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Grainger: Works for Large Chorus and Orchestra

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CHAN 5121
 
Grainger: Works for Large Chorus and Orchestra
Release Date: April 2013
Originally recorded in 2012
Composer (1882-1961)
Percy Grainger
Choral
Sydney Chamber Choir
Choral
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Conductor
Sir Andrew Davis
Venue
Hamer Hall, The Arts Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Producer (Executive)
Ralph Couzens
Producer
Stephen Snelleman
Engineer (30 August-1 and 3 September 2012)
Alex Stinson
Engineer (4, 5, and 8 September 2012)
Jim Atkins
Engineer (Assistant: 30 August-1 September 2012)
Russell Thomson
Genre:
Choir
Orchestral & Concertos

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PERCY GRAINGER

(1882-1961)
premiere recording
1.

King Solomon's Espousals

8:52
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(Song of Solomon, Part V)
Edited by Barry Peter Ould
Fairly fast
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Danny Deever

4:03
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[KS 12]
Lovingly dedicated to my Mother
José Carbó baritone
Fairly fast
premiere recording in this version
3.

Marching Song of Democracy

7:02
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For my darling mother, united with her in loving adoration of Walt Whitman
At quick marching speed
premiere recording
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The Wraith of Odin

5:10
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Edited by Barry Peter Ould
Fairly fast
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The Hunter in His Career

1:40
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[OEPM 3]
Edited by Barry Peter Ould
Fast
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Sir Eglamore

3:56
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[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
premiere recording
7.

The Lads of Wamphray

7:03
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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
8.

The Bride's Tragedy

10:10
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Fast, rhythmic, fierce - Poco meno mosso - Flowingly
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Tribute to Foster

10:27
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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
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(Last tone-bout)
Edited by Barry Peter Ould
Slowly murmuring - Fairly fast - Slowly flowing - Quite flowingly
Total time: 72:39
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
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)

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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
premiere recording in this version
5.

The Hunter in His Career

1:40
[OEPM 3]
Edited by Barry Peter Ould
Fast
premiere recording
6.

Sir Eglamore

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
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
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
Total time: 72:39
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
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)




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