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The two sets of settings of poems from A. Housman's volume A Shropshire Lad are actually more "folklike" than the Folk Songs from Sussex, which are based on folk song melodies and derive their appeal partly by pushing them just slightly in directions in which they don't want to go.
The Complete Butterworth Songbook - Stone Records: ST - CD or download | Presto Classical
The Housman songs are among the most beautiful of any settings of the work of this poet, who has been very popular among English song composers, with an intense melancholy that only intensifies as one considers that the war poem "The lads in their hundreds," for example, would soon describe Butterworth himself. The Folk Your favorite local bookstore. Your cart Looks like there are no items in here. Sign in to your account Browse Best Sellers. Must Have. Think no more, lad.
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The lads in their hundreds. Is my team ploughing? Twilight, Op. Clapham Town End. The River, Op. The Spanish Lady, Op. Modest and fair.
Still to be neat. Rondel, Op.
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Napster and the Napster logo are trademarks and registered trademarks of Rhapsody International. Unlimited music, wherever you are. An exception was an Orchestral Fantasia which he had started just before the war broke out: a bar full score manuscript lasting some three-and-a-half minutes has been preserved. On the first page Butterworth wrote 'see short score' which implies that the work may have been completed - but if so, the score in question has been lost.
Maud: IX. Come into the garden, Maud
The composer and conductor Kriss Russman has therefore taken up where the manuscript breaks off, adding some 5 minutes of music through a process which he describes in his liner notes as 'developing Butterworth's original ideas and combining them with additional material derived from an analysis of his other music. Russman has also made orchestral arrangements of the five-movement Suite for String Quartette and the Six Songs from 'A Shropshire Lad', both of which are recorded here for the first time.
The soloist in the song cycle, and in the three songs that make up Love Blows as the Wind Blows, is James Rutherford, who has previously recorded the Shropshire Lad songs for BIS in the original version with piano accompaniment. Sunday Times, 10th July This is a beautiful look at the all too exiguous oeuvre of a composer killed at the Somme aged Russman's completion of the Orchestral Fantasia fragment is impressive. Gramophone Magazine, August It's impossible not to sympathise with Russman's motives, and his accounts of Butterworth's four completed orchestral works are fresh and passionate, with a wide dynamic range captured in crystal-clear BIS sound.
Butterworth's admirers will want to hear this disc.