Simon Haram

A selection of the projects in which Simon has been involved in restoration.

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Hamilton Harty conducts Dvořák’s Carnival Overture and the Symphony No.9, ‘From the New World’, together with Brahms’s Hungarian Dances Nos.5 and 6.

Tony Bennett “Take My Hand”.

Projects for the Hallé Orchestra

Projects for Living Era

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© Simon Haram 2014

To mark the centenary of Tippett's birth in 2005, this disc presents for the first time on CD three premiere recordings of his music from the 1940’s.

Projects for NMC

Gaspar Cassado performs Schubert’s Cello Concerto in A Minor and the Arpegionne Sonata, paired with the incidental music to Rosamunde, once again conducted by Hamilton Hardy.

Lefty Frizzell “If You’ve Got the Money”.

Gilbert & Sullivan “Vintage Gilbert & Sullivan”.

Burl Ives “The Wayfaring Stranger”.

Gisele MacKenzie “Canada’s First Lady of Song”.

Mary Martin “My Heart Belongs to Daddy”.

Ray McKinley “Howdy Friends”.

Montana Slim “I’m Hittin’ the Trail”.

Jeri Southern “When I Fall in Love”.

Pearl Bailey “Takes Two to Tango”.

Sir Malcolm Sargent was a regular conductor of the Hallé between 1930 and 1950.  The excerpts of Elgar’s great oratorio The Dream of Gerontius, which he conducts here, have never been previously released.

Harty's 1931 recording of Mendelssohn's 'Italian' Symphony has never before been released on CD. Albert Sammons, the soloist for the Bruch, was one of the most admired violinists of his generation.

Nat King Cole “Nature Boy”.

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