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GEN 14300 7.3.2014
18.90 €

John Ireland (1879–1962)  
In summer woods
John Ireland (1879–1962)  
There is a garden in her face
John Ireland (1879–1962)  
Full fathom five
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
The ships of Arcady
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
Beloved
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
A blackbird singing
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
Nocturne
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
Rich and rare
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
At the mid hour of night
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
Avenging and bright
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
How sweet the answer
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
The last rose of summer
John Ireland (1879–1962)  
Aubade
John Ireland (1879–1962)  
The echoing green
John Ireland (1879–1962)  
See how the morning smiles
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
The gondolier
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
St . Mark’s square
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
Rain storm
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
The Salley gardens
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
The miller of Dee
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
O waly, waly
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
The trees they grow so high
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
Ave Maria
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
A slumber song of the Madonna
Michael Head (1900–1976)  
A green cornfield
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
Greensleeves
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
I wonder as I wander
Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)  
The stream in the valley
   

The Stream in the Valley


Songs and Duets by Benjamin Britten, Michael Head and John Ireland

In stock, shipping on January 8th.
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Not only did the most important English composers of the twentieth century pay tribute to a great art song tradition, but now the singers Alison Browner and Sharon Carty as well as the pianist Andreas Frese are doing so as well. On their new GENUIN CD (for Frese already the third publication on the Leipzig label) they present rarely performed English treasures: songs by John Ireland, Michael Head and Benjamin Britten. The three sensitive interpreters thus penetrate deep into the green heart of the isle: the subjects are love, valley and brooks, and, naturally, the last rose of summer ...

American Record Guide
"Andreas Frese plays with warmth and sensitivity"
Review on the American Record Guide by Erin Heisel, 18 September 2014