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John Joubert, William Alwyn & Carlo Martelli

John Joubert, William Alwyn & Carlo Martelli

John Joubert

Symphony no.2 in one movement op.68 (In memory of those killed at Sharpeville, 21.3.60) (1970): Poco lento Allegro vivace Lento e sostenuto Allegro vivace

William Alwyn

Prelude from The Fairy Fiddler' (1924): Andante, molto tranquillo Allegro Poco meno mosso Allegro Andante, molto semplice Tempo primo Slower
Derrybeg Fair from The Fairy Fiddler' (1925): Allegro molto Andante con moto L'istesso tempo Tempo primo

Carlo Martelli

Symphony op.4 (1955-56)
i. Allegro
ii. Allegretto
iii. Largo Allegro

Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Martin Yates (conductor)

World premiere recordings

Recorded at RSNO Centre, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, 11-12 January 2011

CDLX 7270

John Joubert, William Alwyn & Carlo Martelli - Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Martin Yates
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