The Call: Introducing the Next Generation of Classical Singers | Stone Records 5060192781076

The Call: Introducing the Next Generation of Classical Singers

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Label: Stone Records

Cat No: 5060192781076

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 28th May 2021

Contents

Works

Brahms, Johannes

Gedichte (5), op.19
» no.5 An eine Aolsharfe (Angelehnt an die Efeuwand)

Britten, Benjamin

Folksong arrangements Vol.4 'Moore's Irish Melodies'
» no.9 The last rose of summer
Folksong arrangements Vol.5 'British Isles'
» no.4 Early One Morning
Winter Words, op.52
» no.5 The Choirmaster's Burial ('The Tenor Man's Story')

Debussy, Claude

Ariettes oubliees (6)
» no.1 C'est l'extase langoureuse
Chansons de Bilitis (3)
» no.1 La flute de Pan

Faure, Gabriel

Songs (2), op.1
» no.1 Le papillon et la fleur
Songs (3), op.23
» no.2 Notre amour

Gurney, Ivor

Elizabethan Songs (5)
» no.4 Sleep

Howells, Herbert

King David

Poulenc, Francis

Poemes (2) de Louis Aragon, FP122

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Songs (6), op.4
» no.3 In the Silence of the Secret Night

Schubert, Franz

Fischerweise, D881
Im Fruhling, D882

Schumann, Robert

Lieder und Gesange (5), op.77
» no.5 Auftrage
Minnespiel, op.101
» no.4 Mein schoner Stern!

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

Mystical Songs (5)
» IV The Call
The House of Life
» no.2 Silent Noon

Williams, Meirion

Gwynfyd

Artists

Madison Nonoa (soprano)
Martha Jones (mezzo-soprano)
Angharad Lyddon (mezzo-soprano)
Laurence Kilsby (tenor)
Alex Otterburn (baritone)
Dominic Sedgwick (baritone)
Malcolm Martineau (piano)

Works

Brahms, Johannes

Gedichte (5), op.19
» no.5 An eine Aolsharfe (Angelehnt an die Efeuwand)

Britten, Benjamin

Folksong arrangements Vol.4 'Moore's Irish Melodies'
» no.9 The last rose of summer
Folksong arrangements Vol.5 'British Isles'
» no.4 Early One Morning
Winter Words, op.52
» no.5 The Choirmaster's Burial ('The Tenor Man's Story')

Debussy, Claude

Ariettes oubliees (6)
» no.1 C'est l'extase langoureuse
Chansons de Bilitis (3)
» no.1 La flute de Pan

Faure, Gabriel

Songs (2), op.1
» no.1 Le papillon et la fleur
Songs (3), op.23
» no.2 Notre amour

Gurney, Ivor

Elizabethan Songs (5)
» no.4 Sleep

Howells, Herbert

King David

Poulenc, Francis

Poemes (2) de Louis Aragon, FP122

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Songs (6), op.4
» no.3 In the Silence of the Secret Night

Schubert, Franz

Fischerweise, D881
Im Fruhling, D882

Schumann, Robert

Lieder und Gesange (5), op.77
» no.5 Auftrage
Minnespiel, op.101
» no.4 Mein schoner Stern!

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

Mystical Songs (5)
» IV The Call
The House of Life
» no.2 Silent Noon

Williams, Meirion

Gwynfyd

Artists

Madison Nonoa (soprano)
Martha Jones (mezzo-soprano)
Angharad Lyddon (mezzo-soprano)
Laurence Kilsby (tenor)
Alex Otterburn (baritone)
Dominic Sedgwick (baritone)
Malcolm Martineau (piano)

About

The Call is the debut recording both inspired and supported by MOMENTUM: Our Future, Now, the initiative created by soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan in response to the 2020 global pandemic. Momentum enables younger performers to share the main stage with established artists, providing an immediate and practical response to the crisis. The initiative has seen a host of the world’s leading soloists, conductors, orchestras and institutions rally to help their younger colleagues, providing much needed work and professional performance experience at this deeply challenging time. The Call was the idea of leading accompanist Malcolm Martineau, who generously invited six young singers to record a selection of songs – each choosing items with which they had a particular, personal connection. The result is a wonderfully varied recital of German, French, Welsh, English and Russian repertoire, sung and played with heartfelt commitment and guided by Malcolm Martineau’s characteristic virtuosity. The album was recorded in Snape, courtesy of the generosity of Roger Wright and Britten Pears Arts.

“The response to our Snape Maltings concerts has been overwhelming and now to have the chance to be the first organisation to launch the Momentum initiative for rising performers is an additional thrill. Britten and Pears established their young artists' programme almost 50 years ago and supporting and mentoring young musicians remains a cornerstone of our work.” – Roger Wright, Britten Pears Arts

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