Songs of the British Isles

Naxos: 8111081

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Songs of the British Isles

Label:

Naxos

Catalogue No:

8111081
(8.111081)

Discs:

1

Release date:

28th March 2005

Barcode:

0747313308125

Length:

74 minutes

Medium:

CD
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Songs of the British Isles


Bridge:

Go Not, Happy Day

Parry:

Love is a bable, Op. 152 No. 3

Quilter:

Now sleeps the crimson petal, Op. 3 No. 2 (Tennyson)

The fair house of joy

To Daisies, Op. 8 No. 3

Over the mountains

Stanford:

The Fairy Lough Op. 77 No. 2, from An Irish Idyll in Six Miniatures (1901)

A soft day

trad.:

Ma bonny lad

The Keel Row

Blow the wind southerly

I have a bonnet trimmed with blue

I will walk with my love

The stuttering lovers

Down by the Salley Gardens

The lover's curse

Kitty my love

My boy Willie

I know where I'm going

The fidgety bairn

Ca' the yowes

O Waly, Waly ('The Water is Wide')

Come you not from Newcastle

Willow, willow

Have you seen but the whyte lillie grow

Ye banks and braes

Drink to me only with thine eyes

Vaughan Williams:

Silent Noon

Warlock:

Sleep

Pretty Ring Time


Kathleen Ferrier (contralto), Phyllis Spurr / John Newmark / Frederick Stone (piano)

Recorded 1949-1952

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Traditional: Ma bonny lad (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

Ma bonny lad (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

Traditional: The Keel Row (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

The Keel Row (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

Traditional: Blow the wind southerly (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

Blow the wind southerly (arr. W.G. Whittaker)

Traditional: I have a bonnet trimmed with blue (arr. H. Hughes)

I have a bonnet trimmed with blue (arr. H. Hughes)

Traditional: My boy Willie (arr. C. Sharp)

My boy Willie (arr. C. Sharp)

Traditional: I know where I'm going (arr. H. Hughes)

I know where I'm going (arr. H. Hughes)

Traditional: The fidgety bairn (arr. H. Roberton)

The fidgety bairn (arr. H. Roberton)

Traditional: I will walk with my love (arr. H. Hughes)

I will walk with my love (arr. H. Hughes)

Traditional: Ca' the yowes (arr. M. Jacobson)

Ca' the yowes (arr. M. Jacobson)

Traditional: O waly, waly (arr. B. Britten)

O waly, waly (arr. B. Britten)

Peter Warlock: Willow, willow (arr. P. Warlock)

Willow, willow (arr. P. Warlock)

Traditional: The stuttering lovers (arr. H. Hughes)

The stuttering lovers (arr. H. Hughes)

Roger Quilter: 3 Songs, Op. 3

Now sleeps the crimson petal

Roger Quilter: 7 Elizabethan Lyrics, Op. 12

The fair house of joy

Roger Quilter: To Julia, Op. 8

To daisies

Roger Quilter: Over the mountains

Over the mountains

Traditional: Have you seen but the whyte lillie grow (arr. S. Grew)

Have you seen but the whyte lillie grow (arr. S. Grew)

Roger Quilter: Ye banks and braes (arr. R. Quilter)

Ye banks and braes (arr. R. Quilter)

Roger Quilter: Drink to me only (arr. R. Quilter)

Drink to me only (arr. R. Quilter)

Traditional: Down by the Salley Gardens (arr. H. Hughes)

Down by the Salley Gardens (arr. H. Hughes)

Traditional: The lover's curse (arr. H. Hughes)

The lover's curse (arr. H. Hughes)

Charles Villiers Stanford: An Irish Idyll in 6 Miniatures, Op. 77

The fairy lough

Charles Villiers Stanford: A Soft Day

A soft day

Hubert Parry: Love is a bable, Op. 152, No. 3

Love is a bable, Op. 152, No. 3

Ralph Vaughan Williams: Silent Noon

Silent noon

Frank Bridge: Go not, happy day

Go not, happy day

Peter Warlock: Sleep

Sleep

Peter Warlock: Pretty Ring Time

Pretty ring-time

Traditional: Come you not from Newcastle (arr. B. Britten)

Come you not from Newcastle (arr. B. Britten)

Traditional: Kitty my love (arr. H. Hughes)

Kitty my love (arr. H. Hughes)

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