Sunday, March 17, 2013 Tenor Lawrence Brownlee and pianist Iain Burnside on Opus Arte CD 'This Heart that Flutters'

Lawrence Brownlee

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  • Deep River (Negro spiritual) 3.22
  • Chanson triste 3.22
  • Le Manoir de Rosemonde 2.42
  • Extase 3.23
  • Phidylé 5.32
  • 3 Petrarch Sonnets
  • Pace non trovo 6.44
  • Benedetto sia ‘l giorno 6.26
  • I’ vidi in terra 5.46
  • Recorded live at St John’s Smith Square, May 2010
  • Ah, mes amis...Pour mon âme 3.45 (La Fille du Régiment)
Recorded live at St John’s Smith Square, May 2010

Ben Moore:
  • I would in that sweet bosom be 2.24
  • The Cloak, the Boat and the Shoes 2.19
  • The heart that flutters 2.30
  • The Lake Isle of Innisfree 4.10
  • Tu seconda il mio disegno 6.29 (Il Turco in Italia)
Recorded live at Wigmore Hall, September 2012
  • Cinco Canciones Argentinas
  • Chacarera 1.06
  • Triste 3.20
  • Zamba 1.34
  • Arroro 2.26
  • Gato 1.46
arr Burleigh Sometimes I feel like a motherless child 2.27
Iain Burnside (piano)
With a negro spiritual, spectacular bel canto, romantic song and comic opera, Lawrence Brownlee unveils the breadth of his repertoire and the lyric tenor voice that has won acclaim at the New York's Metropolitan Opera (for his 'agility, elegance and Rossinian style) and farther afield.

Presenting the major singers of today and the stars of tomorrow, the Rosenblatt Recitals are London's only world-class season of opera recitals. This new partnership with Opus Arte will see 5-6 CDs released per year, based predominantly on studio recordings with occasional bonus live tracks.
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[Henry "Harry" Thacker Burleigh (1866-1949) was an African American composer, arranger and baritone soloist who is profiled at AfriClassical.comwhich features a comprehensive Works List by Prof. Dominique-René de Lerma,] 

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