Alex Lindsay String Orchestra: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue (music of Lilburn, Pruden, Heenan, Ritchie, etc)

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Alex Lindsay String Orchestra: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue (music of Lilburn, Pruden, Heenan, Ritchie, etc)
Alex Lindsay String Orchestra / Alex Lindsay (conductor)

[ Kiwi-Pacific / CD ]

Release Date: Thursday 21 October 2004

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Alex Lindsay was born in Invercargill. He began learning the violin at the age of 9 and at 17 won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London, where he studied with Albert Sammons.

Alex Lindsay (1919-1974) was born in Invercargill. He began learning the violin at the age of 9 and at 17 won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London, where he studied with Albert Sammons. After graduation in 1941 he spent six months leading the orchestra at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. He then joined the London Philharmonic Orchestra for two years until called up for military service in the navy.

Tracks:

Landfall in Unknown Seas (Lilburn)
(Allen Curnow, narrator)

Dances of Brittany (Pruden)

Cindy (Heenan)

Three Maori Songs:
He Oriori
Poi Kihikihi
E Tangi Tikapa
(with Phyllis Williams)

Concertino for Clarinet and orchestra (J. Ritchie)
(with Frank Gurr)

Ring Round the Moon (Farquhar).