Barry Tuckwell

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Britten : Serenade, Les Illumination, Nocturne

CD (1) DECCA - LONDON - 436 395-2 LM


Benjamin Britten : Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, op. 31
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1963/05/23 & 1963/05/24 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Les Illuminations for Tenor and Strings, op. 18
Peter Pears (Tenor)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1966/12/19 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Nocturne for Tenor, 7 obligato instruments and Strings, op. 60
Peter Pears (Tenor)
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1959/09/21 & 1959/09/22 - Walthamstow Assembly (Town) Hall, London, England

Britten : Canticles

CD (1) DECCA - LONDON - ADRM - 425 716-2


Benjamin Britten : Canticle I - "My beloved is mine and I am his" for Soprano/Tenor and Piano, op. 40
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1961/04/29 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Canticle II - "Abraham and Isaac" for Alto, Tenor and Piano, op. 51
Peter Pears (Tenor); John Hahessy (Alto)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1961/01/12 & 1961/04/29 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Canticle III - "Still Falls the Rain" for Tenor, Horn and Piano, op. 55
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1961/04/29 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Canticle IV - "The Journey of the Magi" for Countertenor, Tenor, Baritone and Piano, op. 86
Peter Pears (Tenor); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); James Bowman (Countertenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/11/21 & 1972/11/22 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Canticle V - "The Death of Narcissus" for Tenor and Harp, op. 89
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Osian Ellis (Harp)
1976/06/17 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : A Birthday Hansel for High Voice and Harp, op. 92
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Osian Ellis (Harp)
1976/02/18 & 1976/02/19 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Henry Purcell : Songs from Orpheus Britannicus - Sweeter than roses, real. Britten
James Bowman (Countertenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1972/11/28 & 1972/11/29 - Concert Hall, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Haydn : Trumpet, Horn, Cello Concertos

CD (1) DECCA - Serenata - 430 633-2 DM


Franz Joseph Haydn : Concerto for Cello and Orchestra n1 in C Major, Hob. VII/b2
Mstislav Rostropovich (Cello)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1964/07/16 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Franz Joseph Haydn : Concerto for Horn and Orchestra n1 in D Major, Hob. VII:d3
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields conducted by Neville Marriner

Franz Joseph Haydn : Concerto for Horn and Orchestra n2 in D Major, Hob. VII:d4
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields conducted by Neville Marriner

Franz Joseph Haydn : Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra in E-Flat Major, Hob. VII:e1
Alan Stringer (Trumpet)
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields conducted by Neville Marriner

Britten : The Heart of the Matter

CD (2) EMI CLASSICS - British Composers - CZS 5 74346 2


Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 1.Prologue : Fanfare, Where are the seeds of the Universal Fire?, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn); Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 2.The earth of my heart was broken and gaped low, Fanfare, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Peter Pears (Speaker)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 3.In the hour when the sapphire of the bone, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Peter Pears (Speaker)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 4.Song : We are the darkness in the heat of the day, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 5.In such a heat of the earth, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Peter Pears (Speaker)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : Canticle III - "Still Falls the Rain" for Tenor, Horn and Piano, op. 55
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn); Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 7.I see Christ's wounds weep in the Rose on the wall, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Peter Pears (Speaker)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : The Heart of the Matter - 8.Epilogue : Fanfare, So, out of the dark, a sequence of music with words by Edith Sitwell, revised Peter Pears
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn); Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18

Benjamin Britten : Winter Words - Appendix : If it's ever Spring again, Lyrics and Ballads of Thomas Hardy, for High Voice and Piano, op. 52
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Winter Words - Appendix : The Children and Sir Nameless, Lyrics and Ballads of Thomas Hardy, for High Voice and Piano, op. 52
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Three Early Songs - Beware! for Medium Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Three Early Songs - O that I had ne'er been married for Medium Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Three Early Songs - Epitaph : The Clerk for Medium Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Not even summer yet, Song for High Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Two Songs by W.H. Auden - To lie flat on the back for High Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Two Songs by W.H. Auden - Night covers up the rigid land for High Voice and Piano
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : The Oxen for Solo Voice and Piano, arr. Peter Pears "Christmas eve, and twelve of the clock"
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Who are these children? - Appedix : Dawtie's Devotion, Lyrics, Rhymes and Riddles by William Soutar for Tenor and Piano, op. 84
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Who are these children? - Appedix : The Gully, Lyrics, Rhymes and Riddles by William Soutar for Tenor and Piano, op. 84
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Who are these children? - Appedix : Tradition, Lyrics, Rhymes and Riddles by William Soutar for Tenor and Piano, op. 84
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Henry Purcell : Seven Songs from Orpheus Britannicus - I'll sail upon the Dog-star for High or Medium Voice and Piano, real. Britten, Z. 571/6
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Henry Purcell : The Knotting Song for High or Medium Voice and Piano, real. Britten, Z. 371
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Henry Purcell : Six Songs - Man is for the woman made for High or Medium Voice and Piano, real. Britten, Z. 605/3
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Roger Vignoles (Piano)
1986/05/27 and 1986/07/18 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, op. 31
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Benjamin Britten : Now sleeps the crimson petal for Tenor, Horn and Strings
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (French Horn)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Henry Purcell : Suite of Songs from Orpheus Britannicus for High Voice and Orchestra, real. Britten
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Franz Schubert : Die Forelle, orch. Britten, D 550
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Robert Schumann : Liederkreis - Frhlingsnacht, orch. Britten, op. 39/12
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Benjamin Britten : Rossini Suite for Boys' Voices and Chamber Ensemble
Boys of the Choir of Paisley Abbey / Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Trad. : The bonny Earl o' Moray (Scottish tune) for High Voice and Orchestra, arr. Britten
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland

Trad. : Oliver Cromwell (nursery rhyme from Suffolk) for High Voice and Orchestra, arr. Britten
Neil Mackie (Tenor)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Bedford
1988/05/09 and 1988/05/10 - Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scottland