The Cloths Of Heaven - Janet Baker - An Anthology Of English Song (Vinyl, LP)


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Label: Saga (5) - XID 5213 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country •


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  1. Tojagul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of An Anthology Of English Song on Discogs.
  2. Kajijora
    The album, "English Song Anthology", is a collection of English songs primarily from the early 20th century, as sung by Janet Baker, with piano accompaniment by Martin Isepp. Baker's singing is remarkable; apparently she was in her early 30's when this album was recorded, and the songs showcase her remarkable artistry and vocal range/5(16).
  3. Vuzilkree
    "The Cloths of Heaven," one of Yeats's loveliest lyrics, gets a lovely setting, one that Stanford himself, a brutal critic of his students, would have been glad to own up to. Apparently, the song was a favorite of Baker's, since I believe she included it many times in her recitals. Here, the lines. Had I the heavens' embroidered cloths.
  4. Ararr
    The Cloths of Heaven. Victor Johnson - Shawnee Press. Click to review. One of Yeats' best-loved poems from his third volume of poetry, The Wind Among the Reeds, is exquisitely set in this thoughtful choral work of romance and dreams. Careful painting of the text throughout creates a musical landscape for developing choirs as well as more.
  5. Shaktizuru
    This was one of the very earliest of the great Janet Baker's recordings, the voice light, fresh, beautifully produced and lovingly endowed on this selection of 20th century English songs. Modest in scope they may be, but songs such as Dunhill's Cloths of Heaven, Howells's King David and Gurney's Sleep, in Dame Janet's hands, have power to touch /5(16).
  6. Akitaur
    The quarrel of the sparrows in the eaves, The full round moon and the star-laden sky, And the loud song of the ever-singing leaves, Had hid away earth's old and weary cry. And then you came with those red mournful lips, And with you came the whole of the world's tears, And all the sorrows of her labouring ships, And all the burden of her myriad.
  7. Mikam
    The phrase cloths of heaven is sometimes taken refer to the kind of cloths one might imagine being seen in Heaven, but it’s far more likely that Yeats uses the word ‘heavens’ to mean the sky and the natural world around us. The colours and patterns are the images created by nature in the different seasons and different times of day and night.
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  9. Kajijin
    VINYL; Janet Baker English Song Anthology Release Date: 01/30/ Label: Dunhill’s setting of The Cloths of Heaven never seemed to me to really engage with the words. It is all too sing-song and disengaged but this is not Baker or Isepp’s fault. Warlock’s Balulalow with its slowly rocked cradling shows much greater fidelity.

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