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Edward Harper: Lights Out
No. 1. The Trumpet
No. 2. The Ash Grove
No. 3. The Wind's Song
No. 4. Lights Out
Lyell Cresswell: Prayer to Appease the Spirit of the Land
Prayer to Appease the Spirit of the Land
Kenneth Leighton: Animal Heaven, Op. 83
No. 1. Song of Myself
No. 2. The Heaven of Animals
Sally Beamish: 4 Findrinny Songs
No. 1. Short Heraldry
No. 2. Grey Seal
No. 3. Three Horizons
No. 4. Italia
Roger Williams: Oh! Mr. Lear!
I. There was an Old Man in a tree
II. There was an Old Man of the Isles
III. Lay doon yer wee heidie, "A Scottish Lullaby"
IV. There was an Old Man of Dundee
David Johnson: God, Man and the Animals
I. When God created the world
II. Thirty years?
III. Thirty years?
IV. Thirty years?
V. Finally, man appeared, vigorous, full of joy
VI. So man lives seventy years
“Curiously, there seems to be quite a collection of recently written Scottish music for the unlikely combination of soprano, recorder, cello and harpsichord. Whatever the reason, Animal Heaven putts together a rather neat collection of fresh-textured works, including Edward Harper's quirky Lights out, Lyell Cresswell's haunting Prayer to Appease the Spirit of the Lamb, Kenneth Leighton's Britten-like Animal Heaven, Sally Beamish's delicious Four Findrinny Songs and David Johnson's narrative, softly whimsical God, Man and the Animals.”