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Sir George Dyson (1883-1964)


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« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2021, 04:32:24 pm »

I have the Naxos version which seems to have received very good reviews; I haven't heard the Chandos and so I can't compare them. In any case, I am no Dyson expert. In fact, I only realisesd I had a recording of his Symphony when Albion extolled the virues of Dyson in another thread some while ago and I went a-searcing my catalogue to see what I had of his and, blow me down, there it was. Please tell me I'm not alone on this forum in having records that I had entirely forgotten I'd bought! I also have a download of the Chandos recording of the Violin Concerto and I'd forgotten I had that too. :-\

Nevertheless, I must investigate the choral music which has so enthused y'all.
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