CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852-1924): On Time, Heraclitus, To Chloris, Corydon, arise!, The swallow, Praised be Diana, Like desert woods, To his flocks, On a hill there grows a flower, The blue bird, Shall we go dance?, When Mary thro' the garden went, Diaphenia, The haven, A lover's ditty, God and the Universe, Peace, come away, A dirge, Out in the windy West, The witch, Farewell, my joy!, The train, The inkbottle, Chillingham, My heart in time.
Catalogue Number: 12P043
Reference: CD 0128
Description: This 75-minute collection of partsongs covers most of Stanford's career, from 1873 to 1914, with anonymous Elizabethan texts second to ten by Mary Coleridge, the daughter of a lifelong friend. Some of these represent Stanford's most original works in the genre. Texts included.