Saturday 22 October 2022 7:30PM

Robert Murray tenor; James Atkinson baritone; Iain Burnside piano; Katy Hamilton reader; Donald Macleod reader; Ian Skelly reader

Ludlow English Song Day: Still alive & frying bacon: Gerald Finzi's life in songs and letters

Duration

This concert will be approximately 2 hours in duration, including an interval

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  • Robert Murray tenor
  • James Atkinson baritone
  • Iain Burnside piano
  • Katy Hamilton reader
  • Donald Macleod reader
  • Ian Skelly reader

Important in firing the imaginations of those who set up the Ludlow event was the inspiration of Gerald Finzi, whose songs and writings form the nucleus of this final event.

  • Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
      • Till Earth Outwears Op. 19a
        • Let me enjoy the earth
      • Earth and Air and Rain Op. 15
        • When I set out for Lyonnesse
      • Oh fair to see Op. 13b
        • As I lay in the early sun
  • Ivor Gurney (1890-1937)
      • Even such is time
  • Gerald Finzi
      • A Young Man's Exhortation Op. 14
        • Ditty
      • I said to love Op. 19b
        • For Life I had never cared greatly
      • Before and After Summer Op. 16
        • Epeisodia
      • Earth and Air and Rain Op. 15
        • To Lizbie Brown
        • Waiting both
      • A Young Man's Exhortation Op. 14
        • The Sigh
      • Oh fair to see Op. 13b
        • Since we loved
      • To a Poet Op. 13a
        • June on Castle Hill
        • To a Poet a thousand years hence
      • Farewell to Arms Op. 9
        • His golden locks
      • Till Earth Outwears Op. 19a
        • I look into my glass
      • To a Poet Op. 13a
        • On parent knees
      • A Young Man's Exhortation Op. 14
        • The dance continued

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