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Sir Granville Bantock, City Of Hull Youth Orchestra, Geoffrey Heald-Smith - Hebridean Symphony album mp3

Sir Granville Bantock, City Of Hull Youth Orchestra, Geoffrey Heald-Smith - Hebridean Symphony album mp3
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Hebridean Symphony
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Sir Granville Ransome Bantock (7 August 1868 – 16 October 1946) was a British composer of classical music. YouTube Encyclopedic. He was influential in the founding of the City of Birmingham orchestra (later the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra), whose first performance in September 1920 was of his overture Saul. Bantock's Hebridean Symphony was recorded by the CBO on 28 January 1925 at Riley Hall, Constitution Hill, Birmingham. This acoustic version, conducted by Adrian Boult, was never released. His music was influenced by folk song of the Hebrides (as in his 1915 Hebridean Symphony) and the works of Richard Wagner

Granville Bantock, Sir Granville Ransome Bantock 7 August 1868 – 16 October 1946 was a British composer of classical music Contents 1 Biography 2 Bibliography. He was influential in the founding of the City of Birmingham orchestra later the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, whose first performance in September 1920 was of his overture Saul Bantock's Hebridean Symphony was recorded by the CBO on 28 January 1925 at Riley Hall, Constitution Hill, Birmingham This acoustic version, conducted by Adrian Boult, was never released. Granville Bantock recordings made with conductor Geoffrey Heald-Smith from 1978 to 1982 on a double CD set, which includes the Hebridean Symphony in the presence of Raymond Bantock, the Pagan Symphony and Witch of Atlas the first digital recordings, and the Sapphic Poem solo cello, Gillian Thoday.

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In fact the fearless City of Hull Youth Symphony Orchestra under Geoffrey Heald-Smith had performed the symphony in concert in 1979 but if a recording was made by them none was issued. Sir Adrian Boult presented him with his score of The Gothic, autographed. Conductor for the Pabst CD, and some of this years productions, Marius Stravinsky, though British, speaks Russian, and will assist him with the Russian-speaking Belarusian orchestra. Gareth Vaughan has taken a very pro-active role in our current projects. He stressed the special interest you (RB) and Phil Scowcroft have shown in Holbrooke.

Full score, pages 61-104. Full score, pages 1-60. Bantock, Sir Granville - Hebridean Symphony for orchestra pp 61-104. Bantock, Sir Granville - Hebridean Symphony for orchestra pp 01-60. Bantock, Sir Granville - Hebridean Symphony for orchestra pp 105-148.

Sir Granville Bantock. Biography by Lynn Vought. Bantock studied at the Royal Academy of Music and showed early promise as a composer. He worked to promote the music of his contemporaries and as an educator at Birmingham University, sought to provid. ead Full Biography.

Tracklist

A Hebridean Symphony (Part 1)
B Hebridean Symphony (Conclusion)

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Hull City Hall

Credits

  • Bassoon – Julian Pettit
  • Cello – Eileen Flanagan
  • Clarinet – Janet Putsey
  • Composed By – Sir Granville Bantock*
  • Conductor – Geoffrey Heald-Smith
  • Engineer – David Kent-Watson
  • Flute – Elizabeth Penn
  • Horn – Richard Lewis
  • Leader – Philip Alton
  • Liner Notes – Raymond Bantock
  • Oboe – Leslie Ball
  • Orchestra – City Of Hull Youth Orchestra*
  • Trumpet [Solo Trumpet] – Steven Halsey
  • Viola [Solo Viola] – Elaine Smith

Notes

This recording was made in the presence of Raymond Bantock. The Recording Engineer was David Kent-Watson, Indigo Sound Studios Ltd. The recording was made on 10th and 11th September, 1977 in the Hull City Hall.