Nicholas Collon Introit: The Music of Gerald Finzi

Introit: The Music of Gerald Finzi

Nicholas Collon

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on January 15, 2016 by Decca

Main artist: Aurora Orchestra

Genre: Classical

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Album : 1 disk - 19 tracks Total length : 01:21:45

    Lo, the full, final sacrifice, Op.26 (Gerald Raphael Finzi)
  1. 1 Amen (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Richard Crashaw, Author - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  2. Dies Natalis, Op.8 - Arr. Sheppard
  3. 2 5. The Salutation (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Thomas Traherne, Author - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  4. 3 Finzi: Who is Sylvia?, Op.18, No.2 (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Nicolas Fleury, French Horn, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  5. Love's Labour's Lost, Op.28
  6. 4 1. Soliloquy 1: So sweet a kiss the golden sun gives not (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  7. 5 2. Soliloquy 2: Did not the heavenly rhetoric of thine eye (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  8. 6 3. Soliloquy 3: On a day, alack the day (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  9. 7 Finzi: Clear and gentle stream, Op.17, No.4 (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  10. 8 Finzi: Rollicum Rorum, Op.15, No.6 (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  11. 9 Finzi: Introit, Op.6

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Thomas Gould, Violin, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  12. 10 Finzi: Come away, come away death, Op.18, No.1 (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  13. 11 Finzi: Prelude, Op.25

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  14. 12 Finzi: Romance, Op.11

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  15. 13 Finzi: To Lizbie Brown, Op.15, No.7 (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  16. Dies Natalis, Op.8
  17. 14 1. Intrada

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Thomas Traherne, Author - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  18. 15 Finzi: Fear no more the heat of the sun, Op.18, No.3 (Instrumental)

    Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  19. 16 Finzi: A Severn Rhapsody, Op.3 (Instrumental)

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Robin Hawkins, Asst. Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  20. 17 Finzi: Eclogue Op.10

    Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Tom Poster, Piano, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  21. Five Bagatelles, Op.23 - Arr. Ashmore, Dickson
  22. 18 3. Carol

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

  23. 19 4. Forlana

    Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Mellor, Recording Engineer - Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nicholas Collon, Conductor, MainArtist - Alexander Van Ingen, Recording Producer - Gerald Raphael Finzi, Composer - Claire Hay, Asst. Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 2016 The Gerald Finzi Trust

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