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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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GranadaLa alondra

La alondra
Vaughan Williams, Mozart
Orquesta Ciudad de Granada; Joseph Swensen

LondonVaughan Williams and Britten

Vaughan Williams, Britten
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Antonio Pappano; Vilde Frang

AtlantaElgar's Enigma Variations and Miloš Karadaglić Returns

Vaughan Williams, Talbot, Elgar
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Mark Wigglesworth; Miloš Karadaglić

BudapestGeniuses & Stars

Geniuses & Stars
Vaughan Williams, Britten, Elgar
Concerto Budapest; Domonkos Héja; Matan Porat

ZürichSeason closing with Stéphane Réty and Daniel Hope

© Zürcher Kammerorchester (c) Sandro Diener
Bach, Vaughan Williams, Vivaldi
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Stéphan Réty; Daniel Hope; Naoki Kitaya
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Anglo-Russian repertoire as the BSFO closes its first tour

Jan Latham-Koenig © Luke Toddfrey
Making its London debut, the BSFO and Jan Latham-Koenig make an impression in both British and Russian classics. 
***11
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A fine Music Makers in a watery themed Prom

Sir Andrew Davis © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Warmly affectionate Vaughan Williams contrasting with angular and psychologically charged Wood, followed by an emotional performance of Elgar's The Music Makers.
****1
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Posies, garlands and festive bunting: the LSO and Rattle

Sir Simon Rattle © Oliver Helbig
On the cusp of the Summer Solstice, Sir Simon Rattle, the LSO and suitable orchestral reinforcements celebrate the heritage of folk music and the attractions of rusticity.
****1
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Mournful and humane Brahms at the Royal Festival Hall

Marin Alsop © Adriane White
Marin Alsop and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment lead a searing account of Brahms' German Requiem and Vaughan Williams. 
****1
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Tale of two concertos: Bergen Philharmonic play Gubaidulina and Grieg

Gidon Kremer © Roy Bjørge
Bergen Philharmonic’s programme of Grieg’s Piano Concerto and Gubaidulina’s violin concerto Offertorium offered fascinating insight into the relationship between orchestra and soloist.
***11
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