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Chandos - up to 40% off

Including downloads

Until 5th October 2020, we're offering up to 40% off the whole Chandos label including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).

Browse: Chandos - up to 40% off, James MacMillan (conductor)

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Wayne Marshall (piano, organ)

BBC Philharmonic

James MacMillan's A Scotch Bestiary is 'motivated by the great American cartoon makers who represented human characters in animal form,' says the composer, and is 'inspired by human archetypes... More…

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Martin Roscoe (piano)

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, James MacMillan

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The Hilliard Ensemble, City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and Youth Chorus & BBC Philharmonic, James MacMillan

Quickening itself could be described as 'catholic' in many senses: in the music's daringly wide stylistic embrace; in the ritual element that interweaves surprisingly easily with purposeful symphonic... More…

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BBC Singers, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, James MacMillan

MacMillan's colours can be garish, his gestures histrionic, but his is an art of passion and commitment: these are the effects of a composer seeking to make you feel and react strongly as well... More…

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Lisa Milne (Siân), Leigh Melrose (Evan), Christopher Purves (The General), Sarah Tynan (Megan), Peter Hoare (Mal)

Orchestra and Chorus of Welsh National Opera, Anthony Negus

…Christopher Purves's anguished but dignified General, Lisa Milne's noble but tragically duty-bound Sian, and Sarah Tynan's weirdly touching Megan stand out, but there are no weak performances.... More…

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