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|Genre/Form:||Songs and music|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Songs; Carols|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Benjamin Britten; Alfred W Pollard; Benjamin Luxon; David Wilson-Johnson; Catherine Wyn-Rogers; Jeffrey Dyball; Jennifer Bate; Elizabeth Shepherd, (Pianist); Richard Wise; Tristan Fry; Philip Riordan; Nicholas Wilks; Finchley Children's Music Group.; BBC Concert Orchestra.; Mole Valley Handbell Ringers.
|Notes:||Text of 1st work from English miracle plays, moralities and interludes, edited by Alfred W. Pollard.
Words of 2nd work by various authors.
Program and biographical notes by Eric Roseberry in English with French and German translations, and texts (31 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||1st work: Benjamin Luxon (voice of God), David Wilson-Johnson (Noye) ; Catherine Wyn-Rogers (Mrs. Noye) ; Junior soloists: Andrew Leveson, Deacon James, Matthew Connell, Hannah Mulder, Imogen Rush, Clare Rossiter ; Jennifer Bate, organ ; Tristan Fry, percussion ; Elizabeth Shepherd, Richard Wise, pianos ; Nicholas Wilks, conductor ; BBC Concert Orchestra members ; Finchley Children's Music Group ; members of the Mole Valley Handbell Ringers. 2nd work: Jeffrey Dyball, harp ; Nicholas Wilks, conductor ; BBC Concert Orchestra members ; Finchley Children's Music Group.|
|Production notes:||Recorded Oct. 18 & 19, 1997 at Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School, Elstree (1st work), and July 12 1997, Church of All Saints, London (2nd work).|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Noye's fludde, op. 59: Lord Jesus, think on me ; I, God that all this world hath wroughte ; O, lorde, I thanke thee lowde and still ; Now in the name of god I will begyne ; Wyffe, in this vessell we shall be kepte ; Noye, noye, take thou thy company ; Sir! Heare are lions, leapardes, in ; Wiffe, come in! Why standes thou their? ; It is good for to be still ; Eternal father, strong to save ; Now forty dayes are fullie gone ; Noye, take thy wife anone ; Noye, heare I behette thee a heste ; The spacious firmament on high --
A ceremony of carols, op. 28: Procession ; Wolcum yole! There is no rose ; That younge child ; Balulalow ; As dew in Aprille --
This little babe --
In freezing winter night ; Spring carol ; Deo gracias, Adam lay ibounden ; Recession.