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Complete solo songs

Title
Complete solo songs [sound recording] / E. J. Moeran.
Author
Moeran, E. J. (Ernest John), 1894-1950.
Publication
Colchester, Essex, England : Chandos Records, p2010.

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Additional Authors
  • McGreevy, Geraldine.
  • Thompson, Adrian.
  • Williams, Roderick.
  • Talbot, John, 1941-
Description
2 sound discs : digital; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Songs. Selections
Alternative Title
Songs.
Subjects
Note
  • Texts by Robert Seymour Bridges, Padriac Colum, John Edward Masefield, Alfred Edward Housman, Dorothy Leigh Sayers, Doreen A.E. Wallace, Robert Wever, Thomas Dekker, William Butler Yeats, William Shakespeare, James Joyce, Arthur William Symons, Robert Nichols, Thomas Campion, John Fletcher, William Browne, Christopher Marlowe, Henry Chettle, Henry Constable, Thomas Lodge, Henry J. Hope and Seamus O'Sullivan.
  • Compact discs.
  • Program notes and biographical notes on the performers in English with French and German translations, and English texts (59 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded Sept. 8, 9, 11, 2008 (songs for baritone), Jan. 20, 22, 2009 (songs for tenor), and Apr. 14, 16, 2009 (songs for soprano) at Menuhin Hall, Yehudi Menuhin School, Stoke d'Abernon, Cobham, Surrey.
Language (note)
  • Sung in English.
Contents
  • CD 1. Spring goeth all in white (1:21) ; When June is come (1:11) / Robert Seymour Bridges -- Mantle of blue / Padriac Colum (1:56) -- Twilight / John Edward Masefield (1:48) -- Ludlow town. When smoke stood up from Ludlow (3:42) ; Farewell to barn and stack and tree (2:37) ; Say, lad, have you things to do? (1:28) ; The lads in their hundreds (1:51) / Alfred Edward Housman -- Two songs. The bean flower / Dorothy Leigh Sayers (2:03) ; Impromptu in March / Doreen A.E. Wallace (1:10) -- In youth is pleasure / Robert Wever (2:20) -- The merry month of May / Thomas Dekker (2:01) -- A dream of death / William Butler Yeats (3:06) -- Come away, death / William Shakespeare (2:17) -- Troll the bowl / Thomas Dekker (1:23) -- Can't you dance the polka / Sea shanty, anon. (1:23) -- Mrs. Dyer, the baby farmer / Victorian crime ballad, anon. (4:01) -- Maltworms / attributed to William Stevenson (2:19) -- Seven poems of James Joyce. Strings in the earth and air (1:39) ; The merry green wood (1:11) ; Bright cap (0:46) ; The pleasant valley (1:25) ; Donnycarney (1:23) ; Rain has fallen (1:47) ; Now, o now, in this brown land (3:59) / James Joyce --
  • CD 2. When I came last to Ludlow (1:17) ; 'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock town (1:31) ; Far in a western brookland (2:30) ; Loveliest of trees (1:41) ; Oh fair enough are sky and plain (first version) (2:22) ; Oh fair enough are sky and plain (second version) (2:25) ; Oh fair enough are sky and plain (third version) (2:46) / Alfred Housman -- Weep you no more / 16th c., anon. (2:15) -- The sweet o' the year / William Shakespeare (0:58) -- The day of palms / Arthur William Symons (3:18) -- Blue-eyed spring / Robert Nichols (1:13) -- Rosefrail (1:18) ; Tilly (2:26) ; Rahoon (3:04) / James Joyce -- Four English lyrics. Cherry ripe / Thomas Campion (1:54) ; Willow song / John Fletcher (1:30) ; The constant lover / William Browne (1:32) ; The passionate shepherd / Christopher Marlowe (3:15) -- Four Shakespeare songs. The lover and his lass (1:37) ; Where the bee sucks (1:28) ; When daisies pied (1:16) ; When icicles hang by the wall (1:12) / William Shakespeare -- Diaphenia / Henry Chettle or Henry Constable (2:11) -- Rosaline / Thomas Lodge (3:25) -- The monk's fancy / Henry J. Hope (2:14) -- Invitation in Autumn (4:10) ; If there be any gods (1:19) ; Six poems of Seamus O'Sullivan. Evening (1:59) ; The poplars (2:13) ; A cottager (2:02) ; The dustman (1:04) ; Lullaby (2:29) ; The herdsman (2:36) / Seamus O'Sullivan.
LCCN
095115159620
OCLC
  • ocn645980814
  • 645980814
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries