VAUGHAN WILLIAMS – The England of Elizabeth, Bucolic Suite etc


The Poisoned Kiss (1927): Overture
Fantasia on Sussex Folk Tunes (1924/25) for cello and orchestra
Bucolic Suite (1900)
In The Fen Country (1904)
Three Portraits from “The England of Elizabeth” (1955)

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Martin Rummel – cello
Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie
Rheinland-Pfalz,  Karl-Heinz Steffens

Around the beginning of the 20th century, Ralph Vaughan Williams, together with his friend Gustav Holst, deliberately began to free his compositional style from “German influences”, moving towards a more British musical style and finding inspirational models in English folk music. Most of the works recorded here are lesser-known pieces by the composer, but each clearly reflects Vaughan Williams’ uniquely personal

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