Browse: Orchestral, Symphonies, Williamson (composer)
This page lists all classical by Malcolm Williamson (1931–2003), in genre: Orchestral » Symphonies.
Celebrating 50 Years Devoted To British Music - Set 2
Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord), John Ogdon (piano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of Wales, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Barry Wordsworth, Bryden Thomson, Vernon Handley, Nicholas...
The consistently high quality of the performances is striking. — More…
Malcolm Williamson: Santiago de Espada Overture, Elevamini
Martin Jones (piano), Malcolm Williamson (piano)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves
Four early works by Malcolm Williamson show him bursting with talent in he 1950s. He himself plays the surprisingly austere Piano Sonata No. but it's the exaltation of the Elevamini Symphony... — More…
Williamson - Orchestral Works Volume 2
Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Rumon Gamba
Despite occasional echoes of Messiaen and Copland, this is music of obstinate and individuality. Rumon Gamba maintains the devoted advocacy he demonstrated in volume 1, and his Iceland Symphony... — More…
Malcolm Williamson - Choral Music
Kathryn Cook (alto solo)
Joyful Company of Singers, Peter Broadbent
Requiem for a Tribe Brother… is a lovely work full of lush harmonies and evocative soundscapes, revealing a profound personal sense not of loss but of joy in the memory of a young Aboriginal... — More…
The Australian Ballet – The Music of the Dance: Celebrating 50 Years
Jane Sheldon, Sara Macliver, Geoff Lierse, Michael Kieran Harvey
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, West Australian Symphony Orchestra, State Orchestra of Victoria, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Australis, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra,...
Yvonne Lea, Scottish Baroque Ensemble
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves, Lionel Friedman, Leonard Friedman
with Teresa Cahill (soprano)
Brunel Ensemble, Christopher Austin