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VOX, THE RADIO CRITIC and BROADCAST REVIEW
COMPTON MACKENZIE and CHRISTOPHER STONE
LONDON EDITOR . CECIL POLLARD
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The announcement of the complete recording of Elgar's choral masterpiece is one of the most important happenings in the history of recorded music . The magnitude of the undertaking, and the difficulty of ensuring a performance that should be satisfactory from every point of view have hitherto proved too great. Now, however, with the co-operation of the British Council, " His Master's Voice" · are able to offer a recorded performance that is in accord with its highest traditions. These magnificent records are a tribute to the memory of the greatest English compost:C since the days of the Tudors, a man who, moreover, during his life fully recognised the role that the gramophone record was destined to play in the dissemination of the best in the art of music.
* THE DREAM OF GERONTIUS (Elgar.Op. 38)
GLADYS RIPLEY HEDDLE NASH DENNIS NOBLE NORMAN WALKER HUDDERSFIELD CHORAL SOCIETY
(Chorus Master: Herbert Bardgett) LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conductor: DR. MALCOLM SARGENT Recorded under the aus pices of the British Council
C. 3435/46 Auto Couplings C 761 I i 22
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