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18th Century British Symphonies

Work details

Thomas Erskine (Earl of Kelly): Periodical Overture No 17 in E flat (pub 1767)
3'18"/3'18"/2'39" - TT 9'15"
Thomas Arne: Symphony No 4 in C minor (pub 1767)
4'36"/2'54"/5'12" - TT 12'42"
John Collett: Symphony Op 2 No 5 in E flat (pub c1767)
4'47"/4'41"/1'09"/3'08" - TT 13'45"
William Smethergell: Symphony Op 5 No 2 in B flat (pub 1790)
2'55"/4'38"/4'16" - TT 11'49"
Carl Friedrich Abel: Symphony Op 10 No 1 in E (pub 1771)
4'02"/2'41"/3'06" - TT 9'49"
John Marsh: A Conversation Sinfonie in E flat (pub 1778)
6'09"/3'06"/3'21" - TT 12'36"

 

Artist details

The Hanover Band (Artistic Director - Caroline Brown)
Graham Lea-Cox
, conductor

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 28-30 November 2000
Venue: The Old Market, Hove, Sussex, UK
Producer: Martin Compton
Engineer: Mike Clements
Copyright: 2001 ASV Ltd
Pressing: 2001 ASV Ltd

ASV CD GAU 216 DDD Stereo NEW RELEASE
71'26"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Brian Robins (in English)
French translation: Isabelle Battioni
German translation: Elke Davies
Front Cover: View of Covent Garden with St Paul's Church c1750 by Balthasar Nebot (fl 1730-65), Guildhall Art Gallery. Corporation of London, UK/Bridgeman Art Library
Artist photos: Riccardo Cavallari, Florence (Graham Lea-Cox)
Design: Studio B, The Creative People
Sources: Performing editions by Graham Lea-Cox from original 18th century sets of published parts in London, Oxford and Manchester

 

Purchase details

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