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|Additional Physical Format:||Source record:
Rubbra, Edmund, 1901-1986.
Colchester, Essex, England : Chandos, 
|Material Type:||Music, Sound recording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Symphonies; Rondos; Chorales; Songs|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edmund Rubbra; Howard Shelley; Susan Bickley; Richard Hickox; Henry Vaughan; Richard Crashaw; William D'Avenant; Thomas Campion; BBC National Chorus of Wales.; BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra.
|Notes:||The 1st work for piano and orchestra; the 2nd, for orchestra; the 3rd, for choir and orchestra; and the 4th, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra.
Text by Henry Vaughan (3rd work); Richard Crashaw, Sir William D'Avenant, Thomas Campion (4th work).
Previously released in 1997 on: CHAN 9538 (1st-2nd works), in 1996 on: CHAN 9441 (3rd work), and in 1999 on: CHAN 9714 (4th work).
Eds. recorded: Alfred Lengnick & Co. (1st and 3rd works); Complete Music (2nd work) and Alfred Lengnick & Co./Chester Music Ltd (4th work).
|Performer(s):||Howard Shelley, piano (1st work) ; Susan Bickley, mezzo-soprano (4th work) ; BBC National Chorus of Wales (3rd work) ; BBC National Orchestra of Wales ; Richard Hickox, conductor.|
|Event notes:||Recorded Feb. 15, 1994 (3rd work), Aug. 28, 1996 (1st, 2nd works), and Feb. 25-26, 1998 (4th work) in Brangwyn Hall, Swansea.|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 sound file)|
|Contents:||Sinfonia concertante, Op. 38 / Edmund Rubbra (Howard Shelley, piano ; Richard Hickox, conductor ; BBC National Orchestra of Wales) --
A Tribute, Op. 56 / Edmund Rubbra (Richard Hickox, conductor ; BBC National Orchestra of Wales) --
The Morning Watch, Op. 55 / Edmund Rubbra (Richard Hickox, conductor ; BBC National Orchestra of Wales ; BBC National Chorus of Wales) --
Ode to the Queen, Op. 83 / Edmund Rubbra (Susan Bickley, mezzo-soprano ; Richard Hickox, conductor ; BBC National Orchestra of Wales).
Ode to the Queen.