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Indian Valley Public Library Compact Disc 11967 Classical G (Text) 39427103489332 CD Area Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [United States] : Bridge Records, Inc., 2020.

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General Note:
Compact disc.
07/03/2020
Formatted Contents Note:
Ludlow and Teme: When smoke stood up from Ludlow (3:14) Ludlow and Teme: Far in a western brookland (4:31) Ludlow and Teme: 'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock Town (1:23) Ludlow and Teme: Ludlow Fair (2:12) Ludlow and Teme: On the idle hill of summer (3:03) Ludlow and Teme: When I was one and twenty (1:22) Ludlow and Teme: The Lent Lily (3:16) In Flanders (3:05) Canticle II: "Abraham & Isaac" Op. 51 (16:31) In an Arbour Green (1:42) Love's philosophy (1:37) Ladslove (2:29) Fish in the unruffled lakes: To lie flat on the back (2:34) Fish in the unruffled lakes: Night covers up the rigid land (2:55) Fish in the unruffled lakes: Fish in the unruffled lakes (2:41) Fish in the unruffled lakes: The sun shines down (1:55) Fish in the unruffled lakes: What's in your mind? (1:49) Fish in the unruffled lakes: Underneath the abject willow (1:51) We'll to the woods no more: We'll to the woods no more (2:47) We'll to the woods no more: In boyhood (1:52) We'll to the woods no more: Spring will not wait (3:39) Songs of eternity and sorrow Op. 36a: IV: Because I liked you better (4:03).
Participant or Performer Note:
Brian Giebler, Steven Mcghee, Reginald Mobley, Katie Hyun, Ben Russell, Jessica Meyer, Michael Katz.
Summary, etc.:
Delight in the friendships of one's youth, the pain of unrequited love, and the destruction, horror, and futility of war, are themes that run through this release. It brings together the profound beauty created by Britain's poets and composers during the turbulent years of the early Twentieth Century. American tenor Brian Giebler has established an impressive career singing virtuosic and eclectic repertoire.
Genre: Classical.

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