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CHRISTMAS CHARITY DISC

Music For
Harry 2

Richard Strauss:Serenade for Wind Ensemble in E flat op.7 (R Strauss).
Dvorak Serenade for Wind in D Minor op.44 B77
CONDUCTOR: Michael Harris
ARTISTS: Birmingham Conservatoire Wind Ensemble £15 Crotchet

This CD is the latest in a series of innovative musical projects called 'Music for Harry' which raise money to provide direct funding for research into Cystic Fibrosis at the Royal Brompton Hospital London. All monies raised by Crotchet on the sale of this CD will be forwarded to the Royal Brompton.

The fund is support by the actress Jenny Agutter. They started in 1998, since when almost £60,000 has been raised. The research which the project has helped to fund has been very successful. It is the first
study anywhere in the world to show the beneficial effects of macrolide antibiotics in treating children suffering from CF who had not responded to other forms of treatment, work which is being developed further.

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ACD071-2 KARLOWICZ Violin Concerto A major Op. 8 "Eternal Songs" symphonic poem Op.10
ACD080-2 CHOPIN CONCERTOS Piano Concertos Nos 1 and 2 RUBINSTEIN, ARGERICH, ROWICKI, NOWAK
ACD091 ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741) Le Quattro Stagioni TELEMANN Don Quixote - Suite

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George Onslow (1784-1853) : the "French Beethoven" by Baudime Jam

Andreas Haefliger is interviewed by Colin Clarke

Operette series from Universal Accord reviewed by Ray Walker

 

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Arnold Bax The symphonies Vernon Handley

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Anu Tali and her Estonia-Finnish Symphony Orchestra

Andreas Haefliger is interviewed by Colin Clarke

Gilbert Kaplan talks to Marc Bridle about Mahler’s Second Symphony.

Robert von Bahr Interview with Dave Billinge

Adrian Williams Biography and Interview by Chris Thomas

Matthias Goerne interviewed by Melanie Eskenazi

Operette series from Universal Accord reviewed by Ray Walker

Rorem, Flute Concerto (world premiere), Jeffrey Khaner

Birtwistle in New York and London.

Brahms' German Requiem with Simon Rattle in London.

The final movement is a turbulent downward spiral -- a vast whirlpool -- with the ever-darkening orchestra being sucked down some cosmic drain. Mahler Symphony 6 Tilson Thomas Los Angeles


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