Cecil Aronowitz

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Holst : Vocal and Instrumental Music

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Gustav Holst : 4 Songs for Voice and Violin, op. 35
Peter Pears (Speaker)
Norbert Brainin (Violin)

Gustav Holst : This have I done for my true love for Unaccompanied Voices, op. 34
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Old English carols - Jesu, thou the virgin born for Unaccompanied Voices, op. 20b
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Two Carols - A Welcome Song & Terly, terlow for Sopranos and Altos, Oboe and Viola
Peter Graeme (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola)
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Terzetto for Flute, Oboe and Viola
Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola)

Gustav Holst : Six Canons for Equal Voices
Viola Tunnard (Piano)
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : The Evening-Watch for eight-part Unaccompanied Choir, op. 43
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Mozart : Piano Concerto n27, Exsultate jubilate, Piano Quartet

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto for Piano and Orchestra n27 in B-flat Major, K. 595
Sviatoslav Richter (Piano)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1965/06/16, Aldeburgh Festival - Blythburgh Church, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Exsultate, jubilate, K. 165/158a
Elly Ameling (Soprano)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1969/06/22, Aldeburgh Festival - Blythburgh Church, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quartet for Piano and Strings n1 in G Minor, K. 478
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Searle : Symphony n1; Seiber : Elegy, Three Fragments from "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man"

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Humphrey Searle : Symphony n1, op. 23
London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult

Matyas Seiber : Elegy for Viola and Small Orchestra
Cecil Aronowitz (Viola)
London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Matyas Seiber

Matyas Seiber : Three Fragments from "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", A Chamber Cantata for Speaker, Chorus and Eight Instruments
Peter Pears (Speaker)
Dorian Singers / Melos Ensemble London conducted by Matyas Seiber

Mozart : Symphonies n25, 29, 38 & 40, Serenata notturna

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Symphony n25 in G Minor, K. 183
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/09/29 & 1971/09/30 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Serenade n6 in D Major, K. 239 "Serenata notturna"
Emanuel Hurwitz (Violin); Raymond Keenleyside (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/05/29 to 1968/05/31 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Symphony n29 in A Major, K. 201
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/02/28 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Symphony n40 in G Minor, K. 550
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/05/29 to 1968/05/31 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Symphony n38 in D Major, K. 504 "Prague"
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1970/07/30 & 1971/09/28 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Britten : Curlew River

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Benjamin Britten : Curlew River, a parable for church performance, op. 71
Peter Pears (Tenor); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); Harold Blackburn; Bryan Drake (Baritone); Bruce Webb; Edmund Bohan; Edgar Boniface; Patrick Healy; Michael Kehoe; Peter Leeming; William McKinney; David Reed; Gerald Stern; Robert Tasman
Richard Adeney (Flute); Neil Sanders (Horn); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Stuart Knussen (Double-Bass); Osian Ellis (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Philip Ledger (Organ)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1965/06/08 to 1965/06/12 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

English Music for Strings

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Henry Purcell : Chacony for Srtings, ed. Britten in G Minor, Z. 730
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/12/18 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Edward Elgar : Introduction and allegro, or String Quartet and String Orchestra, op. 47
Emanuel Hurwitz (Violin); Jose Luis Garcia (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Bernard Richards (Cello)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/12/18 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Simple Symphony for Strings, op. 4
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/05/29 to 1968/05/31 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Frederick Delius : Two aquarelles, orch. Fenby
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/05/31, 1968/12/18 & 1968/12/19 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Franck Bridge : Sir Roger de Coverley for Strings
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/12/18 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Prelude and Fugue for 18 Strings, op. 29
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/09/30 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Britten : The turn of the screw

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Benjamin Britten : The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Tenor); Jennifer Vyvyan (Soprano); David Hemmings (Soprano); Olive Dyer (Soprano); Joan Cross (Soprano); Arda Mandikian (Mezzo-Sopano)
Olive Zorian (Violin); Suzanne Rosza (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Terence Weil (Cello); Francis Baines (Double-Bass); John Francis (Flute); Joy Boughton (Oboe); Stephen Waters (Clarinet); Vernon Elliott (Bassoon); Charles Gregory (Horn); Enid Simon (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Martin Isepp (Piano)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1955/01/03 ro 1955/01/07 - Decca Studios, London, England

Britten : The Prodigal Son

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Benjamin Britten : The Prodigal son, op. 81
Peter Pears (Tenor); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); Bryan Drake (Baritone); Robert Tear (Tenor); Paschal Allen; Carl Duggan; David Hartley; Phillip Hooper; Peter Leeming; Clive Molloy; Paul Wade; Gerald Beauchamp; Michael Butler; Jonathan Fox; Richard Hopkins; David Rookwood
Richard Adeney (Flute); Philip Jones (Trumpet); Neil Sanders (Horn); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Keith Marjoram (Double-Bass); Osian Ellis (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Philip Ledger (Organ)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1969/05/21 & 1969/05/22 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

Britten : Noye's fludde

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Benjamin Britten : Noye's fludde, op. 46
Owen Brannigan (Bass); Sheila Rex; Trevor Anthony (Bass); David Pinto; Darien Angadi; Stephen Alexander; Caroline Clarck; Marie-Thrse Pinto; Eileen O'Donovan; Patricia Garrod; Margaret Hawes; Kathleen Petch; Gillian Saunders
Emanuel Hurwitz (Violin); Ivor McMahon (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Terence Weil (Cello); Stuart Knussen (Double-Bass); Stanley Taylor (Recorder); James Blades (Percussion); Ralph Downes (Organ); Viola Tunnard (Piano); Martin Penny (Piano)
Children / Ensemble conducted by Norman Del Mar
1961/07/05 & 1961/07/08 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : The Golden vanity, a vaudeville for boys and piano, op. 78
Mark Emney; John Wojciechowski; Barnaby Jago; Adrian Thompson (Tenor); Terry Lovell
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir (chorus master Russel Burgess)
1969/10/11 - St. John's, Smith Square, London, England

Britten : The Burning fiery furnace

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Benjamin Britten : The Burning fiery furnace, a parable for church performance
Peter Pears (Tenor); Bryan Drake (Baritone); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); Robert Tear (Tenor); Stafford Dean; Peter Leeming; Graham Allum; Peter Bedford; Carl Duggan; David Hartley; John McKenzie; Clive Molloy; Malcolm Rivers; Robert Alder; Paull Boucher; James Newby (Treble); Stephen Price; Christopher Taylor
Richard Adeney (Flute); Neil Sanders (Horn); Roger Brenner (Alto Trombone); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Keith Marjoram (Double-Bass); Osian Ellis (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Philip Ledger (Organ)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/05/23 to 1967/05/27 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

Britten : Albert Herring

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Benjamin Britten : Albert Herring, Opera in 3 acts, op. 39
Sylvia Fisher; Johanna Peters; John Noble; Owen Brannigan (Bass); Edgar Evans; April Cantelo (Soprano); Joseph Ward; Catherine Wilson; Sheila Rex; Peter Pears (Tenor); Sheila Amit; Anne Pashley; Stephen Terry
Emanuel Hurwitz (Violin); Ivor McMahon (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Keith Harvey (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Neil Sanders (Horn); James Blades (Percussion); Osian Ellis (Harp)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1964/04/03 to 1964/04/09 - Jubilee Hall, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Bach : St. John Passion

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Johann Sebastian Bach : Saint John Passion, BWV 245
Peter Pears (Tenor); Gwynne Howell (Bass); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); Heather Harper (Soprano); Alfreda Hodgson (Contralto); Robert Tear (Tenor); Russell Burgess (Bass); Jenny Hill (Soprano); John Tobin (Tenor); Adrian Thompson (Tenor)
Richard Adeney (Flute); Norman Knight (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); James Brown (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Quintin Ballardie (Viola); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Adam Skeaping (Viola da gamba); Robert Spencer (Lute); Philip Ledger (Harpsichord); Timothy Farrell (Organ); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir (chorus master Russel Burgess) / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/05/02, 1971/05/03, 1971/05/05, 1971/05/07 & 1971/05/08 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Legendary British Performers

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Franck Bridge : Go not happy day
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1964/05/07 - BBC Centre, London, England

Trad. : The Salley gardens (Irish tune), arr. Britten
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1964/05/07 - BBC Centre, London, England

Trad. : The shooting of his dear
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1964/05/07 - BBC Centre, London, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quartet - Andante for Piano and Strings n1 in G Minor, K. 478
Emanuel Hurwitz (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Terence Weil (Cello); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1964/05/07 - BBC Centre, London, England

Trad. : The plough boy (tune by W. Shield), arr. Britten
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1964/05/07 - BBC Centre, London, England

A Concert of chamber music

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls Schpfer ehrt, K. 619
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello in F Major, K. 370
Neil Black (Oboe); Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Who are these children?, Lyrics, Rhymes and Riddles by William Soutar for Tenor and Piano, op. 84
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quartet for Piano and Strings n1 in G Minor, K. 478
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Britten : The Burning fiery furnace

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Benjamin Britten : The Burning fiery furnace, a parable for church performance
Peter Pears (Tenor); Bryan Drake (Baritone); Benjamin Luxon (Baritone); Paschal Allen; Robert Tear (Tenor); Peter Leeming; Peter Bedford; Carl Duggan; David Hartley; John McKenzie; Clive Molloy; Paul Wade; Phillip Hooper; Robert Alder; John Harriman; Peter Heriot; Richard Kahn; David Morgan
Norman Knight (Flute); Neil Sanders (Horn); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Keith Marjoram (Double-Bass); Roger Brenner (Alto Trombone); Brian Wilson (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Allan Brown (Organ)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1968/07/15 to 1968/07/19 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

Britten : The Turn of the screw

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Benjamin Britten : The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Tenor); Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Richard Cooper; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); David Corkhill (Percussion); Osian Ellis (Harp); Steuart Bedford (Piano); Steuart Bedford (Celeste)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/06/15 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Britten : The Turn of the Screw

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Benjamin Britten : The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Tenor); Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Corin Manley; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); David Corkhill (Percussion); Osian Ellis (Harp); Steuart Bedford (Piano)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/08/03 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Britten : The Turn of the Screw

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Benjamin Britten : The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Speaker)
Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Richard Cooper; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland; Peter Bedford
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); Osian Ellis (Harp)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/08/05 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Chamber music

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quintet for Horn and Strings in E-Flat Major, K. 407
Ian Harper (Horn); Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Quintin Ballardie (Viola); Derek Simpson (Cello)
1972/04/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : The Holy Sonnets of John Donne for Soprano/Tenor and Piano, op. 35
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/04/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Quartet for Piano and Strings in E-Flat Major, op. 47
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Derek Simpson (Cello); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/04/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Rectial

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Quartet for Flute and Strings in D Major, K. 285
Richard Adeney (Flute); Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Keith Harvey (Cello)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Caro bell' idol moi, K. 562
Heather Harper (Soprano); Felicity Palmer (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Sie ist dahin, K. 382/a
Heather Harper (Soprano); Felicity Palmer (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Spanische Liebeslieder - Erste Begegnung, op. 74/1
Heather Harper (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Spanische Liebeslieder - Botschaft, op. 74/8
Heather Harper (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Spanische Liebeslieder - In der Nacht, op. 74/4
Heather Harper (Soprano); Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Spanische Liebeslieder - Bedeckt mich mit Blumen, op. 138/4
Heather Harper (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Robert Schumann : Sommerruh
Heather Harper (Soprano); Meriel Dickinson (Contralto)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Suite for Harp, op. 83
Osian Ellis (Harp)
1972/06/12 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Franz Schubert : Der Hilt auf dem Felsen, D 965
Heather Harper (Soprano)
Thea King (Clarinet); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/06/08, Aldeburgh Festival - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Saint John Passion

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Johann Sebastian Bach : Saint John Passion, BWV 245
Peter Pears (Tenor); Gwynne Howell (Bass); Jenny Hill (Soprano); Alfreda Hodgson (Contralto); Philip Langridge (Tenor); Thomas Hemsley (Baritone)
William Bennett (Flute); Norman Knight (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); James Brown (Oboe); James Brown (English Horn); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Quintin Ballardie (Viola); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Bernard Richards (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Timothy Farrell (Organ); Philip Ledger (Harpsichord)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/03/31 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England