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Indian Summer

Celebrating British Music: Donald Macleod looks at Lloyd's remarkably successful final years, when audiences lapped up his tuneful symphonic works.

1 hour

Last on

Fri 28 Jun 2013 18:30

Music Played

  • George Lloyd

    Sanctus and Benedictus (from Symphonic Mass)

    Performer:Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Performer:Brighton Festival Chorus; Conductor: George Lloyd,

    • ALBANY TROY100.
  • George Lloyd

    Allegro (from Symphony No 12 )

    Performer: Albany Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: George Lloyd,

    • ALBANY TROY032.
  • George Lloyd

    Vivo, Adagio + Andante(from Cello Concerto )

    Performer: Anthony Ross, cello; Performer: Albany Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: David Alan Miller,

    • ALBANY TROY458.
  • George Lloyd

    Requiem

    Performer: The Exon Singers; Performer: Jeffrey Makinson, organ Conductor: Matthew Owens,

    • TROY:450.
    • 1.

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