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Ludwig van Beethoven : Symphonies 4 & 7

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Symphony No. 4 In B-flat Major, Op. 60

1
I. Adagio - Allegro vivace 00:11:15

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Andrew Keener, Producer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani

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2
II. Adagio 00:09:25

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Andrew Keener, Producer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

3
III. Menuetto. Allegro vivace 00:05:36

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Andrew Keener, Producer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

4
IV. Allegro ma non troppo 00:06:37

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani - Andrew Keener, Producer

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92

5
I. Poco sostenuto - Vivace 00:14:18

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani - Andrew Keener, Producer

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

6
II. Allegretto 00:08:07

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani - Andrew Keener, Producer

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

7
III. Presto - Assai meno presto 00:08:17

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani - Andrew Keener, Producer

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

8
IV. Allegro con brio 00:08:39

Joshua Bell, Conductor - Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Miranda Playfair, Violin - Fiona Brett, Violin - Helen Paterson, Violin - Amanda Smith, Violin - Robert Salter, Violin - Jeremy Morris, Violin - Martin Burgess, Violin - Jennifer Godson, Violin - Mark Butler, Violin - Matthew Ward, Violin - Catherine Morgan, Violin - Clare Hoffman, Violin - Robert Smissen, Viola - Duncan Ferguson, Viola - Catherine Bradshaw, Viola - Kate Read, Viola - Stephen Orton, Cello - John Heley, Cello - Martin Loveday, Cello - William Schofield, Cello - Leon Bosch, Bass - Lynda Houghton, Bass - Samuel Coles, Flute - Sarah Newbold, Flute - Christopher Cowie, Oboe - Rachel Ingleton, Oboe - Matthew Hunt, Clarinet - Marie Lloyd, Clarinet - Gavin McNaughton, Bassoon - Richard Skinner, Bassoon - Timothy Brown, Horn - Peter Francomb, Horn - Stephen Stirling, Horn - Susan Dent, Horn - Mark David, Trumpet - Michael Laird, Trumpet - Simon Ferguson, Trumpet - Adrian Bending, Timpani - Andrew Keener, Producer

(P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

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