A mixed bag of treasures from some of our streaming databases, to be enjoyed by one and all here in the Library, or at home if you’re one of our Victorian registered members.
Vivaldi didn’t write much music for two cellos (how remiss), so the great Julian Lloyd Webber has skillfully adapted some of his other works to fill the gap. I’m sure the Maestro would be delighted!
If Vivaldi is too sedate, a little bit of James Brown should wake the neighbours.
From Africa to Turkey to Indonesia to Moorish Italy and all points in between, the distinctive rhythms and sounds of the Islamic world.
I don’t know what it is about these delightful old music-hall songs, but even the most innocent sound ever so slightly risque; Oh, Mr Porter…..
Lose yourself in this ravishing production of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen from Glyndebourne; Come all ye songsters of the sky…..