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« Reply #3555 on: July 03, 2022, 12:55:53 pm »

Talking of links to Coleridge-Taylor! Can anyone here supply me with a "link" to the Malcolm Williamson files here?!! I,recently,enjoyed listening to his opera Our Man in Havana (which really does deserve a commercial cd release! Come on Chandos! ;D) and I acquired Volume 2 of Chandos orchestral works series. Incidentally,will we ever get a Volume 3? I can understand Chandos dumping Rufinatscha,but Malcolm Williamson strikes me as an intriguing figure,who deserves a reappraisal and forgiveness,thereby,for his past failings! (Heck! Nobody's perfect!)

I certainly can, and I will send you the link by PM. Meanwhile, do get the two-disc Hyperion set of the Piano Concertos - they are great!

Thanks very much for the link,Albion! :) I downloaded...........everythi ng! ;D I will certainly look out for the Hyperion set at an affordable price! A couple of months ago Hyperion had the set on offer (a tenner + p&p) in their bargain bin (or whatever they call it?). I could have kicked myself for not buying it then!  The prices on ebay & amazon at the moment are more frightening than Dracula,the werewolf,the mummy,Boris Karloff,Norman Bates,Ed gein,crossroads,Max Bygraves and the human caterpillar (that's enough scary comparison's,ed!) combined! :o

You're very welcome, as always! As to a fright-fest don't forget "The Tingler" (1959)...

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