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My true love hath my heart
composer
1875; also set to French words as Mon amour a mon cur
author of text

Recordings
'Gounod: Songs' (CDA66801/2)
Gounod: Songs
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Track 15 on CDA66801/2 CD2 [1'55] 2CDs Please, someone, buy me

My true love hath my heart
The publishing history of My true love hath my heart is uncertain. Officially the song entitled Mon amour a mon cœur (poem by Barbier) was written in 1875 after Gounod’s return to Paris. However, one glance at the French text is sufficient to identify it as a translation of Sir Philip Sidney’s celebrated poem. It is also evident that in deference to the poet Gounod was attempting a musical stylization—in this case the deliberately antique Elizabethan madrigal style. There is no record of this song being published in English but it is almost certain that it was among the manuscripts which the composer brought back with him from England. In his usual manner Gounod is selective about how much of the poem he chooses to use.

from notes by Graham Johnson 1993

Track-specific metadata
Details for CDA66801/2 disc 2 track 15
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-93-80215
Duration
1'55
Recording date
5 May 1993
Recording venue
St Paul's Church, New Southgate, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Arthur Johnson
Recording engineer
Keith Warren
Hyperion usage
  1. Gounod: Songs (CDA66801/2)
    Disc 2 Track 15
    Release date: October 1993
    2CDs Please, someone, buy me
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