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CHAN 6599

Rubbra: Symphony No.10

The Classical Shop
release date: February 1993

Originally recorded in 1992

Artists:

Bournemouth Sinfonietta


Hans-Hubert Schonzeler



Venue:

Guildhall, Southampton



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Brian Couzens


Ralph Couzens

(assistant)

Record Label
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Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 39:15
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EDMUND RUBBRA

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Symphony No.10 (Sinfonia da Camera) Op.145

17:27
2 

A Tribute for Ralph Vaughan-Williams on his 70th birthday, Op. 56

6:08
 

Improvisations on Virginal Pieces by Giles Farnaby Op.50

15:47  
3 a) Farnaby's Conceit 03:33
4 b) His Dreame 02:51
5 c) His Humour 02:23
6 d) Loth to Depart 03:52
7 e) Tell me, Daphne 03:01
   
 Hans-Hubert Schonzeler
   
  July 1976  
   
   
   
Rubbra: Symphony No. 10, etc. – Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Schönzeler

‘Rubbra’s Tenth Symphony is a short, one-movement work, whose opening has a Sibelian seriousness and a string atmosphere that grip one immediately. Schönzeler is scrupulously attentive to dynamic nuance and internal balance, while keeping a firm grip on the architecture as a whole. The 1977 recording has been impressively remastered. It has a warm acoustic and reproduces natural, well-placed tone. The upper range is crisply defined. The Farnaby Variations is a pre-war work whose charm Schönzeler uncovers effectively, revealing its textures to best advantage. ‘Loth to Deport’, the best-known movement, has gentleness and vision in this performance. Strongly recommended… indispensable.’

Penguin Guide to Recorded Classical Music

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