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The Art of the Arranger


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Gustav Hoist Suite No 2 CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE conducted by IMOGEN HOLST arr Britten The ash-grove; The Sally Gardens; The trees they grow so high: Come you not from Newcastle
BERNADETTE GREEVY (contralto) PAUL HAMBURGER (pianO) Arnold Three Shanties
LONDON WIND QUINTET trad Brigg Fair (mono) JOSEPH TAYLOR (tenor) arr Grainger Brigg Fair IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor) ELIZABETHAN SINGERS conducted by LOUIS
HALSEY Delius Brigg Fair: an English rhapsody: ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM gramophone records


Conducted By: Imogen Holst
Contralto: Bernadette Greevy
Tenor: Joseph Taylor
Unknown: Grainger Brigg Fair
Tenor: Ian Partridge
Unknown: Halsey Delius Brigg
Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham

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The Art of the Arranger

BBC Radio 3, 11 July 1973 15.05

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