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To celebrate the 80th Birthday of it's Patron, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Manchester's premier new music ensemble Psappha released a recording of Eight Songs for a Mad King on vinyl and digitally with soloist Kelvin Thomas.The recording was made in 2012 and was supervised by the composer, making this the first recording of the work to have had the direct involvement of the composer since the 1971 recording by his own ensemble The Fires of London.Psappha has performed Eight Songs for a Mad King more than 70 times and has worked closely with the composer to fine-tune it's performance to be as close as possible to what he intended.
To celebrate the 80th Birthday of it's Patron, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Manchester's premier new music ensemble Psappha released a recording of Eight Songs for a Mad King on vinyl and digitally with soloist Kelvin Thomas.The recording was made in 2012 and was supervised by the composer, making this the first recording of the work to have had the direct involvement of the composer since the 1971 recording by his own ensemble The Fires of London.Psappha has performed Eight Songs for a Mad King more than 70 times and has worked closely with the composer to fine-tune it's performance to be as close as possible to what he intended.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: Psappha
Rel. Date: 01/28/2022
UPC: 5029385997656

Eight Songs For A Mad King
Artist: Davies / Thomas
Format: Vinyl
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To celebrate the 80th Birthday of it's Patron, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Manchester's premier new music ensemble Psappha released a recording of Eight Songs for a Mad King on vinyl and digitally with soloist Kelvin Thomas.The recording was made in 2012 and was supervised by the composer, making this the first recording of the work to have had the direct involvement of the composer since the 1971 recording by his own ensemble The Fires of London.Psappha has performed Eight Songs for a Mad King more than 70 times and has worked closely with the composer to fine-tune it's performance to be as close as possible to what he intended.
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