Havergal Brian - Wine of Summer, Symphonies Nos 19 & 27
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Label: Dutton - Epoch
Cat No: CDLX7314
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 19th January 2015
Symphony no.5 'Wine of Summer'
Symphony no.19 in E minor
Symphony no.27 in C minor
ArtistsRoderick Williams (baritone)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra
More world premiere symphony recordings for Havergal Brian fans!
In this programme, Martyn Brabbins and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra continue their Havergal Brian series for Dutton Epoch with one of Brianís most delightful scores, Wine of Summer, the fifth symphony of 1937. The eloquent baritone soloist is Roderick Williams, the orchestral detail beautifully realised in Dutton Epochís recording.
Brianís two more powerful later symphonies, No.19 (1961) and No.27 (1966-67), make a striking, even heroic contrast, while the ebullient and tuneful Festal Dance of 1908 completes the programme and receives an irrepressible reading.
Recorded in 2014.
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