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Britten, Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Reginald Goodall - Peter Grimes (Scenes) • The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged) • Folksong Arrangements album flac

  • Performer: Britten
  • Title: Peter Grimes (Scenes) • The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged) • Folksong Arrangements
  • Size FLAC ver: 1245 mb
  • Date of release: 1993
  • Style: Modern, Opera
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  • Genre: Classical
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
Britten, Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Reginald Goodall - Peter Grimes (Scenes) • The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged) • Folksong Arrangements album flac

Britten, Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Reginald Goodall - Peter Grimes (Scenes), The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged), Folksong Arrangements ‎(2xCD, Mono, RM). EMI Classics.

The Rape of Lucretia Op. 37, ACT 1 Scene 1: Interlude: Tarquinius does not wait (Male Chorus) - Бенджамин Бриттен. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день.

Britten, Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Reginald Goodall - Peter Grimes (Scenes), The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged), Folksong Arrangements ‎(2xCD, Mono, RM). 7 64727 2. UK, Europe & US. 1993. 7243 5 73693 2 9, 73693, CDFB 7243 5 73693 2 9. Choir Of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury.

Sir Reginald Goodall was a British conductor, born 13 July 1901 in Lincoln, England and died 5 May 1990 in London, England. Variations: Viewing All Reginald Goodall. Goodall, Reginald Goodell, Sir Reginald Goodall. Britten, Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Reginald Goodall - Peter Grimes (Scenes), The Rape of Lucretia (Abridged), Folksong Arrangements ‎(2xCD, Mono, RM).

He directed his wife, mezzo-soprano Nancy Evans, in the role of Lucretia in the 1946 premiere of Britten's opera "The Rape of Lucretia" at Glyndebourne. His first opera libretto for Britten was "Albert Herring" (1947), and he later wrote and/or directed several other Britten operas. He founded the English Opera Group in 1947, and co-founded (with Britten) the Aldeburgh Festival in 1948, later succeeding Peter Pears as its director. He also was one of the first drama producers for BBC Television.

Both Britten and Pears long admired Percy Grainger’s treatment of folksongs, and Britten had met E J Moeran soon after the older man had completed his collection of some 150 Norfolk songs. Later Britten remembered how, when Moeran was living near Norwich in the early 1930s, the two became warm friends in spite of their twenty-year age difference. It seems likely that it was Peter Pears who first drew Britten’s attention to the possibility of English folksong arrangements as encores and endings to the concerts that he and Britten gave at the end of their time in America. Volume 3 Dedicated to Joan Cross after the successes of Peter Grimes and The Rape of Lucretia, the third collection of folksongs starts not with a traditional tune but with William Shield’s (1748–1829) well-known setting of The Plough Boy written with piccolo solo for John O’Keeffe’s The Farmer.

Album: Britten: The Rape of Lucretia. Britten: The Rape of Lucretia: Best 2 songs. Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen, Бенджамин Бриттен - Rape of Lucretia, Act II, Scene II: You were right. Tarquinius took one of the horses 02:39. Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Ian Bostridge, Бенджамин Бриттен - Rape of Lucretia, Act I, Scene II: The oatmeal slippers of sleep 01:50. Album: Britten: The Rape of Lucretia. Chamber Orchestra, Joan Cross, Nancy Evans, Peter Pears, Reginald Goodell, Бенджамин Бриттен: best 2 tracks. Artist: Бенджамин Бриттен Peter Pears Joan Cross Nancy Evans Chamber Orchestra Reginald Goodell.

Sir Reginald Goodall Mezzo-soprano Vocals: Flora Nielsen Produced by: Lawrance Collingwood Produced by: Brian Potter Producer: Lawrence Collingwood Producer: David Bicknell Producer: Lawrance Collingwood Soprano Vocals: Joan Cross Soprano Vocals: Margaret Ritchie Vocals: Nancy Evans Vocals: Sir Peter Pears Composer: Benjamin Britten. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Pears was certainly the intended Peter Grimes, and it is likely that Britten wrote the role of Ellen Orford for Joan Cross. Peter Grimes has been produced many times at the Royal Opera House. The Rape of Lucretia (1946). Albert Herring (1947). The Little Sweep (1949).

Tracklist Hide Credits

The Rape of Lucretia Op.37
Baritone Vocals – Denis Dowling, Frederick SharpBass Vocals – Norman LumsdenConductor – Reginald GoodallContralto Vocals – Nancy Evans*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Flora NielsonOrchestra – The English Opera Group Chamber Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Joan Cross, Margaret RitchieTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
1-1 Act I Scene 1 - Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart 2:22
1-2 It is an axiom among kings 2:23
1-3 Here the thirsty evening 4:22
1-4 Lucretia! Lucretia! 3:51
1-5 With you two arm in arm again 4:32
1-6 Interlude: Tarquinius does not wait 2:46
1-7 Act I Scene 2 - Their spinning wheel unwinds 5:25
1-8 It is better to desire 4:47
1-9 The oatmeal slippers of sleep 1:44
1-10 None of the women move 5:26
1-11 Act II Scene 1 - She sleeps as a rose 4:23
1-12 Lucretia!...What do you want? 3:09
1-13 Go, Tarquinius! 2:17
1-14 Interlude: Here in the scene you see 3:47
1-15 Act II Scene 2 - Oh! What a lovely day! 4:26
1-16 How hideous! Take them away! 1:23
1-17 Flowers bring to every year 3:15
1-18 Too late, Junius 3:56
1-19 This dead hand lets fall 4:22
1-20 Is all this suffering and pain 4:38
Folksong Arrangements
Piano – Benjamin BrittenSoprano Vocals – Sophie Wyss
1-21 La belle est au jardin d'amour 3:01
1-22 Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse 2:19
2-1 Voici le printemps 1:47
2-2 La fileuse 1:41
2-3 Quand j'etais chez mon père 1:49
Folksong Arrangements
Piano – Benjamin BrittenTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
2-4 The Salley Gardens 3:04
2-5 Little Sir William 2:37
2-6 Oliver Cromwell 0:40
2-7 The Ash Grove 3:03
2-8 The Bonny Earl O' Moray 2:57
2-9 Heigh ho, Heigh hi! 2:10
2-10 Sweet Polly Oliver 3:02
2-11 There's none to soothe 2:17
2-12 The Plough Boy 2:03
2-13 Come you not from Newcastle? 1:17
2-14 The Foggy, Foggy Dew 2:42
2-15 The King is gone a-hunting 2:18
2-16 O Waly, Waly 3:35
Peter Grimes, Op.33 Excerpts
Chorus – BBC Theatre ChorusConductor, Piano – Reginald GoodallOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent GardenOrgan – Herbert DawsonSoprano Vocals – Joan CrossTenor Vocals – Peter Pears, Tom Culbert
2-17 Whatever you say...Let her among you without fault 3:01
2-18 Now the Great Bear and Pleiades 3:16
2-19 Interlude III: Sunday Morning 2:20
2-20 Glitter of waves 3:49
2-21 Wherefore, I pray and beseach you 3:30
2-22 O all ye works of the Lord 5:50
2-23 In dreams I've built myself some kindlier home 4:25
2-24 Embroidery in childhood 4:15
2-25 Interlude IV 2:29
2-26 Grimes!...Steady. There you are 5:59

Credits

  • Booklet Editor – Richard Abram
  • Compiled By – Richard Abram
  • Composed By – Benjamin Britten
  • Engineer – Arthur Clarke* (tracks: 2-15 to 2-16), Charles Anderson* (tracks: 2-12 to 2-14), Douglas Larter (tracks: 1-1 to 1-20)
  • Liner Notes – Eric Crozier*, John Lucas*, Nancy Evans*, Philip Reed*
  • Producer – David Bicknell (tracks: 1-1 to 1-20), Lawrance Collingwood (tracks: 1-1 to 1-20, 2-17 to 2-26), Victor Carne (tracks: 2-12 to 2-14)
  • Remastered By – Andrew Walter (tracks: All)

Notes

Rape of Lucretia - Abridged recording of the revised version
Folksong arrangements are the complete early HMV and Decca recordings (1943 - 1950)
Peter Grimes excerpts are from recordings in 1948, some previously unpublished
Recordings compiled and booklet edited by Richard Abram
This compilation and remastering ℗ 1993 by EMI Records Ltd, © 1993 EMI Records Ltd
Rape of Lucretia Recording Details: Recorded in No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London, 16-19 July and 19 October 1947
Sophie Wyss Folksong recording Details: Recorded at Decca Studios, West Hampstead, London, 26 May 1943
Peter Pears Folksong recording Details: 2-4 to 2-7 Recorded in Kingsway Hall, London, 4 January 1944; 2-8 to 2-11 Recorded at Decca Studios, West Hampstead, London, 18 June 1945; 2-12 to 2-16 Recorded in No.3 Studio, Abbey Road, London, 27 August 1947, 29 September 1950, 15 September 1950

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7777 64727 2 0
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Label Code: LC6646


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