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Track(s) taken from CDD22026
Recording details: April 1987
Seldon Hall, Haberdashers' Aske's School, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Produced by Paul Spicer
Engineered by Antony Howell
Release date: March 1988
Total duration: 3 minutes 25 seconds

'An indispensable collection for those who know the repertoire; a revelation to those who do not' (Gramophone)

'If you enjoy English song, this set is a must … The singers are Britain's best, and their excellence is matched by the accompaniments of Clifford Benson' (BBC Music Magazine)

'Lovely performances; beautiful sound. If you missed out first time round, don't hesitate now' (Hi-Fi News)

Shall I compare thee?, Op 1 No 1
composer
July 1912
author of text
Sonnet XVIII

Other recordings available for download
Robin Tritschler (tenor), Malcolm Martineau (piano)   December 2014 Release
Introduction
Frederick Septimus Kelly (1881-1916) was born in Sydney, Australia, but was sent to Eton College and then Oxford for his education. While there he began rowing, soon competing at the highest levels: Henley, the Boat Race, and the 1908 Olympics. Afterward he focused on music, studying in Frankfurt. In 1914 Kelly was commissioned into the British Royal Naval Division and sent to Gallipoli. Despite being wounded he survived the Gallipoli campaign and was sent to fight in France. He died while rushing a German machine gun post at the Battle of the Somme in November 1916.

from notes by Robin Tritschler 2014


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