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Voice & Orchestra

     
       

By footpath and stile - for baritone and piano

Thomas Hardy 1.Paying Calls 2.Where the Picnic was 3.The Oxen 4.The Master and the Leaves 5.Voices from things growing in the churchyard 6.Exeunt omnes.

Op.2

1921/22

f.p. 24th October 1923 Contemporary Music Centre, London Sumner Austin and the Charles Woodhouse String Quartet.

     
       

Dies Natalis for tenor or soprano and strings

Thomas Traherne 1.Intrada 2.Rhapsody 3.The Rapture (Danza) 4.Wonder (Arioso) 5.The Salutation (Aria)

Op.8

1925/1929

f.p. 26th January 1940 Wigmore Hall, London. Elsie Suddaby and the Maurice Miles String Orchestra conducted by Maurice Miles.

     
       

Aria from Farewell to Arms for voice and orchestra

George Peele His golden locks time hath to silver turned

Op.9

1925?

f.p. 6th February 1936 Mercury Theatre, London Steuart Wilson and an orchestra conducted by Iris Lemare.

     
       

Introduction from Farewell to Arms - for voice and orchestra

Ralph Knevet The Helmet now an hive for bees becomes 

Op.9

1944

f.p. (of complete work) 30th March 1945 Manchester Eric Greene and the BBC Northern Orchestra conducted by Charles Groves.

     
       

Two Sonnets -for tenor or soprano and orchestra

John Milton 1.When I consider how my life is spent 2.How soon hath time 

Op.12

1925?

f.p. 6th February 1936 Mercury Theatre, London. Steuart Wilson and an orchestra conducted by Iris Lemare.

     
       

When I set out for Lyonnesse - arranged for tenor and strings.

Thomas Hardy

Op.15

Date of this arrangement unknown.

f.p. not known

     
       

Let us Garlands Bring - for baritone and piano or strings

William Shakespeare 1.Come away, come away death. 2.Who is Sylvia 3.Fear no more the heat of the sun 4.O mistress mine 5.It was a lover and his lass.

Op.18

1929/1942

f.p. 18th October 1942 BBC Broadcast Robert Irwin and the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Clarence Raybould.

     
       

Four Songs from Love's Labours Lost - for voice and small orchestra

William Shakespeare 1.When daisies pied 2.When icicles hang by the wall 3.If she be made of white or red 4.Is it not sure a deadly pain.

Op.28a

1946/47

f.p. 7th July 1947 Wigmore Hall London Mollie Sands and Ruth Dyson.