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8 thoughts on “ A Summer Serenade - Dirge: O Rose, Thou Art Sick - Various - Classic CD 7 (CD) ”

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  2. Jun 29,  · It may be that the reason for the reticence of the original dedication was that Edward Sackville-West, who had helped with the selection of the texts, was an active music critic.—First line of Blake poem ‘O Rose thou art sick’.—Movements: Prologue—Pastoral (Cotton)—Nocturne (Tennyson)—Elegy (Blake)—Dirge (anonymous 15th century.
  3. If you haven't heard it before, do yourself a favor and listen. It is one of the finest classical recordings of all time. The lyrics are worth reading, too, since the poems that Britten put to music are truly beautiful and dark, including William Blake's famous Sick Rose: O Rose, thou art sick /5(20).
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  6. Britten: Serenade for tenor, horn & strings, Op - Elegy - O Rose, Thou Art Sick by Sir Peter Pears & Barry Tuckwell Listen and be entranced to his first words in the Pastoral of the Serenade: "The day's grown old " This CD includes some of the most beautiful and intelligent music ever written. for it is both a historic and a /5(14).
  7. The dark heart of the work is the Black “O rose thou art sick” and the scary, pounding march of the Dirge that follows, “This ae night”, but the tunes and, typically with Britten, the atmospheres, by turns haunting, comforting, placid, dancing, of the outer settings, are exquisitely rendered.

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