L'Orchestra dell'Arte

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L'Orchestra dell'Arte - bringing live music closer to you


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Browse some of our of recorded performances on the ODA YouTube Channel or join Edward Peak for a brief introduction (recorded in Spring 2020).

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Performances recorded at St George’s Hall, Liverpool

Peter Lange Muller – Violin Concerto – Ofer Falk

Richard Wagner – Flying Dutchman Overture

Richard Strauss – Der Rosenkavalier – Waltz Sequence No 2

Richard Strauss – Serenade for Winds

Giuseppe Verdi – La Forza del Destino Overture

Igor Shamo – Accordion Concerto (1st and 3rd movements) – Goran Stevanovic

Tchaikovsky – Piano Concerto No 1 (2nd and 3rd movements) – Tom Kimmance

Giacomo Puccini – Che gelida manina – La Boheme – Joseph Buckmaster

Debussy – Pour le Piano – Toccata – Pietro Fresa

Beethoven – Piano Concerto No 3 (2nd and 3rd movements) – Pietro Fresa

Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto No 2 (1st and 2nd movements)

Richard Strauss – Capriccio – Moonlight Intermezzo

Cesar Franck- Symphony in D minor (Finale)

Richard Strauss – Four Last Songs (Im Abendrot, September, Fruhling)

Salon Music

Performance recorded at the Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead

Charles Ancliffe – Nights of Gladness

Howard Whitney – Mosquito Parade

Carl Teike – Old Comrades

Allan Macbeth – Heartsease

Haydn Wood – Roses from Picardy

Eugene Damare – The Wren Polka

The Great British Music Hall

Performances recorded at St George’s Hall, Liverpool

Moonstruck – Lionel Monkton

Oh, Oh, Antonio – CN Murphy and Dan Lipton

Josh-u-ah – George Arthurs and Bert Lee

Oh Mr Porter – George le Brunn

Blaze Away – Abe Holzmann

All Down Piccadilly – Lionel Monkton

My Old Man said Follow the Van – FW Leigh and Charles Collins

The boy in the gallery - George Ware

Two front teeth - Donald Yetter Gardner

Festival Films

Grenadilla and Gadgets – the secret life of the clarinet

A crash course in percussion with Graham Johns, RLPO

All the buzz about crumhorns

Cinema organist pulls out all the stops

Tall tales from the Silver Screen

Words or Music – which is more important?

Sweet Honiesuckel for you – Fayre Play

The Merry Musicians – (Alpine music)

Stella Splendens – Fayre Play

Scottish Bransle – Fayre Play

Bring us good ale – Fayre Play