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8 thoughts on “ The Gong - Sir Malcolm Sargent - The Instruments Of The Orchestra (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. While Heifitz lacks the same fire as in the Bruch, listen to the way Sargent drives the orchestra during the long tutti late in the first movement between Heifitz soloes. The reason I gave this 4 1/2 stars instead of five is the sound quality on the Vieuxtemps, which is a notch below that in the two Bruch works/5(13).
  2. Sir Malcolm eschews pomp and circumstance; he revels in the simplicity of Handel's oratorio, and the simplicity of his vision is what makes this MESSIAH so down-to-earth, accessible and unforgettable. The sound is remarkably present, detailed, vivid, with soloists, chorus and orchestra balanced outstandingly/5(10).
  3. (original recording). ONE 12inch Vinyl record. rpm LP - Long Player. CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE label, CFP Picture Sleeve Cover Pocket Bag. Title - The BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent with the BBC Women's Chorus - Holst The Planets.5/5(2).
  4. Jun 03,  · A great favourite of mine, "The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra" was composed by Benjamin Britten in (completed on New Year's .
  5. The first concert was given at the Royal Festival Hall on 21 October with a Rossini overture, Schubert's Unfinished, Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole and works by Strauss and Chabrier, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent. Much of the work of the orchestra, however, was in the recording studio, particularly for the Pye-Nixa label.
  6. Buy ACL 26 Holst Planets London Symphony Orchestra Malcolm Sargent LP by Holst, Sir Malcolm Sargent, London Symphony Orchestra with Womens Chorus from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  7. Sir Malcolm Sargent (who would have been roasted in the era of #metoo for his rampant womanizing, but I digress) takes rather spacious, never unduly rushed, tempi throughout, but this has the advantage that the quicker passages never sound gabbled, and the pulse is always continuous and apt.5/5(1).
  8. Respighi* - Sir Malcolm Sargent, London Symphony Orchestra* Respighi* - Sir Malcolm Sargent, London Symphony Orchestra* - The Fountains Of Rome / The Pines Of Rome ‎ (LP, RE) Adagio (4) STAE Germany: Unknown: Sell This Version4/5(1).

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