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Reviews are by Brian Wilson at Music Web International



bach arranged elgar fantasia and fungue in c minor albert Coates
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"There’s real fire in the belly of this performance – but the recording is just too dated for me to appreciate, despite all that Beulah have done to maximise the quality of the transfer."

Beethoven Grosse Fugue
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brahms piano concerto number 1
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"Even when the soloist enters in rather softer vein, the feeling continues that this is going to be a big-boned performance; it’s an interpretation of an aspect of Brahms that is certainly defensible. It’s not all in the same manner; there’s some tender playing, too, especially from Claudio Arrau, and I enjoyed hearing it, though I wouldn’t choose it as my main recording. I deliberately played this ‘blind’ but Arrau was certainly one of the pianists I would have guessed; I almost always enjoyed his performances and this is more sensitive than those which sometimes led reviewers to pun on his name and the word ‘row’. The recording still sounds well in this transfer. "

mozart symphony number 33 van beinum
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mozart symphony number 35 van beinum
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"Nowadays we’re less apt to think of Mozart as the musical equivalent of a Meissen figurine and I enjoyed van Beinum’s way with the Haffner a good deal more than my 1950 predecessor... The recording sounds a bit scrawny, but no more so than you might expect for a recording of this vintage; there’s no significant surface noise on this transfer and the ear soon adjusts to the sound quality.

The difference of a couple of years is apparent in the much improved sound of No.33. This, too, I enjoyed hearing alongside, though not in preference to, more recent recordings."

Sousa Fennell
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Sousa Fennell
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Sousa Fennell
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"The reissue of this 1950 classic is very welcome, archaic diction and all. It almost converted me to the G&S cause. the reissue of this 1950 classic is very welcome, archaic diction and all. It almost converted me to the G&S cause; now I’m going to try the Proms performance of Yeomen to see if that conversion can be complete. "

yeomen of the guard
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Overture

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ACT 1

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ACT 2

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Individual numbers

ACT 1

No. 1. When madien loves she sits and sighs

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No. 2. Tower warders under orders

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No. 3. When our gallant Norman foes

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No. 4. Alas I waver to and fro

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No. 5. Is life a boon?

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No. 6. Here's a man of jollity

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No. 7. I have a song to sing O

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No. 8. How say you maiden, will you wed?

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No. 9. I jibe and joke and quip and crack

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No. 10. Tis done! I am a bride

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No. 11. Were I thy bride

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No. 12 Finale

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ACT 2

No. 1. Night has spread her pall once more, Warders are ye?

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No. 2. Oh! a private Buffoon is a light-hearted loon

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No. 3. Hereupon were both agreed

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No. 4. Free from fetters grim

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No. 5. Strange adventure

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No. 6. Hark! What was that, sir?

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No. 7. A man who would woo a fair maid

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No. 8. When a wooer goes a wooing

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No. 10 Finale

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What the critics say

beethoven symphony  number 7
"If I have a desert-island Beethoven symphony, it’s the Seventh, and the benchmark in my head is Colin Davis’s 1961 HMV recording with the RPO, now happily restored to us by Beulah" Brian Wilson at Music Web International reveiwing Barenboim's recording with the West-East Divan Orchestra
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