Great British Tenors - CD


 

£7.10

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Archive performances by great singers of the earlier 20th century, including Welsh tenors Ben Davies, Parry Jones, Tudor Davies & David Lloyd. Heritage label, 2015.

White, M.V. - To Mary - Ben Davies & anon., recorded 1913

Purcell - Hears not my Phillis how the birds (The Knotting Song) Z371 - John Coates & Gerald Moore, recorded 1928

Quilter - Love's Philosophy op.3 no.1 & O Mistress Mine [3 Shakespeare Songs op.6: no.2] - Gervase Elwes & anon., recorded 1916-17

Wagner - Winter Storms Have Waned [Die Walkure WWV 86B, Act I] - Walter Hyde & anon. orchestra, conducted by W.G. Byng, recorded 1921

Leoncavallo - On With the Motley [I Pagliacci] - Frank Mullings with the British National Opera Company Orchestra conducted by Sir Eugene Goossens, recorded 1927

Schubert - An Sylvia, D891 - John McCormack & anon., recorded 1927

Lehár - A Heart as Pure as Gold [Frederica: Act III] - Joseph Hislop & anon. orchestra, conducted by Jacques Heuvel, recorded 1930

Mendelssohn - Then Shall the Righteous [Elijah op.70] - Parry Jones & anon. orchestra, conducted by Stanford Robinson, recorded 1930

Warlock - As ever I saw - Parry Jones & anon., recorded 1934

Lehmann, L - Ah, moon of my delight - Hubert Eisdell & anon., recorded 1928

Coleridge-Taylor - Onaway! Awake, Beloved! [Hiawatha's Wedding Feast op.30] - Tudor Davies & anon. orchestra / conductor, recorded 1926

Wallace - Yes! Let me Like a Soldier Fall! [Maritana] - Walter Widdop & anon. orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Collingwood, recorded 1926

Lehár - Patiently Smiling [Land of Smiles, The] - Derek Oldham anon. orchestra / conductor, recorded 1931

Vaughan Williams – Vagabond, The [Songs of Travel] - Heddle Nash & Gerald Moore, recorded 1952

Vaughan Williams - Song of the Road [Hugh The Drover: Act I] - James Johnston with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by James Robertson, recorded 1950

Coleridge-Taylor – Eleanore [6 Songs op.37: no.6] - Henry Wendon & Gerald Moore, recorded 1942

Bizet - Flower Song [Carmen, Act II] - Webster Booth with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite, recorded 1938

Sullivan - Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes [Gondoliers, The] - Webster Booth with the Hallé Orchestra, conducted by Leslie Heward, recorded 1941

Schubert - Im Frühling D882 & Auf der Bruck, D853 - Peter Pears & Benjamin Britten, recorded 1950

German - English Rose, The [Merrie England, Act II] - David Lloyd & Gerald Moore, recorded 1943

Massenet - As I Closed my Eyes [Manon] - Walter Midgley with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Walter Susskind, recorded 1951

Trad. - Foggy, Foggy Dew, The & Briery Bush, The - Richard Lewis & anon. chamber orchestra, conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras, recorded 1960