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Songs for Ariel

1961; incidental music
author of text
The Tempest



Songs to Shakespeare
CDA66480Archive Service
Tippett/Purcell: Remember your lovers & other songs
SIGCD066Download only
Tippett: Songs


No 1: Come unto these yellow sands
Track 22 on CDA66480 [2'00] Archive Service
Track 3 on CDA66749 [1'57]
Track 19 on SIGCD066 [1'53] Download only
No 2: Full fathom five
Track 23 on CDA66480 [1'39] Archive Service
Track 4 on CDA66749 [1'34]
Track 20 on SIGCD066 [2'03] Download only
No 3: Where the bee sucks
Track 24 on CDA66480 [0'58] Archive Service
Track 5 on CDA66749 [1'05]
Track 21 on SIGCD066 [1'17] Download only

Track-specific metadata for CDA66480 track 24

Where the bee sucks
Recording date
8 February 1991
Recording venue
Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, Hampstead, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Martin Compton
Recording engineer
Antony Howell
Hyperion usage
  1. Songs to Shakespeare (CDA66480)
    Disc 1 Track 24
    Release date: November 1991
    Deletion date: August 2005
    Archive Service
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