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The complete works, Voices, Britten

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The complete works, Voices
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The complete works
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Voices
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Britten
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  • "Decca presents the first ever Britten complete works in collaboration with Britten-Pears Foundation and 18 record labels"--Sticker on packaging
  • Texts of some songs included in booklet and an alphabetical index of works
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1 booklet (88 pages)
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digital storage
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audio
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sd
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rdacarrier
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unknown
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performed music
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prm
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rdacontent
Contents
  • CD 33. War Requiem, op. 66 (The Bach Choir & London Symphony Orchestra Chorus, David Willcocks, chorus master ; Highgate School Choir, Edward Chapman, director ; Melos Ensemble ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 34. Spring Symphony, op. 44 (Boys from Emanuel School, Wandsworth ; Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Cantata Academica, op. 62 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; George Malcolm, conductor) ; Hymn to St. Cecilia, op. 27 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; George Malcolm, conductor -- CD 35. Saint Nicolas, op. 42 (Peter Pears, tenor ; David Hemmings, boy soprano ; Aldeburgh Festival Choir and Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Five flower songs, op. 47 (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Cantata misericordium, op. 69 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 36. A boy was born, op. 3 (Purcell Singers ; Boys' Voices of the English Opera Group ; Choristers of All Saints, Margaret Street ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Corpus Christi Carol (1961) (John Hahessy, boy alto ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A wealden trio: Christmas song of the women (1929 rev. 1967) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; The Sycamore Tree (Traditional) (1930 rev. 1967) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; A shepherd's carol (1944) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; Christ's nativity (1931) (BBC Singers ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; A ceremony of carols, op. 28 (Copenhagen Boys' Choir, Mogens Wöldike, choir master ; Enid Simon, harp ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; The holly and the ivy (Traditional) (1957) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) --
  • CD 37. Friday afternoons ; Choral works. Songs from Friday afternoons, op. 7 (Choir of Downside School, Purley, Derrick Herdman, director ; Viola Tunnard, piano ; Gernot Fuhrmann, treble ; Andrei Gavrilov, piano ; Wiener Sängerknaben, Jaume Miranda, chorus master) ; Psalm 150, op. 67 (Downside School Choir & Orchestra ; Derrick Herdman, director ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- Three two-part songs (1932). The ride-by-nights ; The rainbow ; The ship of Rio (New London Children's Choir ; Alexander Wells, piano ; Ronald Corp, conductor)-- Two two-part songs (1933). I lov'd a lass ; Lift boy (Wilfrid Parry, piano ; Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) -- The birds (1934) (John Hahessy, boy alto ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A hymn to the virgin (1930 rev. 1934) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Jubilate Deo in E flat (1934) (Truro Cathedral Choir ; Luke Bond, organ ; Christopher Gray, conductor) ; Te Deum in C (1934) (Choir of King's College, Cambridge ; Rory Phillips, treble ; James Lancelot, organ ; Philip Ledger, conductor) ; Advance democracy, motet (1938) (The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; Deus in Adjutorium meum (Psalm 70) (1945) (Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Richard Marlow, conductor) ; A.M.D.G. (1939) (London Sinfonietta Chorus ; Terry Edwards, conductor) -- CD 38. Rejoice in the lamb, op. 30 (George Malcolm, organ ; Purcell Singers ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Ballad of little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (1943) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Chorale after an old French carol (1944) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Festival Te Deum, op. 32 (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; A wedding anthem, op. 46 (Margaret Phillips, organ ; The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; A hymn to St. Peter, op. 56a (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Antiphon, op. 56b (Margaret Phillips, organ ; The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; Missa brevis, op. 63 (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) --
  • CD 39. Jubilate Deo in C (1961) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Venite exultemus domino (Psalm 95) (1961) (Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Richard Marlow, conductor) ; A hymn of St Columba (1962) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; God Save the Queen (Anonymous, arr. by Britten) (1961) (London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Voices for today, op. 75 (Cambridge University Musical Society Chorus ; The Choir of King's College, Cambridge ; David Willcocks, Benjamin Britten, conductors) ; Sacred and profane, op. 91 (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; Welcome ode, op. 95 (Suffolk Schools' Orchestra & Jubilee choir ; Keith Shaw, conductor) ; Praise we great men (1976, completed Colin Matthews) (City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) -- CD 40. Quatre chansons Franc̦aises (1928) (Jill Gomez, soprano ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Now sleeps the crimson petal (1943) (Neil Mackie, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Scottish Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; Our hunting fathers, op. 8 (Elisabeth Söderström, soprano ; Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera ; Richard Armstrong, conductor) ; Ballad of heroes, op. 14 (Robert Tear, tenor ; City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, op. 31 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) --
  • CD 41. Les illuminations, op. 18 (Peter Pears, tenor ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor)-- Three additional songs for les Illuminations (orch. Colin Matthews). Phrase ; Aube ; À une raison (Sandrine Piau, soprano ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) -- Nocturne, op. 60 (Strings of the London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Phaedra, op. 93 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) -- CD 42. Canticle I: My beloved is mine, op. 40 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, op. 51 (John Hahessy, alto ; Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle III: Still falls the rain, op. 55 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle IV: Journey of the magi, op. 86 (James Bowman, counter-tenor ; Peter Pears, tenor ; John Shirley-Quirk, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle V: The death of St. Narcissus, op. 89 ; A birthday Hansel, op. 92 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Osian Ellis, harp) ; Sweeter than roses (Purcell, arr. Britten) (1945) (James Bowman, counter-tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) --
  • CD 43. The song cycles I. The heart of the matter (1956) (Neil Mackie, tenor ; Roger Vignoles, piano ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Peter Pears, speaker) ; Tit for tat (1931 rev. 1968) (John Shirley-Quirk, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; On this island, op. 11 (Barbara Bonney, soprano ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) ; Four cabaret songs (1939) (Caryl Hughes, mezzo-soprano ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) ; Seven sonnets of michelangelo, op. 22 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- CD 44. The song cycles II. The holy sonnets of John Donne, op. 35 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A charm of lullabies, op. 41 (Pamela Bowden, contralto ; Peter Gellhorn, piano) ; Winter words, op. 52 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- Two settings of Thomas Hardy (intended for Winter Words). If it's ever spring again ; The children and Sir Nameless (Robin Tritschler, tenor ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) -- Songs from the Chinese, op. 58 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Julian Bream, guitar) -- CD 45. The song cycles III. Six Hölderlin Fragments, op. 61 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Songs and proverbs of William Blake, op. 74 (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; The poet's echo, op. 76 (Galina Vishnevskaya, soprano ; Mstislav Rostropovich, piano) ; Who are these children?, op. 84 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten) -- Three settings of William Soutar (1971). Dawties' devotion ; The gully ; Tradition (Nicky Spence, tenor ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) --
  • CD 46. Early and miscellaneous songs. Beware (1926) ; O that I had ne'er been married (1926) ; Epitaph: The clerk (1926) ; Of a' the airts the wind can blaw (1926) ; A dirge (1926) ; Prithee (1926) ; The joy of grief ; Virtue in deeds not words ; Lucy ; Dans les bois (1928) ; Lilian (1929) ; Diaphenia ; The owl ; Witches' song ; O why did e're my thoughts (1930) ; Chamber music V ; Song- O take those tips away ; I mother comfort (duet) ; Il underneathe the abject willow (duet) ; A poison tree (1935) ; Not even summer yet (1937) ; The red cockatoo (1938) -- T lie flat on the back ; Night covers up the rigid land ; The sun shines down ; Fish in the unruffled lakes ; What's in your mind ; Underneath the abject willow (solo) ; Wild with passion ; If thou wilt ease thine heart ; Sleep, my darling, sleep - Cradle song for Eleanor ; Birthday song for Erwin ; Um mitternacht ; The bitter withy ; King Herod and the cock ; Fancie ; The oxen ; May ; The twelve apostles (various vocalists ; Malcolm Martineau, Andrew Plant, Graham Johnson, David Owen Norris, Alexander Wells, pianos ; Wenhaston Boys' Choir ; New London Children's Choir ; Ronald Corp, conductor) --
  • CD 47. Folksongs 1. The foggy, foggy dew ; Sally in our alley ; Tom Bowling (Dibdin, arr. Britten) ; The Lincolnshire poacher ; The brisk young widow ; O Waly, Waly ; Sweet Polly Oliver ; Early one morning ; The bonny Earl O'Moray ; The ash grove ; Come you not from Newcastle? ; Le roi s'en va-t'-en chasse ; La belle est au jardin d'amour ; The minstrel boy ; How sweet the answer ; The last rose of summer ; Avenging and bright ; Oft in the stilly night ; The miller of Dee ; Ca' the yowes ; The plough boy ; The Salley gardens ; Little Sir William ; Oliver Cromwell ; Heigh ho! Heigh hi! ; There's none to soothe ; Il est quelqu'un sur terre ; O can ye sew cushions? ; The trees they grow so high ; Voici le printemps ; Fileuse ; Quand j'étais chez mon père (Peter Pears, tenor ; Philip Langridge, tenor ; Sophie Wyss, soprano ; Benjamin Britten, piano ; Graham Johnson, piano ; Osian Ellis, harp) --
  • CD 48. Folksongs 2. I will give my love an apple ; Sailor-boy ; Master Kilby ; The soldier and the sailor ; The shooting of his dear ; Bonny at morn ; Greensleeves ; I wonder as I wander ; The crocodile ; Pray goody ; At the mid hour of night ; Dear harp of my country! ; O the sight entrancing ; Sail on, sail on ; Rich and rare ; La Noël passée ; Eho! Eho! ; The holly and the ivy ; Soldier, won't you marry me ; The deaf woman's courtship ; The stream in the valley ; Unidentified folk song ; Lord! I married me a wife ; She's like the swallow ; Lemady ; Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (I was lonely and forlorn) ; Dafyd y Garreg Wen (David of the white rock) ; The false knight upon the road ; Bird scarer's song (Robert Tear, tenor ; Philip Langridge, tenor ; Felicity Lott, soprano ; Christopher van Kampen, cello ; Timothy Walker, guitar ; Osian Ellis, harp ; Graham Johnson, piano)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Edition
Limited edition.
Extent
16 audio discs (1180:40)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio disc
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other control number
028947853640
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 4785364DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 (set)
  • 478 5518--478 5533
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn853147574
System details
Compact disc
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
The complete works, Voices, Britten
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Decca presents the first ever Britten complete works in collaboration with Britten-Pears Foundation and 18 record labels"--Sticker on packaging
  • Texts of some songs included in booklet and an alphabetical index of works
Accompanying material
1 booklet (88 pages)
Capture and storage technique
digital storage
Carrier category
audio
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
performed music
Content type code
prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • CD 33. War Requiem, op. 66 (The Bach Choir & London Symphony Orchestra Chorus, David Willcocks, chorus master ; Highgate School Choir, Edward Chapman, director ; Melos Ensemble ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 34. Spring Symphony, op. 44 (Boys from Emanuel School, Wandsworth ; Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Cantata Academica, op. 62 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; George Malcolm, conductor) ; Hymn to St. Cecilia, op. 27 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; George Malcolm, conductor -- CD 35. Saint Nicolas, op. 42 (Peter Pears, tenor ; David Hemmings, boy soprano ; Aldeburgh Festival Choir and Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Five flower songs, op. 47 (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Cantata misericordium, op. 69 (London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- CD 36. A boy was born, op. 3 (Purcell Singers ; Boys' Voices of the English Opera Group ; Choristers of All Saints, Margaret Street ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Corpus Christi Carol (1961) (John Hahessy, boy alto ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A wealden trio: Christmas song of the women (1929 rev. 1967) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; The Sycamore Tree (Traditional) (1930 rev. 1967) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; A shepherd's carol (1944) (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; Christ's nativity (1931) (BBC Singers ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; A ceremony of carols, op. 28 (Copenhagen Boys' Choir, Mogens Wöldike, choir master ; Enid Simon, harp ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; The holly and the ivy (Traditional) (1957) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) --
  • CD 37. Friday afternoons ; Choral works. Songs from Friday afternoons, op. 7 (Choir of Downside School, Purley, Derrick Herdman, director ; Viola Tunnard, piano ; Gernot Fuhrmann, treble ; Andrei Gavrilov, piano ; Wiener Sängerknaben, Jaume Miranda, chorus master) ; Psalm 150, op. 67 (Downside School Choir & Orchestra ; Derrick Herdman, director ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) -- Three two-part songs (1932). The ride-by-nights ; The rainbow ; The ship of Rio (New London Children's Choir ; Alexander Wells, piano ; Ronald Corp, conductor)-- Two two-part songs (1933). I lov'd a lass ; Lift boy (Wilfrid Parry, piano ; Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) -- The birds (1934) (John Hahessy, boy alto ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A hymn to the virgin (1930 rev. 1934) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Jubilate Deo in E flat (1934) (Truro Cathedral Choir ; Luke Bond, organ ; Christopher Gray, conductor) ; Te Deum in C (1934) (Choir of King's College, Cambridge ; Rory Phillips, treble ; James Lancelot, organ ; Philip Ledger, conductor) ; Advance democracy, motet (1938) (The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; Deus in Adjutorium meum (Psalm 70) (1945) (Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Richard Marlow, conductor) ; A.M.D.G. (1939) (London Sinfonietta Chorus ; Terry Edwards, conductor) -- CD 38. Rejoice in the lamb, op. 30 (George Malcolm, organ ; Purcell Singers ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Ballad of little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (1943) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Chorale after an old French carol (1944) (Elizabethan Singers ; Louis Halsey, conductor) ; Festival Te Deum, op. 32 (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; A wedding anthem, op. 46 (Margaret Phillips, organ ; The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; A hymn to St. Peter, op. 56a (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Antiphon, op. 56b (Margaret Phillips, organ ; The Sixteen ; Harry Christophers, conductor) ; Missa brevis, op. 63 (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) --
  • CD 39. Jubilate Deo in C (1961) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; Venite exultemus domino (Psalm 95) (1961) (Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Richard Marlow, conductor) ; A hymn of St Columba (1962) (Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Brian Runnett, organ ; George Guest, conductor) ; God Save the Queen (Anonymous, arr. by Britten) (1961) (London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Voices for today, op. 75 (Cambridge University Musical Society Chorus ; The Choir of King's College, Cambridge ; David Willcocks, Benjamin Britten, conductors) ; Sacred and profane, op. 91 (The Wilbye Consort ; Peter Pears, director) ; Welcome ode, op. 95 (Suffolk Schools' Orchestra & Jubilee choir ; Keith Shaw, conductor) ; Praise we great men (1976, completed Colin Matthews) (City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) -- CD 40. Quatre chansons Franc̦aises (1928) (Jill Gomez, soprano ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Now sleeps the crimson petal (1943) (Neil Mackie, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Scottish Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) ; Our hunting fathers, op. 8 (Elisabeth Söderström, soprano ; Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera ; Richard Armstrong, conductor) ; Ballad of heroes, op. 14 (Robert Tear, tenor ; City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra ; Simon Rattle, conductor) ; Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, op. 31 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) --
  • CD 41. Les illuminations, op. 18 (Peter Pears, tenor ; English Chamber Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor)-- Three additional songs for les Illuminations (orch. Colin Matthews). Phrase ; Aube ; À une raison (Sandrine Piau, soprano ; Northern Sinfonia ; Thomas Zehetmair, conductor) -- Nocturne, op. 60 (Strings of the London Symphony Orchestra ; Benjamin Britten, conductor) ; Phaedra, op. 93 (English Chamber Orchestra ; Steuart Bedford, conductor) -- CD 42. Canticle I: My beloved is mine, op. 40 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, op. 51 (John Hahessy, alto ; Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle III: Still falls the rain, op. 55 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle IV: Journey of the magi, op. 86 (James Bowman, counter-tenor ; Peter Pears, tenor ; John Shirley-Quirk, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Canticle V: The death of St. Narcissus, op. 89 ; A birthday Hansel, op. 92 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Osian Ellis, harp) ; Sweeter than roses (Purcell, arr. Britten) (1945) (James Bowman, counter-tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) --
  • CD 43. The song cycles I. The heart of the matter (1956) (Neil Mackie, tenor ; Roger Vignoles, piano ; Barry Tuckwell, horn ; Peter Pears, speaker) ; Tit for tat (1931 rev. 1968) (John Shirley-Quirk, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; On this island, op. 11 (Barbara Bonney, soprano ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) ; Four cabaret songs (1939) (Caryl Hughes, mezzo-soprano ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) ; Seven sonnets of michelangelo, op. 22 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- CD 44. The song cycles II. The holy sonnets of John Donne, op. 35 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; A charm of lullabies, op. 41 (Pamela Bowden, contralto ; Peter Gellhorn, piano) ; Winter words, op. 52 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) -- Two settings of Thomas Hardy (intended for Winter Words). If it's ever spring again ; The children and Sir Nameless (Robin Tritschler, tenor ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) -- Songs from the Chinese, op. 58 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Julian Bream, guitar) -- CD 45. The song cycles III. Six Hölderlin Fragments, op. 61 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; Songs and proverbs of William Blake, op. 74 (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone ; Benjamin Britten, piano) ; The poet's echo, op. 76 (Galina Vishnevskaya, soprano ; Mstislav Rostropovich, piano) ; Who are these children?, op. 84 (Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten) -- Three settings of William Soutar (1971). Dawties' devotion ; The gully ; Tradition (Nicky Spence, tenor ; Malcolm Martineau, piano) --
  • CD 46. Early and miscellaneous songs. Beware (1926) ; O that I had ne'er been married (1926) ; Epitaph: The clerk (1926) ; Of a' the airts the wind can blaw (1926) ; A dirge (1926) ; Prithee (1926) ; The joy of grief ; Virtue in deeds not words ; Lucy ; Dans les bois (1928) ; Lilian (1929) ; Diaphenia ; The owl ; Witches' song ; O why did e're my thoughts (1930) ; Chamber music V ; Song- O take those tips away ; I mother comfort (duet) ; Il underneathe the abject willow (duet) ; A poison tree (1935) ; Not even summer yet (1937) ; The red cockatoo (1938) -- T lie flat on the back ; Night covers up the rigid land ; The sun shines down ; Fish in the unruffled lakes ; What's in your mind ; Underneath the abject willow (solo) ; Wild with passion ; If thou wilt ease thine heart ; Sleep, my darling, sleep - Cradle song for Eleanor ; Birthday song for Erwin ; Um mitternacht ; The bitter withy ; King Herod and the cock ; Fancie ; The oxen ; May ; The twelve apostles (various vocalists ; Malcolm Martineau, Andrew Plant, Graham Johnson, David Owen Norris, Alexander Wells, pianos ; Wenhaston Boys' Choir ; New London Children's Choir ; Ronald Corp, conductor) --
  • CD 47. Folksongs 1. The foggy, foggy dew ; Sally in our alley ; Tom Bowling (Dibdin, arr. Britten) ; The Lincolnshire poacher ; The brisk young widow ; O Waly, Waly ; Sweet Polly Oliver ; Early one morning ; The bonny Earl O'Moray ; The ash grove ; Come you not from Newcastle? ; Le roi s'en va-t'-en chasse ; La belle est au jardin d'amour ; The minstrel boy ; How sweet the answer ; The last rose of summer ; Avenging and bright ; Oft in the stilly night ; The miller of Dee ; Ca' the yowes ; The plough boy ; The Salley gardens ; Little Sir William ; Oliver Cromwell ; Heigh ho! Heigh hi! ; There's none to soothe ; Il est quelqu'un sur terre ; O can ye sew cushions? ; The trees they grow so high ; Voici le printemps ; Fileuse ; Quand j'étais chez mon père (Peter Pears, tenor ; Philip Langridge, tenor ; Sophie Wyss, soprano ; Benjamin Britten, piano ; Graham Johnson, piano ; Osian Ellis, harp) --
  • CD 48. Folksongs 2. I will give my love an apple ; Sailor-boy ; Master Kilby ; The soldier and the sailor ; The shooting of his dear ; Bonny at morn ; Greensleeves ; I wonder as I wander ; The crocodile ; Pray goody ; At the mid hour of night ; Dear harp of my country! ; O the sight entrancing ; Sail on, sail on ; Rich and rare ; La Noël passée ; Eho! Eho! ; The holly and the ivy ; Soldier, won't you marry me ; The deaf woman's courtship ; The stream in the valley ; Unidentified folk song ; Lord! I married me a wife ; She's like the swallow ; Lemady ; Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (I was lonely and forlorn) ; Dafyd y Garreg Wen (David of the white rock) ; The false knight upon the road ; Bird scarer's song (Robert Tear, tenor ; Philip Langridge, tenor ; Felicity Lott, soprano ; Christopher van Kampen, cello ; Timothy Walker, guitar ; Osian Ellis, harp ; Graham Johnson, piano)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Edition
Limited edition.
Extent
16 audio discs (1180:40)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio disc
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other control number
028947853640
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 4785364DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 DX66 (set)
  • 478 5364 (set)
  • 478 5518--478 5533
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn853147574
System details
Compact disc
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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