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BINGE: Watermill (The) / Scottish Rhapsody

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2008


Artists:

Ernest Tomlinson



Silvia Capova

piano

Kenneth Edge

saxophone

Record Label
Naxos - Marco Polo

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 72:22
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RONALD BINGE

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1 

Elizabethan Serenade

3:39
 
     
2 

Scottish Rhapsody

6:27
 
     
3 

Miss Melanie

2:49
 
     
4 

Las Castanuelas

3:14
 
     
5 

Madrugado

3:44
 
     
6 

The Red Sombrero

2:45
 
     
7 

Trade Winds

4:56
 
     
8 

Faire Frou-Frou

2:24
 
     
9 

String Song

3:48
 
     
 

Saxophone Concerto

 
10 I. Allegro spiritoso 4:30
 Kenneth Edge saxophone
11 II. Andante espressivo 5:26
 Kenneth Edge saxophone
12 III. Rondo (Allegro giocoso) 3:46
 Kenneth Edge saxophone
     
13 

The Watermill

3:47
 
     
14 

Scherzo - Allegro molto

4:03
 
     
15 

The Dance of the Snowflakes

3:32
 
     
16 

High Stepper, "The Aggie Theme"

2:43
 
     
17 

Prelude: The Wispering Valley

4:22
 Silvia Capova piano
     
18 

Venetian Carnival

3:49
 
     
19 

Sailing By

2:38
 
 Ernest Tomlinson
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"Conductor Tomlinson - who is also one of the most prolific composers honoured in this series - gives this gentle, winsome music the kind of affectionate touch which brings out all its modest but valid virtues."
 
Fanfare
 

"One way and another this must be one of the most successful of this excellent series, and it can only heighten the standing of a fine English light music composer"
 
Gramophone magazine



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