ComposerGeorge Dyson
ArtistBournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Vernon Handley/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Neil Mackie
Instrumentsviola, tenor, symphony orchestra and full chorus
LabelSOMM (SOMM CD234)
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Picture of CD of orchestral/choral music by Sir George Dyson, with Neil Mackie (tenor) and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vernon Handley.
Two very important orchestral/choral works by Sir George Dyson. Interest in Dyson's music is gradually stirring to life after decades of neglect. St Paul's Voyage to Melita and Agincourt both show Dyson's love of words and voices. St Paul's Voyage is a choral work in one movement with a part for solo tenor linking various sections of the narrative. Agincourt, a piece in six sections divided by short orchestral links, takes words from Shakespeare's Henry V. Nocturne is written for solo tenor, solo viola, strings, harp and organ, and uses the words of the poet Robert Herrick.

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Tracks on this CD

George Dyson St Paul's Voyage to Melita
1.St Paul's Voyage to Melita
George Dyson Nocturne
George Dyson Agincourt

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