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Havergal Brian (1876-1972)

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Frederic Cowen (1852-1935)

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« on: February 13, 2021, 04:04:44 pm »

a few of the discs will duplicate symphonies, but also provide you with some fantastic bonus works

This library will give you in addition:

For Valour, overture (1902-06)
English Suite No.1 (1905-06)
Fantastic Variations on an Old Rhyme (1907)
Festal Dance (1908)
In Memoriam, tone poem (1910)
Doctor Merryheart, comedy overture (1911-12)
English Suite No.3 (1919-21)
English Suite No.4 (1921)
Violin Concerto (1934-35)
The Tinker's Wedding, comedy overture (1947-48)
The Jolly Miller, comedy overture (1962)
Concerto for Orchestra (1964)

The Brian completist will also "need":

The Vision of Cleopatra, tragic poem (1907); Two Choral Pieces (1912); Fantastic Variations on an Old Rhyme (1907) and For Valour (Brabbins, Dutton CDLX 7348)

Ave atque vale, legend (1968); Elegy (1954); Burlesque Variations on an Original Theme (1903) and English Suite No.5 (1953) (Garry Walker, Toccata TOCC 0110)

Symphonic Variations on Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? from The Tigers (1924); Three pieces from Turandot (1949-51); Night Ride of Faust and Mephistopheles from Faust (1955-56); Preludio tragico from The Cenci (1951-52) and A Turandot Suite (Garry Walker, Toccata TOCC 0113)

Cello Concerto (1964) (Yates, Dutton CDLX 7263)

The Tigers, burlesque opera (1917-29) (Friend, Testament SBT 1496)

Alas, I am a completist...

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