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What is Life? Songs, Arias and Sacred Pieces Original recording remastered

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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, December 23, 1997
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1. Come Ye Sons Of Art: Sound The Trumpet
2. The Indian Queen: Let Us Wander
3. King Arthur: Shepherd, Leave Decoying
4. Ottone: Spring Is Coming
5. Ottone: Come To Me Soothng Sleep
6. Rodelinda: Art Thou Troubled?
7. Stabat Mater: Sancta Mater
8. Stabat Mater: Fac Ut Portem
9. St. Matthew Passion: Have Mercy, Lord, On Me
10. Greene: O Praise The Lord
11. Greene: I Will Lay Me Down In Peace
12. Orfeo Ed. Euridice: What Is Life? (Che Faro)
13. I Would That My Love, Op.63 No.1
14. Greeting, Op.63 No.3
15. Elijah: Woe Unto Them
16. Elijah: O Rest In The Lord
17. The Rape Of Lucretia: Hush, She Comes
18. The Rape Of Lucretia: Lucretia! Lucretia! O Never Again Must We Two Dare To Part

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 23, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Memoir Classics (UK)
  • ASIN: B0000044SD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #671,496 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By David Mario Callan on July 27, 2000
It was many years ago that I first heard Kathleen Ferrier. I was staying with a friend not far from where she used to live. I can recall, because it remains very vivid in my mind, the evening when we were sitting before a window and peering out onto a Winter orchard, sparsely lit by a few gas lamps and an ancient flicker from places far away. My friend asked me to listen to what he described as, "A woman's voice," which would, he said, "Hold on to my heart-strings and then glide with me upon the promontory before emotional oblivion." Further, "That her very breathing was worth infinitely more than the singing careers of most divas." Well, I listened to Kathleen Ferrier sing JS. Bach, and my very first thought was that she was singing about herself that which could only have been written for her and I really did listen while holding back a tugging response and an entrancement which I hadn't ever felt before. In my opinion, all of her repertoire carries with it and makes in the listener this same extremity of feeling but like that ancient flicker which was apparent that evening upon the trees, there comes something else, I could call it a haunting, 'supernatural' vigor, but I won't, rather, I shall let the words of Handel's Rodelinda, (which appears on this CD), do it for me; "Art thou troubled?...Music will calm thee...Art thou weary?...Rest, child divine...Rest, child divine." I bear a consideration in my mind too, that for my having heard Kathleen Ferrier, I can't bear listening to anyone else sing the same as did she, because my friend was absolutely correct, that, save for Maria Callas, there might be 'other voices,' but that is all they are. 'Have Mercy Lord On Me,' from JS. Bach's St.Read more ›
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By Nicola on January 22, 2015
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No problems so far. A gift so not played yet. Thanks.
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