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Faure songs
Charlotte de Rothschild (soprano);

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POEMS SET TO MUSIC IN THE SONG CYCLES

Amabel

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Aria – His golden locks

George Peele

Farewell to Arms

As I lay in the early sun

Edward Shanks

Oh fair to see

At a lunar eclipse

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwear

At Middle-Field Gate in February

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

A Young Man’s Exhortation

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Before and after summer

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

The Birthnight

Walter de la Mare

To a poet

Budmouth Dears

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Channel firing

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Childhood among the ferns

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Clock of the Years, The

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Come away, death

William Shakespeare

Let us garlands bring

Comet at Yell’ham, The

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Dance continued, The

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Ditty

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Epeisodia

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Exeunt Omnes

Thomas Hardy

By footpath and stile

False Concolinel

Anon

Love’s Labours Lost

Fear no more

William Shakespeare

Let us garlands bring

For life I had never cared greatly

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

Former Beauties

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Harvest

Edmund Blunden

O fair to see

He abjures love

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Her temple

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Hiems, Song of

William Shakespeare

Love’s Labours Lost

How soon hath time

John Milton

Two sonnets

I look into my glass

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

I need not go

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

I said to love

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

I say ‘I’ll seek her side’

Thomas Hardy

Oh fair to see

In a churchyard

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

In five-score summers

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

In the mind’s eye

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Intrada

Thomas Traherne

To a poet

Introduction – The Helmet now

Ralph Knevet

Farewell to Arms

In years defaced

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

It never looks like summer

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

It was a lover and his lass

William Shakespeare

Let us garlands bring

June on Castle Hill

F.L.Lucas

To a poet

Let me enjoy the earth

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

Life laughs onward

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

Market girl, The

Thomas Hardy

Till Earth outwears

Master and the leaves, The

Thomas Hardy

By footpath and stile

O mistress mine

William Shakespeare

Let us garlands bring

Ode on the rejection of St Cecilia

George Barker

To a poet

Oh fair to see

Christina Rossetti

Oh fair to see

Only the wanderer

Ivor Gurney

Oh fair to see

On parent knees

William Jones

To a poet

Overlooking the river

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Oxen, The

Thomas Hardy

By footpath and stile

Paying Calls

Thomas Hardy

By footpath and stile

Phantom, The

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Proud songsters

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Rapture, The

Thomas Traherne

Dies Natalis

Rhapsody, The

Thomas Traherne

Dies Natalis

Riddle Song, The

William Shakespeare

Love’s Labours Lost

Rollicum-Rorum

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Salutation, The

Thomas Traherne

Dies Natalis

Self-unseeing, The

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Shortening Days

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Sigh, The

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Since we loved

Robert Bridges

O fair to see

So I have faired

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Songs of Hiems and Ver

William Shakespeare

Love’s Labours Lost

Song for Moth

William Shakespeare & Anon

Love’s Labours Lost

Summer schemes

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

To a poet

James Elroy Flecker

To a poet

To Joy

Edmund Blunden

O fair to see

To Lizbie Brown

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Too short time

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Transformations

Thomas Hardy

A Young Mans Exhortation

Two lips

Thomas Hardy

I said to love

Voices from things growing in a churchyard

Thomas Hardy

By footpath and stile

Waiting Both

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

When I consider

John Milton

Two Sonnets

When I set out for Lyonnesse

Thomas Hardy

Earth and Air and Rain

Where the picnic was

Thomas Hardy

Before and after summer

Who is Silvia?

William Shakespeare

Let us garlands bring

Wonder

Thomas Traherne

Dies Natalis

 


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