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  1. Miktilar says:
    The choral singing has a precision and professionalism (and this was an amateur choir) rarely matched. Sir Hugh Roberton, the choir's only conductor from its foundation in, I believe, until its disbandment in, I believe , had the reputation of being a perfectionist and a martinet - /5(6).
  2. Gamuro says:
    The British choir Laudibus some years ago issued a re-creation of the sound and repertory of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir on the Hyperion label, and listeners whose interest was piqued by that release can now try out the real thing. The Glasgow Orpheus Choir was founded in , evolving out of an earlier group with the less mellifluous name of Toynbee House Musical Association; it lasted until /
  3. Mausho says:
    Directed by George Hoellering. With Hugh S. Roberton.
  4. Tozil says:
    The Glasgow Orpheus Choir - Vol. Three - Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton 10" Vinyl More buying choices £ (1 used offer) GLASGOW ORPHEUS CHOIR Crimond / Sea Sorrow 7" vinyl. by Glasgow Orpheus Choir. Vinyl More buying choices £ (1 used offer).
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  6. Doukus says:
    DLP The Glasgow Orpheus Choir Vol. 2 Sir Hugh Roberton HMV 10" Mono NM/EX. Condition is Used but in good condition. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class.
  7. Yogal says:
    The Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton: The Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton - The Glasgow Orpheus Choir - Vol. One ‎ (10", Album, Mono) His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice: DLP , DLP UK: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  8. Arashik says:
    The Glasgow Orpheus Choir was founded in Glasgow, Scotland in by Hugh S. Roberton. It originated in the Toynbee Musical Association, which had been crea.
  9. Mezilrajas says:
    On the original recordings, Sir Hugh Roberton introduced each piece; this is missing from these recordings. I suspect that 'All in the April Evening' and the other stereo tracks on the CD, are recordings of the Glasgow Phoenix Choir, which was formed by ex-members of the Orpheus Choir /5(21).

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