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AV 2194

Made in Britain

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2011

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


John Wilson


James Clark

violin

Venue:

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall



Producer:

John Fraser



Engineer:

Philip Hobbs



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 71:39
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WILLIAM WALTON

(1902-1983)
1 

Scapino Overture

8:23
   
 

GEORGE BUTTERWORTH

(1885-1916)
 

Two English Idylls

9:54  
2 No. 1 5:19
3 No. 2 4:35
   
 

FREDERICK DELIUS

(1862-1934)
4 

The Walk to the Paradise Garden

9:09
   
 

ARNOLD BAX

(1883-1934)
5 

The Happy Forest

9:59
   
 

EDWARD ELGAR

(1857-1934)
6 

Salut d'amour

3:18
   
 

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

(1872-1958)
 

English Folk Song Suite

9:05  
7 March: 'Seventeen Come Sunday' 2:53
8 Intermezzo: 'My Bonny Boy' 3:07
9 March: Folk Songs from Somerset 3:05
   
10 

The Lark Ascending

14:20
 James Clark violin
 

EDWARD GERMAN

(1862-1936)
11 

Nell Gwyn Overture

7:31

Avie AV 2194

Made in Britain – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, John Wilson

Made in Britain is a rich and nostalgic journey through English music straddling the turn of the twentieth century, with John Wilson, today’s leading proponent of British music, at the helm of the UK’s oldest orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

The recording celebrates a rich period of English music, which produced evergreens such as Vaughan Williams’s The Lark Ascending (for years No. 1 in the Classic FM Hall of Fame) and Elgar’s Salut d’amour, as well as the folk-inspired Two English Idylls by Butterworth and English Folk Song Suite by Vaughan Williams. The programme opens with Walton’s commedia dell’arte overture Scapino and closes with the Nell Gwyn Overture by Edward German, the music director of London’s Globe Theatre from 1888. Along the way we hear A Walk to the Paradise Garden from Delius’s opera A Village Romeo and Juliet and Bax’s woodland evocation The Happy Forest.



"A fine collection of popular works from the Royal London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of the dynamic John Wilson - a conductor who is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the world of English music... German’s light-hearted Nell Gwynn overture makes a sparkling end to an excellent disc."
 
EM Marshall-Luck -  Spirited -The Gazette of the English Music Festival - December 2012
 

"...a nice program, well played, well captured, so a pure pleasure Symphony!"   ****

 

Remy Franck - Pizzicato magazine - January 2012


"...a well-chosen programme of English orchestral miniatures very well recorded..."

Ivan March - Gramophone - December 2011


"...The celebrated John Wilson brings his interpretative magic to bear on these pieces ...The general mood is one of unhurried romanticism. The RPLO gentley draws out every subtlety in pieces such as Butterworth’s two delicate-as-forget-me-nots English Idylls and offers a thoughtful, languorous take on Delius’s The Walk To The Paradise Garden..."  ****

Anna Britten - Classic FM Magazine - December 2011




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