Outward Bound, Op. 91, No. 2

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Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

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Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. The site is also available in several languages. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Four further editions appeared within two weeks of the first publication and, in all, twenty-one editions appeared in print before his next collection, The Island Race which was effectively an expanded edition of Admirals All , was published in Across Britain and the Empire the poems were sung, chanted, learned by heart, quoted by ministers in the House of Commons and by bishops in the pulpit.

While today we may recoil from a goodly number of these sentiments, it would be disingenuous, not to say inaccurate, to claim that they were not held with conviction during the late Victorian and Edwardian periods by people across the political spectrum; and it was into this sensibility that Newbolt tapped with an authentic fervour. But in addition to such patriotic ardour, Newbolt, like Henley and Kipling, was also capable of lyrical, and at times profound emotion expressed in a rich, skilfully ordered language that drew approbation from Hardy, Bridges, Yeats, Sassoon and de la Mare.

What is more, his seascapes and nautical images, notably those of his third publication, The Sailing of the Longships , still have the power to impress, and are, arguably, among the finest of their kind in English poetry. After Stanford had shown them to Greene the intended executant and dedicatee , the latter was enthusiastic for more, and so composer and singer wrote to Newbolt for another poem to create a trio of songs. A vocal score in a version for voice and piano used in this recording was also completed in March The bold unbiddable child Text: Winifred Mary Letts no.

Fairy dawn Text: William Allingham no. Fairy noon Text: William Allingham no. Fairy night Text: William Allingham Four songs no.

Outward Bound, Op. 91, No. 2 scored for Voice/Piano

The city child Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord no. Who has seen the wind? Is the moon tired? Lullaby, oh lullaby! What do the stars do? What is pink? A visit of Elizabeth [x] no. Barkerolle Text: Edward Lear no. Boat song Text: Edward Lear no.

Jessye Norman sings Brahms - Geistliches Wiegenlied, from Two Songs, Op. 91 (2/2)

Dithyramb Text: Edward Lear no. Gongdichtung Text: Edward Lear no. Limmerich ohne worte no. Nileinsamkeit Text: Edward Lear no. The absent barber Text: Edward Lear no. The aquiline snub Text: Edward Lear no. Text: Walt Whitman no.

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The song of the rose Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The only one for me Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Changing her mind Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Lost light of my eyes Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The stratagem Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The stolen heart Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The melody of the harp Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The blackbird and the wren Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Remember the poor Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The heroes of the sea Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no.

The black phantom Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Mary, what's the matter?

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Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Away to the wars Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The falling star Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Kitty of the cows Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The king's cave Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Lullaby Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no.

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The alarm Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Clare's dragoons Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The bower in my breast Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The quern song Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. I shall not die for love of thee Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Trottin' to the fair Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no.

Like a stone in the street Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The sailor's bride Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no.

Composer: Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir (1852 - 1924)

The riddle Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. I pray you be patient Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The reaper's revenge Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Oh my grief! Since we're apart Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. My garden at the back Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Alone, all alone Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. The little red lark Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no. Ancient lullaby Text: Alfred Perceval Graves no.


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