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Andre Previn Britten: Spring Symphony (1979)
Andre Previn - London Symphony Orchestra\nSheila Armstrong soprano, Dame Janet Baker alto\nRobert Tear tenor\nSt Clement Dames schoolboys choir - Keith Walters\nLondon Symphony Chorus - Richard Hicox\nLondon Symphony Orchestra - Andre Previn
This classical cd contains 16 tracks and runs 61min 9sec.
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  1. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part I, Introduction (Shine out, anon. 16th century) (09:44)
  2. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part I, The Merry Cuckoo (Spenser) (01:59)
  3. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part I, Spring, the sweet Spring (Nashe) (01:58)
  4. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part I, The Driving Boy (Peele, Clare) (02:09)
  5. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part I, The Morning Star ( Milton) (03:17)
  6. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part II, Welcome, Maids of Honour ( Herrick) (02:39)
  7. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part II, Waters Above (Vaughan) (02:32)
  8. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part II, Out of the lawn I lie in bed (Auden) (06:29)
  9. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part III, When will my May come? (Barnfield) (02:24)
  10. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part III, Fair and fair (Peele) (02:21)
  11. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part III, Sound the Flute! (Blake) (01:20)
  12. Andre Previn - Spring Symphony - Part IV, Finale: London, to thee I do present (Beaumont & Fletcher) (07:50)
  13. Andre Previn - Four Sea Interludes op.33a from Peter Grimes - I. Dawn (03:42)
  14. Andre Previn - Four Sea Interludes op.33a from Peter Grimes - II. Sunday Morning (03:47)
  15. Andre Previn - Four Sea Interludes op.33a from Peter Grimes - III. Moonlight (04:24)
  16. Andre Previn - Four Sea Interludes op.33a from Peter Grimes - IV. Storm (04:26)


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