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CD Masters


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Featuring British film music and recordings by the pianist Marcelle Meyer. With Jonathan Swain.
10.00 Arthur Bliss The World in Ruins (Things to Come) LSO conducted by the composer Benjamin Britten The Night Mail (excerpt) GPO Film Unit. conducted by the composer
10.08 Chabrier Idylle (Piece Pittoresque No 6) Poulenc Mouvements Perpétuels Marcelle Meyer (piano)
10.17 Arthur Bliss Suite: Things to Come LSO conducted by the composer
10.34 Grieg, completed Rontgen String Quartet in F Raphael Quartet
11.06 Constant Lambert Suite: Anna Karenina National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Bernard Herrmann
11.19 Couperin Pieces de Clavecin (excerpts) Marcelle Meyer (piano)
11.35 Walton Prelude: Richard III
National PO, conductor Bernard Herrmann
11.46 Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903 Marcelle Meyer (piano)


Pianist: Marcelle Meyer.
Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Arthur Bliss
Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: Chabrier Idylle
Piano: Marcelle Meyer
Piano: Arthur Bliss
Conductor: Bernard Herrmann
Piano: Marcelle Meyer
Conductor: Bernard Herrmann
Conductor: Bach Chromatic Fantasia
Piano: Marcelle Meyer

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