Jamestown Concerto. William Perry: Jamestown Concerto for cello and orchestra. Schuman: A Song for Orpheus – Fantasy for cello and orchestra. Thomson: Cello Concerto


Jamestown Concerto by the American composer William Perry (b.1930) offers a cinematic, tonally approachable style painted with colourful orchestration and an appealing programme tracing the history of the first English settlement in the United States from the pioneers to the present day. The story involves the legend of Pocahontas, and ...

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