Hyperion Records

Three Belloc songs
composer
1926
author of text
No 3: from The Four Men

Recordings
'Warlock: Songs' (CDH55442)
Warlock: Songs
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'On this Island' (CDA67227)
On this Island
'The Power of Love' (CDA67888)
The Power of Love
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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  
Details
No 1: Ha'nacker Mill  Sally is gone that was so kindly
Track 25 on CDH55442 [2'40] Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
No 2: The night  Most Holy Night, that still dost keep
No 3: My own country  I shall go without companions
Track 1 on CDA67227 [2'15] Archive Service
Track 27 on CDH55442 [2'33] Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Track 25 on HYP30 [2'15] Super-budget price sampler Deleted

Three Belloc songs
The night and My own country (both 1926) were two of a group of three settings by Hilaire Belloc, a one-time Liberal MP, prolific essayist on social, political and religious topics, and versatile poet. My own country is an example of that simple strophic design that Warlock so often essayed, given breadth and fluidity by its flowing, ever-changing phraseology and subtle modulation. The night, also strophic, recalls the variegational techniques of Lilligay in its constant harmonic amplification which in turn provides a more sinister overtone to the setting’s prayerful atmosphere.

from notes by Jeremy Dibble 2001

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