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  2. Hugh Wood - Joanna MacGregor, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis: Hugh Wood - Joanna MacGregor, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis - Piano Concerto Op. 31 ‎ (CD, MiniAlbum) Collins Classics: UK: Sell This Version.
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  4. Wood has never composed an opera, but the 28 minute SCENES FROM COMUS gives an idea of what that might be like. Beautiful, expressive vocal lines and brilliant orchestration. Geraldine McGreevy and Daniel Norman are the excellent soloists. The BBC Orchestra play brilliantly under Sir Andrew Davis/5(6).
  5. Offer, Hugh Wood: Wild Cyclamen Clare McCaldin (mezzo-soprano), James Gilchrist (tenor), Roderick Williams (baritone), Iain Burnside (piano), Simon Lepper (piano) Wood is nothing if not a craftsman, and his vocal lines are always skilful amplifications of the text while his idiomatically written piano parts set the voice off to its best.
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  8. They appear in reverse chronological order on the album, with his Symphony, op. 21, first performed at the Proms on July 23, , and his "Scenes from Comus", op. 6, receiving its premiere on August 2, at the Royal Albert Hall (and repeated at the Proms on August 25, )/5(5).

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