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Colin Brumby (*1933), Gardens of the Villa Taranto: 1. Tempo comodo

American Folk Song (lullaby) (arranged by Charles Wolzien & Susanella Noble),
“All the pretty little horses”

American Folk Song (arranged by Charles Wolzien & Susanella Noble),
“Wayfaring stranger”

Jaime M. Zenamon (*1953), 3 Retratos: 1. Encuentro

English Folk Song (arranged by Charles Wolzien & Susanella Noble), “The Keeper”

English Folk Song (arranged by Charles Wolzien & Susanella Noble), “Barbara Allen”

Pip van Steen & Will Derks, “Euro Suite: 3. Franc and Mary-Anne (France)”

Pip van Steen & Will Derks, “Euro Suite: 5. Delirium (Italy)”

Pip van Steen & Will Derks, “Euro Suite: Irish Counterpunt (Irland)”

Hans Franke (1882 – 1971), “Gavotte, Op. 810″ (transcription: Johannes Tappert)

Nicolas Chédeville (1705 – 1782), “Il Pastor Fido, Op. 13: Sonate Nr. 6, g-moll” (transcription: Johannes Tappert)
I. Vivace

II. Fuga da Capella

III. Largo

Franz Benda (1709 – 1786), “Sonata No. 3 in G Major”
(orig. for flute & continuo)

I. Adagio

II. Allegro

III. Vivace

“Un petit jazz, op. 92″, John W. Duarte (1919 – 2004)
I. Three

II. Four

IV. Twelve

“Lyric Suite, op. 3″, Leonidas Kanaris (*1963)
I. Proem

II. Romantico

III. Danse Passionante

Astor Piazzolla (1929 – 1992), “Histoire du Tango”:
I. Bordel 1900

Francis Poulenc (1899 – 1963), “Sonata for horn, trumbet & trombone” (1922):
II. Adagio

III. Rondeau

Karsten Brustad (*1959), “I.N.D.I.A” (If Night’s Dawn Imposed All):
I. Meditativo y rubato & II. Con brio

Ina Bottelier, “Fête des Oiseaux”

Robert Beaser (*1954), «Mountain Songs»: 1. Barbara Allen

Celso Machado (*1953), «Musiques populaires brésiliennes»:
Piazza Vittorio (choro maxixe)

Celso Machado (*1953), «Musiques populaires brésiliennes»:
Quebra Queixo (choro)

Celso Machado (*1953), «Musiques populaires brésiliennes»:
Pacoca (choro)

Carl Nielsen (1865 – 1931), «5 Piano Pieces, op. 3»: Folk Melody
(transcription: Bent Larsen & Jan Sommer)

Carl Nielsen (1865 – 1931), «5 Piano Pieces, op. 3»: Humoresque
(transcription: Bent Larsen & Jan Sommer)

Carl Nielsen (1865 – 1931), «5 Piano Pieces, op. 3»: Elf Dance
(transcription: Bent Larsen & Jan Sommer)

Carl Nielsen (1865 – 1931), «The Fog is lifting, op. 41»
(transcription: Bent Larsen & Jan Sommer)

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918), “Le petit nègre”
(transcription: K. Gebauer)

Carlo Domeniconi (*1947), «Sonatina Mexicana»:
1. Allegro Moderato

Carlo Domeniconi (*1947), «Sonatina Mexicana»:
2. Andante

Carlo Domeniconi (*1947), «Sonatina Mexicana»:
3. Allegro Vivace

Robert Maggio (*1964), «Travelling Songs»: 1. Open Road

Robert Maggio (*1964), «Travelling Songs»: 2. Scenic Overlook

Robert Maggio (*1964), «Travelling Songs»: 1. Cruise Control

Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 – 1959), «Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5»: Aria (Cantilena)

Ignacio Cervantes (1847 – 1905), «Cuban Dances» (transcription: Elias Barreiro)

Ernst Gottllieb Baron (1696 – 1760), «Sonate» (Duetto al Liuto e Traverso) (transcription: Philippe Meunier)

Rex Willis (*1956), «Suite South America»: 2. Tranquillo amoroso

Mauro Giuliani (1781 – 1829), «Serenata op. 127»: Part I (per flauto o violino e chitarra) (transcription: Vincenzo Saldarelli)

Mauro Giuliani (1781 – 1829), «Serenata op. 127»: Part II (per flauto o violino e chitarra) (transcription: Vincenzo Saldarelli)

Mauro Giuliani (1781 – 1829), «Serenata op. 127»: Part III (per flauto o violino e chitarra) (transcription: Vincenzo Saldarelli)

Felix Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847), «Piéces enfantines – Op. 72, no 2»: Andante & «Chansons sans paroles – Op. 19, no 2»: Regrets (transcription: Georges Lambert – Yvon Rivoal)

Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 – 1847), «Piéces enfantines – Op. 72, no 2»: Andante sostenuto (transcription: Georges Lambert – Yvon Rivoal)

Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 – 1847), «Chansons sans paroles – Op. 19, no 6»: Première Barcarole (transcription: Georges Lambert – Yvon Rivoal)

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), «Libertango» (transcription : Klaus Jäckle)

Jean – Maurice Mourat (*1944), «Ibériade» (Hommage à Jacques Ibert)

Máximo Diego Pujol, (*1957), «Suite Buenos Aires»: 1. Pompeya

Máximo Diego Pujol (*1957), «Suite Buenos Aires»: 2. Palermo

Máximo Diego Pujol (*1957), «Suite Buenos Aires»: 3. San Telmo

Scott Joplin (1868-1917), «Ragtime»(transcription: Konrad Ragossnig)

Franco Margola (1908-1922), «Quattro Episodi»: Secondo Episodio

Pip van der Steen & Will Derks, «Euro Suite»