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Sir Thomas Beecham - The Inimitable Sir Thomas FLAC album


Performer: Sir Thomas Beecham
Genre: Classical music
Title: The Inimitable Sir Thomas
Country: UK
Released: 1966
Style: Modern
FLAC version ZIP size: 1536 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1418 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1706 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Sir Thomas Smythe or Smith (. 558 – 4 September 1625), was an English merchant, politician and colonial administrator. He was the first governor of the East India Company and treasurer of the Virginia Company from 1609 to 1620 until enveloped by scandal. The second surviving son of Thomas "Customer" Smythe of Westenhanger Castle in Kent, by his wife Alice, daughter of Sir Andrew Judde.

Ludwig van Beethoven. 3. Scherzo (Allegro). Ludwig van Beethoven.

Sir Thomas Beecham, 2nd Baronet, (born April 29, 1879, St. Helens, Lancashire, En. died March 8, 1961, London), conductor and impresario who founded and led several major orchestras and used his personal fortune for the improvement of orchestral and operatic performances in England. After resolving the financial difficulties caused partly by his enormous expenditures, Beecham conducted with various orchestras in the 1920s, and in 1932 he founded the London Philharmonic Orchestra, which became a major symphony ensemble under his direction. In 1932 he also became artistic director at Covent Garden and was thus reunited with the Beecham Opera Company, which had become the British National Opera Company in 1923 and had been absorbed by Covent Garden in 1929. Beecham, Sir Thomas, 2nd BaronetSir Thomas Beecham. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Sir Thomas Smith (23 December 1513 – 12 August 1577) was an English scholar, parliamentarian and diplomat. Born at Saffron Walden in Essex, Smith was the second son of John Smith of Walden by Agnes, daughter of John Charnock of Lancashire. He was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he became a Fellow in 1530, and in 1533 was appointed a public reader or professor. He lectured in the schools on natural philosophy, and on Greek in his own College.

Other albums by Sir Thomas Beecham. Beecham Conducts Schubert. Mozart: Symphonies 35, 36, 38. Beecham Conducts Overtures. Beecham Conducts Wagner, Bizet & Delius. Offenbach: Tales of Hoffmann. Sir Thomas Beecham 27//2011. 5 Zémire et Azor - Ballet music (1959 Remastered Version : Passepied (2me Air de ballet)) Sir Thomas Beecham 2:0. 6 Zémire et Azor - Ballet music (1959 Remastered Version : Pantomime (1er Air de ballet)) Sir Thomas Beecham 4:5. 7 Zémire et Azor - Ballet music (1959 Remastered Version : Entr'acte (Introduction to Act III)) Sir Thomas Beecham 2:7. 8 Zémire et Azor - Ballet music (1959 Remastered Version : Finale (Ali's ariette, "Je suis encore tremblant")) Sir Thomas Beecham 1:32. 9 Gavotte (from Zino-Zina) Sir Thomas Beecham 2:2.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Tapiola
Composed By – Sibelius*
A2 Pavane
Composed By – Faure*
B1 Summer Evening
Composed By – Delius*
B2 Prelude To Irmelin
Composed By – Delius*
B3 Legend
Composed By – Dvorak*
B4 Symphonic Danse
Composed By – Grieg*

Credits

  • Conductor – Sir Thomas Beecham
  • Orchestra – French National Radio Broadcasting Orchestra*, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Notes

Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Mono and stereo versions have an identical sleeve and the same number on the back (T/4072) - the mono version has "T-4072" on beige 'strobe' label, while the stereo has "ST-4072" on green 'strobe' label. The stereo version has a printed "stereo" rosette on the back, and the mono has a red sticker with "mono" placed over this (though these tend to drop off with age). The "1st Floor" prefix to the Brisbane address is a throwback to mid-1964.

299 Flinders Lane Melbourne
177 Elizabeth St Sydney
1st Floor, Newspaper House, 93 Queen St Brisbane
60 Pulteney St Adelaide
Barnett's Buildings, Council Ave Perth

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ALP 1968 Sir Thomas Beecham Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Thomas Beecham Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - The Inimitable Sir Thomas ‎(LP, Album, Mono) His Master's Voice ALP 1968 UK 1963
60000 Sir Thomas Beecham Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Thomas Beecham Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - The Inimitable Sir Thomas ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Seraphim 60000 US Unknown
60000 Sir Thomas Beecham, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, French National Radio Orchestra* Sir Thomas Beecham, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, French National Radio Orchestra* - The Inimitable Sir Thomas ‎(LP, Album) Seraphim 60000 US 1966
ST-4072, T/4072 Sir Thomas Beecham The Inimitable Sir Thomas ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club ST-4072, T/4072 Australia 1966