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Lionel Sainsbury & John Foulds

Lionel Sainsbury
Cello Concerto op.27 (1999)
i. Allegro assai
ii. Adagio
iii. Allegro

Royal National Scottish Orchestra
Recorded at RSNO Centre, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, 25 May 2011

John Foulds
Cello Concerto in G major op.17 (1908-09)
i. Allegretto piacevole
ii. Adagio molto
iii. Impetuoso

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Recorded at Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset, 30 June 2011

Raphael Wallfisch (cello)
Martin Yates (conductor)

World Premiere Recordings

John Foulds's Cello Concerto at last! This is a beautiful, romantic programme. In his booklet notes, Malcolm MacDonald describes Foulds Cello Concerto as a youthful essay in a melodious late-Romantic idiom ... a succession of memorable tunes in superb orchestration. He goes on to find the coupling the Cello Concerto by Lionel Sainsbury as unabashedly tonal and opulent melodic language, recalling the neo-romantic idiom of great 20th century composers such as William Walton and Samuel Barber. Long requested by Foulds enthusiasts after Raphael Wallfisch had revived it in a broadcast over twenty years ago, Dutton Epoch is delighted to make it available following the success of their two-volume survey of Foulds' shorter orchestral works. Raphael Wallfisch is now joined by Martin Yates and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra to make this world premiere recording. For Lionel Sainsbury's equally delightful Concerto, the Dutton Epoch team journeyed to Glasgow where the Royal Scottish National Orchestra relished Sainsbury's memorable invention, recorded in the presence of the composer.

CDLX 7284

Lionel Sainsbury & John Foulds: Cello Concertos - Martin Yates, Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Raphael Wallfisch

Wallfisch continues his foray into lesser-known British concertos with two impressive recording premieres ... heart-on-sleeve music, painted in bold colours ... the work is full of attractive melodies.
Janet Banks, The Strad, July 2012

... persuasive world premieres of two concertos that already seem like old friends.
Jeremy Nicholas, BBC Music Magazine, July 2012

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