Nicola Benedetti Plays Vaughan-Williams & Tavener
Nicola Benedetti, Andrew Litton & London Philharmonic Orchestra
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||The Lark Ascending||Nicola Benedetti, Andrew Litton & London Philharmonic Orchestra||15:57||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||Song for Athene||Nicola Benedetti, Andrew Litton & London Philharmonic Orchestra||6:47||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Dhyana||Nicola Benedetti, Andrew Litton & London Philharmonic Orchestra||6:15||$1.29||View In iTunes|
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excellent album, lay off Boolez
i really enjoyed this album. i have always been a fan of vaughan williams and ms. benedetti give a wonderful reading of the lark ascending with the london philharmonic, but i don't understand why everyone is ganging up on my fellow reviewer. the man is obviously knowledgeable about classical music since he chose to make his apple ID a play on a contemporary French composer's name (Boulez-Boolez). he could just be making the case that he doesn't find vaughan williams or tavener particularly interesting and this is a valid assessment. don't jump on him just because he didn't like the album and you did. at least he's thinking about the music as opposed to thinking of it a great "mood" music.
Nicola Benedetti is one of the best violinists out there right now. I love this version of Song for Athene...not quite as much as the choral version but it's close. Also, I don't see why it really matters that people can't seem to handle classical music. If you don't like it, you don't like it. I'll probably judge you for being completely pedestrian and uncultured, but like...I'm sure those are the same people who call me a nerd for being a music major, so I guess we're even.
Its been a long time since I was touched in a way such as this by a 19 / 20 year old. What wonderful structure depth and richness, simply selfless, I am charmed by this young lady. Hooray for Scotland to "throw" such a maiden. Hooray for the Yehudi Menhuin School for knowing who to trust and teach (even though she was only ten at the time) and Hooray for Andrew Litton and Miss Bennedetti and her familly BRAVO!!