In 1991, Hamburg-based record label Teldec Classics embarked on a fruitful partnership with Sir Andrew Davis and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. 'The British Line' was soon to become an essential series of critically acclaimed digital recordings of major works alongside some lesser-known gems by some of Britain's most celebrated composers. The series - collected here for the first time - features guest soloists including Tasmin Little, Thomas Hampson and Amanda Roocroft. The set includes bonus disc - Last Night of The Proms: The 100th Season - recorded live in concert in 1994 and featuring star soloists Dame Evelyn Glennie and Sir Bryn Terfel.
In 1991, Hamburg-based record label Teldec Classics embarked on a fruitful partnership with Sir Andrew Davis and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. 'The British Line' was soon to become an essential series of critically acclaimed digital recordings of major works alongside some lesser-known gems by some of Britain's most celebrated composers. The series - collected here for the first time - features guest soloists including Tasmin Little, Thomas Hampson and Amanda Roocroft. The set includes bonus disc - Last Night of The Proms: The 100th Season - recorded live in concert in 1994 and featuring star soloists Dame Evelyn Glennie and Sir Bryn Terfel.
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British Line: A Celebration Of British Music Arne
Artist: Dame Glennie / Hampson,Thomas / Rigby,Jean
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In 1991, Hamburg-based record label Teldec Classics embarked on a fruitful partnership with Sir Andrew Davis and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. 'The British Line' was soon to become an essential series of critically acclaimed digital recordings of major works alongside some lesser-known gems by some of Britain's most celebrated composers. The series - collected here for the first time - features guest soloists including Tasmin Little, Thomas Hampson and Amanda Roocroft. The set includes bonus disc - Last Night of The Proms: The 100th Season - recorded live in concert in 1994 and featuring star soloists Dame Evelyn Glennie and Sir Bryn Terfel.