London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti Elgar: The Symphonies; Cockaigne; In the South

Elgar: The Symphonies; Cockaigne; In the South

London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti

Released on January 1, 1995 by Decca

Main artist: London Philharmonic Orchestra

Genre: Classical

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Album : 2 disks - 10 tracks Total length : 02:13:49

    DISC 1
    Overture Cockaigne, Op.40 (Edward Elgar)
  1. 1 Elgar: Overture Cockaigne, Op.40

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - James Lock, Recording Engineer - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer - Ray Minshull, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1976 Decca Music Group Limited

  2. Symphony No.1 in A flat, Op.55
  3. 2 1. Andante. Nobilmente e semplice - Allegro

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Dunkerley, Asst. Recording Engineer - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1972 Decca Music Group Limited

  4. 3 2. Allegro molto

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Dunkerley, Asst. Recording Engineer - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1972 Decca Music Group Limited

  5. 4 3. Adagio

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Dunkerley, Asst. Recording Engineer - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1972 Decca Music Group Limited

  6. 5 4. Lento - Allegro

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Dunkerley, Asst. Recording Engineer - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1972 Decca Music Group Limited

  7. DISC 2
    In the South (Alassio) - Concert Overture, Op.50
  8. 1 Elgar: In the South (Alassio) - Concert Overture, Op.50

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Andrew Cornall, Recording Producer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 1980 Decca Music Group Limited

  9. Symphony No.2 in E flat, Op.63
  10. 2 1. Allegro vivace e nobilmente

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Novello & Co. Ltd., MusicPublisher - Kenneth Wilkinson, Balance Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1975 Decca Music Group Limited

  11. 3 2. Larghetto

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Novello & Co. Ltd., MusicPublisher - Kenneth Wilkinson, Balance Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1975 Decca Music Group Limited

  12. 4 3. Rondo. Presto

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Novello & Co. Ltd., MusicPublisher - Kenneth Wilkinson, Balance Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1975 Decca Music Group Limited

  13. 5 4. Moderato e maestoso

    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Sir Edward ELGAR, Composer - Sir Georg Solti, Conductor, MainArtist - Novello & Co. Ltd., MusicPublisher - Kenneth Wilkinson, Balance Engineer - Ray Minshull, Recording Producer Copyright : ℗ 1975 Decca Music Group Limited

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