Portsmouth Sinfonia - Conductor John Farley - Hallelujah - At The Royal Albert Hall FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Hallelujah - At The Royal Albert Hall
Style: Novelty, Contemporary
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But That Slight Disadvantage - And The Tag Of The World's Worst Orchestra - Didn't Put The Portsmouth Sinfonia Off. In 1974 They Hit The Big Time And Sold Out A Concert At London's Prestigious Royal Albert Hall. For This Epic Recording A 350-Strong Choir Was Recruited To Sing The Hallelujah Chorus From Handel's Messiah And The Royal Albert Hall's Canons Were Wheeled Out For A Dramatic Rendition Of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. The Lunatics Had Well And Truly Taken Over The Asylum And It Was Great.
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|A1||–Michael Bond||Mr. Michael Bond's Address||1:05|
|A2||–Tchaïkovski*||From The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a||1:57|
|A3||–Sibelius*||From The Karelia Suite, Op.11||3:54|
|A4||–Shubert*||Marche Militaire In D Major||5:33|
|A5||–Tchaïkovski*||Piano Concerto No. 1 In B Minor, Op. 23
Soloist – Miss Sally Binding*
|B2||–Rossini*||William Tell Overture||2:21|
|B3||–Handel*||From The Messiah, Pt. 2 - Hallelujah Chorus
Choir – The Portsmouth Sinfonia Choir
- Arranged By – Portsmouth Sinfonia
- Art Direction – Ann Sullivan
- Art Direction [Special] – Martin Lewis
- Cello – Clive Richardson, Gary Rickard, Gavin Bryars
- Clarinet – Andrew Tomsett, Brian Eno, James Lampard, Michael Flower , Noelle Sasportas, Savva Savva, Simon Fisher Turner, Susan Featherstone, Suzette Worden, Tony Talbot, William Hodgson
- Conductor [Choir] – Michael Parsons
- Conductor, Liner Notes – John Farley
- Coordinator – Laurence Aston
- Cornet – Chris Turner, Gerry Ellis, Richard Wulliamy
- Double Bass – Angus Fraser, Brian Young, Ian Southwood*, Peter Clutterbuck
- Euphonium – David Sauders*, Michael Nyman
- Flute – Ann Shrosbree, Brian Watterson, Clive Langer, Debi Smith*, John Lawrence, John Mitchell , Patrick Allen
- French Horn – Michael Archer
- Oboe – James Gregg, Kate St. John
- Orchestra – Portsmouth Sinfonia
- Percussion – Jenni Adams, John Ryder, Maggie Wooton*
- Piano – Sally Binding
- Producer – Brian Eno
- Producer, Executive-Producer – Robin Mortimore
- Recorded By – Bob Woolford
- Trombone – Alan Tomlinson, Maurice Joyce, Nigel Morley, Piers Rowlandson, Pip Morrison, Yvonne Spencer
- Trumpet – John McPherson, Steve Beresford, Stuart Semark, Ted Brum
- Viola – Beverley Legge, Joyce Trenherz, Linda Adams, Nigel Watson, Printz Holman, Simon Dale
- Violin – Caroline Osbourne, Cherill Smith*, Christiane Sasportas, Christine Shrosbree, Denise Hanson, Dirk Larson, Gary Bunby*, Imogen Morley, Janet Lowe, Jill Adams, Mark Hughes , Martin Champman, Michael Parsons, Michael Steele*, Nigel Coombes, Paul Buckton , Peter Beresford, Phil Woods, Rachel Maloney, Richard Ellin, Richard Strange, Robin Mortimore, Sally Ridgway, Stefan Klima, Stephen Luscombe, Tom Puckey
- Voice [Announcer] – Michael Bond
NotesRecorded 28th May 1974 at the Royal Albert Hall
|TRA 285||The Portsmouth Sinfonia*||Hallelujah (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 285||UK||1974|
|ZCA-7002||The Portsmouth Sinfonia*||Hallelujah (Cass)||Antilles||ZCA-7002||US||1974|
|L35372 ( tra285 )||Portsmouth Sinfonia||Hallelujah (LP)||Transatlantic Records||L35372 ( tra285 )||Australia||1975|
|MLF 187||The Portsmouth Sinfonia*||Hallelujah (LP)||M7||MLF 187||Australia||1975|
|TRA-285||Portsmouth Sinfonia||Hallelujah At The Royal Albert Hall (LP)||Transatlantic Records||TRA-285||Australia||1977|