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British Composers Conduct on Acoustic. Various Artists AUS-Import


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 9 2007)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: AUS-Import
  • Label: Dutton
  • ASIN: B000Q6ZGRA
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1. Sir Frederic Cowen: The Butterfly's Ball Overture (1901)
2. Frank Bridge: Suite - The Sea - i Seascape
3. - ii Sea Foam
4. - iii Moonlight
5. - iv The Storm
6. Gustav Holst: Beni Mora - Oriental suite - i First Dance
7. - ii Second Dance
8. - iii In the Street of the Ouled Nails
9. Sir Charles Villiers Stanford: Songs of the Fleet Op.117 - i Sailing at
10. - ii The Song of the Sou'wester
11. - iii The Middle Watch
12. - iv The Little Admiral
13. - v Farewell
14. Sir Edward Elgar: Fringes of the Fleet - i The Lowestoft Boat
15. - ii Fate's Discourtesy
16. - iii Submarines
17. - iv The Sweepers
18. Sir Landon Ronald: In An Eastern Garden (No.2 from The Garden of Allah)

Product Description

This particularly remarkable release comprises recordings made in the pre-electric ‘acoustic’ era. It features recordings dating back as far as 1916 of charming orchestral works such as Sir Frederic Cowen’s The Butterfly’s Ball, Elgar’s Fringes of the Fleet recorded for HMV in 1917 and Holst’s Beni Mora – Oriental Suite recorded in 1924. Music aside, it is quite astonishing to hear how incredibly clear these vintage recordings sound in the twenty-first century, owing to Michael J. Dutton’s exquisite remastering.

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