URCD179

Carey Blyton – Lyrics from the Chinese

including Lachrymae – In Memoriam John Dowland

featuring Ian Partridge, tenor, Jennifer Partridge, piano and the Britten Sinfonia conducted by Nicholas Cleobury

Carey Blyton

£6.50

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Anyone with an ear for Vaughan Williams, Delius or Britten can’t fail to respond…
The Independent
…this album has a craftmanship, freshness and variety that is surprising.
Amazon review (June 2012)
  Composer Title Performer(s) Total duration
Carey BlytonCarey Blyton – Lyrics from the Chinese
including Lachrymae – In Memoriam John Dowland
featuring Ian Partridge, tenor, Jennifer Partridge, piano and the Britten Sinfonia conducted by Nicholas Cleobury
Ian Partridge, Tenor,
Jennifer Partridge, Piano,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:53:00
# Composer Work Movement Performer(s) Duration
1Carey Blyton
Translated by Helen Waddell
Lyrics from the ChinesePrelude for String OrchestraBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:40
2Song (1): AubadeIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:02:49
3Song (2): Drinking Song00:00:35
4Song (3): Song against the Duke Seuen00:01:11
5Song (4): Song at Evening00:04:06
6Interlude for Solo String QuartetBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:41
7Song (5): Flower SongIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:23
8Song (6): Sacrificial Song00:00:40
9Song (7): Nocturne00:02:28
10Postlude for String OrchestraBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:47
11Carey BlytonLachrymae – In Memoriam John DowlandPrelude00:00:45
12Carey Blyton
Words: William Drummond
Song (1): MadrigalIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:49
13Carey BlytonInterlude IBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:00:35
14Carey Blyton
Words: Percy Bysshe Shelley
Song (2): The MoonIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:35
15Carey BlytonInterlude IIBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:00:52
16Carey Blyton
Words: Francis Weiss
Song (3): The Open DoorIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:14
17Carey BlytonInterlude IIIBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:00:58
18Carey Blyton
Words: William Blake
Song (4): The Sick RoseIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:48
19Carey BlytonInterlude IVBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:00:54
20Carey Blyton
Words: Samuel Daniel
Song (5): SonnetIan Partridge, Tenor,
Britten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:02:17
21Carey BlytonPostludeBritten Sinfonia,
Nicholas Cleobury, Conductor
00:01:49
22Carey Blyton
Words: Elsa Corbluth
Dirge for St Patrick’s NightIan Partridge, Tenor,
Jennifer Partridge, Piano
00:04:30
23Carey Blyton
Words: Sappho
Lyrics from the East   I: The Blast of Love00:00:42
24Carey Blyton
Words: Omar Khayyam
  II: Paradise00:01:09
25Carey Blyton
Words: Anonymous
 III: Evening00:01:02
26  IV: Night00:01:39
27Carey Blyton
Words: Bengali folk-poem
   V: Puty-Fish00:00:36
28Carey Blyton
Words: Carey Blyton
Two Pensive Songs   I: Two Stolen Roses00:01:59
29Carey Blyton
Words: Donald R. Hills
  II: Come, Night00:02:43
30Carey Blyton
Words: Robert Herrick
The Poetry of Dress   I: Whenas in silks my Julia goes00:00:40
31  II: A sweet disorder in the dress00:02:22
32Carey Blyton
Words: Anonymous
 III: My love in her attire00:00:42
33The Flea00:01:01
34Carey Blyton
Words: Carey Blyton
Indigo Blues (A Colonial Song)00:01:01

Catalogue code: URCD179Published: 2002
Entry last updated: 26th April 2014