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CHSA 5121 - Grainger: Works for Large Chorus and Orchestra
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CD available From: 18 March 2013
 Percy Grainger (1882-1961)
      premiere recording
1 King Solomon's Espousals 8:52
      (Song of Solomon, Part V)
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      Fairly fast
2 Danny Deever 4:03
      [KS 12]
      Lovingly dedicated to my Mother
      José Carbó baritone
      Fairly fast
      premiere recording in this version
3 Marching Song of Democracy 7:02
      For my darling mother, united with her in loving adoration of Walt Whitman
      At quick marching speed
      premiere recording
4 The Wraith of Odin 5:10
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      Fairly fast
 Sydney Chamber Choir
      premiere recording in this version
5 The Hunter in His Career 1:40
      [OEPM 3]
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      premiere recording
6 Sir Eglasmore 3:56
      [BFMS 13]
      Tune and words from Stafford Smith's Musica Antiqua (1812)
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      Lovingly and reverently dedicated to the memory of Edvard Grieg
      Fairly slow - Rather fast
 Sydney Chamber Choir
      premiere recording
7 The Lads of Wamphray 7:03
      Folk-Poem from Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (1802-03)
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      Andrew Morton tenor
      Alexander Knight baritone
      Fairly fast - In time, slower than first speed
 Sydney Chamber Choir
8 The Bride's Tragedy 10:10
      Fast, rhythmic, fierce - Poco meno mosso - Flowingly
9 Tribute to Foster 10:27
      Jessica Aszodi soprano
      Victoria Lambourn mezzo-soprano
      Ben Namdarian tenor
      Timothy Reynolds tenor
      Nicholas Dinopoulos bass-baritone
      Fairly fast - Slower - First speed
      premiere recording
10 Thanksgiving Song 13:22
      (Last tone-bout)
      Edited by Barry Peter Ould
      Slowly murmuring - Fairly fast - Slowly flowing - Quite flowingly
 Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus
 Sir Andrew Davis
 Recorded in:
 Hamer Hall, The Arts Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
      30 August-1 September 2012 (live: Danny Deever, Marching Song of Democracy, The Bride's Tragedy, Tribute to Foster) & 3, 4, 5, and 8 September 2012 (other works)
 Ralph Couzens (Executive)
 Stephen Snelleman
 Sound Engineer(s)
 Alex Stinson (30 August-1 and 3 September 2012)
 Jim Atkins (4, 5, and 8 September 2012)
 Russell Thomson (Assistant: 30 August-1 September 2012)
 Alex Stinson (Assistant: 4, 5, and 8 September 2012)
 Format: Digital CD 16Bit 44.1Khz
Originally recorded in: 24Bit 96Khz

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