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Home CDE 84185 SONGS FROM A.E.HOUSMAN'S 'A SHROPSHIRE LAD'
Graham Trew: Baritone, Roger Vignoles: Piano, Coull String Quartet
GRAMOPHONE AWARD-Best Solo Vocal Recording 1980
SOMERVELL - A Shropshire lad - Cycle: Loveliest of trees When I was one-and-twenty There pass the Careless people In the summertime of Bredon The street sounds to the soldiers’ tread On the idle hill of summer White in the moon the long road lies Think no more, lad, laugh, be jolly Into my heart an air that kills The lads in their hundreds
BUTTERWORTH: Six songs from 'A Shropshire lad' Loveliest of trees When I was one-and-twenty Look not in my eyes Think no more lad The lads in their hundreds Is my team ploughing?
PEEL: When the lad for longing sighs Reveille In summertime on Bredon
GURNEY - The Western Playland - Cycle: Reveille Loveliest of trees Golden Friends (With rue my heart is laden) Twice a week The Aspens (Along the field) Is my team ploughing? The Far Country (Into my heart an air that kills) March (The sun at noon to higher air).