The English composer-conductor Henry Cotter Nixon (1842–1907) has entirely disappeared from music history. But this series – presenting all his surviving orchestral music in its first-ever recordings – reveals him to have been one of the most accomplished English composers of his generation, with a style that takes in elements of Mendelssohn, Schumann, Verdi and Brahms. This second volume confirms his ability to handle extended symphonic structures and also presents a Sullivanesque lighter side.
Ian Hobson, piano(Tracks 2 – 5)
Kodály Philharmonic Orchestra
Ferenc Nagy, euphonium (Track 1)
Paul Mann, conductor
Concert-Stück, Op. 14, for piano and orchestra (1883)
May Day: Scherzo, Op. 16 (1884)
Dance of the Sea Nymphs: Pizzicato for Strings (1889)
Concert Overture No. 2: Anima et Fide (after 1880)
Catalogue No: TOCC0373EAN/UPC: 5060113443731Release Date: 01.11.2017Composer: Henry Cotter Nixon Artists: Ferenc Nagy,
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