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MAESTRO’S MUSINGS – Jeremy Siepmann talks to the British conductor Andrew Penny


Walton, William

  Henry V (adapted by Christopher Palmer)
1.   I. Prologue 00:08:52
2.   II. Interlude: At the Boar's Head 00:05:01
3.   III. Embarkation 00:03:20
4.   IV. Interlude: Touch her Soft Lips and Part 00:01:29
5.   V(i). Harfleur 00:04:07
6.   V(ii). The Night Watch 00:04:49
7.   VI. Agincourt 00:14:58
8.   VII. Interlude: At the French Court 00:05:17
9.   VIII. Epilogue 00:06:01

Total Playing Time: 00:53:54

Walton, William

Penny, Andrew

RTE Concert Orchestra

Lesser, Anton; Sheen, Michael

Label: Naxos

Genre: Film and TV Music

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.553343

Barcode: 0730099434324

Physical Release: 04/1998

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