I Love my Love: A Folk Song Collection | Albion Records ALBCD032

I Love my Love: A Folk Song Collection

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Label: Albion Records

Cat No: ALBCD032

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 1st September 2017

Contents

Artists

Mary Lewis (soprano)
Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano)
Trefor Jones (tenor)
Norman Stone (tenor)
Steuart Wilson (tenor)
William Anderson (baritone)
Frederick Collier (baritone)
Frederick Ranalow (baritone)
Leon Goossens (oboe)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Ivor Newton (piano)
Clarnce Raybouled (piano)
The English Singers
Glasgow Orpheus Choir
Fleet Street Choir
British National Opera Company
Oriana Madrigal Society
Light Symphony Orchestra
Britsih Symphony Orchestra

Conductors

Hugh Roberton
TB Lawrence
Malcolm Sargent
G Kennedy Scott
Adrian Boult

Works

Broadwood, Lucy

The Crocodile

Butterworth, George

A Shropshire Lad: Rhapsody for Orchestra

Grainger, Percy

Brigg Fair (traditional)

Holst, Gustav

I love my Love (traditional)

Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory

Songs of the Hebrides (traditional)
» Sea Sorrow

Kreisler, Fritz

Londonderry Air

Sharp, C J

Admiral Benbow (traditional)
O no, John! (traditional)
The Crystal Spring (traditional)
The Keys of Canterbury (traditional)

Smyth, Ethel

Interlinked French Folk Melodies (2)

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

A Farmer's Son so Sweet (traditional)
An Acre of Land (traditional)
Ca' the Yowes (traditional)
Down in yon Forest (traditional)
Hugh the Drover
» Tuesday Morning (traditional)
I Will Give My Love An Apple
It's of a Lawyer (traditional)
Just as the Tide was Flowing (traditional)
The Dark-Eyed Sailor (traditional)
The Turtle Dove (traditional)
Wassail Song (traditional)
We've been a-while a-wandering (traditional)

Wilson, Steuart

Rio Grande (traditional)

Artists

Mary Lewis (soprano)
Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano)
Trefor Jones (tenor)
Norman Stone (tenor)
Steuart Wilson (tenor)
William Anderson (baritone)
Frederick Collier (baritone)
Frederick Ranalow (baritone)
Leon Goossens (oboe)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Ivor Newton (piano)
Clarnce Raybouled (piano)
The English Singers
Glasgow Orpheus Choir
Fleet Street Choir
British National Opera Company
Oriana Madrigal Society
Light Symphony Orchestra
Britsih Symphony Orchestra

Conductors

Hugh Roberton
TB Lawrence
Malcolm Sargent
G Kennedy Scott
Adrian Boult

About

I Love my Love is a collection of remastered 78 rpm recordings of folk songs. It focuses on folk songs of classical beauty, presented in generally straightforward arrangements, collected in the early years of the 20th century. There is a depth of humanity in these songs that connects us to a not-so-distant past. The stories and sentiments they describe, of love, war, courtship, separation and the vagaries of the seasons, can make us smile, empathise and, sometimes, still move us to tears.

Tracklisting:
1. The Turtle Dove (arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams)
2. Just as the Tide was Flowing (arr. Vaughan Williams)
3. Down in yon Forest (arr. Vaughan Williams)
4. An Acre of Land (arr. Vaughan Williams)
5. A Farmers Son (arr. Vaughan Williams)
6. Ca the Yowes (arr. Vaughan Williams)
7. The Dark-Eyed Sailor (arr. Vaughan Williams)
8. Its of a Lawyer (arr. Vaughan Williams)
9. Weve been a-while a-wandering (arr. Vaughan Williams)
10. Wassail Song (arr. Vaughan Williams)
- The English Singers

11. The Keys of Canterbury (arr. Cecil Sharp)
12. Rio Grande (arr. Steuart Wilson)
13. The Crocodile (arr. Lucy Broadwood)
- Steuart Wilson (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)

14. Admiral Benbow (arr. Sharp)
- Frederick Ranalow (baritone) with piano accompaniment

15. O No, John! (arr. Cecil Sharp)
- Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano), Ivor Newton (piano)

16. Sea Sorrow (from Songs of the Hebrides) (Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, arr. Granville Bantock)
- Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton

17. I Love my Love (arr. Gustav Holst)
- The Fleet Street Choir, T.B. Lawrence

18. The Crystal Spring (arr. Sharp)
19. I will give my love an apple (arr. Vaughan Williams)
- Girls from Secondary Modern School in North Midlands

20. Tuesday Morning (arr. Vaughan Williams, from Act 1 of Hugh the Drover)
- Mary Lewis (soprano), William Anderson (baritone), Frederick Collier (baritone), Trefor Jones (tenor), British National Opera Company, Malcolm Sargent

21. Londonderry Air (arr. Fritz Kreisler)
- Leon Goossens (oboe), Clarence Raybould (piano)

22. Brigg Fair (arr. Percy Grainger)
- Norman Stone (tenor), Oriana Madrigal Society, G. Kennedy Scott

23. Ethel Smyth - Two Interlinked French Folk Melodies
- Light Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Boult

24. George Butterworth - A Shropshire Lad
- British Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Boult

25. The Turtle Dove (arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams)
- Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton

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