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  • SKU: ALBCD015
  • Format: CD
  • UPC: 5060158190157
  • Street Date: 09/03/12
  • PreBook Date: 07/30/12
  • Label: Albion Records »
  • Genre: Classical
  • Run Time: 40 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2012
  • Box Lot: 25
  • Territory: US,CA


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Iain Burnside - The Sons Of The Morning

Iain Burnside plays the piano reduction of Vaughan Williams's 'Job - A Masque for Dancing', with couplings by Vaughan Williams and Gurney

Iain Burnside - The Sons Of The Morning
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The piano reduction of Vaughan Williams's 'Job' was made by Vally Lasker in 1930 to support rehearsals. Iain Burnside also plays 'The Lake in the Mountains', 'Hymn tune prelude on Song 13 by Orlando Gibbons', and Ivor Gurney's Five Preludes for piano. Albion Records presents the world-premiere recording of Job - a Masque for Dancing in an arrangement for solo piano by Vally Lasker. This arrangement was made in the summer of 1930 to support rehearsals by dancers of the Camargo Society who were staging the work in 1931. Lasker was an excellent pianist who had shown her prowess as an arranger when she undertook Vaughan Williams's a London Symphony in 1920. It is an imaginative and skillful transcription that brings fresh insights into one of the composer's greatest works. Also included are Vaughan Williams's the Lake in the Mountains, as well as the Hymn Tune Prelude on 'Song 13' by Orlando Gibbons together with six beautiful Preludes by Ivor Gurney. Award-winning pianist Iain Burnside makes his first full solo recording with this disc of rare repertoire.

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'his flair for conjuring orchestra-like colours from the keyboard is of the very highest standard of play.'

     —Malcolm Hayes, BBC Music Magazine


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