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War and its Aftermath

Celebrating British Music: Donald Macleod looks at the effect of Lloyd's traumatic wartime experience, including an incident where his ship torpedoed itself in freezing Arctic waters.

1 hour

Music Played

  • George Lloyd

    John Socman (Overture)

    Performer: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY015.
  • George Lloyd

    Symphony No 5 (iv: Lamento)

    Performer: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY022.
  • George Lloyd

    John Socman, Act II Scene I (Duet)

    Performer: Philharmonia Orchestra Performer: David Wilson-Johnson (Baritone: Socman) Performer: Janice Watson (Soprano: Sybil) Conductor: George Lloyd

    • ALBANY TROY131.
  • George Lloyd

    Symphony No 4 (i: Allegro Moderato)

    Performer: Philharmonia Orchestra Conductor: Edward Downes

    • LYRITA 2258.

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