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CD Masters


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With Jonathan Swain.
Anthony Collins With Emma to Town London
Promenade Orchestra conducted by the composer
10.05 Handel Alexander 's Feast, Part 2 (excerpt) with Organ Concerto in G, Op 4 No 1 1an Partridge (tenor), Michael George (bass), Paul Nicholson (organ), the Sixteen Choir and Orchestra, conductor Harry Christophers
10.31 Listener request: Stenhammar String Quartet in C. Op 29 (Serenade) Fresk Quartet
10.52 Elgar Falstaff , Op 68 London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Anthony Collins
11.28 Handel Organ Concerto in F Op 4 No 4 (original version with choral finale)
Nicholas Kynaston , unnamed choir, Virtuosi of England, conductor Arthur Davison
11.46 Collins Elegy in Memory of Edward Elgar BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones


Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Anthony Collins
Unknown: Handel Alexander
Tenor: Michael George
Bass: Paul Nicholson
Conductor: Harry Christophers
Unknown: Elgar Falstaff
Conductor: Anthony Collins
Unknown: Nicholas Kynaston
Conductor: Arthur Davison
Conductor: David Lloyd-Jones

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