Purcell: When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas) (Dido's Lament) - CD

This page lists all recordings of When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas) (Dido's Lament), by Henry Purcell (1659-95) on CD. Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.

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Inspired by Song

Inspired by Song


D'Urfey:

The King's Health, to Farrinel's Ground

Dowland:

Flow my teares (Lacrimæ)

Eccles, S:

Divisions upon a ground

Eyck:

Engels nachtegaeltje

Doen Daphne d'over schoone Maeght

Geminiani:

Lady Ann Bothwel’s Lament

An Irish Tune

Nussen:

Can Love be controul'd?

Pepusch:

Can Love be controul'd by advice?

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Schop:

Lacrimae Pavan

trad.:

John come kiss me now

Lady Anne Bothwell’s Lament

When Daphne did from fair Phoebus fly

Faronells Ground

Greensleeves


Dorothee Mields (soprano)

The Gentleman's Band, Stefan Temmingh (recorder & direction)

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Deutsche HM - 88843044582

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Purcell: Music for a While (Strictly Limited Edition - Casebound Deluxe CD+DVD)

Purcell: Music for a While (Strictly Limited Edition - Casebound Deluxe CD+DVD)

Improvisations on Purcell


Cohen, L:

Hallelujah

bonus track

Purcell:

Twas within a furlong of Edinburgh Town (from The Mock Marriage, Z605)

Music for a while, Z583

Strike the Viol (from Come Ye Sons of Art, Z323)

An Evening Hymn 'Now that the sun hath veiled his light', Z193

In vain the am'rous flute (from Hail, Bright Cecilia!, Z328)

A Prince of glorious race, from Who can from joy refrain?

O solitude, my sweetest choice, Z406

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Wondrous machine

Here the deities approve, Z339

Ah ! Belinda

Hark how the songsters of the grove (from Timon of Athens, Z632)

One charming night (from The Fairy Queen, Z629)

Man that is born of a woman, Z27

Plainte - O, Let Me Weep (from The Fairy Queen, Z629)

Curtain Tune from Timon of Athens Z632

Music for a while, Z583

Bonus DVD

Twas within a furlong of Edinburgh Town (from The Mock Marriage, Z605)

Bonus DVD

Strike the Viol (from Come Ye Sons of Art, Z323)

Bonus DVD

Here the deities approve, Z339

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Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor), Raquel Andueza (soprano), Vincenzo Capezzuto (alto), Dominique Visse (countertenor), Gianluigi Trovesi (clarinet) & Wolfgang Muthspiel (acoustic guitar & electric guitar)

L’Arpeggiata, Christina Pluhar

CD+DVD

After the intoxicating heat of Mediterraneo, released in 2013, Christina Pluhar and her ensemble L’Arpeggiata – again in the company of countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, soprano Raquel Andueza and alto singer Vincenzo Capezzuto – now head to the cooler climes of England with Music for a while, an album based on the haunting, graceful and sometimes deeply moving music of Henry Purcell.

Often considered England’s greatest composer, Purcell (1659-1695) represents an especially good match for the aesthetic of L’Arpeggiata: he made frequent use of the ground bass, a repeated (ostinato) figure in the lower line – the most famous instance of this occurs in Dido’s lament ‘When I am laid in earth’, the closing number from his opera Dido and Aeneas. The ground bass provides an ideal foundation for the brilliant, sometimes jazz-like improvisation that is the stock-in-trade of the L’Arpeggiata, here comprising singers, (plucked) strings, wind instruments, keyboard and percussion.

As the New York Times has written: “Just as the composers and ensembles that ply the indie path in new music combine structures and language from contemporary classical styles with gestures and timbres from pop and world music, L’Arpeggiata has lately been hopping through cultures and across centuries. The group uses modern pop vocal inflections and improvisational techniques from jazz in its performances of antique pieces ... Its audacious hybrids are driven principally by a fascination with reviving the Baroque art of ornamental extemporization and a curiosity about how contemporary improvisatory styles might be enlisted in that quest.” When L’Arpeggiata appeared at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel auditorium in 2012, the newspaper reported that: “Here a lean septet combined precision and poise with the intuitive flexibility of a jazz combo.”

The contemporary element in Music for a while (named after a song written for John Dryden’s play Oedipus) is exemplified by the contribution, on acoustic and electric guitar, of Austrian jazz-player Wolfgang Muthspiel, while the Baroque tradition is embodied in the celebrated French countertenor Dominique Visse, a singer who set an example for Philippe Jaroussky; Visse was a student of the pioneering British countertenor Alfred Deller (1912-1979), closely associated with the music of Purcell and the revival of interest in Baroque music.

In the course of 2014, Music for a while will be presented at concerts in Rome, Paris, Grenoble, Berlin, Ludwigsburg and London. When the Mediteraneo programme was presented in London in 2013, The Arts Desk reported that: “Perhaps the best bits of any L’Arpeggiata concert are the improvisations. Laying down a ground bass (a riff by any other name) the group then take it in turns to step forward for jazz-style breaks. Jazz might have come down to us via Africa but I defy anyone to hear a Purcell or Monteverdi ground and not trace the natural genealogy. Pluhar here makes her case without effort as we marvel at plucked bass and drums or – most impressive – a percussion solo for the finest wizard of percussion David Mayoral, giving us a single skin that can shriek, cry or sing according to the strokings of his fingers.”

In Germany, the Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichten described a concert given by L’Arpeggiata with Philippe Jaroussky as “a rare two-hour feast of music-making. For years, exulting in sound, [Christina Pluhar and L’Arpeggiata] have been demonstrating in the most persuasive way how fresh and timeless ‘old’ music can sound. Pluhar recognises no borders, no divisions between eras. For her, it is all music.”

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Patricia Petibon: Nouveau Monde

Patricia Petibon: Nouveau Monde

Baroque Arias & Songs


anon.:

Cachua a voz y bajo Al Nacimiento de Christo Nuestro Señor (from Codex Martinez Compañon)

Tonada la Lata a voz y bajo, para bailar cantando (from Codex Martinez Compañon)

Mon amy s’en est allé

Tonada la Lata el Congo a voz y bajo para baylar cantando (from Codex Martinez Compañon)

Greensleeves to a ground

Bailly:

Yo soy la locura

Charpentier, M-A:

Quel prix de mon amour (from Medée)

Prélude...Noires filles du Styx (from Medée)

Dieu du Cocyte et des Royaumes sombres (from Medée)

Handel:

No se emendará jamás, HWV 140

Nebra Blasco:

El bajel que no recela (from Vendado es amor, no es ciego)

En amor, pastorcillos, no hay quien distinga (from Vendado es amor, no es ciego)

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Fairest Isle (from King Arthur)

Rameau:

Rondeau – Forêts paisibles (from Les Indes Galantes)

Les Indes galantes: Tempête : La nuit couvre les cieux !

trad.:

J’ai vu le loup, le renard et la belette


Patricia Petibon (soprano)

La Cetra Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon

Admired for her remarkable creative imagination and exemplary musicianship, soprano Patricia Petibon, in her newest album for Deutsche Grammophon, offers a treasure-trove of fascinating Baroque curiosities guaranteed to enthral both the Baroque aficionado and the casual listener.

Nouveau Monde is conceived as a journey from the Old to the New World, a spell-binding collection of arias, songs and pieces from European composers (Charpentier, Händel, Rameau, Purcell) that testify to their composers’ fascination with the exoticism of recently-discovered lands, as well as South American folksongs which boast exceptional rhythmic energy and colour

Spectacularly accompanied by the La Cetra Baroque Orchestra under the excelling direction of Andrea Marcon – who also stands out as a Baroque organist and harpsichordist - Patricia enchants our senses with a mélange of 17th-century arias and folk songs from England, France, Spain, and Latin America

As a follow-up to her best-selling Rosso and Melancolía albums, Patricia Petibon’s 2012 release is guaranteed to be one of the most popular and sought-after Baroque releases of the year

“Conquest is one theme, confession another; the whole a breakneck A-Z of Baroque song from airs de cours to zarzuela.” BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2012 ****

“'Nouveau Monde' is a tightly thought-through and arranged and compelling programme, a tour de force for its performer/compiler, most atmospherically recorded. Compulsive, repeatable listening.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2013

GGramophone Magazine

Editor's Choice - January 2013

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Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson: A Tribute

Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson: A Tribute


Bach, J S:

Bist du bei mir, BWV508

Handel:

Qui d'amor (from Ariodante)

Scherza, infida (from Ariodante)

Dopo notte (from Ariodante)

Theodora: Angels, ever bright and fair

Theodora, HWV 68: With Darkness deep

Theodora, HWV 68: Oh! that I on wings could rise

To thee, thou glorious son of worth (from Theodora)

with Drew Minter (counter-tenor)

Messiah: Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion

Messiah: But who may abide

Messiah: He was despised

Messiah: I know that my Redeemer liveth

Clori, degli occhi miei, HWV 91a

Susanna, HWV 66: Bending to the throne of glory

Crystal streams in murmurs flowing: Susanna

Susanna, HWV 66: Guilt trembling spoke my doom

Susanna: If guiltless blood be your intent

Qual nave smarrita (from Radamisto)

Come to me, soothing sleep (from Ottone)

Svegliatevi nel core (from Giulio Cesare)

Qual Leon (from Arianna)

Purcell:

Thy hand, Belinda … When I am laid in earth (from Dido & Aeneas)

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)


As a tribute to the artistry of Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, this retrospective gathers together many of the finest recordings of arias and duets made during her acclaimed association with harmonia mundi. The booklet notes include tributes from her husband, Peter Lieberson, Nicholas McGegan and her obituary from Le Monde.

Lorraine Hunt - who became Lorraine Hunt Lieberson after her marriage to the American composer Peter Lieberson in 1999 - was born on March 1st 1954, in San Francisco. Her father was a music teacher and a conductor, her mother a contralto and a voice teacher. She played viola professionally until she was 26, when she found that her voice could be a better and richer way to express her musicality and secure her professional future. Lorraine would have a professional singing career of only 2 decades (1984-2006), interrupted twice by illness. She died from cancer on July 3, 2006, aged 52.

For harmonia mundi, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson recorded operas, oratorios and Handel arias, conducted notably by Nicholas McGegan. For Erato, she added the rôles of Rameau’s Phèdre and Charpentier’s Medea, under William Christie. Since her death, other taped live performances have been added to her discography, including two Wigmore Hall Live recitals and Peter Lieberson’s Rilke and Neruda Songs.

In 2009 harmonia mundi issued a recital given at the Ravinia Festival in August 2004 with pianist Peter Serkin. More recently, new label Philharmonia Baroque has issued Lorraine’s live performances of Les Nuits d’Eté and Handel Arias.

A formidable musician, a natural-born actress, she was at her best in roles of sacrificed victims, which didn’t prevent her from displaying a dark sense of humour. After having sung during the same evening Stravinsky’s Jocasta and Britten’s Phaedra, she once said: ‘Two suicides in one night! That’s right up my alley’.

“For those who loved Lorraine and her singing, and for those who have not yet heard her, my gratitude to harmonia mundi.” PETER LIEBERSON (b.1946, d.2011)

“Handel's popular "Angels, ever bright and fair" from Theodora and "Scherza infida" from Ariodante remind us of her musical intelligence and vitality...The final tracks on each disc, Dido's Lament and "Bist du bei mir" from the Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach, are almost unbearably moving in their characteristic simplicity and intensity. She is much missed.” The Observer, 24th July 2011

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Danielle de Niese: The Beauty of Baroque

Danielle de Niese: The Beauty of Baroque


Bach, J S:

Cantata BWV202 'Weichet Nur, betrübte Schatten' (Wedding Cantata)

Sheep May Safely Graze, from Cantata BWV208

Dowland:

Come again, sweet love doth now invite

What if I never speed?

Handel:

Ombra mai fu (from Serse)

Samson: Let the bright seraphim

Acis and Galatea: Heart, the seat of soft delight

Arr. Mozart. Performed in English

Io t'abbraccio (from Rodelinda)

with Andreas Scholl (countertenor)

The Triumph of Time and Truth: Guardian angels

Monteverdi:

Pur ti miro (I gaze upon you) from L'Incoronazione di Poppea

with Andreas Scholl (countertenor)

Quel sguardo sdegnosetto

Pergolesi:

Stabat mater: Opening duet

with Andreas Scholl (countertenor)

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)


Since her early success in Glyndebourne’s now famous production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare, Danielle de Niese has become most closely associated with the music of the Baroque. The New York Times commented: “A voice seductive enough to woo gods as well as mortals”.

With her third solo album, Danielle de Niese embodies the Beauty of the Baroque with an album of arias from the English, German, and Italian traditions, accompanied by the leading European Baroque orchestra, The English Concert, under Harry Bicket. Many popular arias feature, including Handel’s, ‘Ombra mai fu’, and highlights from JS Bach’s Cantatas are contrasted with much loved solo songs by Purcell and Dowland.

Decca’s star countertenor Andreas Scholl joins Danielle de Niese for duets including the ravishing duet “Pur ti miro” from Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea.

“It's an intriguing and enjoyable programme...The English Concert provides suitable support throughout, from solo theorbo on Dowland's "What if I never speed?" to the trio of harpsichord, theorbo and viola da gamba with her delightful duet with counter-tenor Andreas Scholl” The Independent, 10th June 2011 ****

“This is a charming recital that shows this popular soprano at her best...she has plenty of vivacity and fresh-toned sweetness. Guardian Angels, from Handel’s “The Triumph of Time and Truth”, is a highlight: a little-known but beautiful aria, sung here with poise and allure.” The Telegraph, 7th July 2011 ****

“she keeps things light on this disc, and for the greater part only shows off her many splendid advantages. Indeed, her flirtatious performance of the famous lute-song Come again can rank as one of the most captivating on disc. The duets with Scholl are a delight too. De Niese's sheer joy in singing leaps off the CD and her emotional immediacy is hard to resist.” Classic FM Magazine, August 2011 ****

“In Dowland's Come again, sweet love doth now invite and What if I never speed?, she sounds like a sexier Emma Kirkby...The English Concert under its Music Director Harry Bicket provides the stylish orchestral and instrumental backing...You really hear the personality behind the voice - the 'Beauty of the Baroque' is, without question, a real artist.” International Record Review, July/August 2011

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OPERA 2011

OPERA 2011


Arne:

Rise, Glory, Rise (Rosamond)

Ian Bostridge (tenor)

Bellini:

Casta Diva (from Norma)

Cheryl Studer (soprano)

Caldara:

Lo seguitai felice (L'Olimpiade)

Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor)

Catalani:

Ebben? Ne andrò lontana (from La Wally)

Maria Callas (soprano)

Cilea:

Ecco: respiro appena. Io son l'umile ancella (from Adriana Lecouvreur)

Kiri te Kanawa (soprano)

Dvorak:

Mesícku na nebi hlubokém 'Song to the Moon' (from Rusalka)

Kate Royal (soprano)

Gershwin:

Bess, you is my woman now (from Porgy and Bess)

Lesley Garrett (soprano), Bryn Terfel (bass-baritone)

Gluck:

Che faro' senza Euridice? (from Orfeo ed Euridice)

David Daniels (countertenor)

Handel:

Se pietà di me non senti (from Giulio Cesare)

Natalie Dessay (soprano)

Poro: D'un Barbaro scortese

Ian Bostridge (tenor)

Ombra mai fu (from Serse)

Gerard Lesne (countertenor)

Leoncavallo:

Vesti la giubba (from I Pagliacci)

Jose Carreras (tenor)

Mascagni:

Ed anchè Beppe amò (from L'amico Fritz)

Luciano Pavarotti (tenor)

Monteverdi:

Pur ti miro (I gaze upon you) from L'Incoronazione di Poppea

Nuria Rial (soprano), Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor)

Mozart:

Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen (from Die Zauberflöte)

Diana Damrau (soprano)

Voi che sapete (from Le nozze di Figaro)

Teresa Berganza (mezzo)

La ci darem la mano (from Don Giovanni)

Susan Graham (mezzo), Placido Domingo (tenor)

Dove sono i bei momenti (from Le nozze di Figaro)

Barbara Hendricks (soprano)

Or sai chi l'onore (from Don Giovanni)

Joan Sutherland (soprano)

Puccini:

Recondita armonia (from Tosca)

Placido Domingo (tenor)

O mio babbino caro (from Gianni Schicchi)

Maria Callas (soprano)

Nessun dorma (from Turandot)

Franco Corelli (tenor)

Dovunque al mondo (from Madama Butterfly)

Jonas Kaufmann (tenor)

Che gelida manina (from La Bohème)

Rolando Villazon (tenor)

E lucevan le stelle (from Tosca)

Roberto Alagna (tenor)

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Susan Graham (mezzo)

Rossini:

Contro un cor (from Il barbiere di Siviglia)

Joyce diDonato (mezzo)

Stabat Mater: Inflammatus

Anna Netrebko (soprano)

Una voce poco fa (from Il barbiere di Siviglia)

Vivica Genaux (mezzo)

Strauss, R:

Mir ist die Ehre widerfahren (from Der Rosenkavalier)

Angelika Kirchschlager (mezzo), Natalie Dessay (soprano)

Vivaldi:

Non fia della vittoria (from Ercole sul Termodonte)

Rolando Villazon (tenor)

Certo pensier ch'ho in petto (from Ercole sul termodonte)

Diana Damrau (soprano)

Non saria pena la mia (from Ercole sul Termodonte)

Joyce diDonato (mezzo)

Wagner:

Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond (from Die Walküre)

Simon O'Neill (tenor)

Nur eine Waffe taugt (from Parsifal)

Simon O'Neill (tenor)


EMI - 0966662

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Andreas Scholl: Purcell - O Solitude

Andreas Scholl: Purcell - O Solitude


Purcell:

If music be the food of love, Z379

Sound the trumpet, beat the drum, Z335

with Christophe Dumaux (countertenor)

Strike the Viol (from Come Ye Sons of Art, Z323)

Fairest Isle (from King Arthur)

Chacony, Z628

What power art thou? (from King Arthur, Z628)

Chacony in G minor - for Two Violins, Viola and Bass Z730

One charming night (from The Fairy Queen, Z629)

Sweeter than Roses (from Pausanius, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585)

[Pausanius, the Betrayer of his Country. (1695), Z585 original version]

An Evening Hymn 'Now that the sun hath veiled his light', Z193

Pavan for Three Violins and Bass in G minor - Z752

O solitude, my sweetest choice, Z406

O dive custos Auriacae domus, Z504

with Christophe Dumaux (countertenor)

Music for a while, Z583

Here the deities approve, Z339

original version

The Gordion Knot Untied - incidental music, Z597

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)


Andreas Scholl (countertenor)

Accademia Bizantina, Stefano Montanari

The greatest countertenor of today, Andreas Scholl returns to the Decca label with a recording of vocal jewels by the great baroque composer, Henry Purcell. This is Andreas Scholl's first ever recording of the music of Purcell and his uniquely beautiful voice is perfectly suited to the English composer's plangent melodies. The album includes pieces written for the stage, the church and the private chamber, some of which Andreas Scholl has sung in recital for many years, and some he sings for the first time.

Andreas Scholl's long-standing collaborators, ‘Accademia Bizantina’ bring out the Italian influence in Purcell's instrumental writing, and contribute orchestral items to the programme. 'O Solitude' is Andreas Scholl's first Decca album since the chart-topping ‘Handel: Arias For Senesino' in 2006.

The album includes the well known lament 'When I Am Laid In Earth' - recently voted the UK's No.1 favourite aria in a BBC Radio 3 poll - written for the character of Dido in Purcell's opera, Dido and Aeneas.

Andreas Scholl is joined for two duets by French countertenor Christophe Dumaux.

“Ethereal yet visceral, Scholl's voice is the dream vehicle for Purcell...Stefano Montanari coaxes thrilling playing from Accademia Bizantina, who dance and swagger, throb and pulsate with true Latin passion. Their continuo realisations - here delicate and intimate, there audaciously jazzy - are an unceasing delight.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2011 *****

“that famously otherworldly tone [is] often breathtakingly in evidence...His decision to tackle Dido's lament has generated controversy: in fact, his performance is extraordinarily haunting...O Dive Custos is arguably the disc's high point. The Academia Bizantina, meanwhile, are on fine form for Stefano Montanari” The Guardian, 13th January 2011 ****

“Scholl understands the importance of words and remains the countertenor of choice: it’s not so much the intelligence and grace that make his artistry so instantly recognisable, as the hypnotically soothing quality of his voice...Among the many joys of this exceptional recital are the accompaniments by Accademia Bizantina.” Financial Times, 21st January 2011 *****

“Few counter-tenors maintain the width of repertoire or vocal acumen of this artist...his Cold Song from “King Arthur” [is] a shivering, juddering triumph, and the entire package pleases.” The Times, 22nd January 2011 ****

“his way with words has strengthened...the two countertenors combine marvellously in O dive custos” Gramophone Magazine, March 2011

“There's no doubt about the theatrical intent driving Scholl's interpretations and the flamboyant work of Italian period instrument band, Accademia Bizantina. The latter's lively continuo group and multi-hued sounds certainly catch the full flavour...few singers...can match him for style and intelligent musicianship in this repertoire.” Classic FM Magazine, March 2011 ****

“[The disc] contains much in the way of sympathetic vocal and instrumental colouring, not to mention some very fine singing and playing, full-stop...Stefano Montanari's stylish violin-playing [in Fairest Isle], as elsewhere, is a treat in itself...Scholl [brings] an animated, urgent quality to his performance, the tone rich and resonant, the diction razor-sharp.” International Record Review, April 2011

BBC Music Magazine Awards 2012

Vocal Award Winner

Decca - 4782262

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Favourite Baroque Arias

Favourite Baroque Arias


Bach, J S:

Sheep May Safely Graze, from Cantata BWV208

Handel:

Ode for St Cecilia's Day: The trumpet's loud clangor

Ombra mai fu (from Serse)

Semele: Where'er you walk

O ruddier than the Cherry (from Acis and Galatea)

Joshua: Heroes, when with glory burning

Jephtha: Waft her, angels, through the skies

Alexander's Feast: Revenge, revenge, Timotheus cries

Samson: How willing my paternal love

Samson: Let the bright seraphim

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Vivaldi:

Sol da te, mio dolce amore (from Orlando furioso)

Weldon:

Arise ye subterranean winds


John-Mark Ainsley, Gillian Fisher, Michael George & James Bowman

King’s Consort, Robert King

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The Organs of Southwell Minster and Chester Cathedral

The Organs of Southwell Minster and Chester Cathedral


Alcock, W G:

Introduction & Passacaglia

Harris, W:

A Fancy

Hovland:

Toccata 'Now Thank We All Our God'

Ireland:

Elegy in D flat

Jackson, F:

Impromptu, Op. 5

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Roger-Ducasse:

Pastorale in F

Swayne:

Riff-Raff for organ, Op. 34

Vierne, L:

Pièces de fantaisie, 3rd suite, Op. 54: No. 6, Carillon de Westminster


Philip Rushforth (organ)

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Edin Karamazov - The Lute is a Song

Edin Karamazov - The Lute is a Song


 

So maki sum se rodila

Old Macedonian song

Bach, J S:

Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV565

Brouwer, L:

Paisaje cubano con rumba

Domeniconi:

Koyunbaba, Op. 19

Handel:

Saul: O Lord, whose mercies numberless

Purcell:

When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)

Sting:

Alone with my thoughts this evening

Zamboni:

Suonata


Edin Karamazov (lutes and electric guitar) with Renee Fleming, Kaliopi, Andreas Scholl & Sting

‘What I want to do with my lute is to sing’ Edin Karamazov

On his extraordinary debut album, the modern master of the lute explores all the colours of this most evocative and versatile of instruments - in music from the Renaissance to the modern day. The many voices of his lutes and guitars are joined by four of today’s most remarkable singers - Renée Fleming, Kaliopi, Andreas Scholl & Sting - in new interpretations of songs from the pop, folk and classical traditions.

“…a release that's as unusual and distinctive as Edin Karamazov's own playing. What other lutenist would open his disc with Leo Brouwer's Paisaje cubano con rumba, originally for four guitars but here played on a single, multi-tracked electric guitar, and follow it by accompanying Sting on archlute as the latter sings his own 'Alone with my thoughts this evening"?” Gramophone Magazine, June 2009

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