More works involving astronomy (mostly sun and moon works)
Erik Bergman: Sub-luna, Four Nocturnes for Orchestra (1990)
Rebecca Clarke: Midsummer Moon
Debussy: Clair de Lune
Anne Dudley: Canticles of the Sun and Moon. From Darkness to Light
Farquhar: A Short Suite from "Ring Round the Moon": Introduction and Waltz
Mozart: Jupiter Sym (no. 41)
Weill: Lost in the Stars
George Gershwin: Come to the Moon (1918)
Haydn: Man in the Moon (an opera)
Haydn: Mercury Sym (no 43)
Jake Heggie: Songs to the Moon: The Haughty Snail-King (What Uncle
William told the Children); What the Gray-Winged Fairy Said
Jenkins: Imagined Oceans. a musical interpretation of thirteen of the
Latin titles given to what was believed to be areas of water on the
Orff: Der Mond (opera)
Beethoven: Moonlight sonata (No. 14)
Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire
Franz Schubert: To the Moon
Roberto Sierra: Claro de luna.
Richard Strauss: Moonlight music (from Capriccio)
Subotnick: Silver Apples of the Moon
Haydn: The "Sun" Quarters
Wagner: Venusberg music from Tannhauser
Kurt Weill: From ThreePenny Opera: Do you se the moon over Soho?
Found another CD in my library called Aurora Borealis: Magic of
the Mysterious North (Ondine 3572). Notes say this is "music which
reflects the mystery and enigmatic nature of the north...). It includes
Rautavaara's Cantus Arcticus, concerto for Birds and Orchestra; Pingoud's
Extinguished Torches; Nordgren's The Thinker; Kantelinen's Adagio, etc.
Here are works I don't have -- do you? What do you think of them?
Karl-Birger Blomdahl: Aniara
Emmanuel Chabrier: L'etoile
Leos Janacek: The Excursions of Mr. Broucek
Constant Lambert: Horoscope
Joseph Strauss: Music of the Spheres
I guess one could include John Williams' music for the film Star Wars...