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CHAN 10092

MacMillan: Into the Ferment/ The Berserking/Britannia

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2003

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

BBC Philharmonic


James MacMillan


Martin Roscoe

piano*

Venue:

Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Manchester



Producer:

Ralph Couzens


Mike George


Brian Pidgeon

(Executive)

Engineer:

Stephen Rinker


Tim Archer

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Choir

Total Time - 67:31
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JAMES MACMILLAN

(b. 1959)
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1 

Britannia (1994)

12:42
   
 

The Berserking (1989)*

31:22  
  A Concerto for Piano and Orchestra  
2 Quaver = 140+ Energico - 9:10
3 Crotchet = 60 - 12:52
4 Quaver = 104 9:20
   
premiere recording
 

Into the Ferment (1988, revised 2002)

23:27  
  for ensemble and orchestra  
5 'The Storm' - 1:43
  orchestra and ensemble  
6 'Here are we met, three merry boys' - 2:26
  3 orchestral trombones and ensemble  
7 'In dispraise of whisky' - 1:56
  orchestra only  
8 'We are na' fou'!' - 3:03
  ensemble only  
9 'It is the moon, I ken her horn' - 2:57
  orchestra and ensemble  
10 'Three merry boys again' (sometime later) - 2:25
  orchestra only  
11 'Wha' first shall rise to gang awa'' - 2:58
  ensemble only  
12 'Man to man . . . shall brithers be . . .' - 3:41
  orchestra only  
13 Finale 2:18
  orchestra and ensemble  
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Energy and wit abound in music with plenty of stories to tell.
Gramophone

'Here, as in the other two works here, MacMillan obtains excellent results from his Manchester players…You have then, authoritative performances here - in excellent sound, too.'
International Record Review




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L Ling

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M Canter