Paddington Bear's Musical Adventures
Two fun-filled stories written by Michael Bond - Paddington's First Concert and Paddington at St. Paul's – read by Simon Russell Beale with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Two fun-filled stories for all the family written by Michael Bond - Paddington's First Concert and Paddington at St. Paul's – read by Simon Russell Beale with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Recorded at Milton Court Concert Hall, London, on 7 October 2018.
Herbert CHAPPELL: Paddington Bear's First Concert
Paddington at St Paul’s featuring:
BRITTEN: Cakes and Ale from Suite on English Folk Tunes
RAVEL: Le jardin féerique from Ma mère l'oye
RUDERS: Whispering from Four Dances in One Movement
RAVEL: Petit Poucet from Ma mère l'oye
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: The Flight of the Bumble Bee
TCHAIKOVSKY: Preghiera from Suite No. 4 Op. 61 "Mozartiana"
ARNOLD: Allegro Vivace from Serenade for Small Orchestra
Simon Russell Beale (narrator)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Ben Palmer (conductor)
Paddington’s First Concert sees the marmalade-loving Peruvian bear making his conducting debut - at the Royal Albert Hall. And in Paddington at St Paul’s he is surprised to find himself a member of the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Paddington's First Concert was written by © Michael Bond 1973 and is published by Chester Music. Paddington at St Paul’s was written by © Michael Bond 2018 and is published by HarperCollins Children’s Books. Illustrations © R. W. Alley 2018.