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MacDougall, Jamie (tenor)

Jamie MacDougall (tenor)

Born in Glasgow, Jamie MacDougall has established himself as one of the country’s most versatile young singers of his generation. Whither on the operatic stage or the concert platform he has sung to critical acclaim. In operatic repertoire ranging from Monteverdi to Britten he has appeared with many of the British opera companies as well as singing in Europe, America and Canada. He has worked with some of the worlds top Baroque, Chamber and Symphony orchestras including; The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the St Louis and Houston Symphony Orchestras, with conductors like Tamas Vasary, Ivan Fischer, Marin Alsopp, Richard Hickox, Trevor Pinnock, Nicholas McGegan and Daniel Harding.

With pianists Malcolm Martineau, Graham Johnson, Roger Vignoles and Julius Drake, Jamie has performed in many of the world’s major music Festivals including; Edinburgh International Festival, Perth Festival, Australia, Salzburg Festival and Aldeburgh Festival, as well as the Wigmore Hall’s International Song-makers series.

Jamie’s extensive discography covers Baroque and Classical, German and English song as well as 20th Century music.

Albums
'Bridge: Songs' (CDD22071)
Bridge: Songs
CDD22071  2CDs Dyad (2 for the price of 1) — To be issued soon July 2014 Release  
'Boughton: Bethlehem' (CDA66690)
Boughton: Bethlehem
Buy by post £13.99 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDA66690  Archive Service  
'Britten: Complete Folk Song Arrangements' (CDA66941/2)
Britten: Complete Folk Song Arrangements
Buy by post £27.98 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDA66941/2  2CDs Archive Service  
'Handel: Judas Maccabaeus' (CDA66641/2)
Handel: Judas Maccabaeus
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'Janáček: Choral Music' (CDH55398)
Janáček: Choral Music
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55398  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'MacCunn: Land of the mountain and the flood & other orchestral works' (CDA66815)
MacCunn: Land of the mountain and the flood & other orchestral works
Buy by post £10.50 CDA66815 
'Schubert: The Complete Songs' (CDS44201/40)
Schubert: The Complete Songs
Buy by post £150.00 CDS44201/40  40CDs Boxed set + book (at a special price)  
'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 20' (CDJ33020)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 20
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 22' (CDJ33022)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 22
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 28 – Maarten Koningsberger & John Mark Ainsley' (CDJ33028)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 28 – Maarten Koningsberger & John Mark Ainsley
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 32' (CDJ33032)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 32
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 33' (CDJ33033)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 33
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 34' (CDJ33034)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 34
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 35' (CDJ33035)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 35
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'A Treasury of English Song' (HYP30)
A Treasury of English Song
HYP30  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
'Bridge: Songs' (CDA67181/2)
Bridge: Songs
CDA67181/2  2CDs To be superseded by CDD22071  
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A flaxen-headed cowboy, as simple as may be  First line to The plough boy (Shield/Britten)
An die Sonne, D439 (Schubert)
An Rosa I, D315 (Schubert)
An Rosa II, D316 (Schubert)
An Sie, D288 (Schubert)
as the soldier and the sailor was a-walking one day  First line to The soldier and the sailor (Anon/Britten)
Ask me why I send you here  First line to The primrose (Bridge)
Auf der Berge freien Höhen  First line to Punschlied 'Im Norden zu singen', D253 (Schubert)
Auf! Jeder sei nun froh und sorgenfrei!  First line to Trinklied, D267 (Schubert)
Bergknappenlied, D268 (Schubert)
Bescheiden verborgen im buschichten Gang  First line to Die Nachtigall, D724 (Schubert)
Bethlehem (Boughton)
Bird Scarer's Song (Anon/Britten)
Bonny at morn 'with harp' (Anon/Britten)
Brüder! unser Erdenwallen  First line to Trinklied, D148 (Schubert)
Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn 'Watching the Wheat' (Anon/Britten)
Cariwch, medd Dafydd, Fy nhelun i mi 'Bring me my harp'  First line to David of the White Rock (Owen/Britten)
Das Bild, D155 (Schubert)
Das Dörfchen, D598 (Schubert)
Das Grab ist tief und stille  First line to Das Grab, D330 (Schubert)
Das Grab, D330 (Schubert)
David of the White Rock (Owen/Britten)
Der Abend schleiert Flur und Hain  First line to Geist der Liebe, D747 (Schubert)
Die Erscheinung 'Erinnerung', D229 (Schubert)
Die Nachtigall, D724 (Schubert)
Die Sterne, D313 (Schubert)
Down by the Salley Gardens my love and I did meet  First line to The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten)
Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander  First line to The ash grove (Anon/Britten)
Du Schrecklicher, du Schrecklicher  First line to Gott im Ungewitter, D985 (Schubert)
Du Urquell aller Güte  First line to Gebet, D815 (Schubert)
Dweller in my deathless dreams (Bridge)
Earth today rejoices, Alleluia  First line to Choral Prelude, Act 1 No 1 of Bethlehem (Boughton)
Easter day was a holiday  First line to Little Sir William (Anon/Britten)
E'en as a lovely flower (Bridge)
Ein Mädchen ist’s, das früh und spät  First line to Das Bild, D155 (Schubert)
Elegie na smrt dcery Olgy 'Elegy on the death of my daughter Olga' (Janáček)
Es tanzen Mond und Sterne  First line to Gondelfahrer, D809 (Schubert)
Father of heav'n! From thy eternal throne (Priest)  Act 3 No 1, Air from Judas Maccabaeus (Handel)
Freunde, sammelt euch im Kreise  First line to Trinklied, D75 (Schubert)
Frühlingsgesang, D740 (Schubert)
Gebet, D815 (Schubert)
Geist der Liebe, D747 (Schubert)
Go not, happy day (Bridge)
Gondelfahrer, D809 (Schubert)
Gott der Weltschöpfer, D986 (Schubert)
Gott im Ungewitter, D985 (Schubert)
Hinab, ihr Brüder, in den Schacht!  First line to Bergknappenlied, D268 (Schubert)
Hle sám, jak smírne, pokojne dívka spí! 'Behold, how peacefully, how comfortably the girl sleeps!'  First line to Elegie na smrt dcery Olgy 'Elegy on the death of my daughter Olga' (Janáček)
Hymne an den Unendlichen, D232 (Schubert)
I love a lass (Dumbiedykes)  Excerpt 2 of Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
I will give my love an apple (Anon/Britten)
Ich lag auf grünen Matten  First line to Die Erscheinung 'Erinnerung', D229 (Schubert)
Ich rühme mir mein Dörfchen hier  First line to Das Dörfchen, D598 (Schubert)
Ihr Freunde und du, gold’ner Wein!  First line to Trinklied, D183 (Schubert)
Im Abendschimmer wallt der Quell  First line to Naturgenuss, D422 (Schubert)
In Chester town there liv'd a brisk young widow  First line to The brisk young widow (Anon/Britten)
In the heat of the day when the sun shines so freely  First line to Master Kilby (Anon/Britten)
Into her keeping (Bridge)
Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
Journey's end (Bridge)
Judas Maccabaeus (Handel)
Klage um Ali Bey, D140 (Schubert)
La belle est au jardin d'amour (Anon/Britten)
La noël passée (Anon/Britten)
La pastorella al prato, D513 (Schubert)
Lasst im Morgenstrahl des Mai’n  First line to Skolie, D306 (Schubert)
Lasst mich! lasst mich! ich will klagen  First line to Klage um Ali Bey, D140 (Schubert)
Lean close thy cheek (Bridge)
Lemady (Anon/Britten)
Little Sir William (Anon/Britten)
Lob des Tokayers, D248 (Schubert)
Lord! I married me a wife (Anon/Britten)
Master Kilby (Anon/Britten)
Mi sy'n fachgen ifanc ffôl 'I am a young and foolish lad'  First line to Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn 'Watching the Wheat' (Anon/Britten)
Naturgenuss, D422 (Schubert)
Now that my love lies sleeping  First line to Into her keeping (Bridge)
O come all you young fellows that carry a gun  First line to The shooting of his dear (Anon/Britten)
O köstlicher Tokayer, o königlicher Wein  First line to Lob des Tokayers, D248 (Schubert)
O liberty, thou choicest treasure (Israelitish woman)  Act 1 No 14, Air of Judas Maccabaeus (Handel)
O Sonne, Königin der Welt  First line to An die Sonne, D439 (Schubert)
Of all the girls that are so smart  First line to Sally in our alley (Carey/Britten)
Oh! would that I again (Effie)  Excerpt 10 of Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
One midsummer's morn as I was a-walking  First line to Lemady (Anon/Britten)
Otcenáš 'Our Father' (Janáček)
Punschlied 'Im Norden zu singen', D253 (Schubert)
Punschlied 'Vier Elemente', D277 (Schubert)
Quand j'étais chez mon père (Anon/Britten)
Rosa, denkst du an mich? Innig gedenk’ ich dein  First line to An Rosa II, D316 (Schubert)
Sailor-boy (Anon/Britten)
Sally in our alley (Carey/Britten)
Schmücket die Locken mit duftigen Kränzen  First line to Frühlingsgesang, D740 (Schubert)
See, the conqu'ring hero comes! (Chorus of youths/Chorus of virgins)  Act 3 No 5, Chorus of Judas Maccabaeus (Handel)
Selma und Selmar, D286b (Schubert)
She's like the swallow (Anon/Britten)
Shoo all 'er birds you be so black  First line to Bird Scarer's Song (Anon/Britten)
Skolie, D306 (Schubert)
Sleep for the day is done (Effie)  Excerpt 11 of Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
Strew no more red roses (Bridge)
The ash grove (Anon/Britten)
The brisk young widow (Anon/Britten)
The Devon maid (Bridge)
The foggy, foggy dew (Anon/Britten)
The Lincolnshire poacher (Anon/Britten)
The miller of Dee (Anon/Britten)
The plough boy (Shield/Britten)
The primrose (Bridge)
The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten)
The sheep's in the meadows, the kye's in the corn  First line to Bonny at morn 'with harp' (Anon/Britten)
The shooting of his dear (Anon/Britten)
The soldier and the sailor (Anon/Britten)
The violets blue (Bridge)
There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee  First line to The miller of Dee (Anon/Britten)
There's none to soothe (Anon/Britten)
Trinklied, D148 (Schubert)
Trinklied, D183 (Schubert)
Trinklied, D267 (Schubert)
Trinklied, D75 (Schubert)
Warum bist du nicht hier, meine Geliebteste  First line to An Rosa I, D315 (Schubert)
We go walking on the green grass  First line to Sailor-boy (Anon/Britten)
Weine du nicht, o die ich innig liebe  First line to Selma und Selmar, D286b (Schubert)
What can it be? (Jeanie)  Excerpt 3 of Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
What will they give me, when journey's done?  First line to Journey's end (Bridge)
When I was a bachelor I lived all alone  First line to The foggy, foggy dew (Anon/Britten)
When I was bound apprentice in famous Lincolnshire  First line to The Lincolnshire poacher (Anon/Britten)
Where be you going, you Devon maid?  First line to The Devon maid (Bridge)
Where'er my bitter teardrops fall (Bridge)
Wie wohl ist mir im Dunkeln!  First line to Die Sterne, D313 (Schubert)
You are the evening cloud floating in the sky of my dreams  First line to Dweller in my deathless dreams (Bridge)
Zeit, Verkündigerin der besten Freuden  First line to An Sie, D288 (Schubert)
Zu Gott, zu Gott flieg’ auf, hoch über alle Sphären!  First line to Gott der Weltschöpfer, D986 (Schubert)
Zwischen Himmel und Erd’ hoch in der Lüfte Meer  First line to Hymne an den Unendlichen, D232 (Schubert)
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