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Author Ars Nova (Vocal group), performer.

Title A bridge of dreams / Ars Nova Copenhagen.

Published Copenhagen, Denmark : Dacapo, [2011]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank CD M  11417  disc  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
 UniM Southbank CD M  11417  libretto  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 audio disc : CD Audio, digital, SACD ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Notes The 4th work composed of excerpts from the Liu Sol'as chamber opera The afterlife of Li Jiantong arranged for harp by Andrew Lawrence-King with a narration taken from the Anglo-Saxon poem The seafarer in the modern English translation by Kevin Crossley-Holland.
Super audio CD (hybrid); multi-channel and stereo sound; playable on CD and SACD players.
Program notes with biographical information on the performers in English and texts with English translations in container.
Contents Mass for Saint Cecilia's Day : 1983 / Lou Harrison (23:28) -- Sacred kingfisher Psalms : 2009 / Ross Edwards (13:25) -- Five lullabies : 1989 / Jack Body (11:54) -- Seafarer : 2009 / Liu Sola & Kevin Crossley-Holland (7:52) -- As I crossed a bridge of dreams : 1975 / Anne Boyd (11:10).
Performers Ars Nova Copenhagen ; Paul Hillier, conductor and narrator ; Andrew Lawrence-King, baroque harp.
Notes Recorded Aug. 2006 (5th work) and Sept. 2010 (remainder), St. Paul's Church, Copenhagen.
Language notes Sung in Latin and English; text of the 3rd work an "imaginary" language.
Other author Lawrence-King, Andrew.
Crossley-Holland, Kevin.
Hillier, Paul, conductor.
Harrison, Lou, 1917-2003. Mass for Saint Cecilia's Day.
Edwards, Ross, 1943- Sacred kingfisher Psalms.
Body, Jack, 1944-2015. Lullabies, mixed voices.
Liu, Suola, 1955- Afterlife of Li Jiantong. Selections; arranged.
Boyd, Anne, 1946- As I crossed a bridge of dreams.
Subject Seafarer (Anglo-Saxon poem) -- Musical settings.
Masses (Unison)
Psalms (Music)
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Monologues with music (Harp)
Standard Number 747313159765
Publisher Number 6.220597 Dacapo