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Stars of the Night: Songs and Violin Works by Ralph Vaughan Williams - Iain Burnside (piano); Matthew Trusler (violin); Roland Wood (baritone)
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  1. Songs of Travel, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  2. Studies in English Folk Song (6) for cello (or violin, viola, clarinet) & piano
  3. Watchful's Song, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 1)
  4. The Song of the Pilgrim, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 2)
  5. The Pilgrim's Psalm, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 3)
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  1. Songs of Travel, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  2. Studies in English Folk Song (6) for cello (or violin, viola, clarinet) & piano
  3. Watchful's Song, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 1)
  4. The Song of the Pilgrim, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 2)
  5. The Pilgrim's Psalm, for voice & piano (Songs from The Pilgrim's Progress No. 3)
  6. Violin Concerto in D minor ("Concerto Accademico")
  7. The Lark Ascending, romance for violin & orchestra
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Organized by the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society, this release is characteristic of such private enterprises: it covers mostly rather obscure material, but it's a nice find for fans, with performances of real intimacy and sensitivity. The only work that appears in its original form is the cycle of Songs of Travel that opens the album (all nine are there, despite the track list). One of the texts by Robert Louis Stevenson gives the album its title, and all are wonderfully performed by baritone Roland Wood. The rest of the ...

Stars of the Night: Songs and Violin Works by Ralph Vaughan Williams 2014, Albion

UPC: 5060158190188

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