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Harrison Birtwistle: Angel Fighter - In Broken Images - Virelai (Sus une fontayne)

Andrew Watts, Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts, BBC Singers, London Sinfonietta, David Atherton

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1
Angel Fighter
Harrison Birtwistle; Andrew Watts; Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts; BBC Singers; London Sinfonietta; David Atherton
31:09
2
In Broken Images
Harrison Birtwistle; London Sinfonietta; David Atherton
18:21
3
Virelai (Sus une fontayne)
Harrison Birtwistle; London Sinfonietta; David Atherton
3:55
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:25
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – NMC Recordings Studio Masters

Angel Fighter was recorded live for BBC Radio 3 at Cadogan Hall, London on 20 August 2011.
MICHAEL EMERY Recording Producer MARVIN WARE Recording Engineer
In Broken Images was recorded at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on 24 May 2012; Virelai (Sus une fontayne) was recorded at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on 5 December 2014. Both were recorded live by London Sinfonietta/Sound Intermedia.

Recording and Production by IAN DEARDEN and DANIEL HALFORD for Sound Intermedia
ANDREW BURKE Chief Executive
JAMES JOSLIN Recording Officer for London Sinfonietta
COLIN MATTHEWS Executive Producer for NMC
The works on this album are all published by Boosey & Hawkes Ltd.
The libretto for Angel Fighter by Stephen Plaice © 2009
FRANCOIS HALL Cover image and Graphic design

ANNE RUSHTON Executive Director
ELEANOR WILSON General Manager
GWENDOLYN TIETZE Head of Development
LUCILE GASSER Label Assistant

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