The Last Night of the Proms

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Annotation

according to customer reviews, this is not recorded at an actual Last Night of the Proms event, but in a studio.

Annotation last modified on 2015-10-23 15:07 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1William Tell Overture (Finale)Gioachino Rossini3:31
2Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
David Arnold (British conductor)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky7:04
3The Liberty Bell March
producer:
Alan Boyd (musician, sound engineer, producer and filmmaker)
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
balance engineer:
Gary Thomas (engineer)
concertmaster:
Jonathan Carney (violinist, conductor and concertmaster)
phonographic copyright by:
Imagination Entertainments (in 2002) and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in 2002)
recorded at:
Angel Studios in Islington, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2002-01-07 until 2002-01-10)
recording of:
The Liberty Bell
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1893)
John Philip Sousa2:28
4Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Robin Stapleton (conductor)
Benjamin Britten17:31
5Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
producer:
Alan Boyd (musician, sound engineer, producer and filmmaker)
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
balance engineer:
Gary Thomas (engineer)
concertmaster:
Jonathan Carney (violinist, conductor and concertmaster)
phonographic copyright by:
Imagination Entertainments (in 2002) and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in 2002)
recorded at:
Angel Studios in Islington, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2002-01-07 until 2002-01-10)
recording of:
Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo
composer:
Pietro Mascagni (composer) (in 1888)
part of:
Cavalleria rusticana (german lyrics)
part of:
Cavalleria rusticana
Pietro Mascagni3:19
6March from Things to Come
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Robin Stapleton (conductor)
Arthur Bliss3:57
7Fantasia on Greensleeves
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
recording of:
Fantasia on “Greensleeves”
composer:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer) (from 1924 until 1928)
arranger:
Ralph Greaves (in 1934)
publisher:
Oxford University Press (in 1936)
is based on:
Greensleeves (generic entry for traditional and unknown arrangements)
is based on:
Lovely Joan (traditional English folk song)
is based on:
Sir John in Love
Ralph Vaughan Williams4:24
8Rhapsody in BlueGeorge Gershwin18:22
9Pomp and Circumstance March no. 4
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Robin Stapleton (conductor)
Edward Elgar5:17
CD 2
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Light Cavalry OvertureFranz von Suppé6:46
2Nimrod from Enigma VariationsEdward Elgar3:46
3Jupiter from The Planets Suite
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (from 2004-04-26 until 2004-04-27)
conductor:
Owain Arwel Hughes (from 2004-04-26 until 2004-04-27)
phonographic copyright by:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in 2004)
recorded at:
Watford Colosseum in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 2004-04-26 until 2004-04-27)
recording of:
The Planets, op. 32: IV. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity (from 2004-04-26 until 2004-04-27)
composer:
Gustav Holst (composer) (from 1914 until 1916)
orchestration of:
The Planets, op. 32: IV. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity (for two pianos)
part of:
The Planets, op. 32 (Suite for Large Orchestra)
Gustav Holst8:28
4Can-Can from Orpheus in the Underworld
producer:
Alan Boyd (musician, sound engineer, producer and filmmaker)
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
balance engineer:
Gary Thomas (engineer)
concertmaster:
Jonathan Carney (violinist, conductor and concertmaster)
phonographic copyright by:
Imagination Entertainments (in 2002) and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in 2002)
recorded at:
Angel Studios in Islington, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2002-01-07 until 2002-01-10)
recording of:
Orphée aux Enfers: Acte II, Scene 2. Galop Infernal (widely known as “Can-can”)
composer:
Jacques Offenbach
part of:
Orphée aux Enfers: Acte II, Tableau 4 (Les Enfers)
Jacques Offenbach2:14
5Fantasia on British Sea Songs
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Robin Stapleton (conductor)
recording of:
Fantasia on British Sea Songs
arranger:
Sir Henry Wood (English conductor) (in 1905)
Henry Wood17:53
6Jerusalem
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Owain Arwel Hughes
recording of:
Jerusalem (anthem by Hubert Parry)
lyricist:
William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker)
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer) (in 1916)
is based on:
Jerusalem (poem by Blake)
partial recording of:
Jerusalem (anthem by Hubert Parry)
lyricist:
William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker)
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer) (in 1916)
is based on:
Jerusalem (poem by Blake)
Hubert Parry2:50
7Pomp and Circumstance March no. 1
producer:
Alan Boyd (musician, sound engineer, producer and filmmaker)
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
balance engineer:
Gary Thomas (engineer)
concertmaster:
Jonathan Carney (violinist, conductor and concertmaster)
phonographic copyright by:
Imagination Entertainments (in 2002) and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in 2002)
recorded at:
Angel Studios in Islington, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2002-01-07 until 2002-01-10)
recording of:
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major
premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom (on 1901-10-19)
publisher:
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (composer)
composer:
Edward Elgar (composer) (in 1901)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (music publisher founded in the 1760s, forebear of Boosey & Hawkes)
part of:
Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches, op. 39
Edward Elgar5:35
81812 Overture
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Philip Ellis
recording of:
The Year 1812, Festival Overture in E-flat major, op. 49
premiered in:
Moscow, Russia (on 1882-08-20)
composer:
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (from 1880-09 until 1880-11)
part of:
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 49), Thematic and Bibliographical Catalogue of P. I. Čajkovskij's Works (number: ČW 46) and Works of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky by opus number (number: op. 49)
is based on:
Боже, Царя храни!
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky15:55

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