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A Song Of The High Hills

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Frederick Delius (1862-1934)

A Song of the High Hills
BBC Singers
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra
conducted by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
 
Appalachia (variations on an old slave song)
John Noble, baritone
BBC Chorus and Choral Society
London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra conducted by Sir Charles Groves
 
Summer Night On The River
BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir John Pritchard

A Song of the High Hills [click for larger image]
BBC Radio Classics 15656 91332.

a concert review by Marion M Scott
first published in the
The Christian Science Monitor,
Boston, USA, on
Monday, April 19, 1920
 

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