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Elgar, Robert Tear, Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxon, Scottish National Orchestra, Alexander Gibson - The Dream Of Gerontius Album

Performer:

Elgar, Robert Tear, Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxon, Scottish National Orchestra, Alexander Gibson

Title:

The Dream Of Gerontius

Genre:

Classic

MP3 album size:

1093 mb

Label:

CRD Records

Rating:

4.7

Style:

Choral, Romantic

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1978

Catalog:

CRD 1026/1027

Elgar, Robert Tear, Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxon, Scottish National Orchestra, Alexander Gibson - The Dream Of Gerontius Album

Tracklist

1Art 1 (Concluded) Proticiscere, Anima Christiana/Through The Same, Through Christ Our Lord
2Part 1. Prelude: - Jesu Maria/O Lord Into Thy Hands
3Part 2 I Went To Sleep/And Heaven Begun
4Part 2 (Continued) But Hark, Upon My Senses Comes A Fierce Hubbub/In All His Ways
5Part 2 (Concluded) Thy Judgement Now Is Near/Amen

Credits

  • Baritone VocalsBenjamin Luxon (tracks: B2, D1)
  • ChorusThe Scottish National Orchestra Chorus
  • ConductorAlexander Gibson
  • Contralto VocalsAlfreda Hodgson (tracks: C1, D1)
  • Music BySir Edward Elgar
  • OrchestraScottish National Orchestra
  • Tenor VocalsRobert Tear (tracks: A1, B1, B2, C1, D1)
  • Words ByJohn Henry Newman

Album

Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius - Sir Alexander Gibson, Robert Tear, Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxon, The Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus, Edward Elgar. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius . Исполнители: Sir Alexander Gibson, Robert Tear, Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxon, The Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus. Композитор: Edward Elgar. 2007 classical. Album 1975 5 Songs. Benjamin Luxon, Sir Alexander Gibson & The Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus. The Dream of Gerontius, Op. Alfreda Hodgson, Robert Tear, Sir Alexander Gibson & The Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus. 38, is a work for voices and orchestra in two parts composed by Edward Elgar in 1900, to text from the poem by Saint John Henry Newman. It relates the journey of a pious man's soul from his deathbed to his judgment before God and settling into Purgatory. Elgar disapproved of the use of the term oratorio for the work and the term occurs nowhere in the score, though his wishes are not always followed. The piece is widely regarded as Elgar's finest choral work, and some. Buy CDs,DVDs online at : Elgar: Dream of Gerontius, Gibson, Tear, Hodgson, Luxon Label: CRD Records - CRD 3326. Robert Tear - Sir Alexander Gibson - The Scottish National Orchestra - Chorus - Benjamin Luxon - Alfreda Hodgson. Buy Album Now Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius Full Album MP3s List. MP3 Title. Benjamin Luxon, Sir Alexander. 38 - Part Two: I Went. Alfreda Hodgson, Robert Tear,. 38 - Part Two: But Har. Alfreda Hodgson, Benjamin Luxo. 38 - Part Two: Thy Jud. vossroger: The vision of God in Elgar's Dream of Gerontius must be one of the scariest, moving moments in music. Alexander Gibson, Scottish National Orchestra, Robert Tear. Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius The Severn Suite. Your Rating. Elgar - The Dream of Gerontius, Op. 38 - Part Two: I Went to Sleep - And Heaven Begun. View all records by Scottish National Orchestra Alexander Gibson for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. alexander gibson, scottish national orchestra elgar : dream of gerontius with robert tear, alfreda hodson, benjamin luxon. vanguard - VSD 712589 Stéréo - USA - 1976. Elgar Dream Of Gerontius. Robert Tear. 0 out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. I listened to this set in reverse order - Symphony no. 1 first and then The Dream of Gerontius. The major problem with both works is the blandness of it all. Take the Symphony, one of the greatest ever composed and, when played well it, like the Second Symphony, goes into some very dark places indeed, no or very little Victorian and Edwardian grandeur about this music maybe I'm being a bit biassed having just heard an astonishing performance in Symphony Hall, Birmingham recently conducted by Ed Gardner

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