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« Reply #15 on: April 28, 2017, 11:24:18 am »

Anyhow, enough to look forward to with anticipation: https://www.duttonvocalion.co.uk
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« Reply #16 on: April 28, 2017, 12:10:55 pm »

The absence of Maximilian Steinberg's last three symphonies from the cd catalogues has long been a mystery to me so it is splendid to see this recording of the Fourth. Perhaps one day we might get Nos. 3 and 5?

I have also ordered the Clifford cd. The other new Duttons do not excite me. I can understand people being interested in original versions of works like the Walton Violin Concerto or indeed in alternative and new interpretations but I would personally prefer previously unrecorded repertoire and there are a number of fine but unrecorded British violin concertos. If however it is all about sales then presumably Dutton knows what it is doing and I recognise the imperative.
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« Reply #17 on: April 29, 2017, 03:48:59 am »

I feel much as Colin does. I am very pleased about the Clifford, hope there's something in there as inspiring as his wonderful Symphony. I'm toying with the idea of the other British ones: I'm not really a film person, but I do like VW and can I ever have too many recordings of Walton's Violin Concerto? On the other hand Heifetz probably said the best there is to be said about that work.
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« Reply #18 on: April 29, 2017, 04:33:44 am »

Having looked again, I've realised I don't actually have a recording of the Bliss Violin Concerto, so that's something to look forward to; the Chaminade will be interesting too, as I have heard little of hers; and maybe I'll enjoy that film score somehow, in lovely Dutton sound, rather than the scratchy old recording of a few bits that the composer made.
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« Reply #19 on: April 29, 2017, 04:45:58 pm »

Just for reference (there are of course many others but this is a selection):

UNRECORDED BRITISH VIOLIN CONCERTOS:

Sir Charles Villiers Stanford:(1852-1924):Violin Concerto in D major(1875)
               
Sir Eugene Goossens(1893-1962):Phantasy Concerto(1948)

Gordon Jacob(1895-1984):   Violin Concerto(1953)

Grace Williams(1906-77):   Violin Concerto(1950)

Arnold Cooke(1906-2005):   Violin Concerto(1958)

William Wordsworth(1908-88): Violin Concerto(1955)

Robert Still(1910-71):      Violin Concerto(1969)

Franz Reizenstein(1911-68):   Violin Concerto(1952)

Stanley Bate(1911-59):      Violin Concerto No.1(1936-37)
                                                  Violin Concerto No.2(1943)
                                                  Violin Concerto No.3(1947-50)

Daniel Jones(1912-93):      Violin Concerto(1966)

Peter Racine Fricker(1920-90): Violin Concerto No.2(Rhapsodia Concertante) (1953-54)

Ruth Gipps(1921-99):           Violin Concerto(1943)

Robert Simpson(1921-97):   Violin Concerto(1959)

Iain Hamilton(1922-2000):   Violin Concerto No.2 “Amphion”(1972)

Arthur Butterworth(1923-2014):Violin Concerto(1978)

Wilfred Josephs(1927-97):   Violin Concerto(1992)

Ronald Stevenson(1928-2015):Violin Concerto “The Gypsy”(1977-79)

Alun Hoddinott(1929-2008):    Violin Concerto No.1(1960)
                                                        Violin Concerto No.2 “Mistral”(1995)

Kenneth Leighton(1929-88):    Violin Concerto(1952)

Hugh Wood(1932-):                 Violin Concerto No.2(2003-04)

Sir Peter Maxwell Davies(1934-2016):Violin Concerto No.2 “Fiddler on the Shore”(2009)

William Mathias(1934-92):   Violin Concerto(1992)

John McCabe(1939-2015):   Violin Concerto No.1 “Sinfonia Concertante”(1959)
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« Reply #20 on: April 30, 2017, 03:51:02 pm »

Certain releases are Gilbert and Cellier's comic opera 'The Mountebanks' (1891) and Sullivan's monumental 1873 oratorio 'The Light of the World', which was recorded 22nd-25th April, both with BBC forces. Other than those, I know not...
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« Reply #21 on: April 30, 2017, 11:23:09 pm »

Robin Orr's and Ruth Gipps Symphonies ,Norman Demuth and Inglis Gundry or Cedric Thorpe-Davie works.On russian field i will pray a modern recording of The Soviet East, suite, Op. 75 by Vasilenko
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« Reply #22 on: May 02, 2017, 11:09:10 am »

Robin Orr's and Ruth Gipps Symphonies ,Norman Demuth and Inglis Gundry or Cedric Thorpe-Davie works.On russian field i will pray a modern recording of The Soviet East, suite, Op. 75 by Vasilenko

Hi Toby - has Soviet East been recorded? Do you have it?
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« Reply #23 on: May 02, 2017, 12:46:51 pm »

its on an old 1960s 10" LP   I bought a copy back in the 1990s
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« Reply #24 on: May 02, 2017, 01:54:48 pm »

its on an old 1960s 10" LP   I bought a copy back in the 1990s
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Surely i listened it (was uploaded on UC or Van Rijen) but more so IMHO a new stereo and digital recording would be a great improvement
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It's a great loss that Kabalevsky's film music hasn't been recorded it could be well compared to Prokofiev and Shostakovich,i tell because Dutton release also soundtracks
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« Reply #25 on: May 02, 2017, 04:32:04 pm »

One of the reasons that more Soviet era music has not been re-recorded with modern technology, is that the reorganized Melodiya still owns and has reasserted its copyrights or may be in the process of reasserting its copyrights in the future.. leading some record executives to shy away from any new projects... i.e.  Vasilenko, Peiko, Alexandrov, Popov....  I was told that by Klaus Heymann back a few years ago.
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« Reply #26 on: May 02, 2017, 06:25:33 pm »

Robin Orr's and Ruth Gipps Symphonies ,Norman Demuth and Inglis Gundry or Cedric Thorpe-Davie works.On russian field i will pray a modern recording of The Soviet East, suite, Op. 75 by Vasilenko

Hi Toby - has Soviet East been recorded? Do you have it?

Christopher, have a look at our Russian and Soviet Downloads. I once posted it right there and the link should still be active.
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« Reply #27 on: May 03, 2017, 12:14:48 am »

In July the chorus and orchestra of English National Opera under Martyn Brabbins will record four pieces by Havergal Brian:

Overture "For Valour" (1902/06)
Fantastic Variations on an Old Rhyme (1907)
Cantata "The Vision of Cleopatra" for soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, chorus and orchestra(1908) (realised by John Pickard)
Two Choral Pieces for female voices and orchestra (formerly known as Two Herrick Songs) (1912)


The two purely orchestral works featured on Naxos cds originally issued in the 1990s and both together with the work previously known as the Two Herrick Songs on old Cameo Classics cds in amateur performances by the City of Hull Youth Orchestra.

This will be a very well-stocked cd with over 70 minutes of music. Personally I would have liked a new recording of Psalm 23 and, perhaps, "In Memoriam" but no doubt these will follow in time.

More proof that Dutton seem to be alive and kicking Smiley
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« Reply #28 on: May 03, 2017, 06:46:20 am »

In July the chorus and orchestra of English National Opera under Martyn Brabbins will record four pieces by Havergal Brian:

Overture "For Valour" (1902/06)Fantastic Variations on an Old Rhyme (1907)
Cantata "The Vision of Cleopatra" for soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, chorus and orchestra(1908) (realised by John Pickard)
Two Choral Pieces for female voices and orchestra (formerly known as Two Herrick Songs) (1912)


The two purely orchestral works featured on Naxos cds originally issued in the 1990s and both together with the work previously known as the Two Herrick Songs on old Cameo Classics cds in amateur performances by the City of Hull Youth Orchestra.

This will be a very well-stocked cd with over 70 minutes of music. Personally I would have liked a new recording of Psalm 23 and, perhaps, "In Memoriam" but no doubt these will follow in time.

More proof that Dutton seem to be alive and kicking Smiley
Great news indeed!
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« Reply #29 on: May 03, 2017, 11:31:51 am »

In July the chorus and orchestra of English National Opera under Martyn Brabbins will record four pieces by Havergal Brian:

Overture "For Valour" (1902/06)
Fantastic Variations on an Old Rhyme (1907)
Cantata "The Vision of Cleopatra" for soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, chorus and orchestra(1908) (realised by John Pickard)
Two Choral Pieces for female voices and orchestra (formerly known as Two Herrick Songs) (1912)


The two purely orchestral works featured on Naxos cds originally issued in the 1990s and both together with the work previously known as the Two Herrick Songs on old Cameo Classics cds in amateur performances by the City of Hull Youth Orchestra.

This will be a very well-stocked cd with over 70 minutes of music. Personally I would have liked a new recording of Psalm 23 and, perhaps, "In Memoriam" but no doubt these will follow in time.

More proof that Dutton seem to be alive and kicking Smiley

Now,now.....mustn't gwumble!! Roll Eyes Grin I do understand,though. For Valour is very probably one of my least favourite Brian pieces. Best leave that sort of thing to Elgar!! On the other hand,In Memorian is early Brian at his best. But it's stll a great program. This will be something to look forward to! Smiley Smiley Smiley
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