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Haydn: The Seasons - Harper, Davies, Shirley-Quirk, Davis, BBC Symphony - SAL3698-700

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Haydn: The Seasons - Harper, Davies, Shirley-Quirk, Davis, BBC Symphony

Philips (3x 12" stereo vinyl hard boxset with booklet) - SAL3698-700

I. Spring
A1 Introduction. Recitative. Behold Where Surly Winter Flies!
A2 Chorus. Come, Gentle Spring
A3 Recitative. At Last The Bounteous Sun
A4 Air. With Joy Th'impatient Husbandman
A5 Recitative. Laborious Man Hath Done His Part
A6 Trio And Chorus. Be Propitious
B1 Recitative. Our Fervent Prayers Are Heard
B2 Songs Of Joy: Soloists With Chorus. Spring Her Lovely Charms Unfolding

II. Summer
B3 Short Introduction Depicting The Sunrise. Recitative. Her Face In Dewy Veil Conceal'd
B4 Air. From Out The Fold The Shepherd Drives
B5 Trio And Chorus. The Sun Ascends
C1 Recitative. Now Swarms The Village O'er The Mead
C2 Cavatina. Distressful Nature Fainting Sinks
C3 Recitative. Oh Welcome Now, Ye Shady Groves!
C4 Air. Oh, How Pleasing To The Senses
C5 Recitative. Behold! Slow Settling O'er The Lurid Grove
C6 Chorus. Hark! The Deep Tremendous Voice
C7 Trio And Chorus. Now Cease The Conflicts Fierce Of Winds

III. Autumn
D1 Introduction. What By Varied Blossoms
D2 Trio And Chorus. Thus Nature, Ever Kind, Rewards
D3 Recitative. Behold, Now To The Hazel Woods
D4 Duet. Ye Gay And Painted Fair, O Come
D5 Recitative. Lo! Where The Plenteous Harves Wav'd
D6 Air. Behold, Along The Dewy Grass
E1 Recitative. Here Ever Closing Rings Compel
E2 Chorus Of Countrymen And Hunters. Hark! Hark! The Mountains Resound!
E3 Recitative. The Vineyard Now Its Wealth Displays
E4 Chorus. Joyful, Joyful The Liquor Flows

IV. Winter
E5 Introduction. Now Sinks The Pale Declining Year
E6 Cavatina. Light And Life In Sadness Languish
E7 Recitative. A Crystal Pavement Lies The Lake
E8 Air. The Trav'ler Stands Perplex'd
F1 Recitative. As He Draws Nigh, As Yet Appall'd
F2 Song With Chorus. Let The Wheel Move Gaily
F3 Recitative. The Ev'ning's Task Is Now Perform'd
F4 Song With Chorus. A Wealthy Lord, Who Long Had Lov'd
F5 Recitative. From Out The East There Darts
F6 Air. Consider This, Misguided Man
F7 Trio And Double Chorus. Then Breaks That Great And Glorious Day

Vinyls 1 and 3 are in very good to excellent condition, showing moderate signs of use and no marks which could affect playback. Vinyl 2 has potentially sounding marks on the last band of each side and the price has been adjusted to reflect this condition. The booklet is complete but has a large "University of Southampton Department of Music" ink stamp on the front cover and what appears to be a cataloguing number penned in ink on the top left of the cover. The cover box is in very good condition although it should be noted that there is again a large "University of Southampton department of music" stamp on the front cover and a penned internal cataloguing reference on the upper left corner of the box. There are minor scuffs on the base rim and back-corner. The side spine is in good order with all text remaining fully visible.

Records are graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve) VG+/VG+. We recommend the vinyls are cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Philips
Sleeve condition:
Very good

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Haydn: The Seasons - Harper, Davies, Shirley-Quirk, Davis, BBC Symphony

Philips (3x 12" stereo vinyl hard boxset with booklet) - SAL3698-700

I. Spring
A1 Introduction. Recitative. Behold Where Surly Winter Flies!
A2 Chorus. Come, Gentle Spring
A3 Recitative. At Last The Bounteous Sun
A4 Air. With Joy Th'impatient Husbandman
A5 Recitative. Laborious Man Hath Done His Part
A6 Trio And Chorus. Be Propitious
B1 Recitative. Our Fervent Prayers Are Heard
B2 Songs Of Joy: Soloists With Chorus. Spring Her Lovely Charms Unfolding

II. Summer
B3 Short Introduction Depicting The Sunrise. Recitative. Her Face In Dewy Veil Conceal'd
B4 Air. From Out The Fold The Shepherd Drives
B5 Trio And Chorus. The Sun Ascends
C1 Recitative. Now Swarms The Village O'er The Mead
C2 Cavatina. Distressful Nature Fainting Sinks
C3 Recitative. Oh Welcome Now, Ye Shady Groves!
C4 Air. Oh, How Pleasing To The Senses
C5 Recitative. Behold! Slow Settling O'er The Lurid Grove
C6 Chorus. Hark! The Deep Tremendous Voice
C7 Trio And Chorus. Now Cease The Conflicts Fierce Of Winds

III. Autumn
D1 Introduction. What By Varied Blossoms
D2 Trio And Chorus. Thus Nature, Ever Kind, Rewards
D3 Recitative. Behold, Now To The Hazel Woods
D4 Duet. Ye Gay And Painted Fair, O Come
D5 Recitative. Lo! Where The Plenteous Harves Wav'd
D6 Air. Behold, Along The Dewy Grass
E1 Recitative. Here Ever Closing Rings Compel
E2 Chorus Of Countrymen And Hunters. Hark! Hark! The Mountains Resound!
E3 Recitative. The Vineyard Now Its Wealth Displays
E4 Chorus. Joyful, Joyful The Liquor Flows

IV. Winter
E5 Introduction. Now Sinks The Pale Declining Year
E6 Cavatina. Light And Life In Sadness Languish
E7 Recitative. A Crystal Pavement Lies The Lake
E8 Air. The Trav'ler Stands Perplex'd
F1 Recitative. As He Draws Nigh, As Yet Appall'd
F2 Song With Chorus. Let The Wheel Move Gaily
F3 Recitative. The Ev'ning's Task Is Now Perform'd
F4 Song With Chorus. A Wealthy Lord, Who Long Had Lov'd
F5 Recitative. From Out The East There Darts
F6 Air. Consider This, Misguided Man
F7 Trio And Double Chorus. Then Breaks That Great And Glorious Day

Vinyls 1 and 3 are in very good to excellent condition, showing moderate signs of use and no marks which could affect playback. Vinyl 2 has potentially sounding marks on the last band of each side and the price has been adjusted to reflect this condition. The booklet is complete but has a large "University of Southampton Department of Music" ink stamp on the front cover and what appears to be a cataloguing number penned in ink on the top left of the cover. The cover box is in very good condition although it should be noted that there is again a large "University of Southampton department of music" stamp on the front cover and a penned internal cataloguing reference on the upper left corner of the box. There are minor scuffs on the base rim and back-corner. The side spine is in good order with all text remaining fully visible.

Records are graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve) VG+/VG+. We recommend the vinyls are cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Philips
Sleeve condition:
Very good

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