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Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folksong; et al

Album Summary

>Carmichael, John : Fetes Champetres, for clarinet & orchestra
>Lucas, Leighton : Concerto for Clarinet
>Vaughan Williams, Ralph : Studies (6) in English Folksong
>Procter-Gregg, Humphrey : Concerto for Clarinet
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Notes & Reviews:

The lead work here is by a familiar name - Vaughan Williams Six studies in English folk song. Other works include concertos by Leighton Lucas, Humphrey Procter-Gregg and Fetes Champetres by John Carmichael. Features soloist is Ian Scott, accompanied by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia led by Barry Wordsworth.

Gramophone Magazine
Agile solo work from Ian Scott and diligent support from Barry Wordsworth and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia make this an issue worth exploring.



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Works Details

>Carmichael, John : Fêtes Champêtres, for clarinet & orchestra
  • Performer: Ian Scott (Clarinet)
  • Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
  • Ensemble: Royal Ballet Sinfonia
  • Notes: Cadogan Hall, London, England (01/26/2005-01/27/2005)
  • Running Time: 8 min. 57 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Lucas, Leighton : Concerto for Clarinet
  • Performer: Ian Scott (Clarinet)
  • Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
  • Ensemble: Royal Ballet Sinfonia
  • Notes: Cadogan Hall, London, England (01/26/2005-01/27/2005)
  • Running Time: 21 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern

>Vaughan Williams, Ralph : Studies (6) in English Folksong
  • Performer: Ian Scott (Clarinet)
  • Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
  • Ensemble: Royal Ballet Sinfonia
  • Notes: Cadogan Hall, London, England (01/26/2005-01/27/2005)
  • Running Time: 7 min. 27 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1926

>Procter-Gregg, Humphrey : Concerto for Clarinet
  • Performer: Ian Scott (Clarinet)
  • Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
  • Ensemble: Royal Ballet Sinfonia
  • Notes: Cadogan Hall, London, England (01/26/2005-01/27/2005)
  • Running Time: 25 min. 41 sec.