Connect & follow

Client Login

Login Status  Login Status
Not logged in
 

Products

 

Your Cart

0 Product(s) in cart
Total £0.00
 

Jazz Fusion/Soul

Lonne Liston Smith

Love is the Answer & bonus tracks

The Main Ingredient

Euphrates River

Benny Golson

Killer Joe & bonus tracks

Tower Of Power

Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now

 

Our products

Arthur Bliss Conducts BlissTHE BEATITUDES, A COLOUR SYMPHONY & PASTORAL

Arthur Bliss Conducts Bliss
THE BEATITUDES, A COLOUR SYMPHONY & PASTORAL

The Beatitudes
Cantata for soprano & tenor soli, chorus & orchestra
Orchestral Prelude: A Troubled World Allegro violento
The Mount of Olives (words: Henry Vaughan) Andante
First and Second Beatitudes Andante
Easter (words: George Herbert) Vivo
I Got Me Flowers to Strew Thy Way (words: George Herbert) Andante sereno
Third Beatitude Largamente
The Lofty Looks of Man Shall be Humbled (words adapted from Isaiah II vv. 10-20) Allegro energico
Fourth Beatitude Tranquillo
The Call (words: George Herbert) With devotion
Orchestral Interlude Allegro violente
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Beatitudes Tranquillo
And Death Shall Have No Dominion (words: Dylan Thomas) Allegro
Ninth Beatitude Andante
Voices of the Mob Molto vivo
Epilogue: O Blessed Jesu (words: Jeremy Taylor) Molto tranquillo

Jennifer Vyvyan (soprano)
Richard Lewis (tenor)
Arthur Bliss (conductor)
BBC Home Service broadcast, 25.05.62, from the Coventry Theatre, Coventry

Introduction and Allegro
Arthur Bliss (conductor)
Recorded 23-24.11.55, Kingsway Hall, London
Cat. no. LXT5170; Mat. no. ARL2949
Recording producer: James Walker

Suite from Things to Come
Stereo recording
i Ballet
ii Attack
iii Pestilence
iv Reconstruction
v Machines
vi March

Arthur Bliss (conductor)
London Symphony Orchestra
Recorded 17.06.57, Walthamstow Town Hall, London
Cat. no. SDD255; Mat. no. ZAL9601
Recording producer: James Walker

Pastoral
Lie Strewn the White Flocks
Introduction Assai sostenuto tranquillo Con moto moderato
i Shepherd's Holyday (words: Ben Jonson)
ii A Hymn to Pan (words: John Fletcher) Allegrissimo
iii Pan's Saraband Sostenuto Gareth Morris (flute)
iv Pan and Echo (words: Poliziano trans Geoffrey Dunlop) Gareth Morris (flute) Moderato
v The Naiads' Music (words: Robert Nichols) Allegretto leggiero
vi The Pigeon Song (words: Robert Nichols) Gareth Morris (flute) Andante moderato
vii The Song of the Reapers (words: Theocritus trans Andrew Lang) Allegro deciso
viii Finale The Shepherd's Night Song (words: Robert Nichols) Andante sostenuto Pi lento

Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano)
Gareth Morris (flute)
Henry Taylor (timpani)
Reginald Jacques (conductor)
Jacques String Orchestra
BBC Chorus
Recorded 10.01.51
Cat. no. AX565-8; Mat. no. AR15733-40

A Colour Symphony op.24
i Purple (Andante maestoso)
ii Red (Allegro vivace)
iii Blue (Gently flowing)
iv Green (Moderato)
Arthur Bliss (conductor)
London Symphony Orchestra
Recorded 23-24.11.55, Kingsway Hall, London
Cat. no. LXT5170; Mat. no. ARL2948-9
Recording producer: James Walker

March: The Phoenix (In Honour of France)
Constant Lambert (conductor)
Philharmonia Orchestra
Recorded 29.03.46
Cat. no. C3518; Mat. no. 2EA10957-8

Mono recordings unless otherwise stated

2 CD SET - 2CDBP 9818
Product ID 2CDBP9818
Price: £9.99
EUR: €13.53
USD: $11.32 approx 1,507 JPY
Quantity:
 
Product Reviews

No Reviews For This Product.

Click to review this product

 

Contact Us

Dutton Vocalion
PO Box 609
WATFORD
WD18 7YA
United Kingdom

email
info@duttonvocalion.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1923 803 001
 

Secure Site

Comodo SSL
 

Best Sellers

Arthur Sullivan

“Incidental music from Macbeth and The Tempest, with Simon Callow narrating and Mary Bevan as Ariel, has ‘stocking filler’ written all over it.” Hugh Canning, The Sunday Times Culture supplement, 4 December 2016 [2CDLX 7331 Arthur Sullivan - one of Hugh Canning’s Classical Records of the Year]

Perry Como

Perry Como - Perry & In Person at the International Hotel Las Vegas

Floyd Cramer

Super Country Hits & The Young and the Restless

Henry Hadley

Salome - Tone Poem San Francisco

John Alden Carpenter

Concertino for Piano & Orchestra

 

Blog Archive