The music, if heard at all today, is generally performed as a suite of six movements arranged for symphony orchestra. The original is scored for a pit band of 14 players, and the complete incidental music has been edited by Palmer and in this form was premiered in 2012, the 23 March performance will be the work's London premiere. Also in the programme are the London premieres of two of David Matthew's arrangements for string orchestra, of Elgar's String Quartet and Malcolm Arnold's String Quartet No. 2. These will be complemented by music by Robert Simpson. Palmer and the orchestra are recording the entire programme for issue on the SOMM label. Further information from the Orchestra of St Paul's website.