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"Braithwaite has conducted British music to very good effect, and this shows him in equally favourable light... recorded sound is first class, and the orchestra of a high standard... (Suite) 'Nocturne' is the most deeply felt movement, and he conducts in a very expressive fashion. Cherry Ripe and Sir Roger de Coverley - Braithwaite brings out their cheerful, extrovert qualities effectively... He conducts sensitively in There is a willow... (Holst) The melancholia of the Lyric Movement is deeply felt... Fugal Concerto has more to offer than originally recognized" (Gramophone)
"Braithwaite has conducted British music to very good effect, and this shows him in equally favourable light... recorded sound is first class, and the orchestra of a high standard... (Suite) 'Nocturne' is the most deeply felt movement, and he conducts in a very expressive fashion. Cherry Ripe and Sir Roger de Coverley - Braithwaite brings out their cheerful, extrovert qualities effectively... He conducts sensitively in There is a willow... (Holst) The melancholia of the Lyric Movement is deeply felt... Fugal Concerto has more to offer than originally recognized" (Gramophone)
5055354414879
New Zealand Chamber Orchestra - Bridge & Holst: Music For String Orchestra

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Format: CD
Label: ALTO
Rel. Date: 08/02/2024
UPC: 5055354414879

Bridge & Holst: Music For String Orchestra
Artist: New Zealand Chamber Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $10.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Frank Bridge: Cherry Ripe
2. Sir Roger de Coverley Suite for String Orchestra
3. There Is a Willow Grows Aslant a Brook
4. Gustav Holst: Brook Green Suite for String Orchestra
5. A Fugal Concerto Op. 40 No. 2
6. Lyric Movement for Viola and Small Orchestra
7. Morris Dance Tunes

More Info:

"Braithwaite has conducted British music to very good effect, and this shows him in equally favourable light... recorded sound is first class, and the orchestra of a high standard... (Suite) 'Nocturne' is the most deeply felt movement, and he conducts in a very expressive fashion. Cherry Ripe and Sir Roger de Coverley - Braithwaite brings out their cheerful, extrovert qualities effectively... He conducts sensitively in There is a willow... (Holst) The melancholia of the Lyric Movement is deeply felt... Fugal Concerto has more to offer than originally recognized" (Gramophone)
        
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