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Albion’s Vision. An introduction to the Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams on Albion Records (FLAC)

Albion's Vision. An introduction to the Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams on Albion Records (FLAC)

Albion’s Vision. An introduction to the Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams on Albion Records (FLAC)

Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams, Patrick Hadley
Performer: Iain Burnside, Matthew Trusler, Mary Bevan, Leigh Melrose, Roderick Williams, Alan Rowlands, Adrian Sims, David Briggs, Derek Welton, Robert B. Anderson, Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Joyful Company of Singers, Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh
Orchestra: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, New Queen’s Hall Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Paul Daniel, Sir David Willcocks, Alan Tongue, Peter Broadbent, William Steinberg
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Albion
Catalogue: ALBCDSAMP
Release: 2015
Size: 231 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Vaughan Williams: Prelude on an Old Carol Tune

Vaughan Williams: Folk Songs of the 4 Seasons
02. The Unquiet Grave, “How cold the wind doth blow”

Vaughan Williams: A Cambridge Mass
03. A Cambridge Mass: Offertorium

Vaughan Williams: Job – A Masque for Dancing
04. Scene 7 Elihu’s dance of youth and beauty (arr. V. Lasker for piano)

05. Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folksong

Hadley: Fen and Flood – A Cantata
06. The Lynn Apprentice (arr. R. Vaughan Williams)

07. Vaughan Williams: The New Commonwealth

Vaughan Williams: 7 Songs from The Pilgrim’s Progress
08. No. 1. Watchful’s Song

09. Vaughan Williams: Rondel

Vaughan Williams: The Wasps
10. Overture (arr. C. Lambert for piano 4 hands)

Vaughan Williams: Suite For Viola And Orchestra
11. Carol (arr. H. Sumsion for organ)

Vaughan Williams: Traditional English Carols
12. No. 6. The truth sent from above (version for voice and piano)

Vaughan Williams: Five Tudor Portraits
13. No. 5. Scherzo: Jolly Rutterkin

An Albion Records sampler album, featuring single tracks from Albion recordings issued up to and including ALBCD021/022 Vaughan Williams: Bursts of Acclamation.

Since its formation in 1994, The Ralph Vaughan Williams Society – a registered charity – has sought to raise the profile of the composer through publications, seminars and sponsorship of recordings.

With around 1,000 members, the Society created a recording label, Albion Records, in 2007 which is devoted to recordings of rare Vaughan Williams. World première recordings abound among the many beautiful songs to be found on our early recordings, ALB001 Vaughan Williams: The Sky Shall Be Our Roof and ALBCD002 Vaughan Williams Kissing Her Hair. ALBCD009 Vaughan Williams: Music in the Heart includes Vaughan Williams conducting his Serenade to Music. ALBCD012 Vaughan Williams The Garden of Proserpine, a rediscovery of an early work, spent five weeks in The Specialist Classical Chart in 2011 and also reached the Classic FM Top Forty.

Other releases include ALBCD011 Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 6 arranged for two pianos and ALBCD010 Vaughan Williams: Folk Songs of the Four Seasons. ALBCD013 Vaughan Williams On Christmas Day, a recording of folk songs and folk carols, was a seasonally popular release for Christmas 2011 but is a wonderful recording at any time of year. In 2012, we issued ALBCD015 Vaughan Williams: Sons of the Morning, a recording of piano music by Vaughan Williams and Gurney including the world première of Job, arranged by Vally Lasker. The pianist is Iain Burnside in his first solo recording. In 2013, ALBCD016 Vaughan Williams: The Solent reached No. 4 in the Specialist Classical Chart and remained in the top twenty for many weeks. This record was also nominated for a Grammy Award for 2015 in the Best Classical Compendium category.

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