Addinsell: Goodbye Mr. Chips - A Tale Of Two Citie
Format: COMPACT DISC
BBC Concert Orchestra; Elms, Roderick; Martin, Philip; Alwyn, Kenneth
World-famous for the Warsaw Concerto from the film Dangerous Moonlight, Richard Addinsell was one of Britain’s leading composers for stage and screen. This selection ranges widely over every area of his achievement and includes the theme from his first international film success, Goodbye Mr. Chips, and the overture from Tom Brown’s Schooldays, which contains some of his finest music. The Smokey Mountains, an evocative ‘concerto’ in three movements, is a rare example of the genre, while The Isle of Apples reflects his importance as a composer of music for radio plays.