February 12, 2001: Kisses Aplenty

In connection to Valentine's Day, the third hour of this program presents songs with references to lips and kissing.

Fanfare I (CD: Praise the Lord) (Gerre Hancock, organ) Paul Creston: Gregorian chant for string orchestra (CD: Roy Harris: (New York Chamber Folksong Symphony) Orchestra; Arthur Lief) Jean Sibelius: Symphony no. 5 (CD: Schoenberg: (BBC Northern Symphony Chamber Symphony / Orchestra; Jacha Horenstein) Sibelius: Symphony No. 5) Claude Debussy: La cathédrale engloutie (arr. (CD: Stokowski Stokowski) Transcriptions) (The Philadelphia Orchestra; Wolfgang Sawallisch)
Arvo Pärt: The beatitudes (CD: Ikos) (Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Stephen Cleobury) César Franck: Les Béatitudes (CD: César Franck: Quatrième béatitude Les Béatitudes) (Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart; Helmuth Rilling) Claudio Monteverdi: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin (CD: Vespers of the Nigra sum Blessed Virgin) (Mark Tucker, tenor; Jakob Lindberg, chitarrone; English Baroque Soloists; John Eliot Gardiner) Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Vineam meam non (CD: Palestrina: custodivi Song of Songs) (Pro Cantione Antiqua; Bruno Turner) Henry Purcell: Fantasies 6, 7, 8 (CD: Purcell: Complete (Phantasm) Fantasies for Viols) My love is live a red, red, rose (arr. John Cameron) (CD: Early One Morning) (Choir of New College, Oxford; Edward Higginbottom) A rosebud (CD: Among the Lasses) (Susan Rode Morris, soprano; Phebe Craig, harpsichord) Morten Lauridsen: Dirait-on (CD: Morten Lauridsen: (Jane Thorngren, soprano; Northwest Journey) James Drollinger, baritone; Morten Lauridsen, piano) William Billings: I am the Rose of Sharon (CD: Billings: A Land (His Majestie's Clerkes; Paul Hillier) of Pure Delight)
Thomas Campion: Come you false-eyed wanton (CD: It fell on (Ian Partridge, tenor; a summer's day) Jakob Lindberg, lute) Thomas Campion: It fell on a summer's day (CD: It fell on (Ian Partridge, tenor; a summer's day) Jakob Lindberg, lute) John Farmer: Fair Phyllis I saw (CD: English (Oxford Camerata; Jeremy Summerly ) Madrigals and Songs) J. Wilson: Take O take those lips away (CD: The English (Julianne Baird, soprano; Lute Song) Ronn McFarlane, lute) Robert Johnson: Where the bees sucks (CD: The English (Julianne Baird, soprano; Lute Song) Ronn McFarlane, lute) John Wilbye: Sweet honey-sucking bees / Yet sweet take (CD: Draw on heed Sweet Night) (The Hilliard Ensemble) John Blow: Chloe found Amyntas lying all in tears (CD: Awake my lyre) (Redbyrd; The Parley of Instruments) Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Unquiet Grave (CD: Bushes and Briars) (The London Madrigal Singers; Christopher Bishop) Henry Purcell: The Fairy Queen (CD: Purcell: Now the maids and the men The Fairy Queen) What I have often heard (Timothy Penrose, countertenor; David Thomas, bass; Jennifer Smith, soprano; English Baroque Soloists; John Eliot Gardiner;) Daniel-Lesur: Le Cantique des Cantiques (CD: La Jeune France: (The Sixteen; Harry Christophers) Jolivet / Messiaen / Daniel-Lesur) Oh John no! (arr. Cecil Sharp) (CD: Paul Robeson: (Paul Robeson) The Legendary Moscow Concert)
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