Australian songs and ballads / Gregory Martin.
Featured Australian works
|Song to the storm for voice with piano||John Antill|
|Larkspur land||Werner Baer|
|Wind's work||Arthur Benjamin|
|To my myrtle tree||Nigel Butterley|
|Trois leçons (1974) for soprano with ensemble||Ann Carr-Boyd|
|Five songs (1944) for voice with piano — Homespun collars||Peggy Glanville-Hicks|
|Five songs (1944) for voice with piano — Unlucky love||Peggy Glanville-Hicks|
|Cliff, Op. 16, No. 1 (1946) for voice with piano||Raymond Hanson|
|This land is mine (1957) for mezzo-soprano voice with piano||Dulcie Holland|
|Stock-riders' song for SA choir with piano||William G. James|
|Four divine poems of John Donne (1950) for mezzo-soprano voice with piano||Dorian Le Gallienne|
|Owl and the pussycat||Vernon Lisle|
|Boat rise (1980) for voice and piano||Peter Sculthorpe|
|Six songs : to the poems of Judith Wright (1967) for voice with piano — Old prison||Margaret Sutherland|
Duration: 49 min.
Contents note: Side 1: Leichhardt's grave / Isaac Nathan -- Wind's work / Arthur Benjamin -- The old prison / Margaret Sutherland -- Song to the storm / John Antill -- Stockrider's song / William James -- The owl and the pussycat / Vernon Lisle -- A hymn to God the Father / Dorian Le Gallienne -- Side 2: Bless this house / May Brahe -- This land is mine / Dulcie Holland -- Unlucky love ; Homespun collars / Peggy Glanville-Hicks -- The cliff / Raymond Hanson -- Larkspur land / Werner Baer -- Boat rise / Peter Sculthorpe -- To my myrtle tree ; The shepherd / Nigel Butterley -- Trois lecons / Ann Carr-Boyd.
Capture session: Recorded in the Recording Hall of the Sydney Opera House, January 1984.
Gregory Martin (baritone) ; Norma Williams (piano) ; Paul Dyer (harpsichord) ; Michael Hall (vibraphone).
Dubbed from LP 86.
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