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SOUND RECORD
Author Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961.

Title Ever yours [sound recording] : selected music and letters of Percy Grainger.

Published [Australia] : Australian Broadcasting Corporation : Universal Music Group, 2011.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank CD M  11488    AVAILABLE
 UniM Grainger  GCD 334    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description 1 sound disc (CD) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series ABC Classics
ABC Classics
Notes Compact disc.
ABC Classics: 476 4628.
Contents Mock Morris -- 'On Thursday afternoon, Dec 6, I'm going to make a sort of short speech' -- My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone -- 'Dear zKøbenhavn”!' -- Colonial Song -- 'I stand at the moment at a turning point' -- Dreamery -- 'My own compositions I undertake largely as a kind of artistic life insurance' -- Harvest Hymn -- 'To produce clever overrefined sensual wild types like me' -- The Power of Love -- 'In 1932 or 1933 my wife and I took up this idea of clothing made of towelling' -- The Nightingale and The Two Sisters -- 'Dear Lady Winefride' -- Irish Tune from County Derry -- 'My heart & head alarm me' -- Blithe Bells -- 'Sorrow is fine & productive for me' -- Early One Morning -- 'I love my father so much more since I have lost mother' -- 'The Duke of Marlborough' Fanfare -- 'Do you know, little Karen' -- The Immovable 'Do'.
Performers Damien Beaumont: Reader; Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Stanhope.
Other author Beaumont, Damien.
Stanhope, David, 1952-
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra,
Subject Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961 -- Correspondence.
Orchestral music.
Monologues with music (Orchestra)
Variant Title Selected music and letters of Percy Grainger.
Local series Grainger museum reference.
Publisher Number 476 4628 ABC Classics