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Work: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

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ComposerVaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958)
Period20th century
Work typeChoral
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LondonVoices Unwrapped: Aurora Orchestra with BBC Singers — Seven Last Words

Victoria, Esmail, Shaw, Vaughan Williams, MacMillan
Aurora Orchestra; Sofi Jeannin; BBC Singers

ZürichVery British — Duncan Ward und Mark Padmore

Vaughan Williams, Britten, Tippett
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Duncan Ward; Mark Padmore; Thomas Müller; Ryszard Groblewski

WashingtonGemma New & Jennifer Koh

Vaughan Williams, Mazzoli, Sibelius
National Symphony Orchestra; Gemma New; Jennifer Koh

RomeAntonio Pappano / Janine Jansen

Vaughan Williams, Britten, Elgar
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Sir Antonio Pappano; Janine Jansen

ClevelandSymphonic Mozart

Britten, Mozart, Vaughan Williams
The Cleveland Orchestra; Dame Jane Glover; Dame Imogen Cooper
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A fantastic start to The Hallé's new season at The Bridgewater Hall

Benjamin Grosvenor's account of Ravel's Piano Concerto was outstanding in a Hallé concert with powerful Vaughan Williams and Sibelius, plus a novelty by Thea Musgrave.
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A battery of percussion to close the Buffalo digital season

Outstanding interpretations of two important 20th-century works based upon pre-existing compositions.
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Orchestre symphonique de Montréal showcases its stellar strings

Under the exemplary leadership of concertmaster Andrew Wan, the OSM presented a diverse program of well-known compositions for chamber orchestra.

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Short but sweet: the CBSO in Vaughan Williams and Bartók

The Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis crowned an evening for the CBSO strings and brass to shine at Symphony Hall. 
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Up and running: passion and grandeur from the Philharmonia

A welcome return from the Philharmonia saw John Wilson exercising his passion for English music in a Vaughan Williams masterpiece and an impressive Sheku Kanneh-Mason in Saint-Saëns.
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