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Jazz Fusion/Soul/Prog


Prelude & Deodato 2

Ray Davies

Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint


Hiroshima & Odori

The Main Ingredient

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Sir Lennox Berkeley CHAMBER MUSIC

Sir Lennox Berkeley

Lennox Berkeley

Concertino op.49
Introduction & Allegro for solo Violin op.24
Petite Suite (1927)
Duo for Cello & Piano op.81 No.1
Oboe Quartet op.70
Sextet op.47
Elegy for Violin & Piano op.33 No.2
Toccata for Violin & Piano op.33 No.3

Krysia Osostowicz (violin)
Helen Keen (flute)
Jane Salmon (cello)
Michael Dussek (piano)
Melinda Maxwell (oboe)
Asdis Valdimarsdottir (viola)
Mark van der Wiel (clarinet)
Fiona McCapra (violin)
Stephen Stirling (horn)

Recorded at Henry Wood Hall, London
5-6 November 1998

"Fine new recordings ... elegantly fashioned music. It is fastidiously crafted and musically rewarding, unpretentious, urbane and charming. The Endymion Ensemble do it proud, and so does the natural, well-balanced recording."
The Penguin Guide to CDs and DVDs 2003-4 edition

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