William Wallace: The Passing of Beatrice; Sir William Wallace; Villon; Sister Helen / BBC Scottish SO, Brabbins
1 CD / Hyperion / 2014-01-14Works: William Wallace: Symphonic Poem No 5 "Sir William Wallace"; Symphonic Poem No 6 "Villon"; Symphonic Poem No 1 "The Passing of Beatrice"; Symphonic Poem No 3 "Sister Helen"
Conductors: Brabbins, Martyn
Ensemble: ; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Expedition Audio Recommended
The sample from the album in the right sidebar is the taut and dramatic final movement of Symphonic Poem No. 5 'Sir William...continue...
Recording information: 12/12/1995-12/13/1995....continue...
1 CD / Albany Records / 2005-12-01Works: William Wallace: Concertino for viola & chamber orchestra; Concerto Variations, for orchestra; Cantilena, for orchestra; Second Dance Suite
Performers: Rosenberg, Joel
Conductors: Trevor, Kirk; Brott, Boris
Ensemble: London Symphony Orchestra; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
The last is the composer Wallace most resembles; the 'Concerto Variations' is a work of grand stature, similar in scope to the British master's earlier...continue...
1 CD / Albany Records / 2003-03-01Works: William Wallace: Concerto for Piano no 2; Dance Suite; Symphonic Variations; Giga!, for orchestra; Introduction and Passacaglia; Epilogue for string orchestra
Performers: Dudnik, Olga
Conductors: Trevor, Kirk; Brott, Boris; Sewen, Marek
Ensemble: London Symphony Orchestra; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra; Warsaw Chamber Orchestra
1 CD / Summit Records / 2000-06-13Works: William Wallace: Toccata in Ten (homage to Prokofiev), for flute & piano; Aaron Copland: Sonata for flute & piano (arr. of Sonata for Violin & Piano); James Willey: Duo for flute & piano; Kent Kennan...
Performers: Sherman, Richard; Votapek, Ralph
1 CD / Crystal Records / 1999-01-26Works: David Ott: Triple Concerto; William Wallace: Triple Concerto, for clarinet, violin, piano & orchestra
Conductors: Gregorian, Leon; Grigorian, Leon
Ensemble: Solisti di Praga; Verdehr Trio
"The music affects this listener in much the same way as early Barber, late Schubert, and serious Sibelius. The Verdehr Trio is wonderful in this...continue...