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2,2,2,2 - 4,2,3,1, timp, harp, strings, solo Baritone, chorus ad lib. ________________________________________________________________
Originally released on the Collins Classics label. With Anthony Rolfe Johnson, tenor; Simon Keenlyside, baritone; Graham Johnson, piano; and the Duke Quartet.
Originally For Baritone, Chorus, & Orch P/F Red. Print on demand, price subject to change.
Words By George Herbert.
Contents: 1. Easter -- 2. I Got Me Flowers -- 3. Lord bade Me Welcome -- 4. The Call -- 5. Antiphon (chorus) -- 5. Antiphon (baritone solo). This work was premiered in Worcester, 1911. Reprinted from the 1911 edition published by Stainer & Bell, London.
Contents: 1. Easter -- 2. I Got Me Flowers -- 3. Love Bade Me Welcome -- 4. The Call -- 5. Antiphon. This edition contains two versions each of the first and last movements; one with baritone, chorus and piano, and one with only baritone and piano.
Includes: Slow Movement from a London Symphony; Alla Sarabanda from the Phantasy Quintet; Antiphon from Five Mystical Songs; and Theme from the Tallis Fantasia. Reprinted from the 1922 Stainer & Bell and 1915 Curwen editions.
The two pieces in this volume are the Alla Sarabanda originally from the Phantasy Quintet for Strings, and the Antiphon from Five Mystical Songs. Each is arranged at an intermediate level. Reprint edition.
Contents: Largo sostenuto, from A Sea Symphony -- The slow movement from A London Symphony -- Alla Sarabanda, from the Phantasy Quintet -- Antiphon from Five Mystical Songs. With a biographical note about Ley. These arrangements date from the early 1920s.
…-- Ager: Take, Oh, Take Those Lips Away -- Finzi: Three Songs From Earth and Air and Rain -- Rheinberger: Two Songs From 6 Religiöse Gesänge -- Wolf: Two Songs From Spanisches Liederbuch -- Vaughan Williams: Three Songs From Five Mystical Songs -- Britten: Two British Folksongs -- Frahm: Pastorale…
Contents: 1. Kynance -- 2. Mystic melody -- 3. Porthleven: The brown sails tremble -- 4. The burial (Will's ferret) -- 5. As I went down Zig-Zag -- 6. The Lark -- 7. Mary, Mary, Magdalene -- 8. Gyllyngdune -- 9. My young man's a Cornishman/Kitty Cornish. Poems by John Harris, James Dryden Hosken,…
…-- 7. Wearing a peacock-plume crown. With notes in Dutch and English. Dedicated to Sri Mata Amritanandamayi. Premiered in Amsterdam, December 1995 by Jeanne Oosthout. This work describes the life story of the 16th-century Rajasthai mystic poetess Mira Bai in her own songs. Duration ca. 20 minutes.