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Browse: Vaughan Williams - Epithalamion
This page lists all recordings of Epithalamion by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958).
Cantata founded on the Masque The Bridal Day, for baritone, mixed chorus, and small orchestra. Words chosen by Ursula Vaughan Williams from Spenser's Epithalamion. Eleven movements: Prologue; 'Wake now'; The Calling of the Bride; The Minstrels; Procession of the Bride; The Temple Gates; The Bellringers; The Lover's Song; The Minstrel's Song; Song of the Winged Lovers: Prayer to Juno.
John Hopkins (speaker) & Philip Smith (baritone)
Joyful Company of Singers & Britten Sinfonia, Alan Tongue
The septet of players from the Britten Sinfonia…ensure that Vaughan Williams’s music, by turns playful, lithe and sensually alluring, is winningly projected, and the baritone Philip Smith contributes... — More…