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Malcolm Arnold: British Music Collection CD Track Listing

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Malcolm Arnold British Music Collection (1954)
This classical cd contains 18 tracks and runs 75min 5sec.
Freedb: df119712

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  1. Malcolm Arnold - Guitar Concerto, op. 67 (1990 Wordsworth,Fernandez) - Allegro (06:24)
  2. Malcolm Arnold - Guitar Concerto, op. 67 (1990 Wordsworth,Fernandez) - Lento (11:34)
  3. Malcolm Arnold - Guitar Concerto, op. 67 (1990 Wordsworth,Fernandez) - Conb brio (04:32)
  4. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Andantino (02:44)
  5. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Vivace (01:46)
  6. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Mesto (02:17)
  7. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Allegro risoluto (01:34)
  8. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Allegro non troppo (02:48)
  9. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Con brio (01:32)
  10. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Grazioso (02:18)
  11. Malcolm Arnold - English Dances, op. 27 & op. 33 (1954 Boult) - Giubiloso (02:23)
  12. Malcolm Arnold - Symphony for Brass Instruments, op. 123 (1979 Snell) - Allegro moderato (07:20)
  13. Malcolm Arnold - Symphony for Brass Instruments, op. 123 (1979 Snell) - Allegretto grasiozo (04:27)
  14. Malcolm Arnold - Symphony for Brass Instruments, op. 123 (1979 Snell) - Andante con moto (05:24)
  15. Malcolm Arnold - Symphony for Brass Instruments, op. 123 (1979 Snell) - Allegro con brio (05:52)
  16. Malcolm Arnold - Quintet for Brass, no.1 op. 73 (1970) - Allegro vivace (03:59)
  17. Malcolm Arnold - Quintet for Brass, no.1 op. 73 (1970) - Chaconne (04:49)
  18. Malcolm Arnold - Quintet for Brass, no.1 op. 73 (1970) - Con brio (03:14)


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