The English Chamber Orchestra is a chamber orchestra based in London.
It has its roots in the Goldsbrough Orchestra, founded in 1948 by Lawrence Leonard and Arnold Goldsbrough. The group took its current name in 1960, when it expanded its repertoire beyond the Baroque period for the first time. Its repertoire remained limited by the group's size, which has stayed fairly consistently at around the size of an orchestra of Mozart's time.
Jeffrey Tate was named the first principal conductor… read more
|1||Symphony No. 35 in D 'Haffner' K385: IV. Presto||405 listeners|
|2||Symphony No.17 in G Major, K.129: II. Andante||122 listeners|
|3||Symphony No. 17 in G K129: II. Andante||101 listeners|
|4||Piano Concerto No. 15 in B-Flat: Andante||96 listeners|
|5||Symphony No. 35 in D major ("Haffner"), K. 385: IV. Finale: Presto||48 listeners|
|6||Symphony No. 35 in D Major, 'Haffner', K. 385: IV. Presto||24 listeners|
|7||Symphony No.38 in D Major, K.504 'Prague': III. Presto||16 listeners|
|8||Symphony No. 35 in D, K.385 'Haffner': IV. Presto||16 listeners|
|9||Symphony No. 23 in D K181/K162b: II. Andantino grazioso||15 listeners|
|10||Symphony No. 21 in A K134: II. Andante||15 listeners|