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CHAN 9156
(multiple CD Set)

Elgar: Caractacus

The Classical Shop
release date: January 1993

Originally recorded in 1992

Artists:

London Symphony Orchestra


Richard Hickox


David Wilson-Johnson

baritone

Alastair Miles

bass

Stephen Roberts

bass

Judith Howarth

soprano

Arthur Davies

tenor

London Symphony Chorus



Venue:

All Saints' Church, Tooting, London



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ralph Couzens


Peter Newble

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Choir

Total Time - 119:20
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Caractacus Op.35

101:29  
   
  Scene I - British camp on the Malvern Hills, Night  
1 Chorus: Watchmen, alert! 5:46
2 Caractacus: Watchmen, alert! The King is here 6:16
3 Eigen, Orbin, Caractacus: Father, Sire and King 2:22
4 Eigen: At eve to the greenwood 2:38
5 Eigen, Orbin, Caractacus: On the ocean and the river 2:49
6 Chorus: Rest, weary monarch 3:07
  Scene II - The sacred oak grove by the tomb of the Kings  
7 Arch-Druid, Chorus: Tread the mystic circle round 4:45
8 Chorus: Lord of dread 2:44
9 Arch-Druid, Orbin, Caractacus: Bard, what read ye? 8:00
10 Caractacus, Chorus: Leap to light 5:20
11 Chorus: Hence, ere the Druid's wrath is woke 3:05
  Scene III - The forest near the Severn. Morning  
12 Introduction Orchestra: 'Woodland Interlude' 1:59
13 Chorus: Come! Beneath our wodland bow'rs 1:14
14 Eigen: O'er-arch'd by leaves 3:43
15 Orbin: Last night beneath the sacred oak 1:43
16 Eigen, Orbin, Chorus: They gather the wreaths 5:41
   
  Scene IV - The Malvern Hills  
17 Chorus: Wild rumours shake our calm retreat 2:31
18 Eigen: When the glow of the evening 2:35
19 Chorus: We were gather'ed by the river 2:23
20 Caractacus, Chorus: O my warriors 4:21
  Scene V - The Severn  
21 A Bard, Chorus: Captive Britons, see them 4:22
  Scene VI - Rome. The Triumphal Procession  
22 Processional Music Orchestra, Chorus 7:18
  The march triumphal thunders  
23 Claudius: Unbind his hands 0:58
24 Caractacus: Heap torment upon torment 4:55
25 Chorus: Slay the Briton 0:36
26 Caractacus: I plean not for myself 2:37
27 Eigen, Orbin, Caractacus, Claudius: Grace from the Roman 2:37
28 Chorus: The clang of arms is over 4:53
 

Severn Suite Op. 87a

18:02  
  Version for full orchestra  
29 I Introductiion. Worcester Castle 2:33
  Pomposo  
30 II Toccata. tournament 3:59
  Allegro molto  
31 III Fugue. The Cathedral 4:03
  Andante  
32 IV Minuet. Commandery 5:12
  Moderato  
33 V Coda 2:15
  Lento  
   
 Alastair Miles bass
 Arthur Davies tenor
 David Wilson-Johnson baritone
 Judith Howarth soprano
 Stephen Roberts bass
 Richard Hickox
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