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My Heart Was So Free - John Gay, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Pro Arte Orchestra* - The Beggars Opera (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Kam
    Jul 20,  · ‘Malcolm Sargent’s th Prom’ takes place at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 24 July 08Hear it live on BBC Radio 3 and for 30 days thereafter on the BBC iPlayer. See it on BBC4.
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  2. Maujora
    London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham, John Barbirolli, Sir Malcolm Sargent Release Date: 22nd Sep Catalogue No:
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  3. Yoramar
    Earl Wild, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in B-flat major, op. I. Allegro con brio: Dame Myra Hess, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in B-flat major, op. II. Adagio: Dame Myra Hess, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir.
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  4. Durr
    Sir Harold Malcolm Watts Sargent was an English conductor, organist and composer widely regarded as Britain's leading conductor of choral works. The musical.
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  5. Samurisar
    D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, Chorus and New Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Isidore Godfrey, Sir Malcolm Sargent Release .
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  6. Dout
    Sir Malcolm Sargent (born Ashford, Kent, 29 April ; died London 3 October ) was an English conductor, organist and robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo was an extremely famous and popular conductor who had a lot of influence on music in England during his life. He conducted many choirs, both amateur and professional, as well as robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo was the main conductor of the Henry .
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  7. Kaziramar
    By rights, this version of John Gay's much-adapted 'ballad opera' should sound antiquated beyond redemption: the musical version used is Frederick Austin's well-worn, prettified (& verbally expurgated) arrangement, subjected to the indignity of being blown up from chamber ensemble to full orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargeant's tempi are impossibly /5(6).
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  8. Mogore
    Sir Malcolm Sargent, English conductor who, as Britain’s self-styled “ambassador of music,” toured throughout the world. Sargent earned his diploma from the Royal College of Organists at 16 and in his early 20s became England’s youngest doctor of music. His debut came in , when he conducted his.
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