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Vaughan Williams: The Complete Symphonies [Box Set] - Brian Rayner Cook (baritone); Catherine Bott (soprano); Roderick Elms (organ); Yvonne Kenny (soprano);...
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  1. Symphony No. 1 for soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra ("A Sea Symphony")
  2. Symphony No. 2 in G major ("A London Symphony")
  3. Symphony No. 8 in D minor
  4. Symphony No. 3 for soprano or tenor & orchestra ("Pastoral")
  5. Symphony No. 4 in F minor
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  1. Symphony No. 1 for soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra ("A Sea Symphony")
  2. Symphony No. 2 in G major ("A London Symphony")
  3. Symphony No. 8 in D minor
  4. Symphony No. 3 for soprano or tenor & orchestra ("Pastoral")
  5. Symphony No. 4 in F minor
  6. Symphony No. 5 in D major
  7. Symphony No. 6 in E minor
  8. Symphony No. 7 for soprano, small female chorus & orchestra with narrator ad lib ("Sinfonia Antartica")
  9. Symphony No. 9 in E minor
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As the kingdom entered the digital age, the stereo Ralph Vaughan Williams cycles, the venerable Adrian Boult/London Philharmonic of EMI and the heroic André Previn/London Symphony of RCA, began to seem old-fashioned, faded, and no longer relevant to listeners. So the cry went out into the land for a new, digital Vaughan Williams cycle, and, lo, there came out of Chandos Bryden Thomson and with him came the London Symphony and they did remake Vaughan Williams in their modernist image. For some symphonies, it was said this ...

Vaughan Williams: The Complete Symphonies [Box Set] 1992, Chandos

UPC: 095115908723

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