Arnold Bax. Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Martin Yates. 2. Andante con moto - Molto maestoso - Andante poco maestoso. Arnold Bax.
Bax: Symphony in F. 2014. Bax: Symphony in F. (CD - Dutton Laboratories 7308).
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Conductor – Martin Yates (2). Orchestra – Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Orchestrated By – Martin Yates (2). Notes. World Premiere Recording.
Martin Yates, Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Symphony in F: I. Allegro molto vivace - Molto più lento (Andante) - Allegro molto vivace 20:28. Martin Yates, Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Symphony in F: II. Andante con moto - Molto maestoso - Andante poco maestoso 18:31. Martin Yates, Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Symphony in F: III. Intermezzo: Tempo di valsero 14:00
Bax Symphony number nought at last! The piano score of Arnold Bax's Symphony in F of 1907 was completed by its composer but never orchestrated, and has long been one of the great "might-have-beens" of the British symphonic repertoire, along with Elgar's Third Symphony and E. J. Moeran's Second. Unlike Elgar and Moeran, Bax actually completed his symphony, and now Martin Yates has set it into full score, managing to catch the elusive, idiomatic sound of Bax's orchestra in a convincing way we never expected to hear. Symphony in F (1907) Realised and orchestrated by Martin Yates (2013) Royal Scottish National Orchestra Martin Yates (conductor) World premiere recordings Recorded at RSNO Centre, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, 15-16 August 2013 CDLX7308.
Album · 2015 · 10 Songs. Adagio ("Apparition of Helen and Faust"). Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Martin Yates. 3. La Nuit de Walpurgis Op. 60: III. Bacchanale (Andante Quasi Adagio - Allegro Con Fuoco).
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) is an international Scottish orchestra, based in Glasgow at its own music centre and rehearsal studios directly connected to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall at the top of Buchanan Street. The RSNO receives support from the Scottish Government. The RSNO performs throughout Scotland, at such venues as Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Usher Hall (Edinburgh), Caird Hall (Dundee), Aberdeen Music Hall, Perth Concert Hall or Eden Court Inverness
Sir Arnold Bax was one of Britain’s most individual composers. Hearing a few bars of one of his mature, Celtic infused scores is often enough for you to say, ah, Bax. The whole work is most convincingly realised for the orchestra. It may not have so many of those ah, Bax moments, but when they come (especially in the noble second movement) they point the way forward to his mature symphonic works and the tone poems ( Christmas Eve in particular). Conducting and recording here are authoritative, as you would expect from Dutton.