Download Since She Whom I Loved - Matthew Barley - Britten*, Bryars*, Tavener* - Around Britten (CD, Album)
2013
Label: Signum Records - SIGCD318 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic, Modern, Contemporary


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9 thoughts on “ Since She Whom I Loved - Matthew Barley - Britten*, Bryars*, Tavener* - Around Britten (CD, Album)

  1. Jan 30,  · Around Britten CD Matthew Barley | January 30, ‘A defining statement in modern cello-playing’ Sinfini ***** My new CD is out – of course it is centred around Britten (the 3rd solo suite), and also features beautiful solo works by John Tavener and Gavin Bryars (this last one is the first recording of the piece), and an improvisation, all recorded in Canterbury Cathedral.
  2. Matthew Barley (cello) Matthew Barley adds to his reputation as one of the UK's most innovative and creative performers with the new programme and album Around Britten —celebrating the centenary of Britten's birth with a selection of his works, including the Third Cello Suite and pieces by Sir John Tavener and Gavin Bryars.
  3. This release by British cellist Matthew Barley serves admirably as a solo cello recording that doesn't bog down over the course of plus minutes, and there's more to recommend it as well. The album consists mostly of music by Britten himself, with examinations of his influence in two different directions represented by Gavin Bryars and John Tavener. 8/
  4. Matthew Barley adds to his reputation as one of the UK's most innovative and creative performers with this release celebrating the centenary of Britten's birth. Barley presents a selection of Britten's works, including the Third Cello Suite along with pieces by Sir John Tavener and Gavin Bryars.
  5. The disc is a voyage around the cello as well as around Britten, and one that never becomes relentless. In his Improvisation, there is skilfully woven reference to the profusion of styles in which he plays The high point, though, is Barley's arrangement of 'Since she whom I loved'.3/5.
  6. Matthew Barley further proves his reputation as one of the UK's most innovative and creative performers with the new programme and CD 'Around Britten' – celebrating the centenary of Britten's birth with a selection of his works, including the Third Cello Suite and pieces by John Tavener and Gavin Bryars. The release coincides with the start of a tour of events taking Britten's music to a.
  7. Artist: Matthew Barley Title: Tavener: The Protecting Veil Released: Style: Classical RAR Size: Gb Tracklist: 1. He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven 2. The Protecting Veil: I. The Protecting Veil 3. The Protecting Veil: II. The Nativity of the Mother of God 4. The Protecting Veil: III. Annunciation 5. The.
  8. Cellist Matthew Barley's latest album sees him tackle John Tavener's mighty concertante work for the cello, the minute The Protecting Veil – based on an eleventh-century legend about an apparition of the Virgin Mary, and reflecting Tavener's own Orthodox Christian beliefs with each movement focusing on a key event in the life of the saint.
  9. As always, Barley’s playing is fearless. The disc is a voyage around the cello as well as around Britten, and one that never becomes relentless. In his Improvisation, there is skilfully woven reference to the profusion of styles in which he plays The high point, though, is Barley’s arrangement of ‘Since she whom I loved’.

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