Posts tagged as "eastman-wind-ensemble"

Linconshire Posy – Works for Wind Ensemble

April 28, 2016

Frederick Fennell and the Eastman Wind Ensemble were one of the pioneering ensembles, inextricably associated with Mercury Living Presence and boasting some of the finest wind players in the United States. This rare recording which includes the much-requested ‘Lincolnshire Posy’, features seminal 20th-century music for this ensemble, not easily found elsewhere.

Holst: The Planets; Egdon Heath; The Perfect Fool; St. Paul’s Suite; Fugal Concerto

April 20, 2016

A collection of prized Decca recordings of the music of Holst, including a rare – and controversial! – recording by film score supremo Bernard Herrmann, released internationally for the first time on CD. Also included are two orchestral works (The Perfect Fool and Egdon Heath) conducted by Sir Adrian Boult, recorded in 1961 and much […]