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Quilter: folk-song arrangements/part-songs for women's voices(complete)Pitt, Thomas, Langridge, Wilson-Johnson Naxos 8.557495 2005

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First recording of Quilter's Complete Folksong Arrangements, and premiere recordings of vocal duets.
Rooted in the sound of the Victorian drawing-room ballad, Roger Quilter’s songs are elegant, refined, often private, always exquisite and without undue embellishment. Although Quilter did not draw on English folk-song as a musical resource in the way that Vaughan Williams and others did, he was very well aware of the heritage and himself arranged a variety of songs, ‘one of the most delicate and dangerous undertakings’. This recording, which includes several world premières, presents the Complete Folk-Song Arrangements and Complete Part-Songs for Women’s Voices

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(2005) Quilter: folk-song arrangements/part-songs for women's voices(complete)Pitt, Thomas, Langridge, Wilson-Johnson Naxos 8.557495 2005

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Published date: April 2005

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Local EPrints ID: 157057
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/157057
PURE UUID: 94ad1978-1d25-4ad7-9dd4-5a5e0ee3f30f
ORCID for David Norris: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6047-3529

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Date deposited: 02 Jul 2010 09:14
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:41

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Composer: Roger Quilter
Lyricist: Thomas Campion
Lyricist: Ben Jonson
Lyricist: Romney Marsh
Artist: Phillip Langridge
Artist: David Norris ORCID iD
Artist: Amanda Pitt
Artist: Joanne Thomas
Artist: David Wilson Johnson

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