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Evening Songs - Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello); John Lenehan (piano); Julian Lloyd Webber (cello)
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  1. Hassan, incidental music, RT i/9: Sunset
  2. Spring Sorrow, for voice & piano
  3. Maud, song cycle for tenor & orchestra, RT iii/3: Birds in the High Hall Garden
  4. Evening song, for soprano, alto & piano
  5. Danish Songs (7), for voice & orchestra or piano, RT iii/4: In the Seraglio Garden
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  1. Hassan, incidental music, RT i/9: Sunset
  2. Spring Sorrow, for voice & piano
  3. Maud, song cycle for tenor & orchestra, RT iii/3: Birds in the High Hall Garden
  4. Evening song, for soprano, alto & piano
  5. Danish Songs (7), for voice & orchestra or piano, RT iii/4: In the Seraglio Garden
  6. English Songs (3), for voice & piano, RT v/12: Love's Philosophy
  7. Sea fever, for voice & piano
  8. Over the Mountains High, song for voice & piano, RT v/2
  9. The Holy Boy, version for cello & piano
  10. Hassan, incidental music, RT i/9: Serenade
  11. Danish Songs (7), for voice & orchestra or piano, RT iii/4: Through Long, Long Years
  12. Mother and Child, cycle of 8 songs for voice & piano: Baby
  13. The three ravens, folk song arrangement for voice & piano
  14. Songs (2) for Children, for chorus & piano, RT v/29: Little Birdie
  15. Hope the Hornblower, for voice & piano
  16. Ladslove, for voice & piano (from "The Land of Lost Content")
  17. Songs (5) from the Norwegian, for voice & piano, RT v/5: Slumber Song
  18. Songs (3) to Poems by Thomas Hardy, for voice & piano: Summer Schemes
  19. Songs (4) for voice & piano, RT v/11: With Your Blue Eyes
  20. Her song, for voice & piano (from "Songs (3) to Poems by Thomas Hardy")
  21. In summer woods (How jubilant the summer sky), for soprano, alto & piano
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Instrumental arrangements of art songs often seem to strike at the balance of music and text that's at the heart of any good song, and are generally best enjoyed in small doses. This release by British cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, however, shows every sign of being a labor of love, and it's an exception to the rule. The collection of 21 songs by Delius and the closely related (at least in the song realm) John Ireland includes some unknown melodic gems, such as the early "Birds in the High Hall Garden" of Delius, which ...

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