Tracklist

CD 1
CD 2
CD 3
CD 4
CD 5
CD 6
CD 7
CD 8
CD 9
# Title Rating Length
1 Serenade to Music
13:14
2 English Folk Songs - Suite: I. March "Seventeen Come Sunday"
2:54
3 English Folk Songs - Suite: II. Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy"
2:52
4 English Folk Songs - Suite: III. March "Folk Songs from Somerset"
2:59
5 Norfolk Rhapsody No. 1
10:14
6 Fantasia on "Greensleeves"
4:34
7 In the Fen Country
13:51
8 The Lark Ascending, Romance for violin and orchestra
14:42
CD 10
CD 11
CD 12
CD 13
CD 14
CD 15
CD 16
CD 17
CD 18
CD 19
CD 20
CD 21
CD 22
CD 23
CD 24
CD 25
CD 26
CD 27
CD 28
CD 29
CD 30

Credits

CD 9

violin:
Hugh Bean (1967-03-01) (track 8)
arranger:
Gordon Jacob (tracks 2–4)
Ralph Greaves (1934) (tracks 6, 6)
bass vocals:
Richard Angas (track 1)
John Carol Case (track 1)
Christopher Keyte (track 1)
John Noble (baritone) (track 1)
composer:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (– 1904-04) (track 7)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1905 – 1906) (track 5)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1914) (track 8)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1923) (tracks 2–4)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1924 – 1928) (track 6)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1938) (track 1)
conductor:
Sir Adrian Boult (1967-03-01) (track 8)
Sir Adrian Boult (1968-01-23) (track 5)
Sir Adrian Boult (1968-02-14 – 1968-02-16) (track 7)
Sir Adrian Boult (1969-11-05) (track 1)
Sir Adrian Boult (1970-08-08) (tracks 2–4)
Sir Adrian Boult (1970-08-12 – 1970-08-13) (track 6)
contralto vocals:
Meriel Dickinson (track 1)
Alfreda Hodgson (track 1)
Gloria Jennings (track 1)
Shirley Minty (track 1)
engineer:
Christopher Parker (classical recording and balance engineer, active from 1950s) (track 1)
lyricist:
William Shakespeare (famous English poet and playwright) (track 1)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1967-03-01) (track 8)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1968-01-23) (track 5)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1968-02-14 – 1968-02-16) (track 7)
London Philharmonic Orchestra (1969-11-05) (track 1)
London Symphony Orchestra (1970-08-08) (tracks 2–4)
London Symphony Orchestra (1970-08-12 – 1970-08-13) (track 6)
orchestrator:
Gordon Jacob (1924) (tracks 2–4)
producer:
Christopher Bishop (conductor/producer) (track 1)
revised by:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1905) (track 7)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1907) (track 7)
soprano vocals:
Sheila Armstrong (track 1)
Norma Burrowes (track 1)
Marie Hayward (track 1)
Susan Longfield (track 1)
tenor vocals:
Kenneth Bowen (track 1)
Bernard Dickerson (track 1)
Wynford Evans (track 1)
Ian Partridge (track 1)
premiered at:
[concert] (1921-06-14) (track 8)
publisher:
Oxford University Press (1936) (track 6)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1921-06-14) (track 8)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1968-02-14 – 1968-02-16) (track 7)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-11-05) (track 1)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-08-08) (tracks 2–4)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-08-12 – 1970-08-13) (track 6)
arrangement of:
The Lark Ascending (for violin and piano) (track 8)
arrangements:
is based on:
Greensleeves (track 6)
Lovely Joan (traditional English folk song) (track 6)
Sir John in Love (track 6)
part of:
English Folk Song Suite (orch. Jacob) (tracks 2–4)
parts:
recording of:
The Lark Ascending (for violin and orchestra) (1967-03-01) (track 8)
Norfolk Rhapsody no. 1 (1968-01-23) (track 5)
In the Fen Country (1968-02-14 – 1968-02-16) (track 7)
Serenade to Music (1969-11-05) (track 1)
English Folk Song Suite: I. March "Seventeen Come Sunday" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 2)
English Folk Song Suite: II. Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 3)
English Folk Song Suite: III. March "Folk Songs from Somerset" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 4)
Fantasia on “Greensleeves” (1970-08-12 – 1970-08-13) (track 6)