The Hours Begin to Sing

Release Date: 01-04-2013
PTC: 5186459
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John Corigliano
Three Irish Folksong Settings

11) The Salley Gardens (poem by William Butler Yeats) 2:37
13) She Moved Through the Fair (poem by Padraic Colum) 3:54

Gordon Getty
Four Emily Dickinson Songs

Luna Pearl Woolf
Rumi: Quatrains of Love

18) No. 1359: Do you think I know what I’m doing? (Introit) 0:52
19) No. 25: Friend, our closeness is this… 1:17
20) No. 1242: During the day I was singing with you. 1:26
22) No. 1797: We are walking through a garden. 1:32
23) No. 1246: The minute I heard my first love story 0:52
27) No. 1359: Do you think I know what I’m doing? (Finale) 0:25
Total Tracks 32
Total Duration 01hr 18min

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Following her debut solo recording with PentaTone – And If the Song be worth a Smile –, Lisa Delan returns to the American composers whose songs she has interpreted so successfully: Bill Bolcom, John Corigliano, David Garner, Gordon Getty, Jake Heggie and Luna Pearl Woolf.

This unusually versatile American soprano, who has been praised for her astounding range from rich operatic tones to Broadway belting, is back with four more premiere recordings, three of which exclusively present compositions written especially for this disc. Assisted by a select cast of soloists, Delan brings to life the words of Dickinson, Yeats, Kinnell, Rumi, Sutzkever and Arnold Weinstein.