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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra|Beecham Conducts Sibelius

Beecham Conducts Sibelius

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham

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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1946 by Beecham to inject new energy and new ideas into British orchestral life. Taken from the 1952 Edinburgh International Festival, the First Symphony heard here, says Beecham biographer John Lucas in his booklet foreword, is “a spine-tingling performance”. Three months earlier Beecham had completed his exacting studio recording of the First and comparisons between the two are fascinating. Also being released for the first time are previously unissued live recordings from 1947 of two of the composer’s Scènes historiques, and an interview by documentary maker Jon Tolansky with two RPO stalwarts (sub-principal viola John Underwood and the late sub-principal second violin Raymond Ovens) who share their memories of playing for Beecham.

Both performances feature the RPO’s fêted “royal family” of wind players – Gerald Jackson (flute), Terence MacDonagh (oboe), Jack Brymer (clarinet) and Gwydion Brooke (bassoon) – with luminaries Dennis Brain leading the horns, Richard (‘Bob’) Walton as first trumpet, and Principal Percussionist Lewis Pocock.

This album has been curated by Tolansky, the original founder of the Music Performance Research Centre. The archive was created in 1987 to preserve the heritage of public performances which included among its collection the Sibelius First Symphony. In 2001 the archive was renamed Music Preserved and transferred to the Borthwick Institute at the University of York. The Symphony, together with Tolansky’s other discovery, Scènes historiques have been brilliantly restored by acclaimed engineer Lani Spahr. © SOMM Recordings

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Symphony No. 1 in E minor, Op. 39 (Jean Sibelius)

1
I. Andante ma non troppo - Allegro energico (Live)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:10:38

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

2
II. Andante (Live)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:09:16

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

3
III. Scherzo. Allegro (Live)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:05:33

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

4
IV. Finale. Quasi una fantasia - Andante - Allegro molto (Live)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:12:09

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

Scènes historiques II, Op. 66 (Excerpts) (Jean Sibelius)

5
II. Minnelaulu [Live]
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:04:44

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

6
III. Nostosillalla [Live]
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
00:05:20

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

Playing for Beecham (Jean Sibelius)

7
Playing for Beecham
John Underwood
00:29:56

John Underwood, Artist, MainArtist - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Sir Thomas Beecham, Conductor, MainArtist - Jon Tolansky, Artist, MainArtist - Raymond Ovens, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 SOMM Recordings (P) 2021 SOMM Recordings

Descriptif de l'album

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1946 by Beecham to inject new energy and new ideas into British orchestral life. Taken from the 1952 Edinburgh International Festival, the First Symphony heard here, says Beecham biographer John Lucas in his booklet foreword, is “a spine-tingling performance”. Three months earlier Beecham had completed his exacting studio recording of the First and comparisons between the two are fascinating. Also being released for the first time are previously unissued live recordings from 1947 of two of the composer’s Scènes historiques, and an interview by documentary maker Jon Tolansky with two RPO stalwarts (sub-principal viola John Underwood and the late sub-principal second violin Raymond Ovens) who share their memories of playing for Beecham.

Both performances feature the RPO’s fêted “royal family” of wind players – Gerald Jackson (flute), Terence MacDonagh (oboe), Jack Brymer (clarinet) and Gwydion Brooke (bassoon) – with luminaries Dennis Brain leading the horns, Richard (‘Bob’) Walton as first trumpet, and Principal Percussionist Lewis Pocock.

This album has been curated by Tolansky, the original founder of the Music Performance Research Centre. The archive was created in 1987 to preserve the heritage of public performances which included among its collection the Sibelius First Symphony. In 2001 the archive was renamed Music Preserved and transferred to the Borthwick Institute at the University of York. The Symphony, together with Tolansky’s other discovery, Scènes historiques have been brilliantly restored by acclaimed engineer Lani Spahr. © SOMM Recordings

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