9 thoughts on “ Song 3 - Douglas Lilburn - ;Sings Harry; - A Song Cycle (Vinyl) ”
Jun 06, · Douglas Gordon Lilburn was born November 2, in Wanganui, New Zealand. His first years, until , were mostly spent at the family station (farm) they called "Drysdale", at which time he was sent to the Waitaki Boys’ High School in Oamaru, where he received his first formal piano lessons (his first piano Sonata in C minor was composed in ).
Get Lost 3 (15 Unreleased Kiwi Rhythm And Beat Gems To ) ZLP Zerox: LP, Compilation, Unofficial Release, New Zealand: Kiri Te Kanawa: This Is My Song: SLC Kiwi: LP, Album,, New Zealand: Various: Music And Movement - Record 3: EA Kiwi: 7", 45 RPM,, New Zealand: Rangi Te Kura Dewes: Nga Moteatea - Traditional.
Sings Harry; song cycle for tenor and piano. Sings Harry; arranged for baritone and piano. Sings Harry; arranged for tenor and guitar. Duos for two violins. Clear Sky and The Picnic; two songs for soprano and piano. Piano Piece for four hands. Allegro non troppo. Promoted to Senior Lecturer, VUW.
In the final song, a delightful recollective melange of landscapes and uncles, this is achieved by means of recurrent motifs (the 'river running by') and reflective pauses. Sings Harry was released in on a label called Kiwi New Zealand Composer Edition. It was the third work by Lilburn to be recorded and the sole piece on a 45 rpm disc.
The work also includes a self quotation from the song cycle Sings Harry () set to poems by Denis Glover. Lilburn has a strong affinity to Harry, the 'old timer', who abides with the smell of gorse fires, the sparkle of mountain tarns and the reality of farmhouse dung.
Lilburn’s setting of Denis Glover’s Sings Harry tells the story of an idiosyncratic New Zealander, a man of many voices and outlooks, from grumpy to gracious; to me the penultimate song, Flowers of the Sea, is one of Lilburn’s finest achievements.
To be honest, however, my presence at the concert was largely to do with a particular piece of music being performed that afternoon – Douglas Lilburn’s song-cycle, Sings Harry must be one of the most quintessential Kiwi artistic creations of singular expression ever made, bringing together, as it does, words and music formed out of the.
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