Discography of deleted recordings

Shortcuts: • British Music Society Environs • Classical Elegance • EMI Classics • Forlane • privately issued • Sain Records • unknown label


British Music Society Environs

Havergal Brian 13 Part Songs
British Music Society Environs BMS ENV 016
BMS ENV 016
(MC)
Stars of a summer night Longfellow (1905†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Come o’er the sea Moore (1906†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

In a fairy boat Weller (1906†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Lullaby of an infant chief Scott (1906†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Tell me, thou soul of her I love Thomson (1906†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Fairies’ song Cumberland (1908†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Daybreak Longfellow (1910†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Tell me, where is fancy bred Shakespeare (?1910s/20s)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Grace for a child Herrick (1914†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Fear no more the heat of the sun Shakespeare (1919†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Fair pledges of a fruitful tree Herrick (1919†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Full fathom five Shakespeare (1921†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Introit Amen (1924†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Recorded: 1975
Engineer: Christopher Rice
In association with the Havergal Brian Society

Although this recording is not routinely available, it can still be purchased on CD-R through the BMS.
In association with Whitetower Records, Milton Keynes
Copyright: 1991
previously on Altarus LP AIR2 9007

Classical Elegance

Music for Violin and Piano
Classical Elegance LSC 124
LSC 124
(LP)
Legend (?1919†)

Edmund Reid (violin), Gretta Barrow (piano)

Recorded: 1984
with works by Saint-Saëns, Brahms and Beethoven
Introduction – David Hackbridge Johnson
Review of Reid/Barrow recording of _Legend_ – Martin Anderson

EMI Classics

Havergal Brian: Symphonies Nos. 7–9 and 31
EMI Classics 7243 5 75782 2 6
7243 5 75782 2 6
(2 discs)
0724357578226
(CD)
The tinker’s wedding (1948†)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Charles Mackerras

Symphony 7 (1948†)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Charles Mackerras

Symphony 8 (1949†)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Charles Groves

Symphony 9 (1951†)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Charles Groves

Symphony 31 (1968†)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Charles Mackerras

Recorded: July 1977, May 1987, May 1987   Released: November 2002
Location: Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, Abbey Road, London
Newstone and Mackerras interpretations compared – David Jenkins
Once upon a time – David Jenkins
Thoughts on ASD3486 – Ted Heaton

Forlane

Masters of the English musical renaissance
Forlane UCD 16724/25
UCD 16724/25
(2 discs)
3399242167242
(CD)
Symphonic variations »on Has anybody here seen Kelly?« (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Wild horsemen (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Green pastures (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Gargoyles (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Lacryma (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Shadow dance (1921-22†)

Luxembourg Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager

Recorded: July 1981   Released: June 1994
Location: Concert Hall, Villa Louvigny, Luxembourg
With works by Hubert Parry and John Foulds

Previously released on LP as UM3529-31 (3 LPs).

privately issued

George Heriot’s First School Orchestra
privately issued TD 7222
TD 7222
(LP)
English suite 4 »Kindergarten« (?1924†)
(first performance)

George Heriot’s School First Orchestra, conductor Martin Rutherford

Recorded: July 1977
Location: George Heriot’s School, Edinburgh
Introduction – Malcolm MacDonald

Sain Records


Sain Records TRF 239
TRF 239
(LP)
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Shakespeare (1903†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Blow, blow thou winter wind Shakespeare (1925†)

Stoke-on-Trent Bedford Singers, conductor May Walley

Recorded: 1982
plus works by Nielsen et al

unknown label


Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Shakespeare (1903†)

London Chorale, conductor Roy Wales

Recorded: March 1977
Location: Westminster Cathedral