Complete your John Wallace, The Wallace Collection, English String Orchestra, William Boughton, Edmund Barham, Leeds Festival Chorus collection. Chorus: Oh How Glorious 'Tis To See The Godlike Hero Crown'd. Birthday Song For Queen Mary: Come Ye Sons Of Art (Overture & Chorus).
Chorus – Leeds Festival Chorus. Chorus Master – Simon Wright (6). Conductor – William Boughton. Orchestra – English String Orchestra. Tenor Vocals – Edmund Barham. Trumpet – John Wallace (4). Notes. Recorded at Leominster Priory 27 - 29 July, 1988.
Artist: Simon Wright, John Wallace, William Boughton, English String Orchestra, Leeds Festival Chorus, Edmond Barham. Album: Rule Britannia, Rule Britannia. Christopher Warren-Green, Giuseppe Matteo Alberti, John Miller, John Wallace, Philharmonia Orchestra - Sinfonia Teatrale à 4 for Four Trumpets and Strings: I. Allegro Assai Trumpet Music from the Italian Baroque, 1985 02:48. Edmond Barham, English String Orchestra, John Wallace, Simon Wright, The Wallace Collection, William Boughton - 'Mr Handel's Water Piece': Suite in D for trumpet, strings and continuo: IV. March I (Bourée) - March II Rule Britannia, 2000 02:19. Artist: Simon Wright John Wallace William Boughton English String Orchestra Leeds Festival Chorus Edmond Barham. Christopher Warren-Green, John Miller, John Wallace, Philharmonia Orchestra - Concerto in C for Two Trumpets and Strings: II. Allegro Trumpet Music from the Italian Baroque, 1985 03:25.
Album: Rule Britannia. 0. 1. 'Rule Britannia' from Alfred. Rule Britannia' from Alfred Lyrics. William Boughton, Edmund Barham, John Wallace, John Miller & English String Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Britannia, rule the waves! Britons never, never, never shall be slaves. The nations not so blest as thee Must, in their turn, to tyrants fall, While thou shalt flourish great and free: The dread and envy of them all. Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rule the waves! Britons never, never, never shall be slaves. Still more majestic shalt thou rise, More dreadful from each foreign stroke, As the loud blast that tears the skies Serves but to root thy native oak. Thee haughty tyrants ne'er shall tame; All their.
John Wallace (trumpet), with Edmund Barham (tenor), English String Orchestra, Leeds Festival Chorus, William Boughton. English String Orchestra, Leeds Festival Chorus, William Boughton. Catalogue No: NI5155. Leeds Festival Chorus, English String Orchestra, The Wallace Collection. John Wallace, Edmund Barham. Handel: Suite in D Major, HWV 341 "Mr. Handel's Water Piece". Leeds Festival Chorus, The Wallace Collection, English String Orchestra.
Alfred: Rule Britannia · Edmund Barham · John Wallace · John Miller · George Frideric Handel · English String Orchestra · The Wallace Collection · Leeds Festival Chorus · William Boughton. 1989 Nimbus Records Limited. Released on: 1989-01-01. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Simon Wright Choir Conductor, English String Orchestra Orchestra, Leeds Festival Chorus Chorus/Choir, Edmund Barham Tenor, John Wallace Trumpet, William Boughton Conductor. 8. Europe's Revels for the Peace, opera. Jeremiah Clarke Composer. The Prince of Denmark's March (Trumpet Voluntary in D) for brass, winds, and percussion Work.
The Leeds Festival Chorus is based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It has 160 singing members in soprano, alto, tenor and bass sections. Presenting classical choral music of a professional standard in Yorkshire and elsewhere, including at the BBC Proms and abroad - for example in Venice. The Chorus is broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3. The Chorus works with several orchestras, including the Hallé Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, the Royal Northern Sinfonia, St. John's Smith Square, the Orchestra of Opera North and the English Chamber Orchestra. John Wallace, The Wallace Collection, Michael Bochmann, Jeremiah Clarke, Edward Barham, Leeds Festival Chorus, English String Orchestra & William Boughton. Suite in D major, 'Suite de Clairque' (Serenade; Ecossaise). 29/img/track fallback.