Alan Ridout – Cello Concertos. Label: Sanctuary Classics – BBM1037. Format: CD, Album, Stereo. Country: UK. Released: 2003. Concerto No 1 for cello, strings and percussion (1984): III. 11:53. 4. Concerto for cello and voices (1994): Threnody. Cello – Gerard Leclerc. Conductor – Stephen Barlow. Design – Helen Elizabeth. Orchestra – English Chamber Orchestra. Producer, Engineer – Chris Craker.
Concerto for cello and voices: III. Saraband. The emperor and the bird of paradise. Concerto no. 1 for cello, strings and percussion: I. 06:49.
Ridout Cello Concertos. A long-overdue first recording for a lyrical British concerto from the 1980s. View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. Composer or Director: Alan (John) Ridout. Concerto for Cello, Strings and Percussion No 1. Alan (John) Ridout Composer. Stephen Barlow Conductor. English Chamber Orchestra. Concerto for Cello and Voices. Concerto No 3, 'The Prisoner'. The) Emperor and the Bird of Paradise. Paul Edmund-Davies (fl).
Six cello concertos (Op. 14, Nos. 1–6). Cello Concerto – The Loneliest Wilderness (2007). Cello Concerto, Op. 17 (1936). Cello Concerto No. 1 for cello, percussion and strings (1984). 2 for cello and wordless choir (1994).
Cello Concertos, The Emperor and the Bird of Paradise. Alan Ridout; Gérard Leclerc, Joanna Lumley, Paul Edmund Davies, Laudibus, English Chamber Orchestra, Stephen Barlow. Alan Ridout; Coull Quartet. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups. Sort name: Ridout, Alan.
Alan Ridout (9 December 1934 – 19 March 1996) was a British composer and teacher. Born at West Wickham, Greater London, England, Alan Ridout studied briefly at the Guildhall School of Music before commencing four years of study at the Royal College of Music, London with Herbert Howells and Gordon Jacob. He was later taught by Michael Tippett, Peter Fricker and (under a Dutch government scholarship) Henk Badings.
BPM Profile Cello Concertos. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at 132BPM (+32), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Antonín Dvořák. Symphony no. 6, 2 Slavonic Dances. Dvořák: Violin Concerto, Romance, Suk: Fantasy.
Cello Concertos, The Emperor and the Bird of Paradise released: 2003. Tavener, Pärt, Górecki released: 2000. Saint-Saëns: Carnaval des Animaux, Alan Ridout: Ferdinand, Little sad sound, Frieder Meschwitz: Tier-Gebete released: 1988. Cello Concertos, The Emperor and the Bird of Paradise. 1 for cello, strings and percussion: II. 1 for cello, strings and percussion: III. Concerto for cello and voices: I. Threnody.