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A2a. –Russell Oberlin. III. Mariner Man. A2b. IV. Long Steel Grass. A3a. –Hermione Gingold. V. Through Gilded Trellises. A3b. A4a. VII. Lullaby For Jumbo. A4b. A4c. A5a. X. The Man From A Far Countree. A5b. B1a.
The poems and the music exist in several versions. Sitwell began to publish some of the Façade poems in 1918, in the literary magazine Wheels. In 1922 many of them were given an orchestral accompaniment by Walton, Sitwell's protégé
A1a –Thomas Dunn Fanfare A1b –Russell Oberlin I. Hornpipe A1c –Hermione Gingold II. En Famille A2a –Russell Oberlin III. Mariner Man A2b –Russell Oberlin IV. Long Steel Grass A3a –Hermione Gingold V. Through Gilded Trellises A3b –Russell Oberlin VI. Tango-Pasodoble A4a –Hermione Gingold VI. .Label Category Country Year.
She would later claim that she was descended from the Plantagenets. Came the Great Popinjay.
Lead Vocals: Academy Of St. Orchestra: Academy Of St. Featured Vocalist, Orchestra: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Producer: Christopher Bishop Vocals: Fenella Fielding Vocals: Michael Flanders Lead Vocals: Sir Neville Marriner Conductor: Sir Neville Marriner Composer: William Walton. Auto-generated by YouTube.
The first, from 1929, conducted by the composer, captured only 11 of the poems, but the 1953 recording, made for Decca, is the "complete" version. In the 1970s, Walton created a new version, with an additional eight poems.
All the tracks from album Sir William Walton's Façade of. Cleo Laine, Annie Ross, John Dankworth - Sir William Walton's Façade photo images watch: Release title: Cleo Laine, Annie Ross, John Dankworth - Sir William Walton's Façade. Style of release: Poetry music.
She reacted badly to her eccentric, unloving parents and lived much of her life with her governess. She never married but became passionately attached to Russian painter Pavel Tchelitchew, and her home was always open to London's poetic circle, to whom she was generous and helpful.
|A1b||–Russell Oberlin||I. Hornpipe|
|A1c||–Hermione Gingold||II. En Famille|
|A2a||–Russell Oberlin||III. Mariner Man|
|A2b||–Russell Oberlin||IV. Long Steel Grass|
|A3a||–Hermione Gingold||V. Through Gilded Trellises|
|A3b||–Russell Oberlin||VI. Tango-Pasodoble|
|A4a||–Hermione Gingold||VII. Lullaby For Jumbo|
|A4b||–Hermione Gingold||VIII. Black Mrs. Behemoth|
|A4c||–Russell Oberlin||IX. Tarantella|
|A5a||–Russell Oberlin||X. The Man From A Far Countree|
|A5b||–Hermione Gingold||XI. By The Lake|
|B1a||–Hermione Gingold||XII. Country Dance|
|B1b||–Russell Oberlin||XIII. Polka|
|B2a||–Russell Oberlin||XIV. Four In The Morning|
|B2b||–Russell Oberlin||XV. Something Lies Beyond The Scene|
|B3a||–Hermione Gingold||XVII. Valse|
|B3b||–Hermione Gingold||XVII. Jodelling Song|
|B4a||–Hermione Gingold||XVIII. Scotch Rhapsody|
|B4b||–Russell Oberlin||XIX. Popular Song|
|B5a||–Russell Oberlin||XX. Old Sir Faulk (Fox Trot)|
|B5b||–Hermione Gingold||XXI. Sir Beelzebub|
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