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William Lloyd Webber, London College Of Music Choir & Orchestra - Meeting Place (A Christmas Cantata) download album

  • Performer: William Lloyd Webber
  • Title: Meeting Place (A Christmas Cantata)
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: FLAC AU VOC AHX DXD WMA MP3
  • Released: 1980
  • Style: Modern
  • MP3 album: 1310 mb
  • FLAC album: 1665 mb
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William Lloyd Webber, London College Of Music Choir & Orchestra - Meeting Place (A Christmas Cantata) download album

Issued with 1-sided insert containing "Meeting Place" words. Vinyl made in Germany. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout): LCM-1-A1 Manufactured In Germany. Matrix, Runout (Side B Runout): LCM-1-B1 Manufactured In Germany.

Choir of the London College of Music, Ealing, West London. Variations: Viewing All London College Of Music Choir. London College Of Music Chorale. William Lloyd Webber, London College Of Music Choir & Orchestra - Meeting Place (A Christmas Cantata) ‎(LP). London College Of Music, London College Of Music.

William Southcombe Lloyd Webber CBE (11 March 1914 – 29 October 1982) was an English organist and composer, achieving some fame as a part of the modern classical music movement yet commercially facing mixed opportunities. Besides his long and prestigious career, composing works ranging from choral pieces to instrumental items and more, he is known for being the father of both fellow composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and virtuoso cellist Julian Lloyd Webber. Besides his long and prestigious career, composing works ranging from choral pieces to instrumental items and more, he's known for being the father of both fellow composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and virtuoso cellist Julian Lloyd Webber. Personal life and character. Lloyd Webber was by nature a shy and withdrawn character. He had an avowed dislike of self-promotion and found the 'cut and thrust' approach apparently necessary for the furtherance of a composer's career to be complete anathema. He also had no time for the trappings of verbosity, and was a man averse to wasting words or, in his music, notes.

Besides his long and prestigious career, composing works ranging from choral pieces to instrumental items and more, he is known for being the father of both fellow composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and virtuoso cellist Julian Lloyd Webber. Webber was by nature a shy and withdrawn character.

William Lloyd Webber's music has recently enjoyed a resurgence and is heard increasingly in both live and recorded performances. When 'Aurora' was recorded for Philips in 1986 by Lorin Maazel and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Edward Greenfield of The Guardian called it "skillfully and sumptuously scored. music as sensuous as any you will find from a British composer". A 'William Lloyd Webber Festival' took place in the spring and summer of 2007 in London. a Christmas Cantata for Soloists, Chorus and Organ "Songs of Spring", Cantata for Female Chorus and Piano "O Lord, Spread Thy Wings O'er Me", Anthem for Soprano (or Treble Voice), Chorus and Accompaniment "Spirit of God", Anthem for Chorus and Organ "Dominus Firmamentum Meum", Anthem for Chorus and Organ "Lo!

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Meeting Place
Baritone Vocals [Solo] – Philip WisdomConductor – John Chapman Leader [Orchestra] – Peter ThornleyOrchestra – London College Of Music OrchestraOrchestrated By – Martyn Williams Words By – Rev. Bryn Rees*
A1 Part I: The Gift
A2 Part II: The Sorrow Of The Refusal Of The Gift
A3 Part III: The Joy Of Acceptance Of The Gift
Two Anthems
Choir – London College Of Music Chorale*Conductor – John Chapman
B1 All Thy Works Praise Thee
Organ – Nigel Groome
B2 The Lord Is My Shepherd
Organ – Jonathan Melling
Suite For Trumpet And Pianoforte In F Major
Fortepiano – Paul McKenna Trumpet – Stephen Tarry
B3a 1st Movement: Andante Comodo
B3b 2nd Movement: Allegro Vigoroso
B3c 3rd Movement: Larghetto E Mesto
B3d 4th Movement: Allegro Vivace
B4 Air And Variations For Clarinet And Pianoforte
Clarinet – Stephen Pierce Fortepiano – Thomas Jackman

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – London College Of Music
  • Copyright (c) – London College Of Music
  • Published By – Novello

Credits

  • Composed By, Liner Notes – William Lloyd Webber
  • Engineer – Tony Faulkner
  • Photography By – Stephen Pierce

Notes

Issued with 1-sided insert containing "Meeting Place" words

Vinyl made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): LCM-1-A1 Manufactured In Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): LCM-1-B1 Manufactured In Germany


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