Concerto In D Major For Flute And Strings. Flute – Emily Beynon. Concerto For String Orchestra. 10. Allegro Risoluto. 11. Scherzo: Allegro Molto. Leader – Julian Leaper. Orchestra – The New London Orchestra. Producer – Martin Compton. Duration 76:20 Recorded on 22 23 March 2000.
Flute, Primary Artist. Conductor, Primary Artist. Executive Producer, Liner Notes.
Horn Concerto N. in D major . 86b – Jacob Slagter Flute Concerto N. in G major . 13 – Emily Beynon Bassoon Concerto in B flat major . 91/186c – Gustavo Nuñez Oboe Concerto in C major . 71k/314 – Alexei Ogrintchouk. Hilary Tann From the Song of Amergin (flute, viola & harp) Amy Beach Theme and Variations (flute & string quartet) Sally Beamish Words For My Daughter (flute & piano) Thea Musgrave Impromptu (flute & oboe) Louise Farrenc Trio op. 45 (flute, cello & piano).
Concerto for String Orchestra: Rondo. 3. The New London OrchestraRonald Corp. Three Folk Dances: The Weary Wave o' Tyne (Slow and sad). 4. Emily BeynonThe New London OrchestraRonald Corp. Concerto for Flute and Strings in D major: Allegro molto. 5. Concerto for Flute and Strings in D major: Allegro. 6. Concerto for String Orchestra: Scherzo. 7.
Emily Beynon (flute); New London Orchestra/Ronald Corp. The more ambitious of them – the Concerto for Flute and Strings and the Concerto for String Orchestra (both 1937) – are regularly undistinguished in their material, if nicely executed technically. The lighter works – the Aylesbury Games of 1952 and especially the Three Folk Dances of 1911 – are more appealing, though neither travels any great distance from his basically alternating moods of gentle wistfulness and jocularity. The performances are highly sympathetic and, bar the odd lapse in intonation or ensemble, finely delivered.
The Concerto for String Orchestra was never published and remained untouched from 1937 until its premiere in 1997 (the players for whom it was written found it too demanding and it took until 1997 when the Bournemouth Sinfonietta gave it its first performance). It is a wonderful piece which has been likened to the great works for string orchestra by Elgar and Vaughan Williams.
The Flute Concerto is wonderfully performed by the young flautist Emily Beynon-most recently heard on CDA67089, John McCabe's Flute Concerto. The Concerto for String Orchestra was never published and remained untouched from 1937 until its premiere in 1997 (the players for whom it was written found it too demanding and it took until 1997 when the Bournemouth Sinfonietta gave it its first performance).
Emily Benyon (flute), The New London Orchestra, Ronald Corp. Boughton: Three Folk Dances. The New London Orchestra. Emily Benyon (flute). Boughton: Aylesbury Games. Boughton: Concerto in D major for flute and strings. Boughton: Concerto for String Orchestra. Boughton, Rutland (1878-1960).
Sunday, September 6, 2015. Boughton, Rutland - Flute Concerto - Concerto for Strings - Aylesbury Games - Three Dances. Boughton AylesburyGames. rar Boughton AylesburyGames. Stephen Hough: New York Variations - Copland, Corigliano, Tsontakis, Ben Weber.