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Gerald Finzi - Introit - Nicholas Collon, Aurora Orchestra (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Gerald Finzi - Introit - Nicholas Collon, Aurora Orchestra (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Сomposer: Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
Artist: Nicholas Collon, Aurora Orchestra
Title: Introit: The Music of Gerald Finzi
Genre: Classical
Label: © Decca is a Universal Music Company
Release Date: 2016
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz
Duration: 01:21:39
Recorded: Fairfield Halls, Croydon, 14 July & 20–21 August 2015

To commemorate the 60th Anniversary of British composer Gerald Finzi’s passing, Decca Classics and the Finzi Trust collaborate on a special album to bring some of Finzi's finest works to a whole new audience.
These pieces are some of the best kept secrets of pastoral England – it’s time Finzi's lush, lyrical music found a wider audience. Re-imagined popular vocal works are performed by Classic Brit winner and Grammy nominee Amy Dickson (saxophones). Other soloists include Thomas Gould (violin), Tom Poster (piano) and Nicolas Fleury (French horn).
This release invigorates Finzi’s music with the dynamic Aurora Orchestra and Nicholas Collon, playing arrangements specially commissioned from some of the country’s best arrangers by the Finzi Trust – the ‘guardians’ of this wonderful repertoire.

“This is an enticing package. You'd have to be a fairly diehard Anglophobe not to be attracted to a new anthology of Finzi's shorter orchestral works, performed by one of Britain's smartest young orchestras and conducted by Nicholas Collon…the Aurora Orchestra play this music with genuine freshness. Phrases are expressively moulded, inner parts nurtured and long lines beautifully sustained, with a lively attention to detail” --Gramophone

Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
1. Lo, the full, final sacrifice, Op.26: Amen 02:40
2. Dies Natalis, Op.8 - Arr. Sheppard: 5. The Salutation 04:17
3. Who is Sylvia?, Op.18, No.2 01:43
Love's Labour's Lost, Op.28
4. 1. Soliloquy 1: So sweet a kiss the golden sun gives not 01:44
5. 2. Soliloquy 2: Did not the heavenly rhetoric of thine eye 01:33
6. 3. Soliloquy 3: On a day, alack the day 01:16

7. Clear and gentle stream, Op.17, No.4 04:31
8. Rollicum Rorum, Op.15, No.6 01:43
9. Introit, Op.6 08:35
10. Come away, come away death, Op.18, No.1 03:43
11. Prelude, Op.25 04:30
12. Romance, Op.11 07:35
13. To Lizbie Brown, Op.15, No.7 04:07
14. Dies Natalis, Op.8 - 1. Intrada 05:26
15. Fear no more the heat of the sun, Op.18, No.3 05:36
16. A Severn Rhapsody, Op.3 06:36
17. Eclogue Op.10 11:05
Five Bagatelles, Op.23 - Arr. Ashmore, Dickson
18. 3. Carol 02:05
19. 4. Forlana 03:01

Amy Dickson, saxophones
Thomas Gould, violin
Tom Poster, piano
Nicolas Fleury, French horn
Aurora Orchestra
Nicholas Collon, conductor

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