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Rebecca Hirsch (violin)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Lionel Friend
Rawsthorne enthusiasts should waste no time in snapping up this disc, containing music-making of perceptive dedication and impressive polish.
He completed his First Violin Concerto in 1947, dedicating... — More…
Stephane Rancourt (oboe), Alexander Baillie (cello)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones
David Lloyd-Jones directs a swaggering, affectionate and ideally clear-headed account of Rawsthorne's masterly Symphonic Studies (1939), one of the most stylish and exuberantly inventive products... — More…
Charlotte Ellett (soprano)
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Lloyd Jones
Conductor David Lloyd-Jones's approach is thoughtful and serious, but not over-dramatic, drawing control and detail from all sections of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. They respond with... — More…
Rebecca Goldberg (horn), Conrad Marshall (flute), John Turner (recorder)
Northern Chamber Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones
The most substantial offering here, the resourceful and magnificently crafted Concertofor String Orchestra, dates from 1949. David Lloyd-Jones and his admirably prepared group give a performance... — More…
Peter Adams (cello), John McCabe (piano), Mark Messenger (violin), Nadia Myerscough (violin), Helen Roberts (viola), Yoshiko Endo (piano), Martin Outram (viola), Julian Rolton (piano)
Here's a disc brimming with high-quality music and superlative performances. The Piano Quintet, from 1968, is cast in a single continuous movement divided into four contrasting sections.
Although... — More…
Peter Donohoe (piano)
Ulster Orchestra, Takuo Yuasa
Rawsthorne's First Piano Concerto, originally written with just strings and percussion accompaniment, was introduced in its later full orchestral form at a 1942 Promenade Concert by Louis Kentner.... — More…