Major Works

  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony (Complete)

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 1st Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 2nd Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 3rd Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 4th Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Gustav Holst

    A Fugal Overture

    Gustav Holst began composition of A Fugal Overture in 1922, completing the full score in January 1923. Despite its name, the overture is not strictly fugal. It belongs to the era of neo-classicism, but apparently by coincidence, for Holst had not yet...

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  • Philip Lane

    A Maritime Overture

    A Maritime Overture seeks to portray various aspects of the sea, from the gentle lapping of the waves at the start to the storms and battles later on. Beautiful English horn (cued otherwise) solo opportunity, and outstanding display for...

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  • William Walton

    A Shakespeare Suite - Six Movements

      This music was composed in 1955 for the film "Richard III" and has been adapted for orchestral concert use by Muir Mathieson, and this Concert Band arrangement by Paul Noble. The orchestra version has been recorded on Columbia Records by the...

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  • John Rutter

    Agnus Dei, from Mass of the Children

    Mass of the Children represents something new in the composer’s work insofar as it was conceived with an integral role for a children’s choir alongside an adult mixed choir, two soloists, and orchestra (now band). The role of the...

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  • Matthew Curtis

    Amsterdam Suite, 1st movement

      “The Amsterdam Suite, written in 1995 and first performed by the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra the following year, seeks to convey some impressions of a city I have visited several times. It opens with the waltz...

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  • Matthew Curtis

    Amsterdam Suite, 3rd Movement

      “The Amsterdam Suite, written in 1995 and first performed by the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra the following year, seeks to convey some impressions of a city I have visited several times. It opens with the waltz sequence Barrel...

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  • Gareth Glyn

    Anglesey Seascapes, 1st Movement

    Gareth Glyn lives on the island of Anglesey, where the encircling sea has always been indivisible from the mythology, history and everyday life and work of its people. This cycle of short miniatures, in a light music vein, seeks to represent various...

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