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SIG 314

Whither must I wander? English Songs by Vaughan Williams, Finzi and Quilter

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

David John Pike

baritone

Isabelle Trub

piano

Venue:

Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg

(tracks 1-12 & 18-20)

Centre ArcA, Bertrange, Luxembourg

(tracks 13-17 & 21-23)

Producer:

Maurice Barnich



Engineer:

Maurice Barnich



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Piano

Total Time - 65:09
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RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

(1872-1958)
 

Songs of Travel

22:39  
1 The Vagabond 3:04
2 Let Beauty Awake 1:38
3 The Roadside Fire 2:19
4 Youth and Love 3:27
5 In Dreams 2:51
6 The Infinite Shining Heavens 2:15
7 Wither must I wander? 3:34
8 Bright is the ring of words 1:40
9 I have trod the upward and the downward slope 1:41
   
 

from Five Mystical Songs

10:25  
10 I got me flowers 2:36
11 Love vbade me welcome 5:36
12 The Call 2:13
   
 

GERALD FINZI

(1901-1956)
 

Let us garlands bring, Op. 18

16:56  
13 Come away, come away, death 4:08
14 Who is Silvia? 1:28
15 Fear no more the heat o' the sun 6:24
16 O Mistress Mine 2:09
17 It was a lover and his lass 2:47
   
 

ROGER QUILTER

(1877-1953)
 

Three Shakespeare Songs, Op. 6

6:48  
18 Come away, Death 2:36
19 O Mistress mine 1:29
20 Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind 2:33
   
 

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

21 

Silent Noon (from The House of Life)

4:06
22 

Linden Lea

2:32
23 

Blackmmore by the Stour

2:03


Centred around Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel, this collection of English song brings together three now influential figures in the world of British music - Vaughan Williams, his contemporary (in age rather than compositional approach) Roger Quilter, and the younger Gerald Finzi (whose work Let us Garlands Bring was composed to mark Vaughan Williams’ 70th birthday). The texts used are drawn from a variety of sorce: from traditional ’Dorset’ songs, through settings of Shakespere, to the central song-cycle of poetry by Robert Louis Stevenson.
 
Baritone David John Pike has a widely varied repertoire covering early music, oratorio, symphonic, opera and commissioned works. In his natve Canada, in the UK and across Europe, he has worked with leading ensembles including Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London Philharmonic and Schweizerkammerchor under the direction of Christophers, Dutoit, Jurowski, Marriner, Mehta, Rattle and Zinman. He now has a growing reputation as an operatic and concert soloist.
 

                               Performance *****           Recording ****

Michael Scott Rohan - BBC Music magazine - April 2013




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