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The complete works, Instruments, Britten

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The complete works, Instruments
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The complete works
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Instruments
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Britten
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  • Britten the complete works
  • Instruments
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Contributor
Composer
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Accompanying matter
historical information
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Recorded over various times in various places
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multiple forms
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not applicable
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Label
The complete works, Instruments, Britten
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Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Decca presents the first ever Britten complete works in collaboration with Britten-Pears Foundation and 18 record labels"--Sticker on packaging
  • Includes an alphabetical index of works in booklet
Accompanying material
1 booklet (48 pages)
Capture and storage technique
digital storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
performed music
Content type code
prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • CD 49. Sinfonietta, op. 1 (Werner Tripp, flute ; Karl Mayrhofer, oboe ; Alfred Boskovsky, clarinet ; Ernst Pamperl, bassoon ; Josef Veleba, horn ; Anton Fietz, violin I ; Philipp Matheis, violin II ; Günther Breitenbach, viola ; Emanuel Brabec, cello ; Otto Rühm, double bass) ; Simple symphony, op. 4 ; Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, op. 10 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Soirées musicales, op. 9 ; Matinées musicales, op. 24 (National Philharmonic Orchestra ; Richard Bonynge) -- CD 50. Rondo concertante (1930) ; Fragment for strings (1930) (Rolf Hind, piano ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) ; Two portraits (1930) ; Double concerto in B minor for violin and viola (1932) (Gidon Kremer, violin ; Yuri Bashmet, viola ; Hallé Orchestra ; Kent Nagano, conductor) ; Movements for a clarinet concerto (c. 1942) (Michael Collins, clarinet ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) -- CD 51. Piano concerto , op. 13 ; Violin concerto, op. 15 (Sviatoslav Richter, piano ; Mark Lubotsky, violin ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) --
  • CD 52. Mont Juic: suite of Catalan dances, op. 12 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; Young Apollo, op. 16 (Peter Donohoe, piano ; Felix Kok, Jeremy Ballard, violins ; Peter Cole, viola ; Michal Kaznowski, cello) ; Canadian carnival, op. 19 (Wesley Warren, trumpet ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Sinfonia da Requiem, op. 20 (New Philharmonia Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Diversions for piano (left hand) and orchestra, op. 21 (Julius Katchen, piano ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 53. Scottish ballad, op. 26 (Bracha Eden & Alexander Tamir, pianos ; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande ; Sergiu Comissiona, conductor) ; An American overture, op. 27 (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Prelude and fugue, op. 29 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; The young person's guide to the orchestra, op. 34 (London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Men of goodwill (1947) (Minnesota Orchestra ; Sir Neville Marriner, conductor) ; Variations on Sellinger's round: Variation no. 4 (1953) (Aldeburgh Festival Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Occasional overture, op. 38 (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) --
  • CD 54. Cello symphony, op. 68 (Mstislav Rostropovich, cello ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; In memoriam Dennis Brain (1958) (Michael Thompson, Richard Watkins, Peter Francomb, Chris Griffiths, horns ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) ; The building of the house: Overture, op. 79 (East Anglia Choirs ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Suite on English folk tunes: 'A time there was ... ' op. 90 (Peter Walden, cor Anglais ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Lachrymae, op. 48a (Lars Anders Tomter, viola ; Norwegian Chamber Orchestra ; Iona Brown, conductor) -- CD 55. Lachrymae, op. 48 ; Works for violin, viola & oboe. Reflection (1930) for viola and piano ; Elegy (1930) for solo viola (Nobuko Imai, viola ; Roland Pöntinen, piano) ; Lachrymae, op. 48 for viola and piano (Krzysztof Chorzelski, viola ; Katya Apekisheva, piano) ; Suite, op. 6 for violin and piano (Alexander Barantschik, violin ; John Adey, piano) ; Reveille (1937) for violin and piano (Lorraine McAslan, violin ; John Blakely, piano) ; Two insect pieces (1935) for oboe and piano ; Temporal variations (1936) for oboe and piano (Heinz Holliger, oboe ; András Schiff, piano) ; Six metamorphoses after Ovid, op. 49 for solo oboe (Janet Craxton, oboe) --
  • CD 56. Cello suite no. 1, op. 72 ; Cello suite no. 2, op. 80 ; Cello sonata in C, op. 65 (Mstislav Rostropovich, cello ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- CD 57. Cello suite no. 3, op. 87 (Robert Cohen, cello) ; Nocturnal after John Dowland for guitar, op. 70 (Eduardo Fernández, guitar) ; Suite for harp, op. 83 (Osian Ellis, harp) ; String quartet no. 3, op. 94 (Amadeus String Quartet) ; Tema "Sacher" (1976) for solo cello (Alisa Weilerstein, cello) -- CD 58. Early works for string quartet. String quartet in F major (1928) (Utrecht String Quartet) ; Miniature suite (1929) (Emperor Quartet) ; Rhapsody (1929) ; Quartettino (1930) ; Phantasy in F minor (1932) for string quintet ; Alla marcia (1932) ; Three divertimenti (1936) (Endellion String Quartet) -- CD 59. String quartet in D major (1931) (Gabrieli String Quartet) ; String quartet no. 1, op. 25 (Allegri String Quartet) ; String quartet no. 2, op. 36 (Amadeus String Quartet) --
  • CD 60. Phantasy quartet, op. 2 (Janet Craxton, oboe ; members of the Gabrieli String Quartet) ; Alpine suite (1955) for recorder trio (The Flautadors) ; Scherzo (1954) for recorder quartet (The Flautadors) ; Timpani piece for Jimmy (1955) (James Blades, timpani ; Joan Goossens, piano) ; Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury (1950) for three trumpets (members of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble ) ; Voluntary on Tallis' lamentation for organ (1942) ; prelude to "They walk alone" for organ (1938) ; Village organist's piece (1942) (Timothy Bond, organ) ; prelude and fugue on a theme of Vittoria for organ (1946) (Simon Preston, organ) ; Gemini variations for piano duet, flute, violin, op. 73 (Gabór & Zoltán Jeney, violin, flute, piano duet) ; Introduction and rondo alla burlesca for two pianos, op. 23 no. 1 ; Mazurka elegiaca for two pianos, op. 23 no.2 (Bracha Eden and Alexander Tamir, pianos) -- CD 61. Piano music. Five waltzes (1923-25) ; A little idyll (1930) ; Three character pieces (1930) ; Twelve variations on a theme (1931) ; Two lullabies (1936) ; Holiday diary, op. 5 ; Sonatina romantica: Moderato & Nocturne (1940) ; Night piece (1963) (Stephen Hough, Anthony Goldstone and Ronan O'Hara, pianos) ; Variations for piano solo (1965) (Rolf Hind, piano)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Edition
Limited edition.
Extent
13 audio discs (972.31)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other control number
028947853640
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 4785364DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 (set)
  • 478 5535-478 5547
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn853152179
System details
Compact discs
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
The complete works, Instruments, Britten
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Decca presents the first ever Britten complete works in collaboration with Britten-Pears Foundation and 18 record labels"--Sticker on packaging
  • Includes an alphabetical index of works in booklet
Accompanying material
1 booklet (48 pages)
Capture and storage technique
digital storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
performed music
Content type code
prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • CD 49. Sinfonietta, op. 1 (Werner Tripp, flute ; Karl Mayrhofer, oboe ; Alfred Boskovsky, clarinet ; Ernst Pamperl, bassoon ; Josef Veleba, horn ; Anton Fietz, violin I ; Philipp Matheis, violin II ; Günther Breitenbach, viola ; Emanuel Brabec, cello ; Otto Rühm, double bass) ; Simple symphony, op. 4 ; Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, op. 10 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Soirées musicales, op. 9 ; Matinées musicales, op. 24 (National Philharmonic Orchestra ; Richard Bonynge) -- CD 50. Rondo concertante (1930) ; Fragment for strings (1930) (Rolf Hind, piano ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) ; Two portraits (1930) ; Double concerto in B minor for violin and viola (1932) (Gidon Kremer, violin ; Yuri Bashmet, viola ; Hallé Orchestra ; Kent Nagano, conductor) ; Movements for a clarinet concerto (c. 1942) (Michael Collins, clarinet ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) -- CD 51. Piano concerto , op. 13 ; Violin concerto, op. 15 (Sviatoslav Richter, piano ; Mark Lubotsky, violin ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) --
  • CD 52. Mont Juic: suite of Catalan dances, op. 12 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; Young Apollo, op. 16 (Peter Donohoe, piano ; Felix Kok, Jeremy Ballard, violins ; Peter Cole, viola ; Michal Kaznowski, cello) ; Canadian carnival, op. 19 (Wesley Warren, trumpet ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Sinfonia da Requiem, op. 20 (New Philharmonia Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Diversions for piano (left hand) and orchestra, op. 21 (Julius Katchen, piano ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 53. Scottish ballad, op. 26 (Bracha Eden & Alexander Tamir, pianos ; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande ; Sergiu Comissiona, conductor) ; An American overture, op. 27 (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Prelude and fugue, op. 29 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; The young person's guide to the orchestra, op. 34 (London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Men of goodwill (1947) (Minnesota Orchestra ; Sir Neville Marriner, conductor) ; Variations on Sellinger's round: Variation no. 4 (1953) (Aldeburgh Festival Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Occasional overture, op. 38 (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) --
  • CD 54. Cello symphony, op. 68 (Mstislav Rostropovich, cello ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; In memoriam Dennis Brain (1958) (Michael Thompson, Richard Watkins, Peter Francomb, Chris Griffiths, horns ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) ; The building of the house: Overture, op. 79 (East Anglia Choirs ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Suite on English folk tunes: 'A time there was ... ' op. 90 (Peter Walden, cor Anglais ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Lachrymae, op. 48a (Lars Anders Tomter, viola ; Norwegian Chamber Orchestra ; Iona Brown, conductor) -- CD 55. Lachrymae, op. 48 ; Works for violin, viola & oboe. Reflection (1930) for viola and piano ; Elegy (1930) for solo viola (Nobuko Imai, viola ; Roland Pöntinen, piano) ; Lachrymae, op. 48 for viola and piano (Krzysztof Chorzelski, viola ; Katya Apekisheva, piano) ; Suite, op. 6 for violin and piano (Alexander Barantschik, violin ; John Adey, piano) ; Reveille (1937) for violin and piano (Lorraine McAslan, violin ; John Blakely, piano) ; Two insect pieces (1935) for oboe and piano ; Temporal variations (1936) for oboe and piano (Heinz Holliger, oboe ; András Schiff, piano) ; Six metamorphoses after Ovid, op. 49 for solo oboe (Janet Craxton, oboe) --
  • CD 56. Cello suite no. 1, op. 72 ; Cello suite no. 2, op. 80 ; Cello sonata in C, op. 65 (Mstislav Rostropovich, cello ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- CD 57. Cello suite no. 3, op. 87 (Robert Cohen, cello) ; Nocturnal after John Dowland for guitar, op. 70 (Eduardo Fernández, guitar) ; Suite for harp, op. 83 (Osian Ellis, harp) ; String quartet no. 3, op. 94 (Amadeus String Quartet) ; Tema "Sacher" (1976) for solo cello (Alisa Weilerstein, cello) -- CD 58. Early works for string quartet. String quartet in F major (1928) (Utrecht String Quartet) ; Miniature suite (1929) (Emperor Quartet) ; Rhapsody (1929) ; Quartettino (1930) ; Phantasy in F minor (1932) for string quintet ; Alla marcia (1932) ; Three divertimenti (1936) (Endellion String Quartet) -- CD 59. String quartet in D major (1931) (Gabrieli String Quartet) ; String quartet no. 1, op. 25 (Allegri String Quartet) ; String quartet no. 2, op. 36 (Amadeus String Quartet) --
  • CD 60. Phantasy quartet, op. 2 (Janet Craxton, oboe ; members of the Gabrieli String Quartet) ; Alpine suite (1955) for recorder trio (The Flautadors) ; Scherzo (1954) for recorder quartet (The Flautadors) ; Timpani piece for Jimmy (1955) (James Blades, timpani ; Joan Goossens, piano) ; Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury (1950) for three trumpets (members of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble ) ; Voluntary on Tallis' lamentation for organ (1942) ; prelude to "They walk alone" for organ (1938) ; Village organist's piece (1942) (Timothy Bond, organ) ; prelude and fugue on a theme of Vittoria for organ (1946) (Simon Preston, organ) ; Gemini variations for piano duet, flute, violin, op. 73 (Gabór & Zoltán Jeney, violin, flute, piano duet) ; Introduction and rondo alla burlesca for two pianos, op. 23 no. 1 ; Mazurka elegiaca for two pianos, op. 23 no.2 (Bracha Eden and Alexander Tamir, pianos) -- CD 61. Piano music. Five waltzes (1923-25) ; A little idyll (1930) ; Three character pieces (1930) ; Twelve variations on a theme (1931) ; Two lullabies (1936) ; Holiday diary, op. 5 ; Sonatina romantica: Moderato & Nocturne (1940) ; Night piece (1963) (Stephen Hough, Anthony Goldstone and Ronan O'Hara, pianos) ; Variations for piano solo (1965) (Rolf Hind, piano)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Edition
Limited edition.
Extent
13 audio discs (972.31)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other control number
028947853640
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 4785364DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 (set)
  • 478 5535-478 5547
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn853152179
System details
Compact discs
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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