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Henry HadleySalome - Tone PoemSan Francisco

Henry Hadley
Salome - Tone Poem
San Francisco

Scherzo Diabolique op.135 (1934)

Salome tone poem op.55 (1906)*
Tondichtung for Grosses Orchester nach Oscar Wilders Trauerspiel
i Lento e molto tranquillo
ii Con ardore
iii Andante
iv Salomens tanz
v Moderato con fermezza
vi Piu lento

Cleopatras Night op.90 (1918): Intermezzo
Ileana Ruhemann solo flute
Othello Overture op.96 (1919)

San Francisco op.121 (1931)
i The Harbour: Moderato e tranquillo Allegro con brio
ii Chinese Quarter: Allegretto moderato
iii Mardi Gras: Allegro non troppo

The Enchanted Castle Overture op.117 (1933)
BBC Concert Orchestra
Rebecca Miller (conductor)

World premiere recordings, except *
CDLX 7319
Product ID CDLX7319
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