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CD Masters

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With Jonathan Swain :
Handel, arr Henry Wood Organ Concerto in B flat, Op 7 No 3 (Hallelujah)
George Thalben-Ball (organ), Philharmonia, conductor Walter Susskind
10.22 Purcell Thus the Gloomy World at First Began To Shine (The Fairy Queen, Act 5) Peter Pears (tenor), Boyd Neel Orchestra , conductor Anthony Lewis
Handel Love in Her Eyes Sits Playing (Acis and Galatea) Peter Pears (tenor), Harold Jackson (trumpet), Thurston Dart (harpsichord),
Philomusica of London, conductor Adrian Boult
10.36 Respighl Pines of Rome
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Constantin Silvestri
10.58 Schubert Die schone Mullerin, D795 (excerpt) Peter Pears (tenor), Benjamin Britten (piano)
11.25 Lanqlais Organ Concerto No 3 (Reaction) Franz Hauk (organ), Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt, conductor Markus Poschner
11.44 Tippett Songs for
Ariel Peter Pears (tenor), Benjamin Britten (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain
Unknown: George Thalben-Ball
Conductor: Walter Susskind
Tenor: Peter Pears
Tenor: Boyd Neel Orchestra
Conductor: Anthony Lewis
Conductor: Handel Love
Tenor: Peter Pears
Tenor: Harold Jackson
Harpsichord: Thurston Dart
Conductor: Adrian Boult
Conductor: Respighl Pines
Conductor: Constantin Silvestri
Tenor: Peter Pears
Piano: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: Franz Hauk
Conductor: Markus Poschner
Tenor: Ariel Peter Pears
Tenor: Benjamin Britten

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