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Second Movement - Scherzo - Dohnányi*, Sir Malcolm Sargent Conducting The London Symphony Orchestra - Suite For Orchestra (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Malcolm Sargent's reputation as one of the great popularizers of classical music in Britain arose not only through his long association with the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts (), but was evident much earlier through chief conductorships of the Halle (), Liverpool Philharmonic (), and BBC Symphony Orchestras ().5/5(20).
  2. Gustav Holst, Adrian Boult, Andre Previn, Yehudi Menuhin, Malcolm Sargent, Charles Groves, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra - Gustav Holst: The Collector's Edition - ternahouliserroharingsaperchale.xyzinfo Music/5(55).
  3. (CD) Avid Records AMSC coupled with the 27 November Philadelphia Orchestra recording of Carnival des animaux and the Sir Malcolm Sargent recording of Brittens "Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra" 1 July CBS Studios, Hollywood, California All-American Youth Orchestra labeled by Columbia "All-American Symphony Orchestra".
  4. London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Recorded January , Kingsway Hall, London. (Double Decca – 2 CD compilation) _____ Tchaikovsky – Concerto in D major, op. Mendelssohn –Concerto in E minor, op.
  5. The London Symphony Orchestra was conducted by Frederic Cowen. The liner notes point out that the second movement, ‘Pavana Chromatica ‘was inspired by a visit to Saltram House in Plympton Plymouth. Moura Lympany was to record the Scherzo again during the nineteen-sixties with Sir Malcolm Sargent and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
  6. Sir Malcolm Sargent conducts Philharmonia Orchestra (Op. 1) Walter Goehr conducts Liverpool Philharmonic (Op. 18) Basil Cameron conducts Liverpool Philharmonic (Op. 43) Naxos , Benno Moiseiwitsch () gained the respect of Serge Rachmaninov himself as .
  7. Conductor – Sir Malcolm Sargent Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: N1: Symphony No.5 In E Minor (First And Second Movements) Conductor – Jascha Horenstein Orchestra – New Philharmonia Orchestra: O1: Nutcracker Suite Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult Orchestra – The New Symphony Orchestra Of London: P1: Francesca Da Rimini/5(5).
  8. This is a treasure box. Sir John Barbirolli was a small man of enormous stature,- one of the greatest 20th century musicians in the world. I got excited just looking at the booklet from the box, detailing his work with his precious Halle Orchestra,the London Symphony Orchestra,The Philharmonia, the New Philharmonia,the Sinfonia of London and the Vienna Philharmonic/5(10).

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