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  • DECEMBER CD OF THE MONTH

    BRITISH VIOLIN CONCERTOS

    £7.99
    These three major British concertos span fully 70 years. Kenneth Leighton’s Concerto is a work of tensile urgency, scored with great imagination, and ending in an arch-like Epilogue of impassioned intensity. Written for soloist and string orchestra, the Concerto by Gordon Jacob contains at its heart a threnodic slow movement cast in long, moving paragraphs and accompanied by poetic effects. Written for (and premiered by) the soloist in this recording, Paul Patterson’s Violin Concerto No. 2 (‘Serenade’) is rich in high spirits; songlike, wistful and exuberantly sparkling.
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    JOHANN SIMON MAYR

    MISERERE

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    Mayr had already earned esteem in Venice for his church music when, in 1802, he assumed the post of maestro di cappella at the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo. With a modest orchestra at his disposal he soon composed a Miserere in G minor, in which solo orchestral instruments often carry on a dialogue with the vocal soloists in a succession of powerful, descriptive and beautiful arias and choruses.
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    CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS

    SYMPHONIC POEMS

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    A wide orchestral palette and stirring reserves of drama are used to evoke the youthful audacity and death of Phaéton, the ultimate triumph of virtue over pleasure in La Jeunesse d’Hercule (‘The Youth of Hercules’), and Hercules’ punishment, spinning wool while dressed as a woman, for the ‘inadvertent murder’ of one of his guests, in Le Rouet d’Omphale (‘The Spinning Wheel of Omphale’).
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    SERGEY PROKOFIEV

    PETER AND THE WOLF (SPECIAL EDITION)

    £6.49
    A special 20th anniversary edition of a Naxos bestseller - the iconic 1997 recording of Peter and the Wolf, famously narrated by Dame Edna Everage. Packaged in a commemorative slipcase, with a bonus sticker sheet for children. “Using her own enthusiastically expanded version of the original commentary, Dame Edna Everage is sure to draw any young possum into the world of the orchestra.
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    IMRE SZÉCHÉNYI

    COMPLETE DANCES FOR ORCHESTRA

    £7.99
    Count Imre Széchényi of Sárvár-Felsovidék moved in the highest echelons of the Austrian diplomatic service, in a career that ran parallel with his musical activities. Széchényi’s dances, all but three of which were composed in St Petersburg, were popular in his day, and of a quality that saw them placed in concert programmes by his friend Johann Strauss II.

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