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Early Success

Celebrating British Music: Donald Macleod introduces the work of the 20th century, romantic composer who never stopped writing tunes, long after they had gone out of fashion.

1 hour

Last on

Mon 24 Jun 2013 18:30

Music Played

  • George Lloyd

    Orchestral Suite No 1 from The Serf (Outrage)

    Performers: Albany Symphony Orchestra Conductor: David Alan Miller

    • ALBANY TROY458.
  • George Lloyd

    Symphony No 1 -last section: Vivace (Tempo Primo)

    Performer: Albany Symphony Orchestra Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY032.
  • George Lloyd

    Iernin, Act III (Duet: You plead in vain, poor mortal tongue)

    Performer: BBC Concert Orchestra Performer: Marilyn Hill Smith (Soprano; Iernin) Perfomer: Geoffrey Pogson (Tenor;Gerent) Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY121.
  • George Lloyd

    Symphony No 3

    Performer: BBC Philharmonic Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY090.
  • George Lloyd

    HMS Trinidad March

    Performers: The Massed Bands of HM Royal Marines Conductor: Lt Col Chris Davies

    • CHEVRON RECORDINGS RMBCD13.

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