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Berners: The Triumph of Neptune
8.555222 (Naxos, CD)
REISSUE (13 August 2021)
Playing time: 69'27"
Booklet pages: 8
℗ 1998 Naxos Rights (US) Inc
© 2021 Naxos Rights (US) Inc
Main country of recording: United Kingdom
Country of manufacture: Germany
Reviewer: Gerald Fenech
Review of Berners: The Triumph of Neptune published on 13 September 2021
Clive Bayley, bass (track 12)
English Northern Philharmonia (tracks 1-26)
Royal Ballet Sinfonia (tracks 27-30)
David Lloyd-Jones, conductor
Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson (Lord Berners, 1883–1950):
1-19 The Triumph of Neptune (complete ballet, 1926)
20-26 L’uomo dai baffi (The Man with the Moustache, 1918)
Berners, orchestrated by Philip Lane:
27-29 Valses bourgeoises (1919)
30 Polka (1941)
Recorded 15-16 July 1996 at Leeds Town Hall, Leeds, UK (tracks 1-26) and 1 November 1996 at Whitfield Street Studios, London, UK (tracks 27-30).
Previously released on Marco Polo 8.223711