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30 CDs of visionary compositions by the musical poet of the English landscape! From the pastoral to the bombastic, here are all of Ralph Vaughan Williams' celebrated masterworks including many rarely performed pieces: The Lark Ascending; Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis ; the symphonies including A Sea Symphony; London Symphony; Pastoral Symphony , and Sinfonia Antarctica; The Wasps Suite; Fantasia on Greensleeves; Piano Concerto in C; Serenade to Music trust us, it's here! Featuring the London Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia of England, London Philharmonic Choir, and more.
This set of CDs is a fantastic collection of some of Vaughan Williams great compositions. It is a great fit to any classical music libraryPublished 5 months ago by Michael Phillips
Performances are generally top-notch, but much of V-W's music is not very memorable. Too much of a good thing, perhaps.Published 11 months ago by T. Steinborn
Ralph Vaughn Williams is one of the major players in the Twentieth Century Musical World.
You are not going to hear him on Public Radio, which is a compliment because they are... Read more
When I buy large collections like this on (which is rare for me) I usually worry about sound quality. Not to worry with this Vaughan Williams EMI collection, very good.Published 17 months ago by Sbagwell
Just recently bought this boxed set after having read the reviews here. In short, this is a fabulous collection. Read morePublished 24 months ago by CW Hawes
Incredible collection of just about everything on CD from the Master!
Surprisingly excellent sound and an Amazing bargain for the price!
Loving every CD.
To have the ability to choose any of Vaughan Williams works and at a bargain price, is worthy of the 5 star rating. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by joe
I did not realize so much of the work was vocal. I am not a big fan of the vocal pieces.Published on May 31, 2013 by D. Dixon