Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Rule Britannia Thomas Arne 6:02
2 Country Gardens Percy Grainger 2:15
3 Cherry Ripe Frank Bridge 3:28
4 Three Dances from “Nell Gwyn” Sir Edward German 9:20
5 In the Country from “Meadow to Mayfair” Eric Coates 3:39
6 A Song Before Sunrise Frederick Delius 6:18
7 Orb and Sceptre - Coronation March Sir William Walton 7:18
8 Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 Sir Edward Elgar 3:39
9 Mock Morris Percy Grainger 3:46
10 Shepherd’s Hey Percy Grainger 2:13
11 Overture “The Wasps” Ralph Vaughan Williams 8:28
12 Salut d’amour, op. 12 Sir Edward Elgar 3:48
13 English Folk Song Suite: I. March “Seventeen Come Sunday” Ralph Vaughan Williams 2:55
14 English Folk Song Suite: II. Intermezzo “My Bonny Boy” Ralph Vaughan Williams 2:56
15 English Folk Song Suite: III. March “Folk Songs from Somerset” Ralph Vaughan Williams 3:04
16 Pomp and Circumstance March no. 1 in D minor, op. 39 Sir Edward Elgar 6:35

Credits

CD 1

premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom (1901-10-19) (track 16)
London, England, United Kingdom (1923-09-19) (track 6)
organ:
Noel Rawsthorne (track 7)
arranger:
Gordon Jacob (composer) (tracks 13–15)
Sir Malcolm Sargent (conductor) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (composer) (1888) (track 12)
Percy Grainger (1918 – 1952) (track 2)
choir vocals:
composer:
Edward German (track 4)
Percy Grainger (tracks 9–10)
Sir William Walton (composer and conductor) (track 7)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 2)
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (composer) (track 8)
Thomas Arne (1740) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (composer) (1888) (track 12)
Edward Elgar (composer) (1901) (track 16)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer) (1912) (track 11)
Frank Bridge (composer) (1916-05-30) (track 3)
Frederick Delius (composer) (1918) (track 6)
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer) (1923) (tracks 13–15)
Eric Coates (composer) (1931) (track 5)
conductor:
Sir John Barbirolli (conductor and cellist) (track 6)
Lawrance Collingwood (tracks 8, 12)
Sir Vivian Dunn (tracks 2, 9–10)
Sir Charles Groves (conductor) (tracks 1, 3, 5, 7)
Sir Malcolm Sargent (conductor) (track 4)
Constantin Silvestri (Romanian conductor and composer) (track 11)
John Barbirolli (conductor and cellist) (1963) (track 16)
Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) (1970-08-08) (tracks 13–15)
contralto vocals:
Anne Collins (operatic contralto) (track 1)
dedicated to:
Peter Warlock (composer) (track 6)
lyricist:
James Thomson (Scottish poet, 1700-1748) (track 1)
orchestra:
Hallé Orchestra (track 6)
Light Music Society Orchestra (tracks 2, 9–10)
Pro Arte Orchestra (UK orchestra 1955-1970: do not use for anonymous budget compilations) (track 4)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks 5, 8, 12)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1963) (track 16)
London Symphony Orchestra (1970-08-08) (tracks 13–15)
orchestrator:
Sir Malcolm Sargent (conductor) (track 1)
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (composer) (track 8)
Gordon Jacob (composer) (1924) (tracks 13–15)
publisher:
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (composer) (track 16)
phonographic copyright by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1988) (track 16)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (track 16)
Oxford University Press (tracks 1, 7)
Schott & Co. Ltd. (track 2)
G. Schirmer Inc. (1919) (track 2)
premiered at:
The Crystal Palace in London, England, United Kingdom (1889-11-11) (track 12)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1901-09-14) (track 8)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-08-08) (tracks 13–15)
arrangement of:
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for violin and piano) (track 8)
Salut d’amour, op. 12 (for violin and piano) (track 12)
arrangements:
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major (catch-all for arrangements) (track 16)
Shepherd’s Hey (for brass band, Wright) (track 10)
is based on:
Nell Gwyn (track 4)
is the basis for:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 16)
The Viking Song (track 16)
later translated versions:
Salut d’amour (Swedish translation by Carl Gehrman) (track 12)
later versions:
Hover Bovver (Tune 2) (C64 Game) (track 2)
orchestration of:
Rule, Britannia! (track 1)
Two Old English Songs, H. 119: No. 2. Cherry Ripe (for string quartet) (track 3)
part of:
From Meadow to Mayfair (movement) (track 5)
Two Old English Songs, H. 119 (for orchestra) (track 3)
English Folk Song Suite (orch. Jacob) (tracks 13–15)
parts:
recording of:
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for orchestra) (track 8)
Country Gardens (track 2)
Mock Morris (track 9)
Orb and Sceptre (track 7)
Rule, Britannia! (orchestrated by Sargent) (track 1)
Salut d’amour, op. 12 (for orchestra) (track 12)
Shepherd’s Hey (track 10)
English Folk Song Suite: I. March "Seventeen Come Sunday" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 13)
English Folk Song Suite: II. Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 14)
English Folk Song Suite: III. March "Folk Songs from Somerset" (orchestrated by Jacob) (1970-08-08) (track 15)
referred to in medleys:

Release

manufactured in:the UK
printed in:UK
liner notes:Tony Locantro (1992)
distributed by:EMI (EMI Records, since 1972)
glass mastered by:EMI Swindon
marketed by:EMI (EMI Records, since 1972)
phonographic copyright by:EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1992)
ASIN:US: B0000581ZV [info]
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/5958607 [info]