David Wilson-Johnson. Profile: British operatic and concert baritone, born 1950 in Northampton, England, UK. Sites: davidwilsonjohnson. Variations: Viewing All David Wilson-Johnson. Roger Quilter - David Wilson-Johnson, David Owen Norris - The Walled-in Garden (Songs By Roger Quilter) (LP). Somervell, David Wilson-Johnson, David Owen Norris. Somervell, David Wilson-Johnson, David Owen Norris - Maud, A Shropshire Lad (LP).
Listen free to Roger Quilter; Amanda Pitt, Joanne Thomas, Philip Langridge, David Wilson-Johnson, David Owen Norris – The English Song Series, Volume 11: Complete Folk-Song Arrangements, Complete Part-Songs for Women's Voices (The Arnold Book of Old Songs: English Songs: Drink to me only, The Arnold Book of Old Songs: English Songs: Over the mountains and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. Roger Quilter; Amanda Pitt, Joanne Thomas, Philip Langridge, David Wilson-Johnson, David Owen Norris. The English Song Series, Volume 11: Complete Folk-Song Arrangements, Complete Part-Songs for Women's Voices. Go to artist profile.
Roger Cuthbert Quilter (1 November 1877 – 21 September 1953) was an English composer, known particularly for his songs. Quilter was born in Hove, Sussex; a commemorative blue plaque is on the house at 4 Brunswick Square. He was a younger son of Sir William Quilter, 1st Baronet, a wealthy noted landowner, politician and art collector. Roger Quilter was educated first in the preparatory school at Farnborough.
Album · 2005 · 36 Songs. The Arnold Book of Old Songs: English Songs - II. Over the mountains. 3. The Arnold Book of Old Songs: English Songs - III. My Lady Greensleeves.
CD 1. Roger Quilter Composer. The Arnold Book of Old Songs, for voice and piano Work. Amanda Pitt Soprano, Joanne Thomas Mezzo-Soprano, David Wilson-Johnson Baritone, David Owen Norris Piano. 1. English Songs: Drink to me only. David Wilson-Johnson Baritone, David Owen Norris Piano.
The BBC artist page for David WilsonJohnson. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest David WilsonJohnson interviews. David Wilson-Johnson (born in Northampton on November 16, 1950) is a British operatic and concert baritone. David Owen Norris, Roger Quilter & David WilsonJohnson.
He made his operatic debut at Covent Garden in Henze's We Come to the River in 1976 and sang regularly there over twenty-one years in a wide range of roles including Billy Budd, Le Rossignol, L'Enfant et les Sortilleges, Boris Godunov, Turandot, Werther, Die Zauberflöte, Arianna, Cosí fan tutte. David Wilson-Johnson teaches in Amsterdam and London and is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music. He lives between houses in London, Amsterdam and South-West France. Leer más. David Wilson-Johnson, todos los videos (1).
David Wilson, Wilmington, Delaware. Covering Blowin’ in the Wind by Bob Dylan with Steve Davis and Lynn Royer at Emmaus Road Cafe. 9. Steve Davis and I covering Use Me by Bill Withers at Emmaus Road Cafe. 8. Spent some time behind the glass at Parallel Productions Recording Studio last night working on some rough mixes of "Jefferson" - a tune about some early morning/snowstorm driving through the Allegheny mountains. I had an acoustic version of this one on my first album "Songs From Wood Street," but decided to turn the band loose on it for this new project
November 16, 1950 in Northampton, England. Baritone Wilson-Johnson has had a full career, singing numerous opera and choral roles around the world. Roger Quilter: Complete Folk-Song Arrangements; Complete Part-Songs for Women's Voices. The Image Stays: Song Cycles by Trevor Hold.
|A1||Love's Philosophy (Op 3 No 1)||1:23|
|A2||Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal (Op 3 No 2)||2:07|
|A3||Autumn Evening (Op 14 No 1)||3:10|
|A5||To Wine And Beauty (Op 18 No 1)||1:44|
|A6||Go, Lovely Rose (Op 24 No 3)||3:03|
|A7||An Old Carol (Op 25 No 3)||3:03|
|Five Jacobean Lyrics (Op 28)|
|A8||The Jealous Lover||2:22|
|A9||Why So Pale And Wan?||1:03|
|A10||I Dare Not Ask A Kiss||1:05|
|A11||To Althea From Prison||2:19|
|A12||The Constant Lover||1:48|
|A14||The Walled-in Garden||1:28|
|A15||A Song At Parting||2:19|
|To Julia (Op 8)|
|B1||Prelude — The Bracelet||2:30|
|B2||The Maiden Blush||1:50|
|B4||The Night Piece||1:38|
|B6||Interlude — Cherry Ripe||2:38|
|Three Shakespeare Songs (Op 6)|
|B7||Come Away, Death||3:13|
|B8||O Mistress Mine||1:21|
|B9||Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind||2:38|
|B10||Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes||2:56|
|B11||Over The Mountains||1:56|
|B12||The Jolly Miller||1:58|
|B14||Three Poor Mariners||1:05|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Copyright (c) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Baritone Vocals – David Wilson-Johnson
- Composed By – Roger Quilter
- Design [Sleeve Design] – Terry Shannon
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Antony Howell
- Executive-Producer – Edward Perry
- Photography By [Sleeve Photograph By] – Power Pix
- Piano [Bösendorfer Piano] – David Owen Norris
- Producer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
- Sleeve Notes – Stephen Banfield
NotesRecorded on 1, 2 April 1986
Sleeve printed in England