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Benjamin Britten, Jonathan Dove, Sally Beamish, Richard Rodney Bennett, Howard Skempton

The St Catharine's Girls' Choir, Cambridge

Sing Levy Dew

  • Type CD
  • Label Resonus Classics
  • UPC 5060262791288
  • Catalog number RES 10221
  • Release date 05 October 2018
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About the album

The St Catharine’s Girls’ Choir, Cambridge, with director Edward Wickham, celebrate ten years since their foundation with this album of works for upper voices.

In marking the momentous occasion in 2008 when St Catharine’s created the first college-based girls’ choir, the current choristers of this acclaimed group present a varied programme of secular works from British composers including Benjamin Britten (Friday Afternoons), Richard Rodney Bennett, Jonathan Dove, Howard Skempton and a world premiere by Sally Beamish.

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    It sounded as if the Streets were running I. It sounded as if the Streets were running
     
    03:55
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    It sounded as if the Streets were running II. I saw no Way
     
    02:28
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    It sounded as if the Streets were running III. How happy is the little Stone
     
    03:21
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    The Insect World I. The Insect World
     
    01:24
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    The Insect World II. The Fly
     
    00:47
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    The Insect World III. Glow-worms
     
    02:09
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    The Insect World IV. Clock-a-clay
     
    01:59
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    The Aviary I. The Bird's Lament
     
    02:10
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    The Aviary II. The Owl
     
    01:15
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    The Aviary III. The Early Nightingale
     
    02:21
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    The Aviary IV. The Widow Bird
     
    01:41
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    The Aviary V. The Lark
     
    01:13
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    Five Poems of Mary Webb I. To Life
     
    01:32
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    Five Poems of Mary Webb II. Reflections
     
    01:17
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    Five Poems of Mary Webb III. The Spirit of Earth
     
    01:51
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    Five Poems of Mary Webb IV. Safe
     
    01:22
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    Five Poems of Mary Webb V. To the World
     
    02:14
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    Seven Songs I. I have a bird
     
    01:55
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    Seven Songs II. Over the fence
     
    00:52
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    Seven Songs III. How happy is the little stone
     
    00:50
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    Seven Songs IV. Adrift
     
    01:43
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    Seven Songs V. I'm nobody
     
    01:32
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    Seven Songs VI. I shall keep singing
     
    01:19
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    Seven Songs VII. Sunset
     
    01:21
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 I. Begone, dull care
     
    00:58
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 II. A Tragic Story
     
    02:09
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 III. Cuckoo!
     
    01:53
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 IV. 'Ee-oh!'
     
    02:32
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 V. A New Year Carol
     
    02:02
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 VI. I mun be married on Sunday
     
    01:13
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 VII. There was a man of Newington
     
    00:37
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 VIII. Fishing Song
     
    02:05
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 IX. The Useful Plough
     
    02:38
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 X. Jazz-man
     
    00:48
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 XI. There was a monkey
     
    01:20
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    Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 XII. Old Abram Brown
     
    04:36

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