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  • Compositeur: In Praise of Woman
  • CD (2 avril 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN : B000002ZU3
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 15 composers, 27 songs: imaginative anthology of songs by female English composers 3 décembre 2012
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Format: CD
This collection of 27 songs by female English composers is a very imaginative compendium, ranging historically from the 1st decade of the 19th century to about 1948 or so. The composers and their respective songs are as follows:

1. Miss L.H. of Liverpool: "My Mother"
2. Caroline Norton: "Juanita"
3. Virginia Gabriel,: "Orpheus"
4. Annie Fortescue Harrison: "In the gloaming"
5. Maude Valérie White: (a) "The Throstle", (b) "My soul is an enchanted boat", (c) "The Devout Lover", (d) "So we'll go no more a-roving"
6. Teresa del Riego: "Slave Song"
7. Liza Lehmann: (a) "A widow bird sate mourning", (b) "Ah, moon of my delight, (c) "The Lily of a Day", (d) "Thoughts have wings", (e) "Henry King", (f) "Charles Augustus Fortescue"
8. Amy Woodforde-Finden: "Four Indian Love Lyrics", (a) "Till I wake", (b) "Kashmiri Song (Pale hands I loved beside the Shalimar)"
9. Ethyl Smyth: "Possession"
10. Rebecca Clarke: (a) "The Aspidistra", (b) "Shy One"
11. Elizabeth Poston: "In Praise of Woman"
12. Elisabeth Lutyens: "As I walked out one evening"
13. Elizabeth Maconchy: (a) "Have you seen but a bright lily grow?" (b) "Meditation for his Mistress"
14. Madeleine Dring: (a) "Crabbed age and youth", (b) "To the Virgins, to make much of Time"
15. Phyllis Tate: "Epitaph"

Through the 19th century, women unfortunately did not have the opportunities to pursue careers as composers to anywhere near the extent that men did, but they did what they could, composing songs and publishing where possible. This perhaps here reflects in the earliest works having that "parlour" feel, written for home performance and not necessarily for the concert hall. The ice began to crack with the transition from the 19th to the 20th centuries, as composers like Ethyl Smyth blazed trails for women composers that later composers like Lutyens and Maconchy filled. The latter, in particular, composed quite specifically songs for concert hall performance, away from the parlor. With a composer like Dring, popular music influences of her time are present in her settings of Elizabethan-era poetry, reflecting perhaps her work in London's West End.

Anthony Rolfe Johnson sings well throughout the album, with Graham Johnson his usual stalwart self as accompanist. The liner notes are by Sophie Fuller rather than Johnson, and Fuller does a good job in giving quick summaries of each composer and song, no small feat given that 15 composers and 27 songs have to be covered.

This is definitely a worthwhile journey into the side roads of art song, for those with a taste for exploring beyond standard lieder composers.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 a graceful and touching album 15 septembre 2001
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This is a fine album. The songs are graceful and touching, strong examples of Victorian parlor music. Rolfe Johnson is a first class lyric tenor and is most impressive in this CD
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