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Malcom Arnold: Symphony No. 9

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Penny

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Symphony No. 9, Op. 128  
I. Vivace
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Penny
II. Allegretto
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Penny
III. Giubiloso
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Penny
IV. Lento
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Penny
Sir Malcolm Arnold in Conversation with Andrew Penny
Malcolm Arnold; Andrew Penny
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:28
"Editor's Choice ... (Penny) draws not just a concentrated, consistently committed performance from the Irish players, but a warmly resonant one, with the strings sounding glorious and the woodwind and brass consistently brilliant. The recording is rich and full ..." - Gramophone This is the final volume in the complete series of Sir Malcolm Arnold's nine symphonies recorded by British music specialist Andrew Penny conducting the Ireland National Symphony Orchestra. The cycle was produced to commemorate the composer’s 80th birthday in October 2001 and has subsequently become BBC Music Magazine’s top recommendation.
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