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    Benjamin Britten: Les Illuminations op.18

    Les Illuminations op.18
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    • +Serenade für Tenor, Horn & Streicher; Nocturne für Tenor, 7 Instrumentalisten & Streicher
    • Künstler: Peter Pears, Barry Tuckwell, London Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten
    • Label: Decca, ADD, 1959
    • Erscheinungstermin: 4.11.2003
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    Serenade for tenor, horn & strings, Op.31
    1. 1 Prologue (Original Version)
    2. 2 Pastoral (Original Version)
    3. 3 Nocturne (Original Version)
    4. 4 Elegy (Original Version)
    5. 5 Dirge (Original Version)
    6. 6 Hymn (Original Version)
    7. 7 Sonnet (Original Version)
    8. 8 Epilogue (Original Version)
    Les Illuminations, Op.18
    1. 9 I. Fanfare (Original Version)
    2. 10 II. Villes (Original Version)
    3. 11 Iiia. Phrase (Original Version)
    4. 12 Iiib. Antique (Original Version)
    5. 13 IV. Royauté (Original Version)
    6. 14 V. Marine (Original Version)
    7. 15 VI. Interlude (Original Version)
    8. 16 Vii. Being Beauteous (Original Version)
    9. 17 Viii. Parade (Original Version)
    10. 18 IX. Départ (Original Version)
    Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60
    1. 19 1. On a poet's lips I slept (Original Version)
    2. 20 2. Below the thunders of the upper deep (Original Version)
    3. 21 3. Encintured with a twine of leaves (Original Version)
    4. 22 4. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting (Original Version)
    5. 23 5. But that night when on my bed I lay (Original Version)
    6. 24 6. She sleeps on soft, last breaths (Original Version)
    7. 25 7. What is more gentle than a wind in summer? (Original Version)
    8. 26 8. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see (Original Version)