Annie Laurie: Folksongs of the British Isles

Annie Laurie: Folksongs of the British Isles

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by King's Singers
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
11/16/1993
Label:
Warner Classics
UPC:
0077775490428
catalogNumber:
54904

Tracks

  1. Scarborough Fair
  2. Over the Sea to Skye (a.k.a. "The Skye Boat Song")
  3. What shall we do with a drunken sailor?
  4. Annie Laurie, Scottish folk song
  5. Greensleeves, folk song
  6. Londonderry Air (Danny Boy), folk song
  7. Lincolnshire Poacher, folk song
  8. Loch Lomond
  9. The Lass of Richmond Hill, song
  10. Sally Gardens
  11. The Ash Grove (The Master Has Come), song (a.k.a. "Llwyn onn")
  12. Aiken Drum
  13. Golden Slumbers
  14. Ar Hyd y Nos (All Through the Night), folk song
  15. Going to Town
  16. Home, Sweet Home!, song for voice & piano (from the operetta "Clari")
  17. Eriskay love lilt
  18. Mairi's Wedding

Album Credits

Performance Credits

King's Singers   Primary Artist,Vocal Ensemble
Manuel Barrueco   Guitar
Stephen Connolly   Bass (Vocal)
Bruce Russell   Baritone (Vocal)
Bob Chilcott   Tenor (Vocal)
Alastair Hume   Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Simon Carrington   Baritone (Vocal)
Nancy Hadden   Flute,Piccolo,Renaissance Flute,Pico
David Hurley   Counter Tenor (Vocal)

Technical Credits

John Rutter   Arranger
Andrew Jackman   Arranger
David Overton   Arranger
Bob Abriola   Art Direction
Bruce Russell   Arranger
David Flower   Engineer
Bob Chilcott   Arranger
Simon Woods   Producer
Simon Carrington   Arranger
Robert Abriola   Art Direction
Howard Goodall   Arranger
David Hutcher   Liner Notes
Grayston Ives   Arranger
Motohiko Nakada   Producer
Yukiko Monzen   translation
Frederick Edward Weatherly   Composer

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Annie Laurie: Folksongs of the British Isles 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
LordEnigma More than 1 year ago
I've long been a fan of the King's Singers, and their tendency to span a wide variety of musical genres is one of the main reason. This time around, they have folk songs of the British Isles, and have some quite fantastic renditions of some well-known songs. If you enjoy the King's Singers, I don't need to explain why this is a great CD. If you haven't heard them, and enjoy vocal music, I'd highly recommend giving them a shot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the King's Singers! Their voices blend perfectly: deep, deep bass and high tenor falsetto. This is a lively collection of traditional Celtic, English, and Welsh songs, many of them a capella. This CD is like a sampler platter of music from the British Isles. I love Skye Boat Song, Loch Lomond, and Going to Towyn.