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Norris, David Owen (piano)
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David Owen Norris (piano)

see also David Owen Norris (baritone)

David Owen Norris’s optimistic temperament has led him to sample many facets of the musical world. He’s been a repetiteur at the Royal Opera House, Artistic Director of the Cardiff Festival, Chairman of the Steans Institute for Singers at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, Gresham Professor of Music in the City of London, a presenter of many musical series on BBC Radios 3 and 4, and – thanks to a mishearing on the telephone – harpist for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He was an organ scholar at Oxford University, which he left with a First, a composition scholarship and a funny accent.

He studied in Paris and Vienna, and he spent eighteen years as student, scholar and professor at the Royal Academy of Music. Resigning by accident, he spent the better part of a decade in America as the first Gilmore Artist, a ‘stealth’ award that crept up on him all unbeknowing. The twenty-first century finds him a Research Fellow at Southampton University (where he discovered that the World’s First Piano Concerto was written by the Fattest Man in England) and a Professor at the Royal College of Music.

Albums
'London Pride' (CDA67457)
London Pride
'Somervell: Maud & A Shropshire Lad' (CDH55089)
Somervell: Maud & A Shropshire Lad
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'A Treasury of English Song' (HYP30)
A Treasury of English Song
This album is not yet available for download HYP30  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
On other labels
'Herbert: Songs' (CKD335)
Herbert: Songs
MP3 £8.00FLAC £10.00ALAC £10.00 CKD335  Download only  
Complete works available for download
KIT AND THE WIDOW
Wimbledon Idyll with Catherine Bott (soprano)
SIR RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT  (1936-2012)
Let's go and live in the country with Catherine Bott (soprano)
WILLIAM BOYCE  (1711-1779)
The Pleasures of Spring Gardens, Vauxhall with Catherine Bott (soprano)
SIR NOËL COWARD  (1899-1973)
London Pride with Catherine Bott (soprano)
HARRY DACRE  (1860-1922)
While London's fast asleep with Catherine Bott (soprano)
JONATHAN DOVE  (b1959)
Five Am'rous Sighs with Catherine Bott (soprano)
MADELEINE DRING  (1923-1977)
Business Girls with Catherine Bott (soprano)
HAROLD FRASER-SIMSON  (1872-1944)
They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace with Catherine Bott (soprano)
GEORGE GERSHWIN  (1898-1937)
A foggy day in London town with Catherine Bott (soprano)
MURIEL HERBERT  (1897-1984)
Autumn with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Cradle song with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
David's lament for Jonathan with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Faint heart in a railway train with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Have you seen but a white lily grow? with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Horsemen with James Gilchrist (tenor)
How beautiful is night with James Gilchrist (tenor)
I dare not ask a kisse with James Gilchrist (tenor)
I hear an army charging with James Gilchrist (tenor)
I think on thee in the night with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
In the days of November with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
Jenny kiss'd me with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Jour des morts 'Cimetière Montparnasse' with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
Lean out of the window with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Loveliest of trees with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Love's secret with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Most Holy Night with James Gilchrist (tenor)
MS of Benedictbeuern with James Gilchrist (tenor)
On a time with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Renouncement with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
Rose kissed me today with James Gilchrist (tenor)
She weeps over Rahoon with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
Six songs for children with Ailish Tynan (soprano)
Song with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Tewkesbury Road with James Gilchrist (tenor)
The crimson rose with James Gilchrist (tenor)
The Lake Isle of Innisfree with James Gilchrist (tenor)
The lost nightingale with James Gilchrist (tenor)
To daffodils with James Gilchrist (tenor)
Violets with James Gilchrist (tenor)
When Death to either shall come with James Gilchrist (tenor)
LIONEL MONCKTON  (1861-1924)
Chalk Farm to Camberwell Green with Catherine Bott (soprano)
DAVID OWEN NORRIS  (b1953)
Big Ben Blues with Catherine Bott (soprano)
Mayfair merry-go-round with David Owen Norris (baritone)
BENNETT SCOTT  (1871-1930)
Take me in a Taxi, Joe with Catherine Bott (soprano)
MANNING SHERWIN  (1902-1974)
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square with Catherine Bott (soprano)
SIR ARTHUR SOMERVELL  (1863-1937)
A Shropshire Lad with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone)
Maud with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone)
DONALD SWANN  (1923-1994)
Joyful Noise with Catherine Bott (soprano)
SIR WILLIAM WALTON  (1902-1983)
Rhyme with Catherine Bott (soprano)
SANDY WILSON  (b1924)
A Room in Bloomsbury with Catherine Bott (soprano)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A foggy day in London town (Gershwin)
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (Sherwin)
A Room in Bloomsbury (Wilson)
A Shropshire Lad (Somervell)
Acorn and willow  No 5 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
All these dismal looks and fretting  No 4 of Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
At nine in the morning there passed a church  First line to Faint heart in a railway train (Herbert)
Autumn (Herbert)
Baby, baby dear  First line to Cradle song (Herbert)
Between your sheets you soundly sleep  No 1 of Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Big Ben Blues (Norris)
Business Girls (Dring)
Chalk Farm to Camberwell Green (Monckton)
Cradle song (Herbert)
David's lament for Jonathan (Herbert)
Faint heart in a railway train (Herbert)
Faire Daffadills, we weep to see  First line to To daffodils (Herbert)
Finish! Finish, these Languours make me sick  No 2 of Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
God set a crimson rose upon your mouth  First line to The crimson rose (Herbert)
Have you seen but a white lily grow? (Herbert)
Horsemen (Herbert)
How beautiful is night (Herbert)
I cannot lose thee for a day  First line to Song (Herbert)
I dare not ask a kisse (Herbert)
I hear an army charging (Herbert)
I must not think of thee  First line to Renouncement (Herbert)
I think on thee in the night (Herbert)
I will arise and go now  First line to The Lake Isle of Innisfree (Herbert)
In the days of November (Herbert)
It always seems funny  First line to The bunny, No 6 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
It is good to be out on the road  First line to Tewkesbury Road (Herbert)
Jack Spratt  No 4 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
Jenny kiss'd me (Herbert)
Jour des morts 'Cimetière Montparnasse' (Herbert)
Joyful Noise (Swann)
Kitten of course is the small for cat  First line to The tadpole, No 3 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
Lean out of the window (Herbert)
Let's go and live in the country (Bennett)
London Pride (Coward)
Loveliest of trees (Herbert)
Love's secret (Herbert)
Low in thy grave with thee  First line to David's lament for Jonathan (Herbert)
Maud (Somervell)
Mayfair merry-go-round (Norris)
Merry-go-round  No 1 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
Most Holy Night (Herbert)
MS of Benedictbeuern (Herbert)
My heart still hovering round about you  No 3 of Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Never seek to tell thy love  First line to Love's secret (Herbert)
On a time (Herbert)
Rain on Rahoon falls softly  First line to She weeps over Rahoon (Herbert)
Renouncement (Herbert)
Rhyme (Walton)
Rose kissed me today (Herbert)
Round, round, round goes the merry-go-round  First line to Merry-go-round, No 1 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
She weeps over Rahoon (Herbert)
Six songs for children (Herbert)
So by my singing am I comforted  First line to MS of Benedictbeuern (Herbert)
Song (Herbert)
Sweetheart, is this the last of all our posies?  First line to Jour des morts 'Cimetière Montparnasse' (Herbert)
Take me in a Taxi, Joe (Scott)
Tewkesbury Road (Herbert)
The acorn that we planted will grow into a tree  First line to Acorn and willow, No 5 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
The bunny  No 6 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
The crimson rose (Herbert)
The gypsies  No 2 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
The Lake Isle of Innisfree (Herbert)
The lost nightingale (Herbert)
The Pleasures of Spring Gardens, Vauxhall (Boyce)
The tadpole  No 3 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
The the dell are camped the gypsies  First line to The gypsies, No 2 of Six songs for children (Herbert)
There is a wind where the rose was  First line to Autumn (Herbert)
They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace (Fraser-Simson)
Tis but a week since down the glen  First line to Horsemen (Herbert)
To daffodils (Herbert)
Venus, take my votive glass  No 5 of Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Violets (Herbert)
When Death to either shall come (Herbert)
While London's fast asleep (Dacre)
Whoever stole you from that bush of broom  First line to The lost nightingale (Herbert)
Wimbledon Idyll (Kit and the Widow)
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