Conductor – Sir John Barbirolli. Producer – Christopher Bishop (tracks: CD1; CD3, 5 to 7; CD5), Ronald Kinloch Anderson (tracks: CD2; CD3, 1 to 4; CD4, 1 to 3, 8 to 11), Victor Olof (tracks: CD4, 4 to 7). Remastered By – Allan Ramsay (tracks: CD3), Paul Baily (tracks: CD2; CD4), Simon Gibson (tracks: CD1; CD5). Track titles and timings come from the booklet; the back cover has only the main titles and merged timings. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. Sibelius – Sir John Barbirolli, Hallé Orchestra - Complete Symphonies, Orchestral Works (5xCD + Box, Comp). Warner Classics, Warner Classics. 50999 9 84706 2 4, 9 84706 2.
Sir John Barbirolli/Hallé Orchestra - Delius: 2 Pieces for Small Orchestra, RT VI/19: I. On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring (Slow) 07:27. Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli - Sibelius: At the Castle Gate (The Sky At Night) 04:30. Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli - On hearing the first cuckoo in spring 07:27. Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli - Overture from The Wasps 08:42. Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli - On hearing the first cuckoo in spring 07:23
The Halle Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli Die Fledermaus Overture. Hall Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli Le carnaval des animaux IX. Le coucou au fond des bois. Sir John Barbirolli & The Hall Orchestra Symphony No. 1 in D Major 'Titan' II. With Energy and Animation, but Not Too Fast. Hall Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli Le carnaval des animaux I. Introduction et marche royale du lion. London Symphony Orchestra/Sir John Barbirolli Delius Irmelin, Prelude for Orchestra, RT VI/27. Philharmonia Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli Pomp and Circumstance March.
André Navarra (cello) & Alfredo Campoli (violin), Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli. Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C major, D944 'The Great'. Recorded 21 & 22 December 1953 Free Trade Hall, Manchester. Schubert: Die Zauberharfe (The Magic Harp), D 644 - Overture. Recorded 28 April 1948 Houldsworth Hall, Manchester & 31 May 1949 N. Studio, Abbey Road, London. Mendelssohn: Scherzo from Octet, Op.
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L'Arlésienne Suite N. (Bizet, Georges). Authorship Note This suite was arranged by Ernest Guiraud (1837-1892) after Bizet's death For the complete incidental music, see L'Arlésienne. Incidental music; Theatrical Works; Suites; For orchestra; Scores featuring the orchestra; For orchestra (arr); For flute, harp (arr); For 2 players; Scores featuring the flute; Scores featuring the harp; For flute, harp, cello (arr); For 3 players; Scores featuring the cello; For flute, harp, viola, cello (arr); Scores featuring the viola; For 4 players; For.
Georges Bizet composed L'Arlésienne as incidental music to Alphonse Daudet's play of the same name, usually translated as The Girl from Arles. It was first performed on 1 October 1872 at the Vaudeville Theatre (now a cinema known as the Gaumont Opéra). Bizet's music consists of 27 numbers (some only a few bars) for voice, chorus, and small orchestra, ranging from short solos to longer entr'actes . The menuet, which is not from L'Arlésienne, but from Bizet's 1866 opera The Fair Maid of Perth, features solos by harp, flute, and, later, saxophone (this replacing the vocal parts of the original); it is the most subdued and emotional movement. Jazz musician Bob James arranged and recorded a jazz version of Farandole on his album Two (1975).
|–Franz Schubert||Symphony No 8 in B Minor|
|A1||–||First Movement Allegro Moderato|
|A2||–||Second Movement Andante Con Moto|
|B1||–Georges Bizet||Prelude From Suite No.1|
|B2||–Georges Bizet||Farandole From Suite No.2|
|B3||–Georges Bizet||Adagietto From Suite No.1|