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ballet by arrangemnet

1PD40 Ballet by arrangement

The rapid growth of ballet during the first half of the twentieth century enabled music from the eighteenth century no longer heard in the concert hall, to be presented to modern audiences performed by full orchestras.
  • The Wise Virgins (J.S. Bach arr. Willam Walton):
  • I. What God Hath Done Is Rightly Done 3:19
  • II. Lord Hear My Longing 2:20
  • III. See What His Love Can Do 4:00
  • IV. Ah! How Ephemeral 2:06
  • V. Sheep May Safely Graze 6:14 sample this
  • VI. Praise Be To God 2:16
    Adrian Boult: London Philharmonic Orchestra recorded 1954

    The Prospect Before Us (William Boyce Arr. Constant Lambert)
  • I. The reherasal 4:02 sample this
  • II. Fire Scene 2:11
  • III. The Lawyers 1:11
  • IV. The Urchins
  • V. Ballet scene 8:03
  • VI.Street scene 3:48
  • VII. Finale 3:39
    Constant Lambert Sadlers Wells Orchestra recorded 1940

    The Good Humored Ladies (Domenico Scarlatti Arr. Vincenzo Tommasini)
  • I. Presto 2:00
  • II.Allegro 1:47
  • III. Andante 4:39 sample this
  • IV. Non presto, in temop di ballo 2:58
  • V. Presto 3:32
    Roger Désormière Paris Conservatoire Orchestra recorded 1950

    Scuola di ballo (Luigi Boccherini arr. Jean Françaix)
  • I. Lecon de Felicita 2:20 sample this
  • II. Meunet 1:50
  • III. Larghetto 2:07 A
  • IV. Rondo 1:22
  • V. Dispute 1:13
  • VI. Presto 0:49
  • VII. Pastorale 2:16
  • VIII. Danse Allemande 1:39
  • IX. Scene de Notaire 1:15
  • X. Finale
    Antal Dorati, London Philharmonic Orchestra recorded 1939.
  • "The transfers have been kept in mono sound without any detectable enhancement, and as to be expected form this period, the orchestral balance is somewhat close and intimate with a limited frequency range. Nevertheless the recordings certainly don't sound their age... I noticed some slight "popping" during the Boyce piece but this did not affect my pleasure in listening to these fun works" Bruce Latham writing in Classical Recordings Quarterly Autumn 2010

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