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Benno Moiseiwitsch · Albert Sammons

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SBT1014
DELIUS Piano Concerto; Violin Concerto
On hearing the first cuckoo in spring; Hassan - incidental music
Koanga - La Calinda; Caprice & Elegy; Legende

Benno Moiseiwitsch
Philharmonia Orchestra
Constant Lambert
Albert Sammons
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Malcolm Sargent
Beatrice Harrison, Eric Fenby
Hallé Orchestra
Constant Lambert
Henry Holst, Gerald Moore

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DELIUS Piano Concerto Violin Concerto On hearing the first cuckoo in spring Hassan - incidental music Koanga - La Calinda; Caprice & Elegy Legende
Benno Moiseiwitsch Philharmonia Orchestra Constant Lambert Albert Sammons Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Malcolm Sargent Beatrice Harrison, Eric Fenby Hallé Orchestra Constant Lambert Henry Holst, Gerald Moore

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SKU SBT1014
MPN N/A
EAN N/A
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Testament is an artist-based label, not restricted to any particular period of recording history, and its releases are selected from the archives of some of the largest record companies and radio stations in the world. With the permission and cooperation of these companies and stations.

Testament releases previously unpublished and deleted recordings from their archives, using their original master tapes and 78rpm metal parts for CD remastering. Testament also has access to their extensive photographic archives and comprehensive research facilities.

Testament is thus in a unique position and one that is enjoyed by no other independent record company specialising in the reissue of archive recordings.

Testament LP's are cut onto lacquer from the original master tapes at Abbey Road Studios using full analogue techniques throughout production an pressed onto 180g virgin vinyl.