Most of the recordings of music by Frederic Curzon (1899-1973) listed in the Arkiv CD Catalogue are released on the Guild Light Music Series. The major exception to this is the fine retrospective of the composer’s music issued on 1991 on Marco Polo 8.223425.
There are one or two other pieces scattered on the EMI and the Hyperion labels. The most popular work is Boulevardier with four recordings, which in many ways is the composer’s signature tune. Nearly as popular is the endearing Dance of the Ostracised Imp. His most significant surviving works are the Robin Hood Suite and the sun-drenched Suite: In Malaga.
Bonaventure - New Concert Orchestra / Frederic Curzon (GLCD 5171)
Boulevardier - New Concert Orchestra / Frederic Curzon (GLCD 5177)
Bravada - Harry Fryer & His Orchestra (GLCD 5128)
Dance of an Ostracised Imp - New Concert Orchestra / Frederic Curzon (GLCD 5195)
Suite: In Malaga: ‘Cachucha’ - New Concert Orchestra / Nat Nyll [Actually Dolf Van Der Linden] (GLCD 5132)
Mischief - New Century Orchestra / Sidney Torch (GLCD 5175)
Over The Hills and Far Away - New Concert Orchestra / Nat Nyll (GLCD 5194)
Prelude to a Play - New Concert Orchestra / Cedric Dumont (GLCD 5212)
Punchinello - Royal Air Force Central Band / Squadron Leader A.E. Sims (GLCD 5203)
Rendezvous with Frederic Curzon: ‘Cachucha’ from In Malaga Suite; ‘Maid Marian’ From In Sherwood Suite; Bravada; Serenade of a Clown; ‘March of the Bowmen’ from In Sherwood Suite - New Concert Orchestra / Frederic Curzon (GLCD 5178)
Robin Hood Suite: ‘March of the Bowmen’ - London Palladium Orchestra /Clifford Greenwood (GLCD 5106)
Savoir Faire - New Concert Orchestra / Nat Nyll (GLCD 5119)