Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone new DGG CD

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Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone new DGG CD

Post by Lance » Sat Nov 03, 2018 2:14 pm ... US218_.jpg
DGG 483 5514, 47:42

•E. Drake: I Believe
•P. St. John: The Fields of Athenry w/Lottie Rhodes
•J. Denver: Perhaps Love w/Alfie Boe
•J. Bock: Fiddler on the Roof: If I Were a Rich Man
_____Do You Love Me w/Emma Thompson
•Traditional: Amazing Grace
•O. Rasbach: Trees (lyrics Joyce Kilmer)
•F. Wildhorn: The Civil War: Tell My Father w/Katherine Jenkins
•K. Jenkins: The Shepherd Post of Passchendaele
•A. H. Malotte: The Golf Song (Golfer's Lament)
•Traditional: Ar Lan Y Mor
•Laura, Augustin: Granada w/Joseph Calleja
•C. Chaplin: Smile
•Flanders & Swann: The Hippopotamus Song
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Metro Singers
Paul Bateman, conductor
[Recorded April and June 2018 in England and Czech Republic]

The great Welsh-born bass-baritone [b.1965] BRYN TERFEL JONES (to us, Bryn Terfel because he knows another Bryn Terfel Jones!) has given us opera, lieder, pop songs, and crossover CDs prior to this new DGG release. It's a splendid album, well recorded, and includes several other singers outlined above. If I have any complaint, it would be that at least another 20 minutes could/might have been added to this album, short for a CD, but what we have is enormously entertaining. As Terfel states: "Music is such a special language. There's a connection with music and words, evoking our deepest memories and keenest hopes — our dreams and songs to sing." He writes very touching and sentimental notes in the booklet, also full of colour photos.

A very diversified program, for sure, who love this man's highly expressive, clear-dictioned voice. Highly recommended. Excellent accompaniments and work by the Metro Voices, and orchestras under Paul Bateman. ♫
Lance G. Hill

When she started to play, Mr. Steinway came down and personally
rubbed his name off the piano. [Speaking about pianist &*$#@+#]


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