from notes by Mervyn Cooke © 2010
extrait des notes rédigées par Mervyn Cooke © 2010
aus dem Begleittext von Mervyn Cooke © 2010
Deutsch: Henning Weber
|Britten: Britten Abroad|
Susan Gritton and Mark Padmore perform these songs with vigour, marvellously accompanied by Iain Burnside and do great justice to songs which many would regard as being the most distinctive and very finest examples of Britten’s art.» 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
|Britten, Finzi & Tippett: Songs|
'This is still a voice of youthful freshness, commanded with skill and assurance. The programme tests his musicianship very thoroughly, and it reveals ...
'Sung by Mark Padmore who, on this form and in this repertory, seems to me to be unrivalled among younger English tenors … With Roger Vignoles as ...» More