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Playlists with tracks by William Charles Denis Browne

Monday 13th February 2017
13:00
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Wigmore Hall Mondays: Kathryn Rudge and James Baillieu
7 / 10 Tracks
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From Wigmore Hall in London, Kathryn Rudge and James Baillieu perform English song.

Ivor Gurney The fields are full
Ivor Gurney Sleep
Roger Quilter Now sleeps the crimson petal
Roger Quilter Go, lovely rose
Ivor Gurney By a bierside
Roger Quilter Music, when soft voices die
Ivor Gurney Most holy night
Frank Bridge Three songs for voice, viola and piano
William Charles Denis Browne To Gratiana dancing and singing
Herbert Howells Peacock Pie, Op 33
Friday 5th August 2016
12:00
Composer of the Week
George Butterworth and His Contemporaries, A Lost Generation
1 / 4 Tracks
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The musical legacy of Butterworth and other composers whose lives were cut short by WWI.

George Butterworth The True lover's farewell
Ernest Bristow Farrar Heroic Elegy
George Butterworth Fantasia For Orchestra
William Charles Denis Browne The Comic Spirit
Thursday 4th August 2016
12:00
Composer of the Week
George Butterworth and His Contemporaries, Over the Hills and Far Away
2 / 5 Tracks
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How the musical language of composers like Butterworth drew on a broad net of influences.

George Butterworth English Idyll no 2
George Butterworth Love blows as the wind blows
William Charles Denis Browne Arabia
Ernest Bristow Farrar Variations for Piano and Orchestra
Cecil Coles Fra Giacomo
Tuesday 2nd August 2016
12:00
Composer of the Week
George Butterworth and His Contemporaries, Love and Loss
3 / 8 Tracks
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Why the Elizabethans' attitude to culture, poetry and the arts was admired by WD Browne.

George Butterworth Requiescat
George Butterworth I will make you brooches
George Butterworth I fear thy kisses
William Charles Denis Browne Diaphenia
William Charles Denis Browne Epitaph on Salathiel Pavy
Ernest Bristow Farrar Rhapsody no. 1 Op.9 (The Open Road)
George Butterworth Six Songs from AE Housman’s A Shropshire lad
Frederick Septimus Kelly Elegy (in memoriam Rupert Brooke) for strings