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Duparc - Spring's Message - The Song's Of John Clare album flac

Performer: Duparc
Title: Spring's Message - The Song's Of John Clare
Released: 2008
Style: Romantic, Folk
Rating: 4.6
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Eugène Marie Henri Fouques Duparc (21 January 1848 – 12 February 1933) was a French composer of the late Romantic period. Son of Charles Fouques-Duparc and Amélie de Guaita. Henri Fouques-Duparc was born in Paris. He studied piano with César Franck at the Jesuit College in the Vaugirard district and became one of his first composition pupils. Following military service in the Franco-Prussian War, he married Ellen MacSwinney, from Scotland, on 9 November 1871.

John Clare (13 July 1793 – 20 May 1864, Northamptonshire, England). No flowers to please-no bees to hum- The coming spring's already come. I never want the Christmas rose To come before its time; The seasons, each as God bestows, Are simple and sublime. I love to see the snowstorm hing; 'Tis but the winter garb of spring. I never want the grass to bloom: The snowstorm's best in white. I love to see the tempest come And love its piercing light. The dazzled eyes that love to cling O'er snow-white meadows sees the spring. I love the snow, the crumpling snow That hangs on everything, It covers everything below Like white dove's brooding.

Sofia Gubaidulina – St John Passion - St John Easter (2007). This CD presents the brief but remarkable output of songs by Duparc during his artistic period that was cut short by a nervous affliction. These works are beautifully performed by mezzo-soprano Sarah Walker and baritone Thomas Allen, with sensitive piano accompaniment by Roger Vignoles. The collection opens with Duparc's best known melody, L'invitation au voyage, which is a setting of a text from Baudelaire's Les fleurs du mal. The lovely rolling impressionist piano harmonies are played with exquisite fluidity, as they underscore Walker's velvety and intimate vocals

The title refers to a song on John's album 21 at 33, "Two Rooms at the End of the World", and to the duo's unusual collaborative style; it is also the title of a 1991 film documenting their collaboration.

I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. L'invitation au voyage. La vague et la cloche (low voice). Le manoir de Rosemonde.

Britten: Songs from the Chinese; Dodgson: Four Poems of John Clare; Elizabethan Songs; Dowland: Pieces for Solo Guitar. Columbia G010003383328X.

Where slanting banks are always with the sun The daisy is in blossom even now; And where warm patches by the hedges run The cottager when coming home from plough Brings home a cowslip root in flower to set. Thus ere the Christmas goes the spring is met Setting up little tents about the fields In sheltered spots.


1 I Hid My Love
2 An Idle Hour
3 How Could I Forget
4 A Vision
5 Left Alone
6 I Am


  • Composed By, Instruments, Vocals – Carlos Boll
  • Lyrics By [Poetry] – John Clare
  • Mastered By – Brad Blackwood
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Carlos Boll
  • Vocals – Isabella Piombo
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