Vaughan Williams: The Collector's Edition

Vaughan Williams: The Collector's Edition

     
 

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Celebrated as the musical poet of the English landscape, Vaughan Williams was also a visionary composer of enormous range: from the pastoral lyricism of The Lark Ascending and the still melancholy of Silent Noon to the chilly grandeur of the Sinfonia Antartica and the noisy ceremonial of All people that on earth do dwell, he assumed the

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Celebrated as the musical poet of the English landscape, Vaughan Williams was also a visionary composer of enormous range: from the pastoral lyricism of The Lark Ascending and the still melancholy of Silent Noon to the chilly grandeur of the Sinfonia Antartica and the noisy ceremonial of All people that on earth do dwell, he assumed the mantle of Elgar as Britain’s national composer.

EMI Classics has chosen to mark the 50th anniversary of his passing with two new catalog releases -- The Essential Vaughan Williams and Vaughan Williams: The Collector’s Edition.

Vaughan Williams: The Collector’s Edition is a 30-CD budget boxed set containing all of the hits, as well as other gems such as A Sea Symphony, Fantasia on Christmas Carols, On Wenlock Edge, the Five Mystical Songs, and many, many more! -- From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
07/08/2008
Label:
Warner Classics
UPC:
5099920663629
catalogNumber:
06636

Tracks

  1. Symphony No. 1 for soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra ("A Sea Symphony")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Joan Rodgers  -  Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir  - William Shimell  - Malcolm Stewart  - Ian Tracey  -  Walt Whitman
  2. Symphony No. 2 in G major ("A London Symphony")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Roger Benedict  - Diana Cummings
  3. Symphony No. 8 in D minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Diana Cummings
  4. Symphony No. 3 for soprano or tenor & orchestra ("Pastoral")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Alison Barlow  - Roger Benedict  - Nigel Black  - Anna Cooper  - Malcolm Stewart  - Malcolm Stewart  - Alan Stringer
  5. Symphony No. 4 in F minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  -  Colin Chambers  - Malcolm Stewart
  6. Oboe Concerto in A minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Jonathan Small  - Malcolm Stewart
  7. Symphony No. 5 in D major  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Malcolm Stewart
  8. Symphony No. 6 in E minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Malcolm Stewart
  9. Symphony No. 9 in E minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Ian Balmain  - Malcolm Stewart
  10. Serenade to Music ("How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!") for 16 soloists (or soloists & chorus) & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - William Shakespeare  - Vernon Handley  -  Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir  - Malcolm Stewart  - Ian Tracey
  11. Partita for double string orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Roger Benedict  - Susan Henderson  - Malcolm Stewart  - Malcolm Stewart  - Timothy Walden
  12. Symphony No. 7 for soprano, small female chorus & orchestra with narrator ad lib ("Sinfonia Antartica")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Alison Hargan  -  Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir  - Malcolm Stewart  - Ian Tracey
  13. The Wasps, Aristophanic Suite, for orchestra from the incidental music  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Malcolm Stewart
  14. Prelude & Fugue for organ in C minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - David Bell  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Malcolm Stewart
  15. Piano Concerto in C major  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Vernon Handley  - Piers Lane  - Malcolm Stewart
  16. Piano Concerto in C major  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Victor Babin  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - Joseph Cooper  - Vitya Vronsky
  17. Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Symphony Orchestra
  18. Serenade to Music ("How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!") for 16 soloists (or soloists & chorus) & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Richard Angas  - Sheila Armstrong  - Adrian Boult  - Kenneth Bowen  - Norma Burrowes  - John Carol Case  - Bernard Dickerson  - Wynford Evans  - Marie Hayward  - Alfreda Hodgson  - Gloria Jennings  - Christopher Keyte  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - Shirley Minty  - John Noble  - Ian Partridge  - Meriel Dickinson  - Susan Longfield
  19. English Folk Song Suite, for orchestra (orchestrated by G. Jacob)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Symphony Orchestra
  20. Norfolk Rhapsody for orchestra No. 1 in E minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  New Philharmonia Orchestra
  21. Fantasia on Greensleeves, for harp, flute & strings (arranged by R. Greaves; from the opera "Sir John In Love")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  - Ralph Greaves  -  London Symphony Orchestra
  22. In the Fen Country, symphonic impression for orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  New Philharmonia Orchestra
  23. The Lark Ascending, romance for violin & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Hugh Bean  - Adrian Boult  -  New Philharmonia Orchestra
  24. Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, for 2 string orchestras  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Constantin Silvestri  - Gerald Jarvis  - Allan Turner  -  Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra  - Robert Growcott  - Cedric Morgan
  25. Sea Songs, march for military or brass band  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Eric Banks  -  Central Band of the Royal Air Force
  26. English Folk Song Suite, for military band  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Eric Banks  -  Central Band of the Royal Air Force
  27. Coastal Command, film score: Dawn Patrol  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Charles Groves  - Muir Mathieson  -  Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
  28. Concerto grosso for strings in 3 groups  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra
  29. Romance for harmonica, strings & piano in D flat major  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  BBC Symphony Orchestra  - Malcolm Sargent  - Larry Adler  - Eric Gritton
  30. Tuba Concerto in F minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - John Barbirolli  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - Philip Catelinet
  31. Serenade to Music, for orchestra (arranged from the choral work)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  32. The Poisoned Kiss, overture  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  33. Old King Cole, ballet for chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Alan Fearon  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia  -  Sinfonía Chorus
  34. Mystical Songs (5) for baritone, chorus ad lib & orchestra (or organ)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - George Herbert  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia  -  Sinfonía Chorus  - Stephen Roberts
  35. Prelude on an Old Carol Tune, for orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  36. The Running Set, fantasia on jig-rhythms for orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  37. 49th Parallel, film score (The Invaders): Prelude  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  38. Sea Songs, march for military or brass band  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Royal Northern Sinfonia
  39. Variations for orchestra (arr. by G. Jacob from Variations for brass band)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Gordon Jacob  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Brendan O'Brien  -  Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra  - Arnold Foster
  40. Hymn-Tune Preludes (2) for small orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - William Henry Monk  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - John Bacchus Dykes  - Rowland H. Prichard  - Arnold Foster
  41. Violin Concerto in D minor ("Concerto Accademico")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Arnold Foster
  42. Preludes (3) on Welsh Hymn Tunes for organ: Rhosymerdre  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Arnold Foster
  43. Preludes (3) on Welsh Hymn Tunes for organ: Hyfrydol  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Bradley Creswick  - Richard Hickox  - Arnold Foster
  44. String Quartet No. 1 in G minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Britten String Quartet
  45. Sonata for violin & piano in A minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Hugh Bean  - Frances Mason  - David Parkhouse
  46. Phantasy Quintet for 2 violins, 2 violas & cello  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Music Group
  47. Studies in English Folk Song (6) for cello (or violin, viola, clarinet) & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Eileen Croxford  - David Parkhouse
  48. String Quartet No. 2 in A minor ("For Jean on Her Birthday")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Music Group
  49. Toward the Unknown Region, for chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - John Alldis  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  -  Walt Whitman
  50. Dona Nobis Pacem, cantata for soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - John Alldis  - Sheila Armstrong  - Adrian Boult  - John Carol Case  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  -  Walt Whitman
  51. Fantasia (quasi variazione) on the Old 104th Psalm, for piano, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - John Alldis  - Adrian Boult  - Peter Katin  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra
  52. Magnificat for female chorus, flute & orchestra in A major  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Meredith Davies  - Helen Watts  - Christopher Hyde-Smith  -  Orchestra Nova of London
  53. An Oxford Elegy for narrator, small chorus & small orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  - Matthew Arnold  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  -  Jacques Orchestra  - John Westbrook
  54. Whitsunday Hymn ("Come, Holy Spirite, most blessed Lorde"), for baritone or tenor, chorus & orchestra in C major (Choral Hymns No. 3)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  - Bishop Miles Coverdale  - Robin Doveton  -  Jacques Orchestra
  55. Flos Campi, suite for viola, small chorus & small orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  - Cecil Aronowitz  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  -  Jacques Orchestra
  56. Sancta Civitas (The Holy City), oratorio  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Bach Choir  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - Ian Partridge  - John Shirley-Quirk
  57. Tudor Portraits (5), choral suite for soloists, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Bach Choir  - Elizabeth Bainbridge  - John Carol Case  -  New Philharmonia Orchestra  - John Skelton
  58. Benedicite for soprano, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  - John Austin  -  Bach Choir  - Heather Harper  -  London Symphony Orchestra
  59. Variants (5) of 'Dives and Lazarus' for string orchestra & harp (or harps)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Jacques Orchestra
  60. Fantasia on Christmas Carols for baritone, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Barry Rose  - Gavin Williams  - John Barrow  -  Choir of Guildford Cathedral
  61. Hodie (This Day), Christmas cantata for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' chorus, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Bach Choir  - Janet Baker  -  Choir of Westminster Abbey  - Bishop Miles Coverdale  - Thomas Hardy  - George Herbert  - Philip Ledger  - Richard Lewis  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - John Milton  - John Shirley-Quirk  - Ursula Vaughan Williams  - William Drummond
  62. Fantasia on Christmas Carols for baritone, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Richard Hickox  -  London Symphony Chorus  -  London Symphony Orchestra  - Stephen Roberts
  63. Wassail Song ("Wassail, wassail, all over the town"), carol for chorus ("Gloucestershire Wassail")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Bach Choir  -  Jacques Orchestra
  64. In Windsor Forest, cantata (adapted from the opera "Sir John in Love")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Bournemouth Symphony Chorus  - Norman del Mar  - Helen Field  -  Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra  - Geoffrey Hughes
  65. Songs of Travel, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra  - Simon Rattle  - Robert Stevenson  -  Thomas Allen  - Roy Douglas
  66. On Wenlock Edge, song cycle for tenor, piano & string quartet (or tenor & orchestra)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra  - Simon Rattle  - Robert Tear  - A.E. Houseman
  67. O Clap Your Hands, motet for chorus, brass & organ (Psalm 47)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  -  English Chamber Orchestra
  68. Mass for soloists & chorus in G minor  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  - Robin Doveton  - Nigel Perrin  - David van Asch  - John Eaton
  69. Psalm 100 ("All people that on earth do dwell"), for chorus & orchestra ("The Hundredth Psalm")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Bournemouth Sinfonietta  -  Waynflete Singers  - William Kethe
  70. O Taste and See, motet for chorus & organ (Psalm 34)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Winchester Cathedral Choir  - James Lancelot  - Martin Neary  - Ivan Sharpe
  71. Te Deum for chorus & organ (or orchestra) in G  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Russell Burgess  -  Wandsworth School Boys' Choir  - Timothy Farrell
  72. For All the Saints Who from Their Labours Rest, hymn ("Sine nomine")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  York Minster Choir  - Philip Moore  - John Scott Whiteley  - Bishop W. W. How
  73. Preludes (3) on Welsh Hymn Tunes for organ  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Robert Joyce
  74. The truth sent from above, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional English Carols No. 6)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  75. O Little Town of Bethlehem, carol (arr. from English traditional, "Forest Green")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Francis Grier  - Philip Ledger  - Philip Ledger  - Thomas Armstrong  - Philips Brooks
  76. Joseph and Mary, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional Carols from Herefordshire No. 4)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Charles Daniels  - Philip Ledger  - Thomas Trotter
  77. And All in the Morning ("On Christmas Day"), carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional English Carols No. 1)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  78. Alleluya, sing to Jesus (Tune: Hyfrydol) (New English Hymnal 271)  - Richard Huw Pritchard  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  - Stephen Cleobury  - William Chatterton Dix  - Oliver Brett
  79. Come Down, O Love Divine, hymn ("Down Ampney")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  - Stephen Cleobury  - Tom Williamson  - R F Littledale  - Thomas Williamson
  80. The Old 100th Psalm ("All people that on earth do dwell"), for chorus, unison chorus, orchestra & organ  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  Choir of King's College, Cambridge  - Stephen Cleobury  -  Wallace Collection  - Benjamin Bayl  - Roy Douglas
  81. Hymns (4) for tenor, viola & strings  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Robert Bridges  - Richard Crashaw  - David Parkhouse  - Ian Partridge  - Jeremiah Taylor  - Christopher Wellington
  82. Merciless Beauty, rondels (3) for soprano or tenor, 2 violins & cello (or voice & piano)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Hugh Bean  - Eileen Croxford  - Frances Mason  - Ian Partridge
  83. The Water Mill, song for voice & piano (Poems by Fredegond Shove No. 4)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ian Partridge  - Jennifer Partridge  - Fredegond Shove
  84. The New Ghost, song for voice & piano (Poems by Fredegond Shove No. 3)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ian Partridge  - Jennifer Partridge  - Fredegond Shove
  85. Blake Songs (10) for voice & oboe  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - William Blake  - Janet Craxton  -  London Music Group  - Ian Partridge
  86. On Wenlock Edge, song cycle for tenor, piano & string quartet (or tenor & orchestra)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Frances Mason  -  London Music Group  - Ian Partridge  - Christopher Wellington  - Alfred Edward Housman
  87. The House of Life, song cycle for voice & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Anthony Rolfe Johnson  - Dante Gabriel Rossetti  - David Willison
  88. Songs of Travel, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Anthony Rolfe Johnson  - Robert Stevenson  - David Willison  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  89. Linden Lea, song for voice & orchestra ("In Linden Lea;" "A Dorset Song")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Janet Baker  - Gerald Moore  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop  - William Barnes
  90. Joy, Shipmate, Joy!, song for voice & piano (Poems by Walt Whitman No. 3)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Thomas Hampson  -  Walt Whitman  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Carl Rutenberg  - Christopher Bishop
  91. A Clear Midnight, song for voice & piano (Poems by Walt Whitman No. 2)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Thomas Hampson  -  Walt Whitman  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Carl Rutenberg  - Christopher Bishop
  92. Orpheus with his Lute, song for voice & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - William Shakespeare  - David Daniels [countertenor]  - Martin Katz  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  93. Hands, Eyes and Heart, song for voice & piano (Last Songs No. 3)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Daniels [countertenor]  - Martin Katz  - Ursula Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  94. Rest ("O earth, lie heavily upon her eyes"), partsong for chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  King's Singers  - Christina Rossetti  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  95. The Call ("Come, my way"), song for baritone, chorus (ad lib.) orchestra (or organ) (Mystical Songs No. 4)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  St. Paul's Cathedral Choristers  - Philip Martin  - John Scott  -  Sinfonia of London Orchestra  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  96. Linden Lea, song for voice & orchestra ("In Linden Lea;" "A Dorset Song")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  St. Paul's Cathedral Choristers  - Julius Harrison  - John Scott  -  Sinfonia of London Orchestra
  97. English Folksongs (5) for chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  98. Bushes and briars, folk song for male chorus or chorus or voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 1)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  99. Loch Lomond, folk song for baritone & male chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ian Partridge  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  100. John Dory, folk song for chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  101. Greensleeves, folk song for chorus (from the opera Sir John in Love)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  102. Ward the Pirate, folk song for voice & piano or male chorus (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 9)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  103. Ca' the Yowes, folk song for tenor & chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Ian Partridge  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  104. The Unquiet Grave ("How Cold the Wind Doth Blow"), folk song for female chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  105. The Seeds of Love, folk song for male chorus or male chorus & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Geoffrey Shaw  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  106. Early in the Spring, folk song for female chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  107. The Turtle Dove, folk song for baritone & chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Christopher Keyte  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  108. An Acre of Land, folk song for male chorus & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Susan Longfield  -  London Madrigal Singers  - Christopher Bishop
  109. Bushes and briars, folk song for male chorus or chorus or voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 1)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - London Baccholian Singers
  110. Wassail Song ("We've been awhile awandering"), song for chorus (English Folksongs for chorus No. 5; Traditional English Carols No. 8)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - London Baccholian Singers  - Herbert Pierce
  111. The Captain's Apprentice, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 8)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  112. As I Walked Out, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 5)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  113. Bushes and briars, folk song for male chorus or chorus or voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 1)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  114. Geordie, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 14)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  115. On Board a Ninety-eight, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from the Eastern Counties No. 7)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  116. The Ploughman, folk song for male chorus or voice & piano (English Folksongs No. 2)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  117. The Brewer, folk song for voice & piano (English Folksongs No. 4)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  118. Rolling in the Dew, folk song for voice & piano (English Folksongs No. 5)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  119. The truth sent from above, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional English Carols No. 6)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  120. Joseph and Mary, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional Carols from Herefordshire No. 4)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  121. The Saviour's Love, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional Carols from Herefordshire No. 11)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  122. Réveillez-vous, Piccars, folk song for voice & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  123. Chanson de quête, folk song for voice & piano (May Day song)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  124. La Ballade de Jésus Christ, folk song for voice & piano  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  125. She's like the Swallow, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from Newfoundland, Vol. 2/8)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  126. The Morning Dew, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from Newfoundland, Vol. 1/10)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  127. The Maiden's Lament, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from Newfoundland, Vol. 1/8)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  128. The Cuckoo, folk song for voice & piano (Folksongs from Newfoundland, Vol. 2/11)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  129. The Lawyer, folk song for voice & violin (English Folksongs for voice & violin No. 2)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  130. Searching for Lambs, folk song for voice & violin (English Folksongs for voice & violin No. 1)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  131. The Unquiet Grave ("How Cold the Wind Doth Blow"), folk song for female chorus  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Hugh Bean  - Philip Ledger  - Robert Tear
  132. A Song of Thanksgiving for soprano, speaker, chorus & orchestra  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Harry Gabb  -  Luton Choral Society  -  Luton Girls' Choir  - Betty Dolemore  - Robert Speaight
  133. Epithalamion, cantata for baritone, chorus & string orchestra (based on "The Bridal Day")  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - David Willcocks  -  Bach Choir  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - David Nolan  - Howard Shelley  - Jonathan Snowden  - Edmund Spenser  - Stephen Roberts  - Douglas Janes
  134. Riders to the Sea, opera  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Norma Burrowes  - Meredith Davies  - Valerie Hill  - Gloria Jennings  - Benjamin Luxon  - Margaret Price  - J.M. Synge  - Helen Watts  - Pauline Stevens  -  Orchestra Nova of London
  135. Hugh the Drover, or Love in the Stocks, opera  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Sheila Armstrong  - Oliver Broome  - Sally Burgess  - John Fryatt  - Leslie Fyson  - Neil Jenkins  - David Johnston  - Robert Lloyd  - Shirley Minty  - Henry Newman  - David Read  - Linda Richardson  - Michael Rippon  - Terence Sharpe  - Robert Tear  - Helen Watts  - Bruce Ogsten  - Harold Child  - Steve Davies
  136. Sir John in Love, opera  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Richard van Allan  - John Alldis  - Elizabeth Bainbridge  - Meredith Davies  - Bernard Dickerson  - Wendy Eathorne  - Gerald English  - Brian Etheridge  - Raimund Herincx  - Terry Jenkins  -  John Alldis Choir  - David Johnston  - Robert Lloyd  -  New Philharmonia Orchestra  - John Noble  - Felicity Palmer  - Lawrence Richard  - Robert Tear  - Stephen Varcoe  - Helen Watts  - John Winfield  - Mark Rowlinson  - Rowland Jones  - Colin Wheatley
  137. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Richard Angas  - Sheila Armstrong  - Adrian Boult  - Norma Burrowes  - John Carol Case  - Bernard Dickerson  - Wendy Eathorne  - John Elwes  - Gerald English  - Wynford Evans  - Marie Hayward  - Raimund Herincx  - Alfreda Hodgson  - Gloria Jennings  - Gloria Jennings  - Christopher Keyte  - Robert Lloyd  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - John Noble  - Ian Partridge  - Doreen Price  - Terence Sharpe  - Terence Sharpe  - Geoffrey Shaw  - John Shirley-Quirk  - Jean Temperley  - Delia Wallis  - Joseph Ward  - Kenneth Woolman  - Rodney Friend
  138. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera: [Rehearsal Excerpt]. Act 3. Scene 1. (Vanity Fair)  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Rodney Friend
  139. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera: [Rehearsal Excerpt]. Act 1. Nocturne  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Rodney Friend
  140. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera: [Rehearsal Excerpt]. Act 4. Scene 1. (Mister By-En  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Rodney Friend
  141. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera: [Rehearsal Excerpt]. Act 4. Scene 2. (The Shepherd  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  - Robert Lloyd  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Rodney Friend
  142. The Pilgrim's Progress, opera: [Rehearsal Excerpt]. Act 2. Scene 1. (The Arming o  - Ralph Vaughan Williams  - Adrian Boult  -  London Philharmonic Chorus  -  London Philharmonic Orchestra  - Rodney Friend

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