John Ireland (English composer)

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Artist credits

This is a list of all the different ways John Ireland (English composer) is credited in the database. View the artist credit documentation for more details.

Bairstow, Britten, Howells, Ireland, Orr, Tippett, Vaughan Williams, Walton; Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, George Guest (see uses)
Benjamin Britten, John Ireland, Sir William Walton, Edward Elgar; Tanya Prochazka, Janet Scott Hoyt (see uses)
Benjamin Britten, Michael Head, John Ireland; Alison Browner, Sharon Carty, Andreas Frese (see uses)
Bowen, Ireland, Alwyn, Brown, Coates; Tasmin Little, Piers Lane (see uses)
Brian Easdale, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sir Arnold Bax, John Ireland, Lord Berners; Philharmonia Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Muir Mathieson (see uses)
Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Fauré, Ravel, Debussy, Bridge, Ireland, Walton; Kathryn Stott (see uses)
Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Gustav Mahler, Lili Boulanger, John Ireland; Monte Piano Trio (see uses)
Edward Elgar, Frank Bridge, Haydn Wood, John Ireland, Frederick Delius, Peter Warlock, Geoffrey Bush, Ralph Vaughan Williams; English Northern Philharmonia, David Lloyd-Jones (see uses)
Elgar, Bax, Hadley, Bliss, Holst, Ireland; BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult (see uses)
Elgar, Bridge, Delius, Scott, Ireland; Clare Howick, John Paul Ekins (see uses)
Finzi, Bax, Ireland; The Choir of Westminster Abbey, Daniel Cook, James O’Donnell (see uses)
Frank Bridge, James Friskin, John Ireland, E. J. Moeran; Cantamen (see uses)
Frederick Delius, John Ireland; Julian Lloyd Webber, Jiaxin Cheng, John Lenehan (see uses)
Frederick Delius, John Ireland; Ulster Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones, Piers Lane (see uses)
Holst, Bourgeois, Grainger, Ireland, Horovitz; City of London Wind Ensemble, Geoffrey Brand, Christian Lindberg, City of London Brass Quartet (see uses)
Holst, Elgar, Warlock, Ireland; The Bournemouth Sinfonietta, George Hurst (see uses)
Ireland (see uses)
Ireland, Bax, Bowen; Paul Watkins, Huw Watkins (see uses)
Ireland, Vaughan Williams, Elgar; Philharmonia Orchestra, Owain Arwel Hughes (see uses)
Ireland; Bryn Terfel, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox (see uses)
Ireland; City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox (see uses)
Ireland; Colin Horsley, Basil Cameron, Sir John Barbirolli (see uses)
Ireland; Roderick Williams, Iain Burnside (see uses)
J. Ireland (see uses)
Jacob, Ireland, Arnold, Delius, Berkeley; Martin Outram, Julian Rolton (see uses)
Johann Sebastian Bach / John Ireland (see uses)
John Ireland (see uses)
John Ireland / Geoffrey Bush (see uses)
John Ireland / Graham Parlett (see uses)
John Ireland / M. Hall (see uses)
John Ireland / Matthew Forbes (see uses)
John Ireland / Ray Steadman-Allen (see uses)
John Ireland / Steve Robson (see uses)
John Ireland arr. Alec Rowley (see uses)
John Ireland arr. Bernard Hughes (see uses)
John Ireland arr. Robert Gower (see uses)
John Ireland, E.J. Moeran; David Owen Norris, The Carice Singers, George Parris (see uses)
John Ireland, Francis Chagrin, Percy Fletcher, Paul Lewis; Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Gavin Sutherland (see uses)
John Ireland; City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox (see uses)
John Ireland; Eric Parkin (see uses)
John Ireland; John Lenehan (see uses)
John Ireland; John Lenehan, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, John Wilson (see uses)
John Ireland; Lisa Milne, John Mark Ainsley, Christopher Maltman, Graham Johnson (see uses)
John Ireland; London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bryden Thomson, Eric Parkin (see uses)
John Ireland; Lydia Mordkovitch, Karine Georgian, Ian Brown (see uses)
John Ireland; Maggini Quartet (see uses)
John Ireland; Paul Barritt, Catherine Edwards (see uses)
John Ireland; Raphael Wallfisch, Orchestra of the Swan, David Curtis (see uses)
John Ireland; Sinfonia of London, John Wilson (see uses)
John Ireland; Stefan Kagl (see uses)
Judy Garland with John Ireland (see uses)
Mussorgsky, Hugo Alfvén, Jacques Ibert, Lyadov, Britten, Ireland; Goldstone & Clemmow (see uses)
Peter Pears, John Ireland (see uses)
Ralph Vaughan Williams, George Butterworth, Gerald Finzi, John Ireland; Malcolm Martineau (see uses)
Respighi, Walton, Wirén, Ireland, Arensky, Tchaikovsky; English String Orchestra, William Boughton (see uses)
Rubbra, Moeran, Ireland; Raphael Wallfisch, John York (see uses)
Stanford, Bridge, Ireland; Julian Lloyd Webber, John McCabe (see uses)
Vaughan Williams; Ireland; Hallé Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli (see uses)
Walton, Ireland, Guto Puw (see uses)
Walton, Ireland, Guto Puw; Nobuko Imai, Kathryn Stott, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra (see uses)