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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


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The Main Ingredient

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Alan Rawsthorne
Simon Callow

Street Corner Overture (1944)

Madame Chrysanthme Ballet Suite (1957):
Procession with Lanterns
Sword Dance
Les Mousms

Practical Cats An entertainment for speaker and orchestra (1954)
Verses from Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats' by T.S. Eliot:
The Naming of Cats
The Old Gumbie Cat
Gus: the Theatre Cat
Bustopher Jones: the Cat about Town
Old Deuteronomy
The Song of the Jellicles

Simon Callow (narrator)

Theme, Variations & Finale (1967)
World premiere recording

Medieval Diptych, for baritone & orchestra (1962)
World premiere recording
Jeremy Huw Williams (baritone)

Coronation Overture (1953)
World premiere recording

Recorded at Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 4-5 September 2007
and Abbey Road Studio 2, London, 17 December 2007

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“Callow’s interpretation [Practical Cats] is as personal as Robert Donat’s in Rawsthorne’s 1954 mono recording ...”
“Altogether this impressive and important collection is clearly recommended – and not only for Rawsthorne fans.” Andrew Lamb, Gramophone, July 2008 – Gramophone Editor’s Choice July 2008
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