Tracklist

CD 1
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1Sorrow song
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Sorrow song (for alto or baritone, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Samuel Daniel
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1904 until 1905)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 15)
part of:
Three Songs for Contralto or Baritone
Havergal Brian3:57
2The message
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
The Message (for alto or baritone, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
John Donne
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1904 until 1905)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 16)
part of:
Three Songs for Contralto or Baritone
Havergal Brian2:01
3Farewell
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Farewell (for alto or baritone, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Reginald Heber (Hymn-writer)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1904 until 1905)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 17)
part of:
Three Songs for Contralto or Baritone
Havergal Brian3:59
4Little Sleeper, Op. 13a
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Little Sleeper (for soprano or tenor, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Muhammad Hafiz
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
revised by:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1972)
translator:
Richard Le Gallienne (poet/lyricist)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 31A)
Havergal Brian5:29
5John Dowland's Fancy
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Prelude: John Dowland’s fancy (for piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1934)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 180)
Havergal Brian2:48
6A faery song, Op. 13c
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
A faery song (for mezzo-soprano, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
William Butler Yeats
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 33)
Havergal Brian2:06
7The soul of steel
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
The soul of steel (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Christopher M. Masterman (poet)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1920 until 1921)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 148)
Havergal Brian4:30
8Since love is dead
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Since Love is Dead (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Alfred George Bowles
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1922 until 1923)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 151)
Havergal Brian2:34
9Legend, for Violin and Piano
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
violin:
Jonathan Stone (Violinist) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Legend (for violin and piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 144)
Havergal Brian6:52
10When icicles hang by the wall
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
When icicles hang by the wall (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
William Shakespeare (English poet and playwright)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1919)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 125)
Havergal Brian2:11
11Care-charmer sleep
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Care-charmer sleep (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Samuel Daniel
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1919)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 126)
Havergal Brian4:21
12Take, O, take those lips away
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Take, O take those lips away (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
William Shakespeare (English poet and playwright)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (from 1919 until 1921)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 146)
Havergal Brian1:05
13The mountain and the squirrel
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
The mountain and the squirrel (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Ralph Waldo Emerson (American poet, philosopher, and transcendentlist)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1914-04)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 57.9)
Havergal Brian1:24
14The lost doll
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
The lost doll (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Charles Kingsley
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1914)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 57.14)
Havergal Brian1:24
15What does little birdie say
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
What does little birdie say? (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Lord Alfred Tennyson
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (on 1914-01-14)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 57.2)
Havergal Brian1:25
16The boys and the pastille
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Three Illuminations: I. The boys and the pastille (for piano and speaker (ad lib)) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (on 1916-12-07)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 111A (i))
part of:
Three Illuminations (for piano and speaker (ad lib))
Havergal Brian1:46
17The butterfly's waltz
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Three Illuminations: II. The butterfly's waltz (for piano and speaker (ad lib)) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (on 1916-12-07)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 111A (ii))
part of:
Three Illuminations (for piano and speaker (ad lib))
Havergal Brian1:24
18Venus and a bobby
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Three Illuminations: III. Venus and a bobby (for piano and speaker (ad lib)) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (on 1916-12-07)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 111A (iii))
part of:
Three Illuminations (for piano and speaker (ad lib))
Havergal Brian2:57
19Soliloquy Upon a Dead Child, Op. 13a
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Soliloquy upon a dead child (for soprano or tenor, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Gerald Cumberland (in 1906)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 31B)
Havergal Brian5:29
20Day and night
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
Day and Night (for tenor, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Gerald Cumberland (in 1906)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 27)
Havergal Brian5:02
21When I lie ill
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
When I lie ill (for tenor, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Gerald Cumberland (in 1906)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 28)
Havergal Brian3:08
22If I could speak
engineer and producer:
Richard Sutcliffe (UK-based recording producer, engineer & editor)
piano:
Sholto Kynoch (pianist & festival director) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
baritone vocals:
Mark Stone (baritone singer) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recorded at:
Potton Hall in Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
recording of:
If I could speak (for tenor, piano) (from 2011-08-25 until 2011-08-26)
lyricist:
Gerald Cumberland (in 1906)
composer:
Havergal Brian (composer) (in 1906)
part of:
Works of Havergal Brian (By IMSLP catalog number) (number: 29)
Havergal Brian2:38