Midori Selects on British Airways 

 

Taking the listeners on a journey to various parts of the UK, Midori introduces music inspired by the landcapes, nature and architecture unique to Britain. 

 

Available now on all long-haul international flights on British Airways 

 

 

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Summer Season 

July -September 2019 

 

It's the season of music festivals! Midori goes around the UK through music closely associated with UK music festivals, from BBC Proms, Edinburgh International Festival to the Three Choirs Festival. With Summer full of life, enjoy this beautiful music. 

 

Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance Op.39 I. March

London Symphony Orchestra, Barry Tuckwell

London Symphony Orchestra Label

 

Vaughan Williams: Romance for violin and piano

Simon Blendis and William Howard of the Schubert Ensemble

Chandos 

 

Finzi:Intimation of Immortality Op.29

The Rainbow comes and goes 

Now, while the birds thus sing a joyous song

James Gilchrist, Bournemoth Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, David Hill 

Naxos 

 

Ian Venables: Midnight Lamentation Op.6 

Roderic Williams, Graham J. Lloyd 

Signum Records

 

Arthur Bliss: A Colour Symphony – III Blue 

Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley 

Chandos

 

Eric Coates: London Suite No.3 ‘Knightsbridge’ 

Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, 

Naxos

 

James MacMillan: Lassie, wad ye loe me? 

Elysian Singers, 

Signum Records

 

Rebecca Clarke: I’ll bid my heart be still

Philip Dukes, Sophia Rahman

Naxos 

 

Parry: Songs of Farewell  ‘My Soul, there is a Country’

Tenebrae

Signum Records

 

Purcell: King Arthur – Act V, ‘Round thy Coasts’

The Deller Consort and Choir, Alfred Deller

Harmonia Mundi 

 

Henry Wood: Fantasia on British Sea Songs – Jacks the Lad

Leeds Festival

English Northern Philharmonia, Paul Daniel 

 

 

Studio 18 (Japan)

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