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Composer: Coates, Eric (1886-1957)

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Year of birth1886
Year of death1957
Period20th century
December 2019
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NottinghamThe Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano

The Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano
Humperdinck, Mozart, Handel, Prokofiev, Strauss II, Rimsky-Korsakov, Puccini, Coates, Armstrong, Tormé, Korngold, Anderson
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Jennifer France

Birmingham100 Years of Movie Magic

100 Years of Movie Magic
Newman, Bliss, Steiner, Herrmann, Barry, Horner, Williams, Shore, Bernstein, Coates, Morricone, Doyle, Zimmer, Jarre, Hurwitz
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal

BirminghamEnglish Serenade with Classic FM

English Serenade with Classic FM
Arnold, Binge, Coates, Delius, Elgar, Foulds, Goodwin, Grainger, Ketelbey, Smyth, Sullivan, Vaughan Williams, Walton, Wood
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal
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Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
A pleasant afternoon's entertainment with grand sweeps and some beautiful singing by Roderick Williams.
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Echoes of a Mountain Song in Manchester

Sir Thomas Allen © Sussie Ahlburg
Wednesday night saw the masterful rendition of British songs, by the legendary baritone at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, part of the ‘Echoes of a Mountain Song’ series. 
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The new shining light on the old: Stephen Hough

Stephen Hough's Barbican concert was carefully constructed to reveal every side of his personality - artistic, creative and philosophical.  
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The sun shines on the NYOS Junior Orchestra Summer Concert

The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland Junior Orchestra's summer concert: one hundred talented 8-13 year-olds from all over Scotland have fun taking their first orchestral steps.
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Prom 58: Light organ music with Richard Hills

Prom 58’s afternoon concert of light organ music was created to showcase the Royal Albert Hall’s enormous Henry Willis organ. It was the largest of its kind when it was originally built in 1871 and although now only the second largest in Britain, the instrument still consists of 9,997 pipes and 147 stops.
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