Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Five Flower Songs, op. 47: To Daffodils
Benjamin Britten 2:02
2 Five Flower Songs, op. 47: The succession of the four sweet months
Benjamin Britten 2:13
3 Five Flower Songs, op. 47: Marsh Flowers
Benjamin Britten 2:10
4 Five Flower Songs, op. 47: The Evening Primrose
Benjamin Britten 2:47
5 Five Flower Songs, op. 47: Ballad of Green Broom
Benjamin Britten 2:16
6 A.M.D.G.: Prayer I
Benjamin Britten 2:23
7 A.M.D.G.: Rose Mystica
Benjamin Britten 3:43
8 A.M.D.G.: God's Grandeur
Benjamin Britten 3:03
9 A.M.D.G.: Prayer II
Benjamin Britten 3:03
10 A.M.D.G.: O Deus, ego amo te
Benjamin Britten 1:46
11 A.M.D.G.: The Soldier
Benjamin Britten 2:14
12 A.M.D.G.: Heaven-Haven
Benjamin Britten 1:31
13 A Hymn to the Virgin
Benjamin Britten 3:21
14 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Time
Benjamin Britten 1:26
15 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Concord
Benjamin Britten 2:22
16 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Time and Concord
Benjamin Britten 1:28
17 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Country Girls
Benjamin Britten 1:01
18 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Rustics and Fishermen
Benjamin Britten 0:55
19 Choral Dances from "Gloriana": Final Dance of Homage
Benjamin Britten 2:30
20 Choral after an Old French Carol
Benjamin Britten 4:45
21 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: St. Godric's Hymn
Benjamin Britten 1:33
22 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: I mon waxe wod
Benjamin Britten 0:35
23 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: Lenten is come
Benjamin Britten 2:07
24 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: The long night
Benjamin Britten 1:14
25 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: Yif ic of luve can
Benjamin Britten 2:46
26 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: Carol
Benjamin Britten 1:38
27 Sacred and Profane, op .91: Ye that pasen by
Benjamin Britten 1:57
28 Sacred and Profane, op. 91: A Death
Benjamin Britten 2:34

Credits

CD 1

choir vocals:
Polyphony (choir) (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (tracks 1–28)
composer:
Benjamin Britten (English composer) (tracks 13–19)
Benjamin Britten (English composer) (1939-08) (tracks 6–12)
Benjamin Britten (English composer) (1944) (track 20)
Benjamin Britten (English composer) (1950) (tracks 1–5)
Benjamin Britten (English composer) (1974 – 1975) (tracks 21–28)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (tracks 1–28)
lyricist:
W. H. Auden (track 20)
John Clare (shepherd poet) (track 4)
George Crabbe (track 3)
Robert Herrick (English poet) (tracks 1–2)
Gerard Manley Hopkins (English poet) (tracks 6–12)
William Plomer (tracks 14–19)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 5, 13)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer) (tracks 1–28)
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) (tracks 1–28)
Julian Millard (engineer) (tracks 1–28)
soprano vocals:
Cecilia Osmond (soprano) (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 25)
phonographic copyright by:
Hyperion Records Ltd, London (Holding company - do not use this for labels) (2001) (tracks 1–28)
recorded at:
Temple Church in London, England, United Kingdom (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (tracks 1–28)
part of:
A.M.D.G. (tracks 6–12)
Five Flower Songs, op. 47 (tracks 1–5)
Choral Dances from Gloriana (tracks 14–19)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91 (tracks 21–28)
recording of:
A Hymn to the Virgin (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 13)
A.M.D.G.: God’s Grandeur (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 8)
A.M.D.G.: Heaven-Haven (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 12)
A.M.D.G.: O deus, ego amo te (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 10)
A.M.D.G.: Prayer I (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 6)
A.M.D.G.: Prayer II (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 9)
A.M.D.G.: Rosa Mystica (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 7)
A.M.D.G.: The Soldier (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 11)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Concord (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 15)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Country Girls (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 17)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Final Dance of Homage (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 19)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Rustics and Fishermen (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 18)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Time (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 14)
Choral Dances from “Gloriana”: Time and Concord (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 16)
Chorale After an Old French Carol (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 20)
Five Flower Songs, op. 47: No. 1. To Daffodils (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 1)
Five Flower Songs, op. 47: No. 3. Marsh Flowers (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 3)
Five Flower Songs, op. 47: No. 4. The Evening Primrose (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 4)
Five Flower Songs, op. 47: No. 5. Ballad of Green Broom (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 5)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 1. St. Godric's Hymn (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 21)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 2. I mon waxe wod (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 22)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 3. Lenten is come (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 23)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 4. The long night (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 24)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 5. Yif ic of luve can (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 25)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 6. Carol (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 26)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 7. Ye that pasen by (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 27)
Sacred and Profane, op. 91: No. 8. A death (1999-10-06 – 2000-04-27) (track 28)

Release

executive producer:Edward Perry (producer and founder of hyperion, aka Ted Perry)
Simon Perry (classical music producer)
illustration:Titian
liner notes:Mervyn Cooke
liner notes translator:Isabelle Battioni (linernotes)
Bernd Müller (liner notes, German translation)
Anne Steeb (liner notes, German translation)
copyrighted by:Hyperion Records Ltd, London (Holding company - do not use this for labels) (2012)
ASIN:UK: B00A0VVPSU [info]
discography entry:https://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_CDH55438 [info]