There is sweet music
English Choral Songs, 1890-1950

Featuring masterpieces by Benjamin Britten (Five Flower Songs), Vaughan Williams (Three Shakespeare Songs), Stanford, Delius and Elgar alongside folk-song arrangements by Bairstow, Chapman, Grainger, Holst, Moeran and Stanford, this collection highlights a golden age of the English part-song, now somewhat neglected but nonetheless offering many gem-like compositions worthy of re-investigation.

CSCD505  56 minutes 14 seconds
'These performances are a joy to listen to' (BBC Record Review)
'This is a good introduction to the English Choral Tradition. Although the music was recorded some fifteen years ago it is still fresh' (MusicWeb International)