The English songs : for medium voice and piano
by Colin Brumby (1976, this version: 2000)
From the CD Anthology of Australian music
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Year: 1976, this version: 2000
Instrumentation: Medium voice, piano.
Duration: 36 min.
Contents note: Goe, and catche a falling starre (text by John Donne) (3 min., 30 sec.) -- Threnos (text by William Shakespeare) (4 min.) -- The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest (Sir William Davenant) (3 min., 10 sec.) -- Come, come, what doe I here? (text by Henry Vaughan) (2 min., 50 sec.) -- The souldier going to the field (Sir William Davenant) (3 min., 15 sec.).
First performance: by Lauris Elms — First performance on ABC Radio.
Songs set to poems by John Donne, William Shakespeare, Sir William Davenant, and Henry Vaughan.
Performances of this work
Unknown date: First performance on ABC Radio.. Featuring Lauris Elms.
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