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MUSIC OF WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER

"A disc of rare delights" - Classic CD

Sonatina for viola and piano Seven pieces for piano
Three pieces for cello and piano Five songs for tenor and piano
Missa Sanctae Mariae Magdalenae

Philip Dukes (viola), Julian Lloyd Webber (cello), John Graham-Hall (tenor)
John Lill, Philip Ledger, Sophia Rahman (pianos), Ian Watson (organ)
Richard Hickox Singers conducted by Richard Hickox

ASV CD, DCA 961

AURORA

"Aurora is skilfully and sumptuously scored, its music as sensuous as any you will find from a British composer." - The Guardian

London Philharmonic Orchestra/Lorin Maazel



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Philips 420 342

THE ORGAN MUSIC OF WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER

Jane Watts (organ)

Priory Records

"One to welcome." - Gramphone

INVOCATION - MUSIC OF WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER

Aurora - Tone Poem for Orchestra
Invocation for orchestra
Serenade for Strings
Three Spring Miniatures for orchestra
Lento for Strings
Nocturne for cello and harp
Benedictus for violin and organ
Jesus, dear Jesus for children's choir and organ
Love divine, all loves excelling for choir and organ
Mass 'Princeps Pacis' for choir and organ

Tasmin Little (violin), Julian Lloyd Webber (cello)
Westminster Singers, City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox (conductor)

Chandos Records



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"This disc shows William Lloyd Webber to be a composer of distinctive quality who could rise to ecstatic heights." - Michael Kennedy, The Sunday Telegraph

MUSIC OF WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER

Air and Variations for clarinet and piano
Frensham Pond for clarinet and piano
Sonatina for flute and piano
Mulberry Cottage for flute and piano
The Gardens at Eastwell for flute and piano
Fantasy Trio for piano, violin and cello
Three Spring Miniatures for piano
A Song for the Morning for piano
Seven songs for tenor and piano:
The Call of the Morning
I looked out into the Morning
Sun-Gold
To the Wicklow Hills
How do I love Thee
Love, like a drop of dew
The Forest of Wild Thyme

John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Ian Brown (piano), The Nash Ensemble

Hyperion Records

"Lloyd Webber's is a voice to be heard, and it could hardly be heard to greater advantage than in this new CD." - BBC Music Magazine


THE SACRED CHORAL MUSIC OF WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER

The Choir of All Saints, Margaret Street, directed by Harry Bramma

Priory Records
Released November 1999