Joseph Holbrooke - Orchestral Works mp3 album
Listen free to Joseph Holbrooke – HOLBROOKE: Orchestral Works (Ulalume (poem for orchestra No. 4), Op. 35, Bronwen Overture, Op. 75 and more). 5 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Holbrooke: Orchestral Works, an album by Joseph Holbrooke, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Leaper on this site. Listen to Holbrooke: Orchestral Works in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
This is a comprehensive, annotated list of compositions by Joseph Holbrooke. For a simplified version of this catalogue, arranged by opus number, see List of works by Joseph Holbrooke. Holbrooke was notorious for continually revising and recasting his compositions in different forms: "The most disconcerting aspect of any inquiry into the works of Holbrooke is that elucidation is not proportionate to the amount of facts unearthed: instead confusion, contradiction and complication tend to increase
Everybody dies one death. The real difference is that a coward will want to die a thousand times while listening to this disc of orchestral works by Joseph Holbrooke, but a hero will just take the dad-blamed thing off. It's not that the performances are bad. They're all well enough played if somewhat unidiomatic performances by a provincial orchestra under a more than competent but less than inspired conductor. It's not that the performances are poorly recorded
Joseph Holbrooke: The Enchanter - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. 1 RecordingHolbrooke, Joseph Piano. Results for Joseph Holbrooke. 1 Recording in Collection: Recordings ). << first < prev 1 next last . View Album. Joseph Holbrooke Piano. Symposium Rel. January 4, 2011.
Holbrooke Orchestral Works. The) Children of Don, Overture. The) Birds of Rhiannon. This is only my fourth encounter with the music of Joseph Holbrooke – previous discoveries were the First Piano Concerto, The Birds of Rhiannon and extracts from the opera Bronwen. Whilst these were in no way unpleasant experiences I cannot say that they left a lasting impression either. Unfortunately the two unfamiliar works on this disc have done little to alter my initial reaction.
Redirected from Josef Holbrooke). Joseph Charles Holbrooke (5 July 1878 – 5 August 1958) was an English composer, conductor, and pianist. Joseph Holbrooke was born Joseph Charles Holbrook in Croydon, Surrey. His father, also named Joseph, was a music hall musician and teacher, and his mother Helen was a Scottish singer. He had two older sisters (Helen and Mary) and two younger brothers (Robert and James), both of whom died in infancy.
|1||Ulalume, Op. 35 (Poem for Orchestra No. 4)||13:26|
|2||Bronwen, Overture, Op. 75||9:27|
|3||The Bells, Prelude, Op. 50||10:35|
|4||The Raven, Op. 25 (Poem for Orchestra No. 1)||18:52|
|5||Byron, Op. 39 (Poem for Orchestra and Chorus)||16:22|
- Recorded At – Concert Hall Of The Slovak Radio
- Choir – Slovak Philharmonic Chorus (tracks: 5)
- Chorus Master – Jan Rozehnal (tracks: 5)
- Conductor – Adrian Leaper
- Engineer – Hubert Geschwandtner
- Orchestra – Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Producer – Murray Khouri
NotesRecorded at the Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava from 6th to 13th January, 1992.
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