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DC 4002

Falla/ Rodrigo/Berio/Weir: Songs from the exotic

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Polly May

mezzo soprano

Lucy Walker

piano

Venue:

Reid Concert Hall, Edinburgh



Producer:

Kevin Findlan



Engineer:

Paul Baxter



Record Label
Delphian

Genre:

Piano


Vocal & Song

Total Time - 41:10
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MANUEL DE FALLA

(1874-1946)
 

Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas

13:23  
1 El Pano Moruno 1:15
2 Seguidilla Murciana 1:26
3 Asturiana 2:13
4 Jota 3:38
5 Nana 1:46
6 Cancion 1:22
7 Polo 1:33
   
 

JUDITH WEIR

(b. 1954)
 

Songs from the Exotic

10:39  
8 Sevdalino, my little one 2:15
9 In the lovely village of Nevesinje 3:20
10 The Romance of Count Arnaldos 2:51
11 The Song of a Girl Ravished Away by the Fairies in South Uist 2:13
   
 

JOAQUIN RODRIGO

(1901-1999)
 

Madrigals Amatorios

8:39  
12 ¿Con que le lavare? 2:29
13 Vos me matasteis 2:36
14 ¿De donde venis, amore? 1:05
15 De los alamos vengo, madre 2:29
   
 

LUCIANO BERIO

(b. 1925)
 

Quattro Canzoni Popolari

8:39  
16 Dolce cominciamento 2:29
17 La donna ideale 2:36
18 Avendo gran disio 1:05
19 Ballo 2:29


This debut from rising star Polly May includes premiere recordings of the original versions of Judith Weir’s Songs from the Exotic and Luciano Berio’s Quattro canzoni popolari.


 


"The musky, warm mezzo-soprano of Polly May, and the robust piano-playing of Lucy Walker... are well-suited to this earthy repertoire... much to enjoy in this fresh and courageous venture."

BBC Music Magazine - March 2002



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