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Richard Hickox|Vaughan Williams: A London Symphony (Symphony No. 2)

Vaughan Williams: A London Symphony (Symphony No. 2)

London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox

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Vaughan Williams: A London Symphony (Symphony No. 2)

Richard Hickox

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The Banks of Green Willow (George Butterworth)

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The Banks of Green Willow
London Symphony Orchestra
00:06:17

London Symphony Orchestra - Richard Hickox, direction

(C) 2001 Chandos (P) 2001 Chandos

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

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I. Lento - Allegro risoluto
London Symphony Orchestra
00:15:07

London Symphony Orchestra - Richard Hickox, direction

(C) 2001 Chandos (P) 2001 Chandos

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II. Lento
London Symphony Orchestra
00:16:17

London Symphony Orchestra - Richard Hickox, direction

(C) 2001 Chandos (P) 2001 Chandos

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III. Scherzo (Nocturne): Allegro vivace - Andantino
London Symphony Orchestra
00:11:07

London Symphony Orchestra - Richard Hickox, direction

(C) 2001 Chandos (P) 2001 Chandos

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IV. Andante con moto - Maestoso alla marcia (quasi lento) - Allegro - Andantino ma sostenuto - Tempo primo - Allegro - Lento - Epilogue. Andante sostenuto - Lento
London Symphony Orchestra
00:18:56

London Symphony Orchestra - Richard Hickox, direction

(C) 2001 Chandos (P) 2001 Chandos

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