Four Aces: Ace Of Hearts. Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. 129. 10. Three Preludes : No. 2 In C Sharp Minor (2006-Remaster). 105. 11. Murder On The Orient Express-Waltz. George Gershwin's Song-Book : The Man I Love (2006-Remaster). 94. 15. The Orient Express (From The Original Film Score To "Murder On The Orient Express"). Richard Rodney Bennett. 98. 16. Puppets Suite Op.
The very best of British music, with the finest British artists: after a disc of such evergreen light favourites as Elizabethan Serenade and the Dam Busters march, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett takes us from the dizzy displays of Billy Mayerl to the dark despair of Constant Lambert. The very best of British music, with the finest British artists: after a disc of such evergreen light.
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Beste: Sir William Walton - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & David Hill. 5. I was glad - anthem for the Coronation of King Edward VII (1902). Beste: Sir Charles Hubert Parry - The Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, David Flood, Canterbury Cathedral Choir & Allan Wicks. 6. 1. March: Seventeen come Sunday. Beste: Ralph Vaughan Williams - Academy of St. Martin in the Fields & Sir Neville Marriner. 7. 3. March: Folk Songs from Somerset.
Featuring one of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett's most popular releases, "I Never Went Awa. after the the release of Simon Carrington and the Yale Schola Cantorum's "Sing, Ye Birds, A Joyous Song," which is a Sir Richard Rodney Bennett tribute. With the release of Simon Carrington and the Yale Schola Cantorum’s Sing, Ye Birds, A Joyous Song, as tribute to Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, we felt it good to feature one of his most popular releases, I Never Went Awa. .I Never Went Awa. ir Richard Rodney Bennett. Sophisticated jazz pianist and intimate vocal stylis.This might presage a revival of this sort of urbane conversing over a piano keyboard, yet who could do it so well? The Times, London. Bennett reveals a pleasant singing voice, as well as providing piano accompaniment of impeccable taste and relevance.
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|1||The Rio Grande||14:57|
|Concerto For Solo Pianoforte And Nine Players|
|2||I Overture (Allegro)||8:27|
|3||II Intermède (Andante Recitando)||9:57|
|4||III Finale Lugubre)||8:46|
|7||Old Sir Faulk
Arranged By – Bennett*
|Symphony No. 2|
|8||I Allegro Molto||8:37|
|9||II Lento Assai||10:04|
|10||III Passacaglia: Theme (Risoluto), Variations, Fugato And Coda (Scherzando - Presto)||8:47|
- Choir – London Madrigal Singers
- Composed By – Constant Lambert (tracks: 1 to 6), Sir William Walton (tracks: 7 to 10)
- Conductor – André Previn (tracks: 1, 8 to 10), Neville Dilkes (tracks: 2 to 4)
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Jean Temperley (tracks: 1)
- Orchestra – Members of English Sinfonia* (tracks: 2 to 4), London Symphony Orchestra* (tracks: 1, 8 to 10)
- Piano – Cristina Ortiz (tracks: 1), Sir Richard Rodney Bennett* (tracks: 2 to 7)
Winston Churchill Hall, Ruislip, Dec 1975 (Tracks 2 to 7)
No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (Tracks 1, 8 to 10)
This compilation ℗ 2005 by EMI REcords Ltd.
© 2005 EMI REcords Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724358659528
- Label Code: LC06646
- SPARS Code: ADD