I Love My Love

Albion Records: ALBCD032

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I Love My Love

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1st Sept 2017




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I Love My Love

Butterworth, G:

A Shropshire Lad - Rhapsody

British Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Boult


Two Interlinked French Melodies

Light Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Boult


The Turtle Dove

The English Singers

Just as the tide was flowing

The English Singers

Down in yon Forest

The English Singers

An Acre of Land

The English Singers

A Farmer's Son

The English Singers

Ca' the yowes

The English Singers

The dark-eyed sailor

The English Singers

It's of a Lawyer

The English Singers

We've been a while a wandering

The English Singers

Wassail Song (Here We Come A-Wassailing)

The English Singers

The Keys of Heaven

Steuart Wilson (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)

Rio Grande

Steuart Wilson (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)

The Crocodile

Steuart Wilson (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)

Admiral Benbow

Frederick Ranalow (baritone)

O No John!

Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano), Ivor Newton (piano)

The Crystal Spring

I will give my love an apple

Londonderry Air

Leon Goossens (oboe), Clarence Raybould (piano)

Brigg Fair

Norman Stone (tenor), Oriana Madrigal Society

G. Kennedy Scott

The Turtle Dove

Glasgow Orpheus Choir

Sir Hugh Roberton

I love my Love

The Fleet Street Choir

T.B. Lawrence

Vaughan Williams:

Tuesday Morning (from Hugh the Drover)

Mary Lewis (Mary), William Anderson (The Constable), Frederick Collier (John the Butcher), Trefor Jones (Ballad-Seller)

British National Opera Company, Malcolm Sargent



Scheduled for release on 1 September 2017. Order it now and we will deliver it as soon as it is available.

I Love my Love is a collection of remastered 78 rpm recordings of folk songs. It focuses on folk songs of classical beauty, presented in generally straightforward arrangements, collected in the early years of the 20th century. There is a depth of humanity in these songs that connects us to a not-so-distant past. The stories and sentiments they describe, of love, war, courtship, separation and the vagaries of the seasons, can make us smile, empathise and, sometimes, still move us to tears.

Sunday Times

20th August 2017

“This Vaughan Williams Society disc, based on 78rpm records collected by David Mitchell, opens a window on a lost England of folk songs and arrangements...and a style instantly pinnable to its period, as in Adrian Boult’s first recording of Butterworth’s A Shropshire Lad.”

The Observer

20th August 2017


“the era it captures is not that of the original folk traditions but that of the civilising arrangements in which 20th-century composers clothed them: cut-glass accents and deftly anachronistic piano accompaniments...a touching reminder of a frightfully polite age.”

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