Der Rosenkavalier op.59: highlights
Approximation (for String Quartet; 1996)
Arpeccio (for Harp and Tape; 1989)
Psalmos (for Flute and Harp; 1988)
Dreiklang (for large orchestra; 1991/’92)
Fernung-Horizont-Nähe (for orchestra; 1991/’92)
Earlier on Breakfast, part of Haydn's lovely Symphony no 98. I always get it mixed up with no 90, which has the false endings. No 98 stops and starts in rather the same way. I have both on CDs and may play them COMPLETE later, They are both ESSENTIAL to me, to use the 'in' word.
Focus, Focus II (aka Moving Waves). EMI, 1971.
Know your rights - all three of 'em
PS: Probably wasn't that performance - the dates on the CD don't seem to match and one of the pieces at least was recorded in the Usher Hall Edinburgh. The year (1971) if that's for the Tchaikovsky 4, seems possible though.
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Elgar: Falstaff, symphonic study in C minor
English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones
Can I just tell you I'm wearing glasses at the moment. With this pair of glasses I can do terrible damage to you.