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MOERAN: Songs of Springtime / BAINTON: Open Thy Gates / BENJAMIN: 3 Mystical Songs

Moeran/ Benjamin/ Bainton/ Heward - Songs of Springtime

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2012

Originally recorded in 1995

Artists:

Stephen Jones


City Chamber Choir of London



Venue:

Vestry Hall, London College of Music & Media

28 & 29 Oct 1995

Producer:

John Talbot



Engineer:

Stephen Coles



Record Label
British Music Society

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 49:27
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MOERAN: Songs of Springtime / BAINTON: Open Thy Gates / BENJAMIN: 3 Mystical Songs

   
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  Songs of Springtime  
   
 

ERNEST JOHN MOERAN

 

Songs of Springtime

 
1 Under the Greenwood Tree 1:17
2 The River-God's Song 1:51
3 Spring, the Sweet Spring 1:29
4 Love is a Sickness 3:45
5 Sigh No More, Ladies 1:40
6 Good Wine 1:22
7 To Daffodils 3:04
8 Weep You No More, Sad Fountains 2:31
9 Gather Ye Rosebuds 1:14
10 Robin Hood Bourne on his Bier 3:04
11 The Jolly Carter 2:10
12 The Sailor and Young Nancy 3:06
13 Irish Elegy 2:38
   
 

ARTHUR BENJAMIN

 

Three Mystical Pieces

 
14 I See His Blood upon the Rose 1:56
15 The Mystery 1:27
16 He is the Lonely Greatness 2:07
   
 

EDGAR BAINTON

17 

Open Thy Gates

2:18
18 

Night

2:15
19 

In the Wilderness

4:00
   
 

LESLIE HEWARD

20 

The Witches' Sabbath

6:13
   


Partsongs for unaccompanied mixed chorus
 

" ...extremes of joyous excitement ... heart-tearing sadness ...Lovers of British choral music are in for a treat!"

Brian Blyth - Daubney News 71 - September 1996)


"...a most congenial programme, ending with a tour de force ( The Witches’ Sabbath)  which must be brought forward into the light and accorded first welcome.... their disc deserves every success."

Gramophone magazine




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