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There is sweet music

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2009


Artists:

John Rutter



Nicholas Sears

Baritone

Mark Padmore

Tenor

Philip Sheffield

Tenor

The Cambridge Singers



Record Label
Collegium Records

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Choir

Total Time - 55:44
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C.V STANFORD

1 

The Blue bird

3:55
 
     
 

FREDERICK DELIUS

 

Two Unaccompanied Partsongs

 
2 To be sung of a summer night on the water I 2:16
 
     
3 To be sung of a summer night on the water II 2:18
 Mark Padmore Tenor
     
 

EDWARD ELGAR

 

Three Shakespeare Songs

 
4 There is sweet music 5:26
 
     
5 My love dwelt in a Northern land 4:20
 
     
 

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

6 Full fathom five 3:16
 
     
7 

The cloud-capped towers

2:18
 
     
8 

Over hill, over dale

1:01
 
     
 

ERNEST JOHN MOERAN

9 

The sailor and young Nancy

3:02
  English traditional  
 
     
 

PERCY GRAINGER

10 

Brigg Fair

2:57
  English traditional  
 Philip Sheffield Tenor
     
11 

Londonderry air

3:25
  English traditional  
 
     
 

EDWARD T. CHAPMAN (ARR.)

12 

The three ravens

4:52
  English traditional  
 Nicholas Sears Baritone
     
 

GUSTAV HOLST

13 

My sweetheart's like Venus

1:52
  English traditional  
 
     
 

EDWARD BAIRSTOW

14 

The oak and the ash

3:00
  English traditional  
 
     
 

C.V STANFORD

15 

Quick! We have but a second

0:41
  English traditional  
 
     
 

BENJAMIN BRITTEN

 

Five Flower Songs

 
16 To daffodils 1:38
 
     
17 The succession of the four sweet months 2:04
 
     
18 Marsh flowers 2:32
 
     
19 The evening primrose 2:36
 
     
20 Ballad of green broom 2:15
 
 John Rutter


Featuring masterpieces by Benjamin Britten (Five Flower Songs), Vaughan Williams (Three Shakespeare Songs), Stanford, Delius and Elgar alongside folk-song arrangements by Bairstow, Chapman, Grainger, Holst, Moeran and Stanford, this collection highlights a golden age of the English part-song, now somewhat neglected but nonetheless offering many gem-like compositions worthy of re-investigation.

"These performers hold you entranced."

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