Britten: The Rape of Lucretia / Sarah Connolly, Christopher Maltman, Jaohn Mark Ainsley, Orla Boylan, Catherine Wyn-Rogers [Blu-Ray]
1 Blu-Ray Video / BBC Opus Arte / 2014-01-28Works: Benjamin Britten: The Rape of Lucretia
Performers: Ainsley, John Mark; Bayley, Clive; Boylan, Orla; Connolly, Sarah; Maltman, Christopher; Melrose, Leigh; Nelson, Mary; Wyn-Rogers, Catherine
Conductors: Daniel, Paul
Ensemble: English National Opera Orchestra
Run Time: 120 min.
Picture Format: Blu-Ray, 16:9, Color
Sound Format(s): PCM Stereo, DTS HD Master Audio
Subtitles: English, French, German, ...continue...
New Music Show - Works by Martin Suckling, Edmund Finnis, Isambard Khrouostaliov et al. / Leigh Melrose, Nicholas Collon
1 CD / London Sinfonietta / 2012-11-13Works: Martin Suckling: Candlebird, for voice & orchestra; Edmund Finnis: Veneer, for viola & reverb; Isambard Khroustaliov: Zoetrope, for orchestra; Tim Hodgkinson: The Glow & Zig-Zag, for horn & orchestra...
Performers: Melrose, Leigh; Senft, Enno; Silverthorne, Paul; Thompson, Michael [Horn]
Conductors: Collon, Nicholas
Ensemble: London Sinfonietta
Continuing the London Sinfonietta Label's commitment to introducing the finest new music to a worldwide audience, this disc features a selection of commissions recorded live...continue...
Johannes Kalitzke: Die Bessenen, opera in 4 acts / Klangforum Wien; Kalitzke (cond); R. Bergman, etc.
1 CD / Neos Production / 2012-08-28Works: Johannes Kalitzke: Die Besessenen (The Possessed), opera in 4 acts
Performers: Bergmann, Robert; Frenkel, Noa; Hemm, Manfred; Hulett, Benjamin; Kowalski, Jochen; Melrose, Leigh; Van Kerckhove, Hendrickje
Conductors: Kalitzke, Johannes
Ensemble: Klangforum Wien
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Garden of Proserpine; In The Fen Country; The Captain's Apprentice / Jane Irwin, Mary Brevan, Leigh Melrose
1 CD / Albion / 2011-08-09Works: Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Garden of Prosperine, for soprano, chorus & orchestra; In the Fen Country; Folksongs from the Eastern Counties (15); Patrick Hadley: Fen and Flood, cantata for chorus & or...
Performers: Irwin, Jane; Melrose, Leigh; Vocal], Mary Bevan [Soprano
Conductors: Daniel, Paul
Ensemble: ; Joyful Company of Singers
Vaughan Williams completed The Garden of Proserpine, scored for soprano soloist, chorus and full orchestra, in 1899. For the twenty-something composer, it was a first...continue...
Recording information: The Lighthouse, Poole (09/27/2010-09/28/2010)....continue...
2 CD / Bridge / 2010-02-09Works: Elliott Carter: Concerto for Horn; Mad Regales, for 6 solo voices; Tintinnabulation, for percussion sextet; Wind Rose, for wind ensemble; Sound Fields, for orchestra; On Conversing with Paradise, for...
Performers: Boyar, Simon; Gibbs, Charles; Goater, Edward; Huang, Hsin-Yun; Kolkay, Peter; Melrose, Leigh; Menna, Sian; Neidich, Charles; Nelson, Jon [Composer/Trumpet]; Owen, Martin; Price, Edward; Purvis, Willi...
Conductors: Knussen, Oliver; Epstein, Frank
Ensemble: ; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group; New England Conservatory Percussion Ensemble
In celebration of Elliott Carter's 101st birthday, Bridge Records is pleased to release The Music of Elliott Carter, Vol. 8 (16 Compositions, 2002-2009), a two...continue...
12 CD / LSO Live (London SO) / 2003-10-01Works: Hector Berlioz: Les Troyens, opera, H. 133a; La damnation de Faust, Op. 24; Béatrice et Bénédict, opera, H. 138; Roméo et Juliette, Op. 17; Harold in Italy for viola and o...
Performers: Anastassov, Orlin; Barcellona, Daniela; Bezdüz, Bülent; Bezduz, Bulent; Cals, Isabelle; DeYoung, Michelle; Earle, Roderick; Ewing, Alan; Greenan, Andrew; Heppner, Ben [Tenor Vocals]; Lang, ...
Conductors: Davis, Colin
Ensemble: ; London Symphony Chorus; London Symphony Orchestra
1 CD / Hyperion / 2001-01-01Works: Franz Liszt: Missa choralis quatour vocum concinente organo, for chorus & organ, S. 10 (LW J18); Via Crucis, les 14 Stations de la croix, for solo voices, chorus & organ (or piano), S. 53 (LW J33)
Performers: Melrose, Leigh; Trotter, Thomas
Conductors: Best, Matthew
Ensemble: Corydon Singers
The dismal state of church music in the first half of the nineteenth century encouraged Liszt to go back to plainsong and the music of...continue...