Browse: Vaughan Williams - Fantasia on Greensleeves
This page lists all recordings of Fantasia on Greensleeves by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958).
Adapted from Sir John in Love and arranged by Ralph Greaves for strings and harp with optional flute(s).
James Ehnes (violin)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Manze
The success-level here is excellently high. Collectors will savour a genuine rarity: the composer’s own orchestra-only arrangement of the Serenade to Music…the music sounds as rapturously beautiful... — More…
New Philharmonia Orchestra, London Philharmonic, Sir Adrian Boult
Dimity Hall (violin)
Sinfonia Australis, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Antony Walker, Patrick Thomas, David Stanhope, Carl Pini, Myer Fredman
Celebrating the 90th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Sara Macliver (soprano), Brandenburg Choir, Choir of Trinity College, University of Melbourne, Jonathan Bradley, Siobhan Stagg, David Drury, Nicole Car (soprano), Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Australian Chamber Brass Ensemble,...
Martin Outram (viola), Julian Rolton (piano), Mark Padmore (tenor)
Outram catches poetically the vein of pastoral contemplation which runs through the first five of the Six Studies in English Folksong, and turns in a puckish ‘As I Walked Over London Bridge’... — More…
Celia Nicklin (oboe), Iona Brown (violin)
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, The New Queen's Hall Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Neville Marriner, Barry Wordsworth, Adrian Boult
The sound of the LSO strings in 1910 must remain largely a matter of conjecture but this beautifully textured account on gut-string instruments cuts to the heart of the score and Wordsworth's... — More…
CD/DVD tribute to 12 of the world’s finest instruments
James Ehnes (violin and viola) & Eduard Laurel (piano)
The icing on the cake is provided by the DVD, which shows how Ehnes achieves miracles at close hand, including his unconventional left-hand thumb extension and relatively firm bow-hold. Beautifully... — More…