Two months to go in 2019, and I wish there were more.
Year of Wonder by Clemency Burton-Hill has provided me with one piece of music for each day of the year, and I've been sticking faithfully to the plan since January 1, listening to her recommendations for each day. If you have not yet begun the journey, I highly recommend purchasing her book and getting started. You can begin on any day of the year.
Whether you have already begun the journey or would like to begin now, I have embedded a Spotify playlist for Burton-Hill's recommendations for November. (The only piece I could not find on Spotify from Burton-Hill's book is the piece she recommends for November 20 – Param Vir's White Light Chorale for solo piano. Click on this link to find a performance on YouTube.)
I have also embedded videos for a few of the highlights from October.
Valente, Folías criollas: Gallardo Napolitana
Performed by Jodi Savall, et al.
Palchelbel, Canon in D major
Performed by Voices of Music
Canteloube, Songs of the Auvergne, 2. "Bailero"
Performed by Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano) with BBC National Orchestra
Conducted by François-Xavier Roth
Smetana, Má vlast, 2. "Vltava"
Performed by Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Nejc Avbelj
Boulanger, Three Pieces for Cello and Piano, 1. "Modéré"
Performed by Aurélien Pascal (cello) and Denis Pascal (piano)
Glass, String Quartet No. 3 ("Mishima"), 1. "1957 Award Montage"
Performed by the Dublin Guitar Quartet
(Glass composed this piece as a string quartet)