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Bantock: Orchestral Music - Elizabeth Connell (soprano); Julian Lloyd Webber (cello); Kim Begley (tenor); Roy Jowitt (clarinet);...
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  1. A Celtic Symphony, for string orchestra & 6 harps
  2. The Witch of Atlas (Tone Poem for Orchestra, No. 5)
  3. The Sea Reivers, Hebridean Sea Poem, No. 2
  4. Hebridean Symphony
  5. Pagan Symphony
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  1. A Celtic Symphony, for string orchestra & 6 harps
  2. The Witch of Atlas (Tone Poem for Orchestra, No. 5)
  3. The Sea Reivers, Hebridean Sea Poem, No. 2
  4. Hebridean Symphony
  5. Pagan Symphony
  6. Fifine at the Fair, tone poem
  7. Heroic Ballads (2) for orchestra
  8. Symphony No. 3 "The Cyprian Goddess"
  9. Variations for orchestra on the theme HFB "Helena Variations"
  10. Dante and Beatrice, poem for orchestra
  11. Sappho, prelude & 9 fragments for mezzo-soprano and orchestra
  12. Sapphic Poem for cello and orchestra
  13. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: Prelude
  14. Omar Khayyam, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: Prelude
  15. Omar Khayyam, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: Camel Caravan
  16. Caristiona, Hebridean sea poem for orchestra
  17. Orchestral Scenes (2): No. 1. Processional
  18. Thalaba the Destroyer, tone poem
  19. Overture to a Greek Tragedy
  20. Festival Symphony in 10 parts: The Wilderness and the Solitary Place
  21. Pierrot of the Minute, comedy overture for orchestra
  22. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?The voice of my beloved!?
  23. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?My beloved spake?
  24. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?Arise, my love?
  25. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?Take us the foxes?
  26. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: She flings herself upon a divan in an ecstasy of passionate rapture
  27. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?By night in my dream I sought him?
  28. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Second Day: ?But I found him whom my soul loveth?
  29. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Third Day: The King?s gifts
  30. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Third Day: The Shulamite
  31. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Third Day: The Shulamite is left alone
  32. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Third Day: The Shulamite reflects upon her absent shepherd-lover
  33. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Third Day: ...and sees him in a vision on the mountainside
  34. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?Who is this that cometh up from the wilderness??
  35. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?Set me as a seal upon thy heart?
  36. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?Many waters cannot quench love?
  37. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?For love is strong as death?
  38. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?We have a little sister?
  39. The Song of Songs, for soloists, chorus & orchestra: The Fifth Day: ?Make haste, my beloved?
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If one imagined a more sensuous Elgar, a more vigorous Delius, a less rigorous Wagner, or a less morbid Mahler, one would have imagined the music of Granville Bantock, the fin de siècle English composer who contrived to continue composing late Romantic music straight through to his death in 1946. But if these admittedly invidious comparisons don't suffice, you can always listen to this magnificently played and conducted six-disc set of Bantock's major orchestral works recorded for Hyperion by Vernon Handley and the Royal ...

Bantock: Orchestral Music 2007, Hyperion

UPC: 034571142814

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