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Seraph

Alison Balsom, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Ensemble, Lawrence Renes

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Seraph  
1
I.
James MacMillan; Alison Balsom; Scottish Ensemble
4:41
2
II. Adagio
James MacMillan; Alison Balsom; Scottish Ensemble
5:11
3
III. Marcato e ritmico
James MacMillan; Alison Balsom; Scottish Ensemble
5:23
4
'Paths'
Toru Takemitsu; Alison Balsom
6:15
Trumpet Concerto in A-Flat Major  
5
I. Andante - Allegro Energico
Alexander Arutiunian; Alison Balsom; Lawrence Renes; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
8:16
6
II. Meno Mosso
Alexander Arutiunian; Alison Balsom; Lawrence Renes; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
3:24
7
III. Tempo 1
Alexander Arutiunian; Alison Balsom; Lawrence Renes; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
3:28
8
Nobody Knows
Alison Balsom; Anonymous; Tom Poster; Alison Balsom
4:24
9
Trumpet Concerto in C Major
Bernd Alois Zimmerman; Alison Balsom; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Renes
14:35
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:37
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Classics Studio Masters

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