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Burnside, Iain (piano)

Iain Burnside (piano)

Iain Burnside enjoys a unique reputation as pianist and broadcaster, forged through his commitment to the song repertoire and his collaborations with leading international singers. Such artists have included Dame Margaret Price, Susan Chilcott, Galina Gorchakova, Adrianne Pieczonka, Yvonne Kenny and Susan Bickley; David Daniels, John Mark Ainsley, Mark Padmore and Bryn Terfel. Iain also works some outstanding younger singers: Lisa Milne, Sally Matthews, Sarah Connolly; William Dazeley, Roderick Williams and Jonathan Lemalu. Chamber music collaborations have featured the Britten-Pears Ensemble and the Brodsky, Delmé and Vanbrugh Quartets.

Iain’s broadcasting career covers both Radio and TV and he has been honoured with a Sony Radio Award. His innovative programming led to a co-production between Black Box and Voices: three highly acclaimed recordings comprising songs by Schoenberg with Sarah Connolly and Roderick Williams; Debussy with Lisa Milne and Susan Bickley; and Copland with Susan Chilcott.

In addition Iain has combined his roles as pianist and presenter in a number of series: From Where I’m Sitting on Radio 3, and The Music Party for BBC World Service. His television involvement includes Cardiff Singer of the World, Leeds International Piano Competition and BBC Young Musician of the Year.

Iain has devised concert series for a number of organisations: the acclaimed Century Songs for the Bath Festival and The Crucible, Sheffield; the International Song Recital Series at London’s South Bank Centre; the Finzi Friends’ triennial festival of English Song in Ludlow.

His communicative skills and expert knowledge ensure that Iain is much sought after for educational work, taking master classes at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London; the Julliard School, New York; and the Banff Centre, Canada.

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Albums
'Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland; Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge' (CDH55187)
Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland; Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge
MP3 £4.00FLAC £4.00ALAC £4.00Buy by post £4.40 CDH55187  Helios (Hyperion's budget label) Composers of World War I  
'Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014' (HYP201408)
Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014
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Complete works available for download
IVOR GURNEY  (1890-1937)
Ludlow and Teme with Adrian Thompson (tenor), Delmé Quartet
The Western Playland with Stephen Varcoe (baritone), Delmé Quartet
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS  (1872-1958)
On Wenlock Edge with Adrian Thompson (tenor), Delmé Quartet
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Along the field as we came by  First line to The aspens, No 5 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Bredon Hill  No 5 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Clun  No 6 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Far in a western brookland  No 2 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
From far, from eve and morning  No 2 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Golden friends  No 3 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
In summertime on Bredon  First line to Bredon Hill, No 5 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
In valleys of springs of rivers  First line to Clun, No 6 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Into my heart an air that kills  First line to The far country, No 7 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Is my team ploughing?  No 3 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Is my team ploughing?  No 6 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Loveliest of Trees  No 2 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
Ludlow fair  No 4 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
March  No 8 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Oh, when I was in love with you  No 4 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
On the idle hill of summer  No 5 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
On Wenlock Edge  No 1 of On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams)
Reveille  No 1 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The aspens  No 5 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The far country  No 7 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The lads in their hundreds to Ludlow come in for the fair  First line to Ludlow fair, No 4 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
The Lent Lily  No 7 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
The sun at noon to higher air  First line to March, No 8 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The Western Playland (Gurney)
'Tis spring; come out to ramble  First line to The Lent Lily, No 7 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock town  No 3 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
Twice a week  No 4 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Wake: the silver dusk returning  First line to Reveille, No 1 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
When I was one-and-twenty  No 6 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
When smoke stood up from Ludlow  No 1 of Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
With rue my heart is laden  First line to Golden friends, No 3 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
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