A Shropshire Lad (English Journeys)
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Given true commitment, atmosphere and concentration by artists such as the award winning baritone Blake Fischer and pianist Claire Cooper, it can take you on both a dramatic and emotional journey.
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In "A Shropshire Lad", Fischer winner of the prestigious Song Recital Award and Cooper embark on a journey through the musical countryside of English and American folk, traditional and art songs, with music by Butterworth, Finzi, Copland and Britten. Move Records has produced five recital CDs of the Song Recital Award winners as part of its major sponsorship of the competition , and is proud to continue its association with the award going into the new millennium.
He joined the full-time chorus of Opera Australia in and has understudied and performed lead roles.
I would hope to hear more from Fischer in the next few years Wilfred Owen read Tagore, and in a letter home quoted from song 96 : ". The amazingly perceptive Sebastian Faulks included this same first line from song 96 "When I go from hence let this be my parting word, that what I have seen is unsurpassable" as context for his contemporary novel of the Great War, Birdsong Sir Henry Newbolt was one of the Edwardian "Great Men," and a close friend of General Sir Douglas Haig , whom he "first met when they were students together at Clifton College , whose cricket field provides the scene of Newbolt's first stanza [of his poem " Vitai Lampada "]" Fussell , Newbolt's belief in the values inculcated in the public schools, the virtues of self-abnegation, good sportsmanship, and "playing the game" whether in life or in battle is dramatized in poems such as " Vitai Lampada " "They Pass on the Torch of Life" -- written before the war, but seemingly anticipating the coming need for selfless sacrifice for loyalty and duty.
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Milford, Instead, in he failed his final exams. Yet, 11 years later, having continued studying on his own, he was given the chair of Latin at University College London. Then, in , he took up a similar position at Cambridge, where he remained until his death at 77 in When Jackson left England in , Housman turned to poetry.