9 thoughts on “ Piacevole - Malcolm Arnold – The Nash Ensemble - The Chamber Music Of Malcolm Arnold – 3 (CD) ”

  1. Elgar‘s glorious String Quartet and Malcolm Arnold‘s String Quartet No. 2 (recast as Sonata for Strings) performed here in transcriptions by renowned composer David Matthews. Robert Simpson‘s thrilling Allegro Deciso, the finale of his String Quartet No. 3, is heard in the composer’s own arrangement for strings.
  2. Malcolm Arnold’s quirky ‘Wind Quintet’ showed a deft skill in programming, with a performance arguably the evening’s highlight Saltash Wesley Church, Cornwall: Saltash Wesley Methodist Church provided the perfect venue for the second event in the ‘Essentially English Chamber Music Festival’ by the Arnold Camerata.
  3. Branch Call Number: MACHA ARNOLD CD Characteristics: 1 sound disc: digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in Additional Contributors: Arnold, Malcolm Nash Ensemble.
  4. Chamber and Instrumental Music: The Nash Ensemble has recorded the complete chamber music for Hyperion (three CDs); while Benjamin Frith has recorded the complete piano music for Koch International. Both sets are worth sampling for the "other side" of Malcolm Arnold's music.
  5. THE CHAMBER MUSIC OF MALCOLM ARNOLD I - Violin Sonatas 1 & 2, Viola Sonata, Piano Trio, Five Pieces for Violin 7 Piano, Duo for Two Cellos - The Nash Ensemble - Helios CDH THE CHAMBER MUSIC OF MALCOLM ARNOLD II - Trio for flute, viola, bassoon; Fantasies for bassoon, clarinet, flute, horn, oboe; Sonatinas for clarinet, flute, oboe.
  6. The Chamber Music of Malcolm Arnold Vol 1. Helios: CDH Buy CD or download online. The Nash Ensemble.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Chamber Music Of Malcolm Arnold - 2 on Discogs.
  8. The Chamber Music of Malcolm Arnold - 2 () performed by Brian Wightman (bassoon), Gareth Hulse (oboe), Iona Brown (piano), John Pigneguy (horn), Judith Pearce (flute), Michael Collins (clarinet), Roger Chase (viola), Nash Ensemble composed by Malcolm Arnold.
  9. ARNOLD, M.: Chamber Music for Winds: Those who think of Malcolm Arnold as the composer of sparkling orchestral music and highly successful film scores will be delighted and perhaps surprised at the feast of smaller-scale treasures on this recording, several of them recorded here for the first time.

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