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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Acknowledged as one of the UK’s most prestigious orchestras, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) enjoys an international reputation for bringing audiences worldwide first-class performances and the highest possible standards of music-making across a diverse range of musical repertoire. This was the vision of the Orchestra’s flamboyant founder Sir Thomas Beecham, whose legacy is maintained today.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is London-based and performs a prestigious series of concerts each year at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. The Orchestra regularly performs in the magnificent Royal Albert Hall, presenting works of great magnitude in a varied series of concerts, ranging from large-scale choral and orchestral works to themed evenings of contemporary popular repertoire.

Albums
'Bantock: Hebridean & Celtic Symphonies' (CDA66450)
Bantock: Hebridean & Celtic Symphonies
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'Bantock: Orchestral Music' (CDS44281/6)
Bantock: Orchestral Music
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'Bantock: Pagan Symphony' (CDA66630)
Bantock: Pagan Symphony
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'Bantock: Sappho & Sapphic Poem' (CDA66899)
Bantock: Sappho & Sapphic Poem
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'Bantock: Thalaba the Destroyer & other orchestral works' (CDA67250)
Bantock: Thalaba the Destroyer & other orchestral works
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'Bantock: The Cyprian Goddess & other orchestral works' (CDA66810)
Bantock: The Cyprian Goddess & other orchestral works
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'Bantock: The Song of Songs' (CDA67395)
Bantock: The Song of Songs
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'Boughton: Symphony No 3 & Oboe Concerto No 1' (CDH55019)
Boughton: Symphony No 3 & Oboe Concerto No 1
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'Dyson: Hierusalem & other choral works' (CDH55046)
Dyson: Hierusalem & other choral works
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'Holst: Choral Symphony & Choral Fantasia' (CDH55104)
Holst: Choral Symphony & Choral Fantasia
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'Janáček: Capriccio; Stravinsky: Piano Concerto' (CDA66167)
Janáček: Capriccio; Stravinsky: Piano Concerto
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'Parry: Job' (CDA67025)
Parry: Job
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'Simpson: Symphonies Nos 1 & 8' (CDA66890)
Simpson: Symphonies Nos 1 & 8
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'Simpson: Symphonies Nos 3 & 5' (CDA66728)
Simpson: Symphonies Nos 3 & 5
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'Simpson: The Complete Symphonies' (CDS44191/7)
Simpson: The Complete Symphonies
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'Stravinsky: Piano Concerto; Janáček: Capriccio' (CDA66167)
Stravinsky: Piano Concerto; Janáček: Capriccio
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A Celtic Symphony (Bantock)
A Choral Fantasia, H177 Op 51 (Holst)
A Hebridean Symphony (Bantock)
A lady-witch there lived on Atlas mountain  Letter A of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
And every nymph of stream and spreading tree  Letter D of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
And it was so, that the Lord turned the captivity of Job (Narrator)  Scene 4 No 7 of Job (Parry)
And old Silenus, shaking a green stick  Letter C of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
And the Lord said to Satan (Narrator/Chorus/Satan)  Scene 1 No 2 of Job (Parry)
And then she called out of the hollow turrets  Letter G of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
And there came a messenger to Job, and said (Narrator/Shepherd Boy/Job/Satan/Chorus)  Scene 2 No 3 of Job (Parry)
Bacchus, young Bacchus! good or ill betide  First line to Song and Bacchanal. Chorus, Part 2f of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Beneath my palm tree, by the river side  First line to Song and Bacchanal, Part 2a of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Bridal Song  Fragment 8 of Sappho (Bantock)
But now my soul is poured out upon me (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 7 of Job (Parry)
But put forth Thine hand now (Satan/Narrator/Chorus)  Scene 1 No 3 of Job (Parry)
But when Thou joinest with the Nine  First line to Finale. Chorus, Part 5f of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Camel Caravan  Extract of Omar Khayyám (Bantock)
Capriccio for piano left hand and wind instruments (Janáček)
Caristiona (Bantock)
Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Christus (Bantock)
Come, O Sabean horde! Come, and destroy! (Satan/Chorus)  Scene 2 No 2 of Job (Parry)
Concerto for oboe and strings No 1 in C (Boughton)
Concerto for piano and wind instruments (Stravinsky)
Cuchullan's Lament  No 1 of Two Heroic Ballads (Bantock)
Dante and Beatrice (Bantock)
Daugher of Zeus  First line to Hymn to Aphrodite, Fragment 1 of Sappho (Bantock)
Death of Oneiza: Appassionato con dolore  Movement 7 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Evening Song  Fragment 3 of Sappho (Bantock)
Evening, thou bringest all that bright morning scattered  First line to Evening Song, Fragment 3 of Sappho (Bantock)
Ever let the fancy roam  First line to Scherzo. Fancy Chorus, Part 4a of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Evil lost for ever  Movement 11 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Fifine at the fair (Bantock)
For I know that Thou shalt bring me unto death (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 8 of Job (Parry)
For she was beautiful  Letter E of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
God of the golden bow  First line to Finale. Chorus, Part 5b of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days? (Chorus)  Scene 4 No 3 of Job (Parry)
Hast thou given the horse strength? (Chorus)  Scene 4 No 4 of Job (Parry)
Helena Variations (Bantock)
Hierusalem (Dyson)
How should a man be just with God? (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 3 of Job (Parry)
Hymn to Aphrodite  Fragment 1 of Sappho (Bantock)
I loved thee once, Atthis, long ago  Fragment 2 of Sappho (Bantock)
In a dream, I spake  Fragment 7 of Sappho (Bantock)
Introduction. The powers of evil: Mesto e lugubre  Movement 1 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Job (Parry)
Kishmul's Galley  No 2 of Two Heroic Ballads (Bantock)
Let the day perish wherein I was born (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 1 of Job (Parry)
Lift up thy voice, O son of man, and cry (Chorus)  Scene 2 No 4 of Job (Parry)
Man born of desire  Part 1 of A Choral Fantasia, H177 Op 51 (Holst)
Man that is born of woman is of few days (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 5 of Job (Parry)
Muse of the golden throne  Fragment 9 of Sappho (Bantock)
My soul is weary of my life (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 4 of Job (Parry)
Next thy Tasso's ardent numbers  First line to Finale. Solo, Part 5e of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Now when Job's friends heard of all this evil (Narrator)  Scene 3, Introduction of Job (Parry)
O fair, O lovely, As the sweet apple  First line to Bridal Song, Fragment 8 of Sappho (Bantock)
O that I were as in the months past (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 6 of Job (Parry)
O Thou, whose mighty palace roof doth hang  First line to Prelude. Invocation to Pan: Chorus, Part 1 of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Ode on a Grecian Urn: Chorus  Part 3 of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Omar Khayyám (Bantock)
Oneiza's theme: Moderato sostenuto  Movement 4 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Onward the tiger and the leopard pants  First line to Song and Bacchanal. Solo, Part 2e of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Overture to a Greek Tragedy (Bantock)
Pagan Symphony (Bantock)
Peer of gods he seems  Fragment 6 of Sappho (Bantock)
Pierrot of the Minute 'A comedy overture to a dramatic phantasy of Ernest Dowson' (Bantock)
Prelude  Extract of The Song of Songs (Bantock)
Prelude  Extract of Omar Khayyám (Bantock)
Prelude. Invocation to Pan: Chorus  Part 1 of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Processional (Bantock)
Rejoice, ye dead, where'er your spirits dwell  Part 3 of A Choral Fantasia, H177 Op 51 (Holst)
Sapphic Poem (Bantock)
Sappho (Bantock)
Song and Bacchanal  Part 2a of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Spirit here that reignest!  First line to Finale. Solo, Part 5a of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Stand face to face, friend  Fragment 4 of Sappho (Bantock)
Symphony No 1 (Simpson)
Symphony No 3 (Simpson)
Symphony No 3 in B minor (Boughton)
Symphony No 5 (Simpson)
Symphony No 8 (Simpson)
Thalaba sets out again on his mighty quest: Poco allegro  Movement 9 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Thalaba wanders desolately amid the tombs: Molto lento  Movement 8 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Thalaba's death, and reprise of Oneiza's theme: Poco più lento  Movement 10 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Thalaba's fatal languor: Poco lento  Movement 5 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
Thalaba's theme: Allegro con fuoco  Movement 3 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
The Cyprian Goddess (Bantock)
The deep recesses of her odorous dwelling  Letter F of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
The flocks of my master are blessed of God (Shepherd Boy)  Scene 2 No 1 of Job (Parry)
The last ecstasy of faith and love: Pesante e risoluto  Movement 12 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
The moon has set  Fragment 5 of Sappho (Bantock)
The Sea Reivers (Bantock)
The Song of Songs (Bantock)
The wilderness and the solitary place  No 6 of Christus (Bantock)
The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
Then shall God also confess that thine own right hand can save thee (Chorus/Narrator/Job)  Scene 4 No 6 of Job (Parry)
Then, through thy Temple wide, melodious swells  First line to Finale. Solo, Part 5c of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
There was a man in the land of Uz (Narrator/Job)  Scene 1 No 1 of Job (Parry)
Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness  First line to Ode on a Grecian Urn: Chorus, Part 3 of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
'Tis awful silence then again  First line to Finale. Chorus, Part 5d of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
'Tis said, she was first changed into a vapour  Letter B of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
To those she saw most beautiful  Letter H of The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
Two Heroic Ballads (Bantock)
Wedding and brief happiness of love: Meno mosso  Movement 6 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
When wedding fiddles are a-playing  First line to Scherzo. Folly's Song, Part 4b of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Whence came ye, jolly Satyrs, whence came ye?  First line to Song and Bacchanal. Chorus, Part 2d of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Whence came ye, merry Damsels, whence came ye?  First line to Song and Bacchanal. Chorus, Part 2b of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? (Chorus)  Scene 4 No 1 of Job (Parry)
Who shut up the sea with doors? (Chorus)  Scene 4 No 2 of Job (Parry)
Why died I not from the womb? (Job)  Scene 3 The Lamentation of Job No 2 of Job (Parry)
Wilt thou disannul judgment? (Chorus)  Scene 4 No 5 of Job (Parry)
Within his car, aloft, young Bacchus stood  First line to Song and Bacchanal. Solo, Part 2c of Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Zeinab's theme: Molto più lento  Movement 2 of Thalaba the destroyer (Bantock)
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