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Geoffrey Bush - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime

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LE 1131
 
Geoffrey Bush - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
Release Date: February 2017
Originally recorded in 1972
Composer
Geoffery Bush
Solo trumpet
Patrick Addinall
Solo piano
Hamish Milne
Conductor
Bryden Thomson
Orchestra
Musicians of London
Conductor
Simon Joly
Producer
Chris de Souza
Genre:
Opera

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GEOFFERY BUSH

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime (1972)

An Opera in One Act
Scene I An evening party at Lady Windemere's: The drawing room
1.
'O what a wonderful evening'
4:46
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Sibyl's Ballad
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3.
Introducing Mr Podgers
4:29
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4.
Lord Arthur's hand
2:55
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5.
A marriage postponed. A murder foretold
4:47
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6.
Interlude 1 Two Part Invention
2:41
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Scene II A few weeks later : The shop of a well-known ararchist in Soho
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'Duty calls!'
6:23
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A respectable ararchist
3:01
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'This booby-trapped umbrella'
4:24
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Interlude 2 Chorale Prelude
1:51
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Scene III A few days later : The Embankment near Blackfriars Bridge: night
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'When you're in love!'
5:46
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Letter from Chichester
4:55
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13.
'Mister Septimus Podgers?'
4:36
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Concerto for Trumpet, Piano and Strings (1962)

14.
I
Toccata
7:06
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II
Nocturne
7:08
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16.
III
Finale
6:31
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Solo: Patrick Addinall trumpet
Solo: Hamish Milne piano
Conductor: Bryden Thomson
BBC Broadcast 8 May 1986
Total time: 74:05
Tracks 1-13:
Characters
Lord Arthur Savile - David Johnson tenor
Miss Sibyl Merton - Lynne Dawson, soprano
Septimus R. Podgers, a Chiromantist - Alan Watt, baritone
The Anarchist - Donald Maxwell, baritone
Lady Windermere - Anne Pashley, soprano
Lady Flora - Eirian James, mezzo soprano
Duchess of Paisley - Anne Collins, contralto
Lane, a butler - John Winfield, tenor
Merriman, a gentleman's gentleman - Philip Riley, baritone
Sir Thomas - Geoffrey Moses, bass-baritone
Police-Sergeant - Geoffrey Moses, bass-baritone
Conductor: Simon Joly
BBC Studio Recording, boradcast on 27 July 1986

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GEOFFERY BUSH

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime (1972)

An Opera in One Act
Scene I An evening party at Lady Windemere's: The drawing room
1.
'O what a wonderful evening'
4:46
2.
Sibyl's Ballad
2:46
3.
Introducing Mr Podgers
4:29
4.
Lord Arthur's hand
2:55
5.
A marriage postponed. A murder foretold
4:47
6.
Interlude 1 Two Part Invention
2:41
Scene II A few weeks later : The shop of a well-known ararchist in Soho
7.
'Duty calls!'
6:23
8.
A respectable ararchist
3:01
9.
'This booby-trapped umbrella'
4:24
10.
Interlude 2 Chorale Prelude
1:51
Scene III A few days later : The Embankment near Blackfriars Bridge: night
11.
'When you're in love!'
5:46
12.
Letter from Chichester
4:55
13.
'Mister Septimus Podgers?'
4:36

Concerto for Trumpet, Piano and Strings (1962)

14.
I
Toccata
7:06
15.
II
Nocturne
7:08
16.
III
Finale
6:31
Solo: Patrick Addinall trumpet
Solo: Hamish Milne piano
Conductor: Bryden Thomson
BBC Broadcast 8 May 1986
Total time: 74:05
Tracks 1-13:
Characters
Lord Arthur Savile - David Johnson tenor
Miss Sibyl Merton - Lynne Dawson, soprano
Septimus R. Podgers, a Chiromantist - Alan Watt, baritone
The Anarchist - Donald Maxwell, baritone
Lady Windermere - Anne Pashley, soprano
Lady Flora - Eirian James, mezzo soprano
Duchess of Paisley - Anne Collins, contralto
Lane, a butler - John Winfield, tenor
Merriman, a gentleman's gentleman - Philip Riley, baritone
Sir Thomas - Geoffrey Moses, bass-baritone
Police-Sergeant - Geoffrey Moses, bass-baritone
Conductor: Simon Joly
BBC Studio Recording, boradcast on 27 July 1986




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