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Britten - Eduard van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra FLAC

Singer:

Britten

Album:

Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra

Genre:

Classical music

FLAC album size:

1447 mb

MP3 album size:

1783 mb

WMA album size:

1249 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Modern

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1954

Britten - Eduard van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra FLAC


Britten - Eduard van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra FLAC

Tracklist

A1 Four Sea Interludes From "Peter Grimes" Opus 33a
A2 Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" Opus 33b
B Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra (Variations And Fugue On A Theme Of Purcell) Opus 34

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Hawkes & Son

Credits

  • Composed By – Britten*
  • Conductor – Eduard Van Beinum
  • Engineer – Kenneth Wilkinson
  • Orchestra – The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam*
  • Producer – John Culshaw

Notes

LABELS:
- Orange label with gold lettering and gold ring around circumference
- Labelography code: EY1
- "MADE IN ENGLAND" around circumference at 12 o'clock
- DECCA logo / "LONG PLAYING UNBREAKABLE MICROGROOVE full frequency range recording" above spindle hole
- ffrr 'ear' logo at 2 o'clock
- Purchase Tax Code "N" at 3 o'clock
- Matrix numbers at 3 o'clock
- Circular "LONG PLAYING 33⅓ RPM" logo at 10 o'clock

SLEEVE:
- Not laminated flipback
- Circular "LONG PLAYING 33⅓ RPM" logo on front cover (lower left)
- ffrr regd trademark on front with large ear
- DECCA logo "FLEXIBLE Long playing microgroove full frequency range recording" on front cover (bottom centre)
- Liner notes in English on back
- "Printed in England WRR/53.12” on back of sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side A): CA ARL 1864-1A N CT 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side B): CA ARL 1865-1A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LXT 2886 Britten* - Eduard van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* Britten* - Eduard van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra ‎(LP, Mono) Decca LXT 2886 UK 1955
LL.917 Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam*, Eduard Van Beinum, Benjamin Britten Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam*, Eduard Van Beinum, Benjamin Britten - Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra; Peter Grimes ‎(LP, Mono) London Records LL.917 US 1954
LXT 2886 Britten*, Eduard van Beinum , Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* Britten*, Eduard van Beinum , Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra ‎(LP, Mono) Decca LXT 2886 South Africa 1954
LXT 2886 Britten* ‧ Eduard Van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* Britten* ‧ Eduard Van Beinum Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam* - Four Sea Interludes And Passacaglia From "Peter Grimes" Opus 33 A And B ‧ Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra ‎(LP, Mono) Decca LXT 2886 Germany 1955

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