London Symphony

London Symphony may refer to:

  • London Symphony Orchestra
  • Symphony No. 104 (Haydn), by composer Joseph Haydn
  • A London Symphony, the Second Symphony by composer Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • London symphonies, the collective title of symphonies 93 through 104 by composer Joseph Haydn

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L'enfant Et Les Sortilèges - Recordings
... Linda Richardson, Philip Langridge, Philippe Huttenlocher, Jules Bastin André Previn, London Symphony Orchestra and Ambrosian Singers Audio CD EMI, Cat EMX2241 1992 Colette Alliot-Lugaz, Claudine Carlson ...
Live At The Royal Albert Hall (Deep Purple Album)
26 September 1999 at the Royal Albert Hall in London with the London Symphony Orchestra, and released on 8 February, 2000 on Spitfire records ... once more at the Royal Albert Hall, but this time with the London Symphony Orchestra rather than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and with Paul Mann as ... A DVD of the performance was also released, entitled In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra ...
London Symphony Chorus
... The London Symphony Chorus (abbreviated to LSC) is a large symphonic concert choir based in London, UK, consisting of over 150 amateur singers, and is one ... It was formed in 1966 as the LSO Chorus to complement the work of the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) ... The LSC performs mainly at the Barbican Centre in London as well as appearing at other concert venues around the UK and Europe and regularly at the Avery Fisher Hall ...
London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. II
... London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. 2 is a 1987 album featuring Frank Zappa's music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra ... It is the follow-up to 1983's London Symphony Orchestra, Vol ...

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