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There is sweet music : English choral songs 1890-1950

Author: John Rutter; Cambridge Singers.
Publisher: Whittlesford, Cambridge : Collegium Records, 1986, ©2002.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Rutter; Cambridge Singers.
OCLC Number: 731000923
Language Note: Sung principally in English; the Delius and the Londonderry air arrangement are wordless; the Holst translated from Welsh.
Performer(s): The Cambridge Singers ; John Rutter, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded in the Great Hall of University College School, London.
Description: 1 compact disc.
Contents: The blue bird : op. 119, no. 3 / C.V. Stanford (4:01) --
Two unaccompanied part songs. To be sung of a summer night on the water I (2:16) ; To be sung of a summer night on the water II (2:18) / Frederick Delius --
There is sweet music : op. 53, no. 1 (5:34) ; My love dwelt in a northern land (4:21) / Edward Elgar --
Three Shakespeare songs. Full fathom five (3:20) ; The cloud-capp'd towers (2:18) ; Over hill, over dale (1:01) / R. Vaughan Williams --
Folk-song arrangements. The sailor and young Nancy / arr. E.J. Moeran (3:06) ; Brigg Fair / arr. Percy Grainger (2:47) ; Londonderry air / arr. Percy Grainger (3:25) ; The three ravens / arr. Edward T. Chapman (4:52) ; My sweetheart's like Venus / arr. G. Holst (1:54) ; The oak and the ash / arr. Edward Bairstow (3:05) ; Quick! we have but a second / arr. C.V. Stanford (0:41) --
Five flower songs : op. 47. To daffodils (1:38) ; The succession of the four sweet months (2:04) ; Marsh flowers (2:32) ; The evening primrose (2:36) ; Ballad of green broom (2:15) / Benjamin Britten.
Responsibility: The Cambridge Singers ; directed by John Rutter.

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