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Albion's journey : the life and work of Ralph Vaughan Williams

Title
Albion's journey : the life and work of Ralph Vaughan Williams / Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Author
Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958
Publication
  • Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex : Albion Records, [2019]
  • ℗2019

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Additional Authors
  • Tippett, Michael, 1905-1998
  • Douglas, Roy, 1907-2015
  • Howells, Herbert, 1892-1983
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, instrumentalist.
  • Britten Sinfonia, instrumentalist.
  • Goldstone & Clemmow, instrumentalist.
  • Royal Hospital (Chelsea, London, England). Chapel Choir, singer.
  • Joyful Company of Singers, singer.
  • BBC Symphony Chorus, singer.
  • BBC Symphony Orchestra, instrumentalist.
Description
1 online resource (1 sound file)
Uniform Title
Works. Selections
Alternative Title
Works.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Art music.
  • Chamber music.
  • Arrangements (Music)
  • Excerpts.
  • Operas.
  • Suites.
  • Interviews.
  • Songs.
  • Streaming audio.
Note
  • A selection of tracks previously released on the Albion label between 2013 and 2019. Various artists.
Language (note)
  • Sung and spoken in English.
Contents
The robin's nest (0:32) -- Summum bonum (2:28) -- Vaughan Williams talking about Parry (1:48) -- Three vocal valses. Winter (2:25) -- Burley Heath / completed by James Francis Brown (5:21) -- The last invocation (4:48) -- Smile O voluptuous cool-breath'd Earth / orchestrated by Anthony Payne (3:42) -- Herbert Howells talking about RVW (0:56) -- Oh, fair the fruits of Leto Blow (6:52) -- The twelve Apostles (3:59) -- Vaughan Williams talking about folk song (1:52) -- A farmer's boy (2:07) -- Dirge for Fidele (4:17) -- Roy Douglas talking about Vaughan Williams (0:53) -- Wither's rocking hymn (3:58) -- The running set / arranged for two pianos by Vally Lasker and Helen Bidder (6:51) -- Suite for viola and pianoforte. Prelude (2:31) -- The poisoned kiss. Dear love (3:21) ; Love breaks all rules (3:20) -- The bridal day, scene VI (extract) (4:04) -- Michael Tippett talking about RVW (2:04) -- Four last songs. Procris / orchestrated by Anthony Payne (2:22) -- Vaughan Williams talking about Sibelius (1:42) -- The Pilgrim's progress. Christian and Hopeful meet the heavenly hosts (3:46).
LCCN
  • GBSMP1903924
  • GBSMP1903923
  • GBSMP1903922
  • GBSMP1903921
  • GBSMP1903920
  • GBSMP1903919
  • GBSMP1903918
  • GBSMP1903917
  • GBSMP1903916
  • GBSMP1903915
  • GBSMP1903914
  • GBSMP1903913
  • GBSMP1903912
  • GBSMP1903911
  • GBSMP1903910
  • GBSMP1903909
  • GBSMP1903908
  • GBSMP1903907
  • GBSMP1903906
  • GBSMP1903905
  • GBSMP1903904
  • GBSMP1903903
  • GBSMP1903902
  • GBSMP1903901
OCLC
1159426682
Author
Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958, composer, speaker.
Title
Albion's journey : the life and work of Ralph Vaughan Williams / Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Publisher
Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex : Albion Records, [2019]
Copyright Date
℗2019
Playing Time
011751
Type of Content
performed music
Type of Medium
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Digital File Characteristics
audio file
Performer
Frank Ericson, piano ; Nicky Spence, tenor ; William Vann, piano, director ; Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea ; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra ; Paul Daniel, conductor ; Mary Bevan, soprano ; Johnny Herford, baritone ; Roderick William, baritone ; BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Martyn Brabbins, conductor ; Herbert Howells, speaker ; Heather Lowe, mezzo-soprano ; Joyful Company of Singers ; Britten Sinfonia ; Alan Tongue, conductor ; Thomas Stoddart, baritone ; Hugh Rowlands, organ ; Vaughan Williams, speaker ; Les Sirènes Female Chamber Choir ; Andrew Nunn, director ; Fionnuala Ward, piano ; Roy Douglas, speaker ; Eloise IRving, soprano ; Edward Hughes, tenor ; Goldstone and Clemmow ; Martin Outram, viola ; Julian Rolton, piano ; Jennifer Johnston, mezzo-soprano ; Philip Smith, baritone ; Britten Sinfonia Septet ; Michael Tippett, speaker ; Margaret Godley, soprano ; Margaret Rolfe, contralto ; BBC Chorus ; BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Adrian Boult, conductor.
Event
Last work recorded 1943 September.
Language
Sung and spoken in English.
Source of description
Hard copy version record.
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Added Author
Tippett, Michael, 1905-1998, speaker.
Douglas, Roy, 1907-2015, speaker.
Howells, Herbert, 1892-1983, speaker.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, instrumentalist.
Britten Sinfonia, instrumentalist.
Goldstone & Clemmow, instrumentalist.
Royal Hospital (Chelsea, London, England). Chapel Choir, singer.
Joyful Company of Singers, singer.
BBC Symphony Chorus, singer.
BBC Symphony Orchestra, instrumentalist.
Other Form:
Source record: Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Works. Selections. Albion's journey. Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex : Albion Records, [2019] (OCoLC)1122899568
Other Standard Identifier
GBSMP1903924
GBSMP1903923
GBSMP1903922
GBSMP1903921
GBSMP1903920
GBSMP1903919
GBSMP1903918
GBSMP1903917
GBSMP1903916
GBSMP1903915
GBSMP1903914
GBSMP1903913
GBSMP1903912
GBSMP1903911
GBSMP1903910
GBSMP1903909
GBSMP1903908
GBSMP1903907
GBSMP1903906
GBSMP1903905
GBSMP1903904
GBSMP1903903
GBSMP1903902
GBSMP1903901
Publisher No.
ALBCD039 Albion
Branch Call Number
eNYPL Music
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