8 thoughts on “ Willow, Willow - Kathleen Ferrier Accompanied By Phyllis Spurr - Northumbrian, Elizabethan, And Irish Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kathleen Ferrier Accompanied By, Phyllis Spurr ‎– Folk Songs Northumbrian, Elizabethan, And Irish Folk Songs Label: London Records ‎–
  2. Kathleen Ferrier was a vivacious woman who is best remembered for - and perhaps best celebrated for - her personality. A dedicated and vibrant student of music, she enjoyed immense global success before succumbing to breast This book came as part of my Bookishly subscription box, and it was surprisingly a /5(2).
  3. In the course of her professional life the English contralto Kathleen Ferrier made a large number of recordings. In the summer of she signed a contract with Columbia, which lasted until February She then transferred to Decca, and remained with them until her death in October Apart from her studio recordings, many of her live performances and broadcast recitals were recorded.
  4. - Maurice D'Oisley, tenor and music festival adjudicator at Millom, Cumbria, where Kathleen Ferrier won the Gold Medal in When Kathleen Ferrier died from cancer on 8 October, , aged only 41, the English - and indeed the international - musical stage lost one of its greatest-ever natural singing talents.
  5. Kathleen Ferrier with Phyllis Spurr (Piano) K Gluck: Orfeo, a complete version of the performance at the Glyndebourne Festival Kathleen Ferrier, Zoe Vlachopoulos (Soprano) and Ann Ayars (Soprano), with the Glyndebourne Festival Choir and the Southern .
  6. Kathleen Gertrud Ferrier (born March 8, ) is a former Dutch politician of Surinamese descent and development aid worker. She served as a member of parliament of Netherlands representing the party Christian Democratic Appeal (Christen-Democratisch Appèl) from to
  7. Kathleen Ferrier (contralto), Phyllis Spurr (piano, tracks 1, 2, , 8, ), John Newmark (piano, tracks 7 and 9), Frederick Stone (piano, tracks ) Tracks recorded at the Decca Studios, Broadhurst Gardens, London, between February and December
  8. Willow, Willow, a song by Kathleen Ferrier on Spotify. Featured on Folk Songs of England, Scotland & Ireland. More by Kathleen Ferrier. Kathleen Ferrier in New York. Kathleen Ferrier Remembered. LP Pure, Vol. Bruno Walter Conducts Mahler (Recorded ).

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