|Britten: A Boy was Born & other choral works|
'Excellent in every aspect. The presence is breathtaking, the singing of both soloists and choir are quite superb, and the accompaniment by the organi ...
'This beautifully made record deserves the widest circulation. The sound these choirs make is of great beauty, and is captured in a flawless recording ...» More
|Britten: Songs & Proverbs of William Blake|
The multi-award-winning partnership of Gerald Finley and Julius Drake turn to the composer Benjamin Britten for their latest Hyperion release. This disc contains Britten’s two important song cycles for baritone: Tit for Tat, and the more su ...» More
|Britten: The Red Cockatoo & other songs|
'Bostridge is in the royal line of Britten's tenor interpreters … heard here in a veritable cornucopia of, by and large, unfamiliar, and even unk ...
'The advent of Ian Bostridge has been one of the most heartening occurrences in British musical life in recent years. Here is a tenor with a wonderful ...» More
|BENJAMIN BRITTEN (1913-1976))|
|A Wedding Anthem 'Amo ergo sum', Op 46Corydon Singers, Janet Coxwell (soprano), Philip Salmon (tenor), Thomas Trotter (organ), Matthew Best (conductor)» More|
|Birthday Song for ErwinIan Bostridge (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano)» More|
|This way to the tombIan Bostridge (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano)» More|
|This way to the tombGerald Finley (baritone), Julius Drake (piano)» More|