The Elis Pekhonen Connection



Song of the Turtle Dove

Elis PehkonenVocal Chamber
Alto Recorder, Counter-Tenor, Cello (9 mins)

About

Written to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of David Munrow, founder of Early Music Performances.

Performances

John Turner (Alto Recorder), Nicholas Clapton (Counter-Tenor), and Jonathan Price (Violoncello).
Kendal Festival, Ambleside, Cumbria, August 19, 2006.
John Turner (Alto Recorder), Nicholas Clapton (Counter-Tenor), and Jonathan Price (Violoncello).
Cambridge Festival, West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, October 27, 2006.
John Turner (Alto Recorder), Nicholas Clapton (Counter-Tenor), and Jonathan Price (Violoncello).
Greenwich Early Music Festival Opening Concert, St. Alfege Church, Greenwich, November 10, 2006.








13th Century Dances

Elis PehkonenOrchestra (25 mins)

Setting

Settings of all the melodies made popular by David Munrow in the late 1960s, including Lamento di Tristano, and various Ductias and Estampies. With Brass Fanfares and Woodwind Plainsongs.

Performances

February 12, 2005, Snape Maltings. Conductor Patrick Bailey. English Sinfonia. Woodbridge Orchestral Society, Suffolk Coastal Arts Project.

Broadcasts

First Broadcast by the BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra, conducted by Eric Wetherell.

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