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Moeran: The collected 78rpm recordings

Moeran: Collected 78 rpm recordings of music

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Hallé


Leslie Heward



John Goss

baritone

Anthony Pini

cello

Hubert Foss

piano

Gerald Moore

piano

Heddle Nash

tenor

Frederick Riddle

viola

Jean Pougnet

violin

Cathedral Male Voice Quartet



Venue:

Cheltenham


Manchester



Record Label
Divine Art Historical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Contemporary

Total Time - 73:54
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Moeran: The collected 78rpm recordings

 

ERNEST JOHN MOERAN

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String Trio in G major

 
1 I Allegretto giovale 8:32
 Jean Pougnet violin
 Frederick Riddle viola
 Anthony Pini cello
2 II Adagio 4:21
 Jean Pougnet violin
 Frederick Riddle viola
 Anthony Pini cello
3 III Molto vivace 3:09
 Jean Pougnet violin
 Frederick Riddle viola
 Anthony Pini cello
4 IV Andante grazioso - presto 5:38
 Jean Pougnet violin
 Frederick Riddle viola
 Anthony Pini cello
     
5 

O Sweet fa's the Eve

2:37
 John Goss baritone
     
6 

Can’t you dance the Polka

1:23
 John Goss baritone
 Hubert Foss piano
     
7 

Sheep Shearing

2:29
 John Goss baritone
     
8 

Diaphenia

1:56
 Heddle Nash tenor
 Gerald Moore piano
     
9 

The Sweet o' the Day

1:00
 Heddle Nash tenor
 Gerald Moore piano
     
 

Symphony in G minor

 
10 I Allegro 13:02
 
 Leslie Heward
11 II Lento 11:02
 
 Leslie Heward
12 III Scherzo: vivace 5:05
 
 Leslie Heward
13 IV Finale: Lento - allegro molto 13:40
 
 Leslie Heward


Very little of Moeran’s music was recorded commercially during his lifetime - here is all of it, including Leslie Heward’s fabulous Symphony, still considered the definitive interpretation.  The superb String Trio is accompanies by two original songs with Heddle Nash, and three folk song arrangements sung by John Goss with the Cathedral Male Voice Quartet.

“...the Trio is superb and in itself worth the price of the disc.. here is a real find”

Tully Potter 

Classic Record Collector

“...a particularly attractive CD… a nice record not just for collectors. Heward’s account of the Symphony is indeed definitive”

Robert Matthew-Walker

International Record Review

“Divine Art’s Historic Sound series is turning out to be a real corker. {The Symphony} was available before on a Dutton CD but Pristine Audio’s new transfer has added a little more clarity to the sonic picture. The String Trio… cannot be better interpreted. The sound is very good indeed. Highly recommended.”

Gerald Fenech

Classical Net

“An unexpected delight – the engineer has made a fine job of restoring these historical treasures”

Peter Spaull

Liverpool Daily Post

“A blistering first performance of Moeran’s symphony is a classic of the gramophone… Andrew Rose has achieved impressively full-bodied and refined results (surface noise is remarkably low)... magnificent recording… a truly wonderful account of the String Trio”

Andrew Achenbach

Gramophone

“A fine conspectus… vocal, instrumental and symphonic. These are all classic performances. [The sound]… is much more immediate than Dutton’s rather more occluded sound. Divine Art’s work has subtly re-aligned the orchestral sonority. The strings are warmer whereas with EMI… the strings can sound rather shrill and tonally starved.”

Jonathan Woolf

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