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The Very Best Of English Song (2CD) - COMPILATION

The Very Best Of English Song (2CD)

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-Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958): ‘Linden Lea’ [2’51"]
-John IRELAND (1879-1962): ‘The Salley Gardens’ (Songs Sacred and Profane, No. 4) [2’14"]
-Sir Hubert PARRY (1848-1918): ‘O mistress mine’ (English Lyrics Set II, No. 1) [2’14"]
-Roger QUILTER (1877-1953): ‘Love’s Philosophy’, Op. 3, No. 1 [1’27"]
-Dame Janet Baker (mezzo soprano); Gerald Moore (piano)
-Roger QUILTER: ‘Now sleeps the crimson petal’, Op. 3, No. 2 [2’11"]
-Graham PEEL (1877-1937): ‘Bredon Hill’ [3’44"]
-Sir Thomas Allen (baritone); Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
-George BUTTERWORTH (1865-1918): ‘Loveliest of trees’ (A Shropshire Lad, No. 1) [2’51"]
-Ivor GURNEY (1890-1937): ‘Down by the Salley Gardens’ [2’34"]; ‘Black Stitchel’ [2’10"]
-Peter WARLOCK (1894-1930): ‘My Own Country’ [2’34"]; ‘Passing By’ [2’30"]; ‘Pretty Ring Time’ [1’11"]
-Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor); David Willison (piano)
-Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: ‘The Lamb’* [2’16"]; ‘The Shepherd’ [0’49"] (Ten Blake Songs Nos. 5 and 6)
-Ian Partridge (tenor); *Janet Craxton (oboe)
-Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS ‘Silent Noon’ (The House of Life No. 2) [4’16"]
-Roger QUILTER ‘Come away, death’ [3’02"]
-Gerald FINZI (1901-1956): ‘Since we loved’ (O fair to see No. 7) [1’12"]
-Ian Bostridge (tenor); Julius Drake (piano)
-Gerald FINZI: ‘Rollicum-rorum’ (Earth and Air and Rain No.6) [2’01"]
-John IRELAND: ‘Sea Fever’ [2’11"]
-Frederick KEEL (1871-1954): ‘Trade Winds’ (Salt-Water Ballads No. 2) [2’19"]
-Jonathan Lemalu (bass-baritone); Roger Vignoles (piano)
-Sir Charles Villiers STANFORD (1852-1924): ‘Drake’s Drum’ [2’43"] ‘The Old Superb’ [3’23"] (Songs of the Sea, Nos. 1 and 5)
-Robert Lloyd (bass); Nina Walker (piano)
-Amy WOODFORDE-FINDEN (1860-1919): ‘Kashmiri Song’ (Four Indian Love-Lyrics No. 3) [2’54"]
-Frederick Harvey (baritone); Jack Byfield (piano)
-May BRAHE (1884-1956): ‘Bless this House’ [3’16"]
-Peter WARLOCK: ‘Balulalow’ [1’45"]
-Dame Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano); Sir Philip Ledger (organ)
-Charles DIBDIN (1745-1814): ‘Tom Bowling’ [4’19]
-Henry R. BISHOP (1786-1855): ‘Home! Sweet home’ [3’37]
-Michael William BALFE (1808-1870): ‘Come into the garden, Maud’ [4’06"]
-Robert Tear (tenor); André Previn (piano)
-Arr. Benjamin BRITTEN (1913-1976): ‘The Foggy, Foggy Dew’ [2’24’]; ‘The Plough Boy’ [1’44"]
-Robert Tear (tenor); Sir Philip Ledger (piano)
-Sir William WALTON (1902-1983): ‘Popular Song’ (Façade No 19) [2’00"]
-Michael Flanders (reciter); members of the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Field directed by Sir Neville Marriner
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-Trad. English ‘Greensleeves’ [2’11"]
-Thomas MORLEY (1557/8 – 1602): ‘It was a lover and his lass’ [3’10"]
-Attrib. MORLEY: ‘O mistress mine’ [1’39"]
-Anon. (17th Century): ‘The Willow Song’ [4’16"]
-Robert JOHNSON (c1583-1633); ‘Where the bee sucks’ [1’14"]; ‘Full fathom five’ [2’06"]
-Alfred Deller (counter-tenor); Desmond Dupré (lute)
-William BYRD (c1540-1623): ‘Lullaby, my sweet little baby’ [5’59"]; ‘Elegy on the death of Thomas Tallis: Ye sacred -muses’ [4’04"]
-Michael Chance (countertenor); Fretwork
-John DOWLAND (1563-1626): ‘Sorrow, stay!’ (Second Book of Songs) [3’04"]; ‘Can she excuse my wrongs? (First Book -of Songs) [2’32"]
-‘Awake, sweet love’ (First Book of Songs) [2’48"]
-‘Woeful heart’* (Second Book of Songs) [2’51"]
-Emma Kirkby (soprano); Anthony Rooley (lute and *orpharion)
-John DOWLAND: ‘Shall I sue?’ [2’37"] (Second Book of Songs); ‘Me, me and none but me’ (Third and Last Book of -Songs) [2’11"]; ‘Flow, my tears’ (Second Book of Songs) [3’51"]
-Charles Daniels (tenor); David Miller (lute)
-Henry PURCELL (1659-1695): ‘Fairest Isle’* [2’36"]; ‘Music for a while’** [3’55"]; ‘I attempt from love’s sickness’*** -[2’02"]; ‘If music be the food of love’ Z379 ****[2’06"]; ‘An Evening Hymn: Now that the sun hath veiled
-his light’ Z193 ***** [5’17"]
-Nancy Argenta (soprano); * Nigel North (archlute); **John Toll (harpsichord); *** Paul Nicholson (harpsichord); **** John -Toll (harpsichord), Richard Boothby (gamba); ***** Paul Nicholson (chamber organ)
-Peter WARLOCK: ‘Yarmouth Fair’ [1’37"]
-Charles G. MORTIMER (1880-1957): The Smuggler’s Song’* [3’33"]
-Owen Brannigan (bass); Ernest Lush (piano); *Gerald Moore (piano)
-Sidney CARTER (b. 1915): ‘Down Below’ [2’41"]
-Donald SWANN (1923-1994): ‘A Transport of Delight’ [2’34"]; ‘The Wart Hog’ [3’43"]
-Ian Wallace (baritone); Donald Swann (piano)
-Donald SWANN: ‘The Hippopotamus Song’ [4’02"]
-Michael Flanders and Donald Swann (recorded live at the Fortune Theatre, London, 2 May 1959)

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Prix : 14,99 $
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Auteur :  COMPILATION
Titre : The Very Best Of English Song (2CD)
Date de parution : août 2003
Éditeur : EMI
Collection : BUDGET CLASSIC AUTRE
Sujet : INSTRIMENT SOLISTE ET ORCHESTR
UPC : 724357592628
Référence Renaud-Bray : 951108022
No de produit : 113236

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