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CL 1263

A Royal Fanfare

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2012

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Royal Artillery Band


Stockholm Philharmonic Brass Ensemble


New Zealand Symphony Orchestra


Christopher Robinson


James Judd


Geoffrey Kingston


Matthew Locke


Choir of St John's College, Cambridge


Malmo Brass Ensemble



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Vocal & Song

Total Time - 64:52
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Music for coronations & royal ceremonial
   
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EDWARD ELGAR

1 

'Pomp and Circumstance' March No.4 in G major

5:20
 James Judd
 

ELGAR HOWARTH

2 

English Dances

10:32
3 

'Pomp and Circumstance' March No.5 in C major

6:20
 James Judd
   
 Matthew Locke
4 

Music for His Majesty's Sackbuts and Cornetts

10:01
 

EDWARD ELGAR

5 

Empire March

4:23
 James Judd
 

ERIC COATES

6 

'Halcyon Days' from The Three Elizabeths

7:52
 Geoffrey Kingston
 

WILLIAM WALTON

7 

Coronation Te Deum

9:52
 Christopher Robinson
 

EDWARD ELGAR

8 

Coronation March, Op.32

10:32
 James Judd
   


Music for coronations & royal ceremonial

Grand music for coronations, for ceremonial occasions, for matters of state and for formal dancing is brought together in this special album. 400 years of quintessentially British music, from Matthew Locke to Eric Coates, centred around the peerless style of Sir Edward Elgar, whose ’Pomp and Circumstance’ marches are familiar to us all.

"...judd does well by the Elgar. The strings are not big but elegant and smooth. The brass and percussion have nice bite, and the bass a rich rumble, with organ pedals especially effective in the Empire and Coronation marches. The superb balances by both Judd and the engineers allow the many rhythmic and coloristic details to support the orchestra’s crisp style... In Walton’s Te Deum Robinson’s Choir is exceptional, especially the strong, pitch-perfect boys. Rich harmonic movement and vital flow generate excitement..."

Gil French - American Record Guide - July/August 2012




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