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WALLACE, W.V.: Celtic Fantasies (Tuck, Bonynge)

WALLACE, W.V.: Celtic Fantasies (Tuck, Bonynge)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2012


Artists:

Rosemary Tuck

Soloist

Richard Bonynge

Soloist

Venue:

Forde Abbey, Chard, Somerset, UK



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 78:04
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WALLACE, W.V.: Celtic Fantasies (Tuck, Bonynge)

     
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WILLIAM VINCENT WALLACE

     
1 

The Yellow Hair'd Laddie - Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad

3:37
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
2 

Brilliant Fantasia on My Nanny, O! - My Ain Kind Dearie - Bonnie Dundee

5:13
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
3 

The Gloomy Night is Gathering Fast - The Lass o' Gowrie

5:23
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
4 

Go Where the Glory Waits Thee - Love's Young Dream

3:31
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
5 

When Ye Gang Awa' Jamie

2:56
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
6 

The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls - Fly Not Yet

3:36
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
7 

Desmond's Song

4:56
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
8 

Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms - An Irish Melody

3:04
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
9 

The Blue Bells of Scotland

3:44
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
10 

Fantaisie brillante de Salon pour piano sur des Melodies Ecossaises Roy's Wife - We're a' Noddin'

4:30
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
11 

John Anderson My Jo - Thou Hast Left Me Forever, Jamie

3:46
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
12 

The Weary Pund o' Tow - There's Nae Luck About This House

3:10
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
13 

Flow On, Thou Shining River - Nora Creina

4:03
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
14 

Maggie Lauder

2:43
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
15 

Rondino on the Scotch Melody Bonnie Prince Charlie

3:03
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
16 

Kinloch of Kinloch - I'm O'er Young to Marry Yet

3:24
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
17 

Scots Wha Hae

4:46
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
18 

Home Sweet Home

4:51
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist
     
19 

Ye Banks and Braes

3:36
 Richard Bonynge Soloist
     
20 

Auld Robin Gray - The Boatie Rows

4:12
 Rosemary Tuck Soloist


Wallace was, from his youth, steeped in Irish and Scottish traditional music. In 1848, five years after his brilliant successes in New York as a virtuoso pianist, he published his first set of arrangements, others following almost to the year of his death. In these ingenious and lovely works, written for the burgeoning domestic market, he avoids sentimentality, concentrating instead on warmth, wit, a touch of self-quotation, and brilliance. Rosemary Tuck and Richard Bonynge are the world’s leading interpreters of Wallace’s music.

... Tuck and Bonynge sound as if this music is in their blood. It just ripples forth from their fingers. Above all, this is music meant to entertain; and it does this most effectively... If you love the music of Gottschalk this should have great appeal as well... The sound is good ..."

Alan Becker - American Record Guide - July/August 2012


                  Perfomance ****        Recording ****

"...Many of these pieces were designed to be playable by talented amateurs, and the eschewal of showy virtuoso writing becomes a virtue in itself. Even relatively simple music needs to be played with skill, clarity of vision and honest feeling. Tuck shows these in abundance, producing another lively, engaging recital."

Barry Witherden - Gramophone magazine - June 2012




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