 27 Saint-Saens. The Carnival of the Animals: The Swan (2:40) 28 Debussy. Suite Bergamasque, L 75: III. Clair de lune (5:08) 29 Debussy. Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune, L 86 (10:10) 30 Ravel. Miroirs: III. Une Barque sur l'Ocean (6:32) 31 Debussy. Syrinx, L 129 (2:22) 32 Respighi. Antiche arie e danze, Suite III, Op.40: I. Italiana (2:51) 33 Respighi. Antiche arie e danze, Suite III, Op.40: III. Siciliana (3:38) 34 Satie. Gymnopedie No.1: Lent et douloureux (2:38) 35 Satie. Gymnopedie No.2: Lent et triste (2:19) 36 Satie. Gymnopedie No.3: Lent et grave (2:00) 37 Ravel. Piano Concerto in G major: II. Adagio assai (9:11) 38 Debussy. Arabesque in E major, L 66 No.1 (3:51) 39 Debussy. Arabesque in G major, L 66 No.2 (3:36) 40 Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite II, Op.55: IV. Solvejg's Song (5:18) Bamberger Philharmonie, con. Hans Swarowsky (21-24, 40) London Symphony Orchestra, con. Arpad Joo (25) Peter Schmalfuss, piano (26, 28, 38, 39) Suedwestfunk Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, con. Klaus Arp (27) Orchestre Radio-Symphonique Paris, con. Bertrand Loic (29) Hanae Nakajima, piano (30) Jadwiga Kotnowoska, flute (31) Slovak Chamber Orchestra, con. Bohdan Warchal (32, 33) Wolfgang Sieber, organ (34-36) Estela Olevsky, piano; Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, con. Dennis Burkh (37) 3-я ЧАСТЬ 41 Liszt. Nocturne No.3 in A-flat major, Op.62 (Liebestraum) (4:29) 42 Schubert. Schwanengesang in D minor, D 957: Leise fliehen meine Lieder (4:11) 43 Beethoven. Fuer Elise, Bagatelle in A minor, WoO 59 (2:50) 44 Beethoven. Piano Concerto No.5 in E-flat major, Op.73 (Emperor): II. Adagio un poco mosso (8:05) 45 Schubert. Ave Maria, D 839, Op.56 No.2 (5:19) 46 Schubert. Impromptu No.3 in G-flat major, D 899, Op.90 (6:35) 47 Schumann. Tr?umerei (3:53) 48 Dvorak. Slavonic Dance No.10, Op.72 No.2 (5:15) 49 Tchaikovsky. The Seasons, Op.37a: 10. October: Autumn Song (5:40) 50 Dvorak. Serenade in E major, Op.22: II. Tempo di Valse (6:42) 51 Rimsky-Korsakov. Scheherazade, Op.35: II. The Kalendar Prince: Lento (extract) (3:20) 52 Rimsky-Korsakov. Scheherazade, Op.35: III. The Young Prince and The Young Princess: Andantino quasi allegretto (extract) (2:21) 53 Dvorak. Humoresque in A major, Op.101 No.5 (3:24) 54 Brahms. Waltz No.2 in F major, Op.39 (1:29) 55 Brahms. Waltz No.15 in A-flat major, Op.39 (1:36) 56 Liszt. Piece for Piano No.3 in F-sharp major, S 192 (Fuenf Klavierstuecke No.3) (1:20) 57 Lyadov. A musical snuff box in A major, Op.32 (Waltz) (2:13) 58 Beethoven. Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 (Pathetique): II. Adagio cantabile (5:34) 59 Wagner. Lohengrin: Prelude to Act I (9:09) 60 Liszt. Consolation (3:57) Kveta Novotna, piano (41) Slovak Chamber Orchestra, con. Bohdan Warchal (42, 45) Hanae Nakajima, piano (43) Hanae Nakajima, piano; Nuernberger Symphoniker, con. Zsolt Deaky (44) Silvia Capova, piano (46, 60) Staatsphilharmonie Kosice, con. Christian Ehwald (47) Peter Toperczer and Marian Lapsansky, pianos (48) USSR State Academy Symphony Orchestra, con. Yevgeny Svetlanov (49) Moscow RTV Symphony Orchestra, con. Vladimir Yesipov (50) Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, con. Bystrik Rezucha (51, 52) Sinfonie Orchester Prag, con. Vaclav Smetacek (53) Karin Lechner, piano (54, 55) Andreas Muehlen-Wester, piano (56) Tomislav Bavnov, piano (57) Daniela Ruso, piano (58) Grosses Symphonieorchester, con. Hans Swarowsky (59) 4-я ЧАСТЬ 61 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Overture miniature (3:14) 62 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: March (2:45) 63 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Dance of the Sugar Fairy (2:06) 64 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Trepak (Russian Dance) (1:13) 65 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Arabian Dance (3:37) 66 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Chinese Dance (1:21) 67 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Dance of the Reed Pipes (2:37) 68 Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a: Flower Waltz (7:04) 69 Tchaikovsky. Swan Lake Suite, Op.20: Waltz (7:41) 70 Tchaikovsky. Sleeping Beauty, Op.66: Waltz (4:23) 71 Tchaikovsky. Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64: III. Waltz: Allegretto moderato (5:41) 72 Tchaikovsky. Serenade in C major, Op.48: II. Waltz: Moderato, Tempo di Valse (3:51) 73 Strauss II. An der sch?nen blauen Donau (Waltz), Op.314 (10:02) 74 Strauss II. Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald (Waltz), Op.325 (12:33) 75 Strauss II. Einzugsmarsch (March), Op.327 (2:54) 76 Strauss II. Die Fledermaus, Op.367: Du and du (3:05) 77 Strauss II. Annen-Polka, Op.117 (3:09) 78 Strauss II. Pizzicato-Polka, Op.449 (4:51) 79 Strauss II. Eljen a Magyar (Hungarian Polka fast), Op.332 (2:47) 80 Strauss I. Radetzky-March, Op.228 (2:55) Klassische Philharmonie Bonn, con. Heribert Beissel (61-69) London Philharmonic Orchestra, con. Alfred Scholz (70) USSR State Symphony Orchestra, con. Yevgeny Svetlanov (71) Chamber Orchestra Conrad von der Goltz, con. Conrad von der Goltz (72) Orchester der Wiener Volksoper, con. Alfred Scholz (73, 74, 77, 80), con. Cesare Cantieri (75), con. Carl Michalski (78) Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, con. Otto Aebi (76) Suedwestfunk Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, con. Klaus Arp (79) 5-я ЧАСТЬ 81 Albinoni. Trumpet Concerto in D minor, Op.9 No.2: II. Adagio (6:54) 82 Bach. Pastorale, BWV 590 (3:21) 83 Bach. Trio Sonata No.5 in C minor, BWV 529: II. Largo (5:49) 84 Bach. Wir muessen durch viel Truebsal in das Reich (Cantata), BWV 146: Sinfonia in D minor (8:44) 85 Bach. Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (9:21) 86 Bach. Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248: Brich an, du schones Morgenlicht (2:10) 87 Purcell. King Arthur or The British Worthy (Suite), Z 628: II. Air (1:45) 88 Bach. Fugue for Lute in G minor, BWV 1000 (5:40) 89 Bach. Suite for Lute in G minor, BWV 995: I. Prelude (6:10) 90 Vivaldi. Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor, RV 356, Op.3 No.6 (L'Estro Armonico): I. Allegro (3:41) 91 Vivaldi. Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor, RV 356, Op.3 No.6 (L'Estro Armonico): II. Largo (2:22) 92 Vivaldi. Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor, RV 356, Op.3 No.6 (L'Estro Armonico): III. Presto (2:42) 93 B. Marcello. Sonata in G major, Op.1 No.12: I. Largo (2:13) 94 B. Marcello. Sonata in G major, Op.1 No.12: II. Allegro (2:46) 95 B. Marcello. Sonata in G major, Op.1 No.12: III. Adagio (1:11) 96 B. Marcello. Sonata in G major, Op.1 No.12: IV. Giga (2:36) 97 A. Marcello. Adagio from Concerto for Oboe and Strings in C minor (5:08) 98 Bach. Hilf, Gott, lass mir's gelinge (Choral), BWV 343 (1:12) 99 Bach. Jesu, der du meine Seele (Choral), BWV 78 (0:50) 100 Bach. Ich bin ja, Herr, in deiner Macht (Choral), BWV 345 (1:21) Guy Touvron, trumpet; Slovak Chamber Orchestra, con. Bohdan Warchal (81) Armand Belien, organ (82) Ivan Sokol, organ (83, 85) Otto Winter, organ (84) Egbert Lewark, horn; Wolfgang Portugall, organ (86) Camerata Rhenania, con. Hanspeter Gmuer (87) Sonja Prunnbauer, guitar (88, 89) Hermann Schneider, violin; Bamberger Streichorchester, con. Albert Bucher (90-92) Philippe Emanuel Haas, flute piccolo; Thierry Escaich, organ (93-96) Linha Singers (97) The Summit Hill Brass Quintet: David Baldwin, trumpet; Lynn Erickson, trumpet; Gwen Anderson, horn; David Stevens, trombone; Scott Anderson, tuba (98-100)