Browse: Britten - O Waly, Waly
This page lists all recordings of O Waly, Waly by Benjamin Britten (1913-76).
Roderick Williams (baritone) & Iain Burnside (piano)
Williams brings a gentler, more intimate touch to what Fischer-Dieskau called their 'enigmatic smile': Blake's Tyger burns bright but with less fierce teeth, and there is more melancholy than... — More…
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) & Graham Johnson (piano)
We are lucky that Anthony Rolfe Johnson left such a legacy of recordings, but new additions are still welcome. This live recital from the Theatre Royal de la Monnaie dates from 1996, placing... — More…
Kathleen Ferrier (contralto), Elsie Suddaby (soprano), Eric Greene (tenor), William Parsons (baritone), Osborne Peasgood (organ), Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord), Joan Taylor (soprano), John Newmark (piano), Phyllis Spurr (piano), Ernest Lush (piano), Max Gilbert (viola), Jo Vincent (soprano), Irmgard...
Peter Pears (tenor), Benjamin Britten (piano), Dennis Brain (horn), Peter Pears (Peter Quint), David Hemmings (Miles), Arda Mandikian (Miss Jessel), Olive Dyer (Flora), Jennifer Vyvyan (Governess), Norma Procter (alto), Galina Vishnevskaya (soprano), Josephine Veasey (Hermia), Benjamin Luxon (Owen...
so astute is his characterization and formidable his musical intelligence that he is able to portray the comic flavour of Albert Herring with as much conviction as the haunting melancholy of... — More…
Songs by Beethoven, Britten & Mahler
Cora Burggraaf (mezzo-soprano), Simon Lepper (piano), Liza Ferschtman (violin) & Floris Mijnders (cello)
The essence of folk song is outward simplicity: this disc is a wide-ranging selection of arrangements and originals, performed with artful directness. — More…