Owen Brannigan, Elizabeth Harwood, Hendon Grammar School Choir, Pro Arte Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras - Heart Of Oak & Other Songs Of Britain

Artist:
Owen Brannigan
Category:
Folk, World, & Country
Name:
Heart Of Oak & Other Songs Of Britain
Quality:
FLAC, MP3
Label: Classics For Pleasure ‎– CFP 4556
Type: Vinyl, LP, Reissue
Country: UK
Date of released: 1989
Category: Classical, Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Bay Of Biscay
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – John Davey*Words By – Andrew Cherry
2:33
A2 Cherry Ripe
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – C.E. Horn*Words By – Robert Herrick
2:09
A3 It Was A Lover And His Lass
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – Thomas MorleyWords By – Shakespeare*
2:18
A4 The Miller Of Dee
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
1:31
A5 Oh, The Oak And The Ash
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
3:01
A6 Sigh No More Ladies
Music By – Richard Stevens Words By – Shakespeare*
1:37
A7 Early One Morning
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
2:08
A8 The Bailiff's Daughter Of Islington
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
2:59
A9 Charlie Is My Darling
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
2:07
B1 A Hunting We Will Go
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Henry Fielding
2:09
B2 The Ash-Grove
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – TraditionalWords By – John Oxenford
3:04
B3 Heart Of Oak
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – William BoyceWords By – David Garrick
2:12
B4 Ye Banks And Braes
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – Robert Burns
2:59
B5 The Keel Row
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
1:18
B6 John Peel
Arranged By – Ernest TomlinsonMusic By – TraditionalWords By – John W Graves*
2:23
B7 Where The Bee Sucks
Music By – Thomas ArneWords By – Shakespeare*
1:59
B8 The Vicar Of Bray
Arranged By – Charles Mackerras*Music By – TraditionalWords By – Traditional
3:41

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Remastered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Distributed By – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control

Credits

  • Choir – Hendon Grammar School Choir
  • Conductor – Sir Charles Mackerras
  • Orchestra – Pro Arte Orchestra*
  • Painting [Front Cover, Detail From "Haymaking, Near Meriden, 1903"] – James Hammond
  • Sleeve Notes – Ernest Tomlinson

Notes

LABELS:
- Cream label (2nd variant), i.e.:
--- red swirl design across upper half of label
--- black Classics For Pleasure logo
--- red copyright and manufacturer text around upper edge of label between 8 o'clock and 4 o'clock positions
- "MANUFACTURED IN THE UK BY EMI RECORDS LIMITED"
- "℗ 1964 Original sound recording made by EMI Records Limited" at 6 o'clock
- "Arrangements by Ernest Tomlinson (Copyright Control)" at 6 o'clock

SLEEVE:
- No lamination
- No flipbacks
- Front cover "Courtesy of the Fine Arts Photographic Library"
- Red, black and white 3-segment logo on front cover (top right) - i.e. CFP logo / "CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE" / "EMI"
- "℗ 1964 Original sound recording made by EMI Records Limited"
- "Digitally remastered at Abbey Road Studios (London) - January 1989"
- "℗ 1979 Music For Pleasure Limited"
- Sleeve Notes "© ERNEST TOMLINSON, 1964"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout [stamped]): CFP 4556 TA-1-1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout [stamped]): CFP 4556 TB-1-1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): CFP 4556 TA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): CFP 4556 TB
  • Barcode (On sleeve back [top-right]): 5 099941 455616
  • Other (Extended Catalog Number on sleeve back [top-right]): 41 4556 1
  • Rights Society (On labels [Charles Mackerras arrangements]): MCPS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CLP 1789 Elizabeth Harwood • Owen Brannigan, The Hendon Grammar School Choir* Directed By Charles Western, The Pro Arte Orchestra* Conducted By Charles Mackerras* Elizabeth Harwood • Owen Brannigan, The Hendon Grammar School Choir* Directed By Charles Western, The Pro Arte Orchestra* Conducted By Charles Mackerras* - Sing The Songs Of Britain ‎(LP, Album, Mono) His Master's Voice CLP 1789 UK 1964
ESD 7002 Owen Brannigan, Elizabeth Harwood Owen Brannigan, Elizabeth Harwood - Sing The Songs Of Britain ‎(LP, RE) His Master's Voice ESD 7002 UK Unknown
C 03512 Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood - Sing The Songs Of Britain ‎(Cass, Album, Club) World Cassette Club C 03512 Australia 1977
R-03512, R. 03512 Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood - Sing The Songs Of Britain ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE) World Record Club, World Record Club R-03512, R. 03512 Australia 1977
T-4336, S/T4336 Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood Owen Brannigan • Elizabeth Harwood - Sing The Songs Of Britain ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club T-4336, S/T4336 Australia 1967