Title: Symphony No. 2 / Evocation / Prelude And Allegro For Strings / At The Appointed Time
Country: New Zealand
Style: Modern, Contemporary
Album rating: 4.5
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|Symphony No. 2 In C
Composed By – Douglas LilburnConductor [Conducted By] – Ashley Heenan
|A1||I. Prelude ‒ Moderato|
|A2||II. Scherzo ‒ Allegro Vivace|
|A3||III. Introduction ‒ Poco Lento|
|A4||IV. Finale ‒ Allegro|
Composed By, Conductor [Conducted By] – David Farquhar
|B2||Prelude And Allegro For Strings
Composed By – Anthony Watson Conductor [Conducted By] – Brian PriestmanOther [Written For] – Alex Lindsay String Orchestra, The
|B3||At The Appointed Time
Commissioned By – N.Z.B.C.*Composed By – John RimmerConductor [Conducted By] – Brian Priestman
|SLD-48||Lilburn* / Farquhar* / Watson* / Rimmer* - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra*||Lilburn* / Farquhar* / Watson* / Rimmer* - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra* - Symphony No. 2 / Evocation / Prelude And Allegro For Strings / At The Appointed Time (LP)||Kiwi||SLD-48||New Zealand||1976|
Symphony No. 2 In C. Composed By – Douglas LilburnConductor – Ashley Heenan. A1. I. Prelude ‒ Moderato. A2. II. Scherzo ‒ Allegro Vivace. Composed By, Conductor – David Farquhar. B2. Prelude And Allegro For Strings. Composed By – Anthony Watson (3)Conductor – Brian PriestmanOther – Alex Lindsay String Orchestra, The. 6:05. B3. At The Appointed Time. Commissioned By – . Composed By – John RimmerConductor – Brian Priestman.
Symphony No. (29:20). I Prelude ‒ Moderato. II Scherzo ‒ Allegro Vivace. III Introduction ‒ Poco Lento. IV Finale ‒ Allegro.
Current music director James Judd assumed the position in 1999, and has since brought the NZSO international exposure through appearances at the 2005 BBC Proms in London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the 2005 World Expo in Aichi, Japan, the 2003 Asia International Performing Arts Festival in Osaka, and the 2000 Summer Sydney Olympic Arts Festival.
He was born in Wanganui, New Zealand, in 1915, and began studying music in 1937 at the Royal College of Music, London, where he was tutored in composition by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Returning to New Zealand in 1940, he was guest conductor in Wellington for three months with the NBS String Orchestra before moving to Christchurch in 1941, where he worked as a freelance composer and teacher until 1947. Between 1946 and 1949, and again in 1951, Lilburn was e at the Cambridge Summer Music Schools.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) is a symphony orchestra based in Wellington, New Zealand. The national orchestra of New Zealand, the NZSO is an autonomous Crown entity owned by the Government of New Zealand, per the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Act 2004. It is currently based in the Michael Fowler Centre and frequently performs also in the adjacent Wellington Town Hall. It also performs in Auckland and Christchurch.
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