Browse: Vaughan Williams - Job - A Masque for Dancing
This page lists all recordings of Job - A Masque for Dancing by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958).
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Andrew Davis
a performance of striking composure, lustre and palpable dedication. Not only do the Bergen Philharmonic respond with notable poise and eagerness (solo contributions are of the highest quality... — More…
Sea Symphony: Amanda Roocroft (soprano) & Thomas Hampson (baritone); Sinfonia Antartica: Patricia Rozario (soprano), Glen Martin (saxophone), Tasmin Little (violin)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Chorus, Andrew Davis
Davis has the key to this symphony’s combination of mystery, menace and qualified optimism. — More…
Piano Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams & Ivor Gurney
Iain Burnside (piano)
Iain Burnside presents impressive solo credentials: the serious technical demands of the Job arrangement cause him no problems, while his flair for conjuring orchestra-like colours from the keyboard... — More…
Wilhelm Backhaus (piano), Clifford Curzon (piano), Alfredo Campoli (violin), Pierre Nerini (violin), Joseph Shadwick, Julius Katchen (piano), Eric Gritton (piano), Peter Pears (speaker), Edith Sitwell (speaker), Dennis Brain, Sidney Griller, Max Gilbert, Philip Burton, Colin Hampton, Walter Kagi (viola),...
David Jurwitz (violin)
Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Haydon Clark, Barry Wordsworth
The much underrated Barry Wordsworth delivers a powerful and sensitive Job with the Philharmonia; David Juritz excels with the Consort of London in The Lark Ascending. — More…