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Work: Symphony no. 5 in D major

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ComposerVaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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GävleBrexit!

Gävle Symphony Orchestra
Elgar, Britten, Vaughan Williams
Gävle Symfoniorkester; Douglas Boyd; Mark Padmore

LondonWar and Peace

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Britten, Dean, Vaughan Williams
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Alban Gerhardt

BerlinDie Englische Art: Sir Andrew Davis & Julia Hagen

Tippett, Elgar, Vaughan Williams
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Julia Hagen

BerlinDie Englische Art: Sir Andrew Davis & Julia Hagen

Tippett, Elgar, Vaughan Williams
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Julia Hagen

SydneyTowards Serenity

Debussy, Copland, Twist, Vaughan Williams
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Sir Donald Runnicles; James Burke
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Inspirational return to the RFH by Vasily Petrenko and the RPO

Vasily Petrenko conducts a performance of Vaughan Williams' Fifth Symphony that hit the right note from first to last. 
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Rattle and the LSO reunited at the Proms

The LSO is reunited with its Music Director for the first time since lockdown for a moving performance from the Royal Albert Hall. 
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Arcadia in Albion: BBC Symphony plays Vaughan Williams

Urioste’s marvellous playing wedded gleaming tone to sure technique in The Lark Ascending.
****1
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Quintessentially English: Mark Wigglesworth and the RPO

Vaughan Williams' Fifth Symphony is given a great performance by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Cadogan Hall. 
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To sleep perchance to dream? Sir Andrew Davis leads the BSO

John Harbison's Second Symphony takes the listener from Dawn to Darkness, while Vaughan Williams' Fifth offers “the similitude of a dream” in Boston. 
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