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Cello Concerto: III. 4. Northern Ballad no. 3 (Prelude for a Solemn Occasion). 5. Cortège for Orchestra. 158 BPM. 7. Overture to a Picaresque Comedy. Recent albums by Sir Arnold Bax. Phantasy, Four Orchestra Pieces, Overture, Elegy, and Rondo.
Bax: Symphony No. 3, The Happy Forest. There are two sets of Bax symphonies: one with Bryden Thomson with the London Philharmonic and Ulster Orchestra or this newer set with Vernon Handley and the BBC Philharmonic. Unfortunately, the Thomson set is out-of-print right now. I own both and I appreciate both conductors' efforts. Not one of Bax's symphonies are alike and they are all engrossing sonic adventures. I won't bore you with any more details other than this set is brilliantly played by the BBC Philharmonic. Such outstanding musicianship and Handley's dedication to Bax is truly a spectacle to behold
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves – A Shakespeare Suite from 'Richard III' . 9:42. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Groves – Summer H116. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves – Caractacus Op. 35 (1989 Digital Remaster. :36. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras – Holst The Planets, Op. 32 IV. Jupiter, th. :27. Sir Charles Mackerras/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Malcolm Stewart – Symphony No. 1 in C Op. 21 II. Andante.
1922) Overture to a Picaresque Comedy (1930) Raphael Wallfisch (cello) London Philharmonic Orchestra/Bryden Thomson rec. All Saints Church, Tooting, London, 1986-87. DDD. CHANDOS CHAN8494 Northern Ballad N. was originally published with the enigmatic and inappropriate title Prelude for a Solemn Occasion. This recording was its first outing without the other two Northern Ballads – there is no valid reason why they should be performed together and it makes a most appropriate follow-up to the Cello Concerto. If pushed for a preference of coupling, I would plump for the present one, rather than have three concertante works follow hard on each other’s heels.
Discography: Bryden Thomson. Bax. Violin Concerto, Golden Eagle (1991).