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John Barbirolli

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Vaughan Williams: Orchestral Works - Elgar: Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85

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Symphony No. 2 "A London Symphony" (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

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I. Lento - Allegro risoluto
Hallé Orchestra
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Hallé Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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II. Lento
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00:11:36

Hallé Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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III. Scherzo: Nocturne - Allegro vivace
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00:07:29

Hallé Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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IV. Andante con moto
Hallé Orchestra
00:13:21

Hallé Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

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Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Sinfonia Of London
00:16:18

Sinfonia Of London, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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Fantasia on Greensleeves (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

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Fantasia on Greensleeves (arr. R. Greaves for orchestra)
Sinfonia Of London
00:04:45

Sinfonia Of London, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Ralph Greaves, Composer

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DISC 2

Symphony No. 5 in D major (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

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I. Preludio: Moderato - Allegro - Tempo I
Philharmonia Orchestra
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Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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II. Scherzo: Presto misterioso
Philharmonia Orchestra
00:04:58

Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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III. Romanza: Lento
Philharmonia Orchestra
00:12:11

Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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IV. Passacaglia: Moderato
Philharmonia Orchestra
00:10:20

Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer

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Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85 (Edward Elgar)

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I. Adagio - Moderato
André Navarra
00:07:20

André Navarra, Performer - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

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II. Lento - Allegro molto
André Navarra
00:04:24

André Navarra, Performer - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

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III. Adagio
André Navarra
00:04:37

André Navarra, Performer - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

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IV. Allegro - Moderato - Allegro ma non troppo
André Navarra
00:10:55

André Navarra, Performer - John Barbirolli, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

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