PERCY GRAINGER (1882-1961)
   
  premiere recording in this version  
1  Angelus ad Virginem (1942) 1:55
  by Anonymous (thirteenth century)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Barry Peter Ould  
  Liltingly  
premiere recording
2  Ballade No. 17 (1937) 2:11
  by Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300-1377)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Keith Brion and Barry Peter Ould  
  Lyrically, with slow gentle lilt  
premiere recording
3  La Bernardina (1943) 1:16
  Canzone in three parts  
  by Josquin des Prez (c. 1450/1455-1521)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Barry Peter Ould  
  Flowingly  
   
4  Prelude in the Dorian Mode (1941) 4:17
  Tiènto del Segundo Tono  
  by Antonio de Cabezón (c. 1510-1566)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Keith Brion and Michael Brand  
  Flowingly - Coda. Somewhat lingeringly, gradually slowing to the end  
   
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5  The Four Note Pavan (1940) 3:06
  No. 13 from Consort Music to the Viols in 4, 5 and 6 parts  
  by Alfonso Ferrabosco II (c. 1575-1628)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Barry Peter Ould  
  Stately, yet with a grave playfulness, and wit the lilt of a slow dance  
   
  premiere recording in this version  
6  Five-Part Fantasy No. 15 (1937-41) 3:16
  A Five Tone-Strand Fantasy for Viols  
  by John Jenkins (1592-1678)  
  Scored from the original Viol manuscript  
  by Arnold Dolmetsch (1858-1940)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Stephen Carpenter  
  Lively, but sustained (not energetic)  
   
7  March (1946) 1:31
  March, BWV Anh. 122  
  from Clavierbüchlein II for Anna Magdalena Bach (1725)  
  by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)  
  now attributed to Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)  
  as interpreted by Arnold Dolmetsch  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Kees Kramer and Barry Peter Ould  
  Fast marching speed  
premiere recording
8  See what His love can do (1937) 3:02
  'Seht, was die Liebe tut', aria for tenor  
  from Cantata, BWV 85 Ich bin ein guter Hirt (1725)  
  by Johann Sebastian Bach  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited and realised by Barry Peter Ould  
  Larghetto  
9  O Mensch, bewein' dein' Sünde groß (1936-42) 3:38
  Chorale prelude, BWV 622  
  from Das Orgelbüchlein (1713-15)  
  by Johann Sebastian Bach  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Keith Brion and Michael Brand  
  Slowly flowing - Più lento  
  premiere recording in this version  
10  Hungarian Fantasy (1959) 16:38
  Fantasie über ungarische Volksmelodien, S 123, R 458 (1849-52)  
  by Franz Liszt (1811-1886)  
  Edited by Barry Peter Ould  
  Andante mesto - Adagio -  
 Ivan Hovorun piano
   
11  Chorale No. 2 (1942) 11:47
  from Trois Chorals (1890)  
  by César Franck (1822-1890)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by R. Mark Rogers  
  Maestoso - Largamente, con fantasia -  
   
12  Tuscan Serenade (1937) 2:49
  'Sérénade toscane', Op. 3 No. 2 (?1878)  
  by Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Edited by Keith Brion and Luis Maldonado  
  Andante con moto quasi Allegretto - Più mosso - Tempo I  
   
13  Folk-Tune (1942) 2:33
  No. 1 from Two Ballades, Op. 38 (1924)  
  by Sir Eugene Goossens (1893-1962)  
  from Chosen Gems for Winds  
  Molto tranquillo e con moto - Rallentando al fine  
  premiere recording in this version  
14  Down Longford Way (1935) 2:08
  No. 2 from Four Musical Sketches (1928)  
  by Katharine Parker (1886-1971)  
  Edited and realised by Barry Peter Ould  
  Slowly but flowing (Andante) - Molto rallentendo al fine  
 Ivan Hovorun piano
 Clark Rundell
  1 and 2 April 2007