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Listed below are CultureKiosque's editors'
choices for the best recordings of the music
played at Princess Diana's funeral.

Many of these recordings can be ordered from
CDNOW.

MENDELSSOHN : Organ Sonata N° 2
Yves Castagnet, organ
RCA-BMG 74321470052


BACH : Fantasia in C Minor BWV 537
Helmut Walcha, organ
Deutsche Grammophon "Double" 449361-2


ALBINONI : Adagio in G Minor
Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields
Sir Neville Marriner, conductor
EMI 7473912


DVORAK : Symphony No. 9 (from The New World)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Karel Ancerel, conductor
Supraphon SU 1927


Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Ferenc Fricsay, conductor
Deutsche Grammophon 423384-2


PACHELBEL :
Canon
Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields
Sir Neville Marriner, conductor
EMI 7473912
Modern instruments version

Musica Antique Köln
Reinhard Goebel
Archiv 447285-2
Early instruments version


ELGAR : Enigma Variations (Variation 9 "Nimrod")
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
David Zinman, conductor
Telarc CD-80192
Available at CDNOW


VERDI : Requiem : Movement from "Libera Me"
Elizabeth Schwarzkopf
Christa Ludwig
Nicolaï Gedda
Nicolaï Ghiaurov
Philharmonia Orchestra and Choir
Carlo-Maria Giulini, conductor (1963-64)
EMI 7472578
Available at CDNOW


BACH : Prelude in C Minor BWV 546
Helmut Walcha, organ
Deutsche Grammophon "Double" 449361-2


SAINT- SAËNS : Symphony No 3 Maestoso
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Berj Zamkochian, organ
Charles Munch, conductor
RCA-BMG 09026615002 (Living Stereo Collection)
Available at CDNOW

Berlin Philharmonic
Pirre Cochereau, organ
Herbert Von Karajan, conductor
Deutsche Grammophon Karajan Gold 439014-2
Available at CDNOW



TAVENER :
Song for Athene
Westminster Abbey Choir
Martin Neary, conductor

Sony Classical SK 66613

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