1949-1962 2 CD
CD 1 The WDR Recordings CD 2 The SWR Recordings
Sonate pour violon n°1, D.384 Sonate pour violon n°2, D.384, D.385...
6 Fantasias du Libro Secondo, FbWV 201-6 Fantasia, FbWV207 Fantaisie...
Quintette Quatuors n°1 & 2 (3 Portraits) Behn Quartet Timothée...
Justin Badgerow, piano
TIME AND SPACE
GUSTAV HOLST (1874-1934)
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958)
Roderick Williams, baryton - Mary Bevan, soprano
Jack Liebeck, violon - William Vann, piano
Inclus 14 premières mondiales
7 Article Produits
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Six Songs: Invocation to the Dawn
Six Songs: Fain Would I Change that Note
Six Songs: The Sergeant’s Song
Six Songs: In a Wood
Six Songs: Between Us Now
Six Songs: I Will Not Let Thee Go
Along the Field: We’ll to the Woods No More
Along the Field: Along the Field
Along the Field: The Half-Moon Westers Low
Along the Field: In the Morning
Along the Field: The Sigh that Heaves the Grasses
Along the Field: Good-Bye
Along the Field: Fancy’s Knell
Along the Field: With Rue my Heart is Laden
A Cradle Song
Blake’s Cradle Song
Four Songs: Slumber-Song
Four Songs: Margrete’s Cradle-Song
Four Songs: Soft and Gently
Four Songs: Awake, my Heart
Folk Songs from the Eastern Counties: Bushes and Briars
Folk Songs from Hampshire: The Willow Tree
Folk Songs from the Eastern Counties: The Lark in the Morning
Folk Songs from Hampshire: Abroad as I was Walking
Folk Songs from the Eastern Counties: The Captain’s Apprentice
Four Songs for Voice and Violin: Jesu Sweet, Now Will I Sing
Four Songs for Voice and Violin: My Soul Has Nought but Fire and Ice
Four Songs for Voice and Violin: I Sing of a Maiden that Matchless is
Four Songs for Voice and Violin: My Leman is So True
Darest Thou Now O Soul
Darest Thou Now O Soul
2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of The Ralph Vaughan Williams Society in June 1994. The Society and its recording subsidiary, Albion Records, are delighted to celebrate that with our first collaboration with the Holst Society, founded in May 2017. The two composers were not just the best of friends but also close musical colleagues; they would go off on walking holidays and ‘field trips’ and the cover photograph for the album records a blissful moment on a summer’s day from just such an adventure.
The recording alternates the two composers, beginning with an early set of six songs by Holst, followed by Vaughan Williams’s rarely recorded song cycle Along the Field for voice and violin. We contrast the two composers in settings of cradle songs (there are five lullabies on the album). A series of folk songs is followed by Holst’s Four Songs for Voice and Violin. The album concludes with the ‘contest’ to set Darest Thou Now O Soul, Walt Whitman’s famous poem from ‘Sea Drift’. Vaughan Williams won that contest, but these first recordings enable us to make our own judgement.