Finzi / Holst / Moeran, The Proteus Choir Conductor Vernon Handley - English Part Songs album mp3
Composed By – Moeran. Under The Greenwood Tree. Words By – William Shakespeare. Words By – John Fletcher (4). A2:3. Spring, The Sweet Spring.
Album · 1993 · 26 Songs. Songs of Springtime: No. 1. By Ernest John Moeran. 2. the River-God's Song. 3. 4. Love Is a Sickness. 5. Sigh No More, Ladies. Holst & Vaughan Williams: Choral Works. Lydia Mordkovitch, Raphael Wallfisch, Ulster Orchestra & Vernon Handley. There Is Sweet Music: English Choral Songs 1890-1950. John Rutter & The Cambridge Singers. Hubert Parry: Songs of Farewell.
Choir – The Proteus Choir. Conductor, Sleeve Notes – Vernon Handley. Album Title: English Part Songs. 7 Type: Vinyl, Album, LP Country: UK Date of released: 1970 Category: Classical, Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk, Contemporary.
Vernon George "Tod" Handley CBE (11 November 1930 – 10 September 2008) was a British conductor, known in particular for his support of British composers. He was born of a Welsh father and an Irish mother into a musical family in Enfield, London. He acquired the nickname "Tod" because his feet were turned in at his birth, which his father simply summarised: "They toddle". Handley preferred the use of the name "Tod" throughout his life over his given names.
The widely seen conductor Handley was known particularly for his dozens of recordings of music by composers of the British Isles. Charles Villiers Stanford: Piano Concerto No. 2; Concert Variations upon an English Theme "Down Among the Dead Men".
Vernon Handley, conductor. Album: Grieg Cello Concerto 8 Songs for Cello and Orchestra. Let Us Garlands Bring, Op. 18: Fear no more the heat o' the sun. Michael George, bass. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Vernon Handley, conductor.
Ernest John Moeran, Gerald Finzi; Northern Sinfonia of England, Richard Hickox. Carlo Martelli, Gerald Finzi, Gustav Holst, William Blezard, Michael Hurd, Haydn Wood, Bruce Montgomery; Royal Ballet Sinfonia, David Lloyd-Jones. A Centenary Collection. Finzi; English String Orchestra, William Boughton. The English Song Series, Volume 12: I Said to Love, Let Us Garlands Bring, Before and After Summer. Gerald Finzi; Roderick Williams, Iain Burnside.
Ernest John Moeran Biography (BBC). Though born in Heston, west of London, Moeran was largely brought up in the village of Bacton, on the Norfolk coast, where his father was parish priest. He spent five years at Uppingham School, then in 1913 he went to the Royal College of Music, studying piano and composition under Charles Villiers Stanford. After a brief period teaching music at Uppingham, Moeran returned to the RCM, now studying with John Ireland. He also began collecting folk music in East Anglia (particularly in its country pubs) and making arrangements of the melodies he heard. These left an imprint on the character of his own music, especially the two orchestral Rhapsodies (1922 and 1924).
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|Seven Unaccompanied Part Songs For Mixed Voices, Op. 17 (Poems By Robert Bridges)
Composed By – Finzi*Words By – Robert Bridges
|A1:1||I Praise The Tender Flower|
|A1:2||I Have Loved Flowers That Fade|
|A1:3||My Spirit Sang All Day|
|A1:4||Clear And Gentle Stream|
|A1:6||Haste On My Joys|
|A1:7||Wherefore Tonight So Full Of Care|
|Songs Of Springtime For Mixed Chorus (Seven Elizabethan Poems)
Composed By – Moeran*
|A2:1||Under The Greenwood Tree
Words By – William Shakespeare
|A2:2||The River-Gods Song
Words By – John Fletcher
|A2:3||Spring, The Sweet Spring
Words By – Thomas Nashe
|A2:4||Love Is A Sickness
Words By – Samuel Daniel
|A2:5||Sigh No More Ladies
Words By – William Shakespeare
Words By – William Browne
Words By – Robert Herrick
|Six Choral Folk Songs For Mixed Voices, Op. 36
Composed By – Holst*
|B1:1||I Sowed The Seeds Of Love|
|B1:2||There Was A Tree|
|B1:3||Matthew, Mark, Luke & John|
|B1:4||The Song Of The Blacksmith|
|B1:5||I Love My Love|
- Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
- Distributed By – RCA Ltd.
- Choir – The Proteus Choir
- Conductor, Sleeve Notes – Vernon Handley