Vaughan Williams, Sir Adrian Boult - Fantasia on Greensleeves / Serenade To Music / The Lark Ascending / English Folk Song Suite album flac
- Album: Fantasia on Greensleeves / Serenade To Music / The Lark Ascending / English Folk Song Suite
- FLAC: 1967 mb | MP3: 1763 mb
- Released: 1992
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 327
- Format: WMA MOD DMF WAV VOX APE MMF
|1||Fantasia On Greensleeves||4:33|
|2||Serenade To Music||13:13|
|English Folk Song Suite|
|3||I March (Seventeen Come Sunday)||2:54|
|4||II Intermezzo (My Bonny Boy)||2:52|
|5||III March (Folk Songs From Somerset)||2:59|
|7||March Past Of The Kitchen Utensils||3:02|
|8||Fantasia On A Theme By Thomas Tallis||16:30|
|9||The Lark Ascending||14:42|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Artwork [Wood Carving] – Joyce Bidder
- Composed By – Ralph Vaughan Williams
- Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult
- Design – Acrobatix
- Orchestra – New Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 9), London Philharmonic Orchestra* (tracks: 2, 6 to 8), London Symphony Orchestra* (tracks: 1, 2 to 5)
- Violin – Hugh Bean (tracks: 9)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24357 21622 7
Played by the Philidelphia Orchestra, Conducted by Eugene Ormandy. This famous piece was origianally written by Henry the Eighth for Anne Boelyn, and when discovered by Vaughan Williams in his trips to the english countryside, featured it in his opera Sir John in Love.
Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music, The Lark Ascending etc - Sir Adrian Boult, Ralph Vaughan Williams. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день.
Оригинальные английские светильники Vaughan для дизайнеров и оптовиков. nbsp;· Собственный склад · Бесплатная доставка
English Folk Song Suite. 2. March (Seventeen Come Sunday). Arranged By – Gordon Jacob (tracks: 2 to 4), Ralph Greaves (tracks: 6). Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult. Engineer – Christopher Parker (tracks: 1, 8), Michael Gray (5) (tracks: 2 to 4, 6), Neville Boyling (tracks: 5), Peter Bown (tracks: 7). Liner Notes – Geoffrey Crankshaw, Michael Kennedy (4). Orchestra – New Philharmonia Orchestra (tracks: 5, 7, 8), London Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 1 ), London Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 2 to 4, 6). Producer – Christopher Bishop, Ronald Kinloch Anderson (tracks: 8). Violin – Hugh Bean (tracks: 8).
Conductor, Primary Artist.
Ralph Vaughan Williams. English Folk Song Suite: I. 4. Ralph Vaughan Williams. English Folk Song Suite: III. March (Folk Songs from Somerset). 5. London Philharmonic OrchestraSir Adrian Boult. 6. 7.
Album · 1986 · 8 Songs. Sir Adrian Boult & London Symphony Orchestra. The Lark Ascending, for Violin and Orchestra. Sir Adrian Boult, New Philharmonia Orchestra & Hugh Bean.
one has only to read the poem a few times to become aware of its perfection".
Sir Adrian Boult Conducts Marches released: 1978. A London Symphony released: 1971. Messiah, Arias and Choruses released: 1963. English Folk Song Suite (arr. Gordon Jacob): I.
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Ральф Воан-Уильямс, John Noble, Sir Adrian Boult, Ian Partridge, Norma Burrowes, Alfreda Hodgson - Serenade to Music 13:16. Ральф Воан-Уильямс, London Symphony Orchestra - English Folk Songs -Suite (orch. March (Seventeen Come Sunday) 02:53. Ральф Воан-Уильямс, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Hugh Bean - The Lark Ascending 14:45. Gordon Jacob): II. Intermezzo (My Bonny Boy) 02:52. Ральф Воан-Уильямс, London Symphony Orchestra - English Folk Songs -Suite (orch
Vaughan Williams: 1. Fantasia on 'Greensleeves' (arr. Ralph Greeves), 2. Serenade to Music (original version with 16 soloists), 3. English Folk Song Suite, 4, The Wasps, 5, Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, 6,The Lark Ascending- Sir Adrian Boult, HMV Classics. This disc contains probably the best recordings ever made of the Serenade to Music, the Tallis Fantasia and The Lark Ascending. If you are a newcomer to Vaughan Williams this disc makes a fabulous starting point. If you are a seasoned admirer, this disc will become central to your collection. I've heard all the serious competition to these works and these performances are the ones I return to time and time again. By the way, the other works are excellent too.