Vaughan Williams, Elizabeth Watts, Mary Bevan, Kitty Whately, Royal College Of Music Brass Band, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins - A London Symphony And Other Works album flac
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|A London Symphony: Symphony No.2 In G Major||(51:52)|
|1||Lento - Allegro Risoluto||14:50|
|3||Scherzo: Nocturne - Allegro Vivace||8:09|
|4||Finale: Andante Con Moto - Maestoso All Marcia - Allegro - Epilogue|
|5||Sound Sleep. For Female Voices And Small Orchestra
Text By – Christina Rossetti
|6||Orpheus With His Lute For Voice And Small Orchestra
Text By – William Shakespeare
|7||Variations For Brass Band||12:27|
- Copyright (c) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Recorded At – Henry Wood Hall, London
- Booklet Editor – Peter Hall
- Composed By – Ralph Vaughan Williams
- Cover – Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson
- Edited By – Martyn Brabbins (tracks: 6)
- Engineer – Simon Eadon
- Ensemble – Royal College Of Music Brass Band* (tracks: 7)
- Executive-Producer – Simon Perry
- Leader – Stephanie Gonley (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Liner Notes – Robert Matthew-Walker
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Friedrich Sprondel, Marie-Stella Pâris
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Kitty Whately (tracks: 5)
- Orchestra – BBC Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Photography By – Benjamin Ealovega
- Producer [Recording] – Andrew Keener
- Soprano Vocals – Elizabeth Watts (tracks: 5-6), Mary Bevan (tracks: 5)
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Personnel: Elizabeth Watts (soprano) Mary Bevan (soprano) Kitty Whately (mezzo-soprano) BBC Symphony Orchestra Royal College of Music Brass Band Martyn Brabbins (conductor). Vaughan Williams’s London Symphony (the composer’s favourite of the nine) makes a rare appearance in its 1920 first publication. Three lesser-known works complete a highly desirable programme, while Martyn Brabbins and the BBC Symphony Orchestra understand how this music should be played like few others. This is mandatory listening.
Martyn Brabbins uses a fuller version, which restores some of the excisions made by the composer and handles the elusive opening with spaciousness and warmth before the huge explosion of the awakening organism that is a great city. Brabbins is generally slower than the ‘other’ Martin but magically captures the various specific episodes such as the lavender seller – distinguished playing by the BBCSO throughout. The final curiosity Variations for Brass Band, were composed in 1957, the year before Vaughan Williams’ death and show that right to the end his inspiration remained undimmed. Composer: Vaughan Williams Composition: London Symphony Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins Catalogue Number: Hyperion CDA68190.
BBC Symphony Orchestra, Royal College of Music Brass Band, Martyn Brabbins. Brabbins conducts the with a sense of purposeful directness, likeably enhanced by the expressive warmth of the BBC Symphony Orchestra’s response. BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2017, Mor. elease Date: 27th Oct 2017. Catalogue No: CDA68190. Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 2 'A London Symphony'. Lento; Allegro Risoluto. Scherzo: Nocturne; Allegro Vivace. Vaughan Williams: Sound sleep. Vaughan Williams: Orpheus With His Lute. Vaughan Williams: Variations for Brass Band.
Three lesser-known works complete the program – early settings of Rossetti and Shakespeare for female voices (Elizabeth Watts, Mary Bevan and Kitty Whately) and orchestra, and the late Variations for brass band. Martyn Brabbins and the BBC Symphony Orchestra understand how this music should be played like few others. Thanks to our sponsors. Learn more about advertising and sponsorship on WFMT.
A London Symphony is the second symphony composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The work is sometimes referred to as Symphony No. 2, though it was not designated as such by the composer. First performed in 1914, the four-movement symphony was lost, reconstructed and later modified by Vaughan Williams. The work is scored for: Woodwinds: three flutes (the third doubling piccolo), two oboes, cor anglais, two clarinets, bass clarinet, two bassoons, contrabassoon.
A London Symphony Album Cover Art. Vaughan Williams ; Elizabeth Watts, Mary Bevan, Kitty Whately, Royal College of Music Brass Band, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins. CD 1. 1. Symphony no. 2 in G major A London Symphony : Lento – Allegro risoluto. length: 14:50 producer: Andrew Keener recording engineer: Simon Eadon executive producer: Simon Perry orchestra: BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor: Martyn Brabbins. 2. 2 in G major A London Symphony : Lento. producer: Andrew Keener recording engineer: Simon Eadon executive producer: Simon Perry orchestra: BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor: Martyn Brabbins. 3. 2 in G major A London Symphony : Scherzo: Nocturne – Allegro vivace.
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