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Thu Oct 16 18:03:28 2014 UTClccn-n810679210.00The Adelaide Chamber Orchestra, the fine art of music : subscription concert no. 1, March 7th : [concert program], 19930.630.77Vedic hymns Four songs for voice and violin ; Humbert Wolfe songs /75062670Steuart_Bedfordn 81067921613271Bedford, Steuart John Rudolf.Bedford, Steuart John Rudolf 1939-Bedford, StewartBedford Stewart 1939-....Bedford Stuart 1939-....lccn-n79105791Britten, Benjamin1913-1976arrprflbtcndedtitrcmplccn-n81012364English Chamber Orchestraprfitrmuslccn-n81053692Langridge, Philip1939-2010sngprflccn-n81059073Northern Sinfoniaprfmuslccn-n81026469Shirley-Quirk, Johnsngprfvoclccn-n81125426Piper, Myfanwyothlbtnc-london symphony orchestraLondon Symphony Orchestraprfitrlccn-n82243275Pears, Peter1910-1986sngcndprflbtvoclccn-n82106208Lott, Felicitysngprfnp-lloyd, frankLloyd, FrankprfitrBedford, SteuartMusical settingsMusicDramaOperasSongs (High voice) with pianoSuites (Orchestra)Song cyclesOverturesVocal duets with pianoSongs (High voice) with orchestraSolo cantatas, Secular (Medium voice)Songs (High voice) with harpSongs (Medium voice) with pianoMichelangelo Buonarroti,Operas--Excerpts, ArrangedSymphonies (Cello with orchestra)Suites (Orchestra), ArrangedAuden, W. H.--(Wystan Hugh),Sacred vocal trios with pianoSacred vocal duets with pianoMonologues with music (Voice with instrumental ensemble)SymphoniesVocal trios with pianoSongs (High voice) with instrumental ensembleCantatas, SacredPsalms (Music)--150th PsalmSymphonies (String orchestra)Orchestral musicViola with orchestra, ArrangedHardy, Thomas,Donne, John,Choruses, Sacred (Children's voices) with orchestraOperas--ExcerptsCanons, fugues, etc. (String orchestra)Folk songs, EnglishFolk songs, FrenchFranceFolk songs--Instrumental settingsEurope--British IslesNicholas,--Saint, Bishop of MyraChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 8 parts), UnaccompaniedChristmas musicConcertos (Piano)Folk musicSongs (Medium voice) with orchestraVariations (Oboe with orchestra), ArrangedPassacaglias (Orchestra)Variations (String orchestra)Aschenbach, Gustav von (Fictitious character)Variations (Orchestra)Concertos (Violin)Songs with pianoRacine, Jean,19391966196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201410181488934782.1M1500.B827ocn023878235ocn030944294ocn811257714ocn813843871ocn811331691ocn811257713ocn811258636ocn811258642ocn840103716ocn813844794ocn002670395ocn811258126ocn057732335ocn811258149ocn004400941ocn003807845ocn055009154ocn057515475ocn006803647ocn035964740ocn811258150ocn144360120ocn811331495ocn053352330ocn552200860ocn243793364ocn049289566ocn040998790ocn076813718ocn083755410ocn014698923ocn811240619ocn057592590ocn018385312ocn884170004ocn885063958ocn760237748ocn191727298ocn785077368ocn880553727ocn775061990ocn315831467ocn798989610ocn658981097ocn725496404ocn88098882357346ocn023878235rcrd19740.53Britten, BenjaminDeath in VeniceMusical settingsDramaThomas Mann's celebrated tale of unrequited love and death is given a new perspective in Benjamin Britten's final opera, first performed just a year and a half before this Met broadcast. The composer's long-time companion, tenor Peter Pears, reprises his world-premiere portrayal of Gustav von Aschenbach, the elderly and solitary novelist at the center of the story, who tragically falls in love with the beautiful youth Tadzio (played by a dancer). Pears is joined by two other veterans of the opera's world premiere--John Shirley-Quirk, who plays the seven characters that propel Aschenbach to his destiny, and conductor Steuart Bedford55217ocn811331691file19940.53Britten, BenjaminThe turn of the screwMusical settingsThe Turn of the Screw: Opera in Two Acts and a Prologue, op.54. Libretto: Myfanwy Piper3448ocn014698923rcrd19850.53Britten, BenjaminSymphony for cello and orchestra in D, op. 68 Suite from Death in Venice : op. 883264ocn811257713file20040.70Britten, BenjaminOrchestral song-cycles32020ocn840104519file19970.59Britten, BenjaminAlbert HerringMusical settingsAlbert Herring: a comic opera in three acts, opus 39, English ChamberOrchestra Benjamin Britten, conductor Sylvia Fisher, soprano Johanna Peters, soprano John Noble, baritone John Brannigan, baritone Edgar Evans,bass April Cantelo Joseph Ward, tenor Catherin Wilson,soprano, Sheila Rex, mezzo-soprano Peter Pears, tenor Libretto included2874ocn811258150file19980.74Jones, DellaSettings of poems by W.H. AudenMusical settings2828ocn811258149file19960.70Britten, BenjaminCanticles I-V26610ocn813843871file19960.66Britten, BenjaminSt. NicolasMusic2517ocn813844794file19980.66Britten, BenjaminSimple symphony2425ocn057732335file20040.66Britten, BenjaminWinter wordsMusical settings2333ocn811258642file20050.70Britten, BenjaminFolk song arrangements2274ocn811258637file20050.66Britten, BenjaminPiano concerto Johnson over Jordan (suite)2244ocn811257714file20040.74Britten, BenjaminOrchestral song-cycles2175ocn811258636file19920.63Britten, BenjaminSinfonia da requiem2093ocn071193031file20050.66Britten, BenjaminVariations on a theme of Frank Bridge The young person's guide2034ocn840103716file20050.70Britten, BenjaminViolin concerto Canadian carnival overture20210ocn030944294rcrd19710.47Britten, BenjaminPhaedra The rape of LucretiaMusical settings1975ocn144360120file20040.70English song1937ocn609985672file19890.56Bennett, WilliamCelebration for flute and orchestraRecordings of pieces played and taught by Marcel Moyse1763ocn811258126file20030.77Holst, GustavVedic hymns Four songs for voice and violin ; Humbert Wolfe songsMusical settings11ocn861914495bookThe Adelaide Chamber Orchestra, the fine art of music : subscription concert no. 1, March 7th : [concert program], 1993Concert programThu Oct 16 15:25:56 EDT 2014batch26038