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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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HelsinkiHPO & Dalia Stasevska

Vaughan Williams, Tiensuu, Sibelius
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Dalia Stasevska; Kari Kriikku

AucklandSpectacular

Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Sibelius
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Esther Yoo

WellingtonSpectacular

Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Sibelius
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Esther Yoo
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Up and running: passion and grandeur from the Philharmonia

Sheku Kanneh-Mason © Philharmonia Orchestra
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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Inspired by Elizabethan music: Gardner and the Bergen Phil

Edward Gardner © Bergen Philharmonic
The Bergen Phil and the Edvard Grieg Choir trace music from Elizabethan themes to 20th century works on them, culminating in Pärt's Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten.
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Resurrection Symphony: Rattle returns to live music-making in Munich

Sir Simon Rattle
As Europe’s concert-giving tentatively emerges from the coronavirus lockdown, Simon Rattle and the BRSO celebrate its rebirth with a sublime pairing of Vaughan Williams and Mozart.
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Loss and foreboding from Pappano and the LSO

Sir Antonio Pappano © Liam Hennebry
In these difficult times a reduced audience witnessed a concert of music that didn’t exactly offer much solace, but which possessed a powerful sense of loss and foreboding that seemed entirely timely. 
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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. 
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