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NI 5208

Vaughan Williams, The Wasps, The Lark Ascending, Delius, Florida Suite

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

English Symphony Orchestra


William Boughton



Michael Bochmann

violin

Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 65:59
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RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

1 

The Wasps, Overture

8:41
 
     
2 

The Lark Ascending

13:54
 Michael Bochmann violin
     
 

FREDERICK DELIUS

 

Florida Suite

 
3 I Daybreak 12:02
 
     
4 II By the River 6:54
 
     
5 III Sunset 10:33
 
     
6 IV At Night 7:49
 
     
7 

Summer Evening

6:06
 
 William Boughton
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<p>&quot;William Boughton imparts tremendous zest to VW&rsquo;s Wasps Overture, fully in keeping with its breezy nature, and he gives the big central tune its true nobility. Michael Bochmann, I note, was a pupil of the late Frederick Grinke, whose recording of The lark ascending must have introduced this ravishing piece to many readers of GRAMOPHONE, as it did to me. Bochmann plays it like his teacher, with unaffected ease and a natural appreciation of its poetry. His tone is pure and steady, even at the stratospheric height to which the lark takes him. The recording has the customary Nimbus fidelity.&quot;</p> <p><b><br /> </b></p>

Gramophone - February 1990

"William Boughton imparts tremendous zest to VW’s Wasps Overture, fully in keeping with its breezy nature, and he gives the big central tune its true nobility. Michael Bochmann, I note, was a pupil of the late Frederick Grinke, whose recording of The lark ascending must have introduced this ravishing piece to many readers of GRAMOPHONE, as it did to me. Bochmann plays it like his teacher, with unaffected ease and a natural appreciation of its poetry. His tone is pure and steady, even at the stratospheric height to which the lark takes him. The recording has the customary Nimbus fidelity."


Gramophone - February 1990



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