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British Piano Concertos
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He wrote 3 piano concertos, of which we have the first here, composed in 1960. Exceptionally, there are no strings in the orchestra - only woodwind, brass, percussion and celeste. This work takes a bit of careful listening, but it is truly worth the effort of getting to know it.

Style: SuiteArtist: Various. Hurlstone - Piano Concerto - Piano Trio - Piano Quartet - 2CD's Album - 2007. 2 brand new from £2. 4. British music on lyrita from quad 1993 CD album. Inlays and booklet are in great condition with no tears, marks or bends. 3–William Walton Music For Children (X) Trumpet Tune2:09. 7–Edmund RubbraSymphony No. 4 Op. 53 From (III) Allegro Maestoso5:12.

Album · 1994 · 18 Songs. Mozart: Piano Concertos. The Best of British Light Music: A Trip Down Memory Lane. Andrew Penny & Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Children's Classics: Music to Make Children Brighter. Patrick Hawes: Fair Albion - Visions Of England. Binge: The Watermill, Scottish Rhapsody. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Piano Concertos 1 & 2. 1990. This album has an average beat per minute of 79 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 58/111 BPM). Tracklist Piano Concertos 1 & 2. 1. Piano Concerto No. 1 in F-Sharp Minor, Op.

Russian Piano Concertos. This set contains the famous concertos by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich and Prokofiev, but also lesser known composers: Anton Rubinstein, Medtner, Glazunov, Kabalevsky, Scriabin, Khatchaturian, Arensky, Balakirev, Lyapunov, Bortkiewicz and Khrennikov. Adding extra spice to the set are the concertos by Scharwenka and Moszkowski, Polish by birth.

This list of piano concertos by key is a list of famous piano concertos sorted by key. For the least often used keys in orchestral music, the piano concerto listed might be famous only for being in that key. Technically, the piano can play in any key, and the unaccompanied solo piano repertoire abounds in keys that are used less frequently in orchestral music. Even so, some preferences manifest themselves. Piano Concerto (Leroy Anderson). 1 (Beethoven). Piano Concerto (Busoni).

Whilst there is much music for piano duet, concertos for four hands at one piano are rare – Gordon Jacob wrote a very attractive one for Cyril Smith and Phyllis Sellick in 1969. This music is passionate and owes something to the fact that Arnold had recently spent three and a half months in Springfield Hospital, following a psychotic episode; so often the breakdown in Arnold’s health is reflected in his music. Phillip Dyson is the virtuoso soloist in the Fantasy, more than ably partnered by Kevin Sargent in the Concertos. The recorded sound is bright and clear placing the performers in a true concert hall setting. A valuable addition to Naxos’s growing catalogue of Arnold recordings.

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Piano Concerto No. 2 In C Minor Op. 26
Composed By – Sir Charles Villiers Stanford*Conductor – Nicholas BraithwaiteOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*Piano – Malcolm Binns
1-1 1st Movement: Allegro Moderato 15:39
1-2 2nd Movement: Adagio Molto 11:32
1-3 3rd Movement: Allegro Molto 10:19
1-4 Eclogue For Piano And String Orchestra Op. 10
Composed By – Gerald FinziConductor – Vernon HandleyOrchestra – New Philharmonia OrchestraPiano – Peter Katin
Dynamic Triptych For Piano & Orchestra Op. 88
Composed By – John FouldsConductor – Vernon HandleyOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Howard Shelley
1-5 1st Movement: Dynamic Mode 9:47
1-6 2nd Movement: Dynamic Timbre 12:44
1-7 3rd Movement: Dynamic Rhythm 6:43
Phantasm - Rhapsody For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By – Frank BridgeConductor – Nicholas BraithwaiteOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Peter Wallfisch
2-1 Allegro Moderato - Poco Piu Lento 5:24
2-2 Allegro Moderato 6:07
2-3 Andante Molto Moderato 8:46
2-4 Allegro Moderato 7:07
Piano Concerto In C
Composed By – Ralph Vaughan WilliamsConductor – Vernon HandleyOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Howard Shelley
2-5 1st Movement: Toccata (Allegro Moderato) 6:49
2-6 2nd Movement: Romanza (Lento) 9:26
2-7 3rd Movement: Fuga Chromatica Con Finale All Tedesca 11:27
Piano Concerto No. 1
Composed By – Alan RawsthorneConductor – Nicholas BraithwaiteOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*Piano – Malcolm Binns
2-8 1st Movement: Capriccio (Allegro Molto) 7:50
2-9 2nd Movement: Chaconne (Andante Con Moto) 6:26
2-10 3rd Movement: Tarantella (Vivace) 5:56
3-1 Early One Morning - Poem Fro Piano & Orchestra
Composed By – Cyril ScottConductor – Bernard HerrmannOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – John Ogdon
3-2 Legend For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By – John IrelandConductor – Sir Adrian BoultOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Eric Parkin
Piano Concerto
Composed By – William BuschConductor – Vernon HandleyOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Piers Lane
3-3 1st Movement: Allegro 11:54
3-4 2nd Movement: Allegretto Tranquillo 5:34
3-5 3rd Movement: Allegro Non Troppo 10:54
3-6 Rhapsody In F Sharp For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By – E J Moeran*Conductor – Nicholas BraithwaiteOrchestra – New Philharmonia OrchestraPiano – John McCabe
Piano Concerto In B Flat Op. 29
Composed By – Lennox BerkeleyConductor – Nicholas BraithwaiteOrchestra – New Philharmonia OrchestraPiano – David Wilde
4-1 1st Movement: Allegro Moderato 11:46
4-2 2nd Movement: Andante 7:53
4-3 3rd Movement: Vivace 6:32
Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 19
Composed By – Alun HoddinottConductor – Barry WordsworthOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Philip Fowke
4-4 1st Movement: Moderato 5:25
4-5 2nd Movement: Presto 4:40
4-6 3rd Movement: Lento 4:06
4-7 4th Movement: Allegro 4:54
Piano Concerto No. 3 In E Flat
Composed By, Piano – Malcolm WilliamsonConductor – Leonard DommettOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*
4-8 1st Movement: Allegro (Toccata) 7:33
4-9 2nd Movement: Allegro (Allegretto) (Scherzo) 6:29
4-10 3rd Movement: Molto Largo E Cantando 13:19
4-11 4th Movement: Ben Allegro 4:52


  • Liner Notes – Paul Conway

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The middle of Frank Bridge's (1879-1941) Phantasm (rhapsody for piano and orchestra 1931) performed by Peter Wallfisch and Nicholas Braithwaite reminds me of Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996). Some aspects of the last movement might need special handling, to keep a more proper and sure distance from Les Baxter. It is an ever-present problem of heroic gestures attempted with thinner textures.Includes a sixteen page booklet (with no advertisements), withsatisfying notes by Paul Conway.This 4-cd set is a treasurful index of "modern" works for piano and orchestra.