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Stuart Burrows - Bless This House album mp3

Stuart Burrows - Bless This House album mp3
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Album:
Bless This House
Released:
1977
Country:
Australia
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1221 mb
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1773 mb
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1381 mb
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LyricsBless this house. May H. Brahe, Stuart Burrows, Eufryn John. Download now. English.

Stuart Burrows OBE (born 7 February 1933) is a Welsh operatic tenor. The Cilfynydd-born singer scaled the peaks of musical distinction during his lengthy career which saw him give up teaching to pursue a new life on the opera stage. He was of a unique pedigree, having been born in William Street, which was the same birthplace as fellow opera star Sir Geraint Evans, Welsh rugby international Glyn Davies and politician Lord Merlyn-Rees. As a member of the congregation at the local Bethel Chapel he first performed as a soloist by singing "Bless This House". He occupied the top rung of the operatic lyric tenor ladder for 20 years from the mid-1960s, particularly known for his fine performances of Mozart's works. Few people realise he could have been a professional rugby player before converting his career to the opera and concert stage. Popular videos featuring Stuart Burrows

Stuart Burrows OBE (born 7 February 1933) is a Welsh operatic tenor. Myfanwy sung by Stuart Burrrows. In 1963, Stuart Burrows debuted with the Welsh National Opera as Ismael in Verdi's Nabucco.

It was a far cry from the days when he sang as a boy soprano from his bedroom window to neighbours on the street below.

Bless This House" is a song published in 1927. The words were written by Englishwoman Helen Taylor, under the original title "Bless the House". The music was composed by Australian May Brahe, a friend of Taylor's. One of the first artists to record the song was tenor John McCormack who recorded it on September 16, 1932 in London with Edwin Schneider on piano.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Passing By
Composed By – Edward Cockram Purcell, Robert Herrick
A2 Oft In The Stilly Night
Composed By – Thomas Moore
A3 Thora
Composed By – Weatherley*, Stephen Adams
A4 Macushla
Composed By – Dermot MacMurrough, James Rowe
A5 Roses Of Picardy
Composed By – Weatherley*, Wood*
A6 I'll Walk Beside You
Composed By – Alan Murray, Edward Lockton
A7 Bless This House
Composed By – Helen Taylor, May Brahe
B1 Because
Composed By – Edward Teschemacher, Guy D'Hardelot
B2 Gortnamona
Composed By – Percy French, Philip Green
B3 I Hear You Calling Me
Composed By – Charles Marshall, Harold Harford
B4 Maire My Girl
Composed By – George Aitken, Keegan Casey*
B5 Trees
Composed By – Kilner*, Rasbach*
B6 The Holy City
Composed By – Weatherley*, Stephen Adams
D5 Ave Maria
Composed By – Charles Gounod

Credits

  • Piano, Organ – Eurfryn John
  • Producer – Peter Wadland
  • Tenor Vocals – Stuart Burrows

Notes

Australian WRC cassette edition featuring unique sleeve art.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S/5313, S-5313 Stuart Burrows Bless This House ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club S/5313, S-5313 Australia 1973
R-00911, S/5313 Stuart Burrows Bless This House ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE) World Record Club, World Record Club R-00911, S/5313 Australia 1977
R-00911, S/5313 Stuart Burrows Bless This House ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE) World Record Club, World Record Club R-00911, S/5313 Australia 1978
SLZ 8478, SLZ.8478 Stuart Burrows Bless This House ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club SLZ 8478, SLZ.8478 New Zealand 1973