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London Mozart Players - Flowers of the Field

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Flowers of the Field

City of London Choir

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A Shropshire Lad (George Butterworth)

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A Shropshire Lad
London Mozart Players
00:10:20

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - George Butterworth, Composer - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

Requiem da Camera (Gerald Finzi)

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I. Prelude
London Mozart Players
00:05:14

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Thomas Hardy, Lyricist - Gerald Finzi, Composer - John Masefield, Lyricist - Wilfred Gibson, Lyricist - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor - Christian Alexander, Composer

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

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II. How Still This Quiet Cornfield Is To-Night
Natasha Harbinson
00:09:12

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Thomas Hardy, Lyricist - Gerald Finzi, Composer - John Masefield, Lyricist - Wilfred Gibson, Lyricist - City of London Choir, Choir - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor - Christian Alexander, Composer - Natasha Harbinson, Performer - David Bagnall, Performer

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

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III. Only a Man Harrowing Clods
Roderick Williams
00:03:33

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Thomas Hardy, Lyricist - Gerald Finzi, Composer - Roderick Williams, Performer - John Masefield, Lyricist - Wilfred Gibson, Lyricist - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor - Christian Alexander, Composer

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

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IV. We Who Are Left
Emily Tidbury
00:04:17

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Thomas Hardy, Lyricist - Gerald Finzi, Composer - John Masefield, Lyricist - Wilfred Gibson, Lyricist - City of London Choir, Choir - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor - Christian Alexander, Composer - Emily Tidbury, Performer

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

The Trumpet (Ivor Gurney)

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The Trumpet
City of London Choir
00:05:37

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Edward Thomas, Lyricist - Ivor Gurney, Composer - City of London Choir, Choir - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor - Philip Lancaster, Composer

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

An Oxford Elegy (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

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An Oxford Elegy
Jeremy Irons
00:21:53

London Mozart Players, Orchestra - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Jeremy Irons, Performer - Matthew Arnold, Lyricist - City of London Choir, Choir - Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor

2014 Naxos 2014 Naxos

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