"a truly desirable project with the orchestra and recording team getting well into their stride in this cracker."(MusicWeb) [Gipps] "thoroughly likeable creation... The spirit of RVW hovers benignly, and well worth getting to know, especially when given with such vigour and obvious affection" [Butterworth] "Manchester-born... Symphony was first heard under Barbirolli, though it's origins trace back to Sibelius's Sixth... copious allusions to the Finnish master... powerfully evocative of the North, strongly argued and confidently scored... a most enterprising pairing" (Gramophone)
"a truly desirable project with the orchestra and recording team getting well into their stride in this cracker."(MusicWeb) [Gipps] "thoroughly likeable creation... The spirit of RVW hovers benignly, and well worth getting to know, especially when given with such vigour and obvious affection" [Butterworth] "Manchester-born... Symphony was first heard under Barbirolli, though it's origins trace back to Sibelius's Sixth... copious allusions to the Finnish master... powerfully evocative of the North, strongly argued and confidently scored... a most enterprising pairing" (Gramophone)
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Arthur Butterworth Symphony No.1/Ruth Gipps Sym.
Artist: Douglas Bostock
Format: CD
New: Available to Order 10.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Butterworth: Symphony No.1 Op.15 I. Allegro Molto Moderato
2. II. Lento Molto
3. III. Allegretto Con Moto
4. IV. Vivacissimo E Furiososo
5. Ruth Gipps: Symphony No.2 Op.30 Moderato-Allegro Moderato-Meno Mosso-Andante-Maestoso-Tempo Di Marcia-Adagio-Allegro Moderato-Tr
6. Malcolm Arnold: Concerto for Organ ; Orchestra Op.47
7. I. Vivace
8. II. Lento
9. III. Allegretto

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"a truly desirable project with the orchestra and recording team getting well into their stride in this cracker."(MusicWeb) [Gipps] "thoroughly likeable creation... The spirit of RVW hovers benignly, and well worth getting to know, especially when given with such vigour and obvious affection" [Butterworth] "Manchester-born... Symphony was first heard under Barbirolli, though it's origins trace back to Sibelius's Sixth... copious allusions to the Finnish master... powerfully evocative of the North, strongly argued and confidently scored... a most enterprising pairing" (Gramophone)