• NI5983 Katalognummer
  • 0710357598326 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Rothschild, Charlotte | Farmer, Adrian | Vale, Nathan

Quilter, Roger

Nimbus Records


Quilter, Roger:

Three Pastoral Songs, Op. 22:
I. I Will Go With My Father A-ploughing
II. Cherry Valley
III. I Wish and I Wish

In the Bud of the Morning-O Op. 25 No. 6
The Time of Roses, Op. 24, No. 5
In the Highlands (No. 1 from Two Songs, Op. 26)
Love's Philosophy, Op. 3 No. 1 (Shelley)
A Song at Parting
The Jocund Dance, Op. 18, No. 3
Now sleeps the crimson petal, Op. 3 No. 2 (Tennyson)

Arnold Book of Old Songs:
I. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
II. My Lady's Garden
III. Charlie Is My Darling
IV. Ye Banks and Braes
V. Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
VI. My Lady Greensleeves
VII. Over The Mountains
VIII. Barbara Allen
IX. Ca' the Yowes
X. The Jolly Miller
XI. The Ash Grove

The cradle in Bethlehem
One Word Is Too Often Profaned
June (Nora Hopper) (1905)
I Arise from Dreams of Thee, Op. 29


The songs on this disc span more than 50 years and show Quilter in all his moods – light, exuberant, ephemeral, narrative, pensive, but always melodic. Few composers – especially song composers – can claim to have written works that have remained in print since they were first published more than a hundred years ago. Roger Quilter is one such, though the number of his songs still in print is regrettably small. Valerie Langfield

Charlotte de Rothschild’s career has taken her all over the world. With her wide knowledge of the song repertoire, from different eras, countries and genres, she has created many themed programmes; the best-known being “Family Connections” which traces the  musical history of her forebears with music by, and anecdotes about, the composers who were friends, teachers or ancestors of the Rothschild family during the 19th and 20th Centuries. 

Nathan Vale studied with Ryland Davies at the Royal College of Music and Benjamin Britten International Opera School. He was awarded an Independent Opera Vocal Scholarship to the National Opera Studio, where he was further supported by the Elmley Foundation, ENO, the Nicholas John Trust and The Seary Trust. He is a former winner of the London Handel Singing Competition where he was also awarded the Audience Prize. He continues his studies with David Pollard.

Adrian Farmer trained as an accompanist at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester from 1977, following a music degree at Birmingham University. He first encountered Nimbus Records in 1979, when he was invited to record for them, but quickly made the decision to join the founders as a record producer, a role that he has maintained for 40 years.


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Quilter, Roger: The Songs of, Vol. 3 <span>-</span> Rothschild, Charlotte (soprano) / Farmer, Adrian (piano) / Vale, Nathan (tenor) Quilter, Roger: The Songs of, Vol. 3 Rothschild, Charlotte (soprano) / Farmer, Adrian (piano) / Vale, Nathan (tenor)

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