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8 thoughts on “ Water Music - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Classical Gold II (Vinyl, LP)

  1. ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Vinyl Records and CDs The Royal Philharmonic deftly maneuvers around a large songbook, handling with extreme ease both (quasi-) modern pop and classical. They have fun with the pop numbers, adapting their instrumentation to .
  2. The Royal fireworks are also bad from the start. The Overture (track 3) is way too slow! In comparison, the Water music is better, and it's got more time and tracks on this album. The CD's edition is very nice, I'd almost say luxurious. Both the booklet and print on the CD itself, and even the box are appealing. I didn't like this CD.2/5(1).
  3. Mar 30,  · Sir Adrian Boult conducts the Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra with Ralph Downes (Harpsichord) to The Water Music (complete) by Handel on this Westminster ‎(XWN ) LP .
  4. Classical Gold-Volume 1 A1 – The London Philharmonic Orchestra: Theme From '' (Also Sprach Zarathustra) Composed By – Richard Strauss: A2 – The London Philharmonic Orchestra: Pomp & Circumstance (Land Of Hope & Glory) No. I. Composed By – Sir Edward Elgar: A3 – Wiener Symphonic Orchestra* Bolero.
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  7. Mar 05,  · My favorite recordings of "Water Music" include the Philharmonia Baroque recording, reissued on Harmonia Mundi's Classical Express budget line of re-issues. The John Elliot Gardnier recording, on Erato, is also very good. There's a "Trio" box of the chamber orchestra "Orpheus" that features Water Music, Royal Fireworks and the Concerti Grossi.
  8. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (), based in London, was formed by Sir Thomas Beecham in In its early days the orchestraSECURED profitable recording contracts and important engagements including the Glyndebourne Festival Opera and the concerts of the Royal Philharmonic Beecham's death in the orchestra's fortunes declined steeply; it battled for survival until the mid.

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