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BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam

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BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam

Composer(s)Bantock, Granville
Artist(s)
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Secular
Catalogue CHSA5051-53
Label Chandos
Quality   320kbps
 
 
 

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BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam 2:50:41   
DISC 1
  Omar Khayyam          
      Part I: Prelude 5:54       
      Part I: Wake! For the Sun, who scattered into flight (Chorus) 2:08       
      Part I: Before the phantom of false morning died (Chorus) 2:28       
      Part I: And as the cock crew, those who stood before (Poet) 2:20       
      Part I: Now the new year reviving old desires (Poet) 1:45       
      Part I: Iram indeed is gone with all his rose (Poet) 2:25       
      Part I: Whether at Naishapur or Babylon (Chorus) 2:14       
      Part I: Each morn a thousand roses brings, you say (Beloved) 1:34       
      Part I: With me along the strip of herbage strown (Poet) 6:49       
      Part I: Some for the glories of this world; and some (Chorus) 2:06       
      Part I: Look to the blowing Rose about us - "Lo" (Beloved) 1:32       
      Part I: Think, in this battered caravanserai (Chorus) 2:09       
      Part I: I sometimes think that never blows so red (Poet) 1:59       
      Part I: Ah, my Beloved, fill the cup that clears (Poet) 1:55       
      Part I: Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend (Chorus) 2:57       
      Part I: Alike for those who for To-day prepare (Beloved) 2:46       
      Part I: Myself when young did eagerly frequent (Philosopher) 2:33       
      Part I: What, without asking, hither hurried Whence? (Chorus) 1:21       
      Part I: Up from earth's centre through the seventh gate (Poet) 2:51       
      Part I: Earth could not answer; nor the seas that mourn (Chorus) 2:25       
      Part I: Then of the Thee in Me wo works behind (Poet) 0:52       
      Part I: Then to the lip of this poor earthern urn (Poet) 2:34       
      Part I: I think the vessel, that with fugitive (Philosopher) 2:23       
DISC 2
  Omar Khayyam          
      Part I: As then the tulip for her morning sup (Beloved) 3:39       
      Part I: So when that Angel of darker drink (Beloved) 2:18       
      Part I: Tis but a tent where takes his one day's rest (Chorus) 2:32       
      Part I: When you and I behind the veil are past (Beloved, Poet) 4:01       
      Part I: Interlude: The Desert 1:35       
      Part I: The Caravan 2:58       
      Part I: A moment's halt - a momentary taste (Chorus) 3:35       
      Part I: Would you that spangle of Existence spend (Philosopher) 2:37       
      Part I: A moment guessed - then back behind the fold (Philosopher) 2:34       
      Part I: Waste not your hour, nor in the vain pursuit - (Chorus) 4:09       
      Part I: Better be jocund with the fruitful grape (Chorus) 2:59       
      Part II: You know, my Friends, with what a brave carouse (Philosopher) 2:11       
      Part II: Ah, but my computations, people say (Chorus) 1:40       
      Part II: and 'twas - the Grape! (Philosopher, Chorus) - The Grape that can with logic absolute (Chorus) 2:42       
      Part II: The mighty Mahmud, Allah-breathing Lord (Chorus) 3:38       
      Part II: Why, be this Juice the growth of God, who dare (Philosopher) 1:29       
      Part II: I must abjure the Balm of Life, I must (Philosopher) 1:42       
      Part II: Oh threats of Hell and hopes of Paradise! (Chorus) 3:17       
      Part II: The Revelations of devout and learn'd (Chorus) 1:47       
      Part II: We are no other that a moving row (Chorus) 3:19       
      Part II: The Moving finger writes; and, having writ (Beloved) 1:41       
      Part II: And that inverted bowl we call the sky (Beloved, Poet) 1:36       
      Part II: With Earth's first clay they did the last man knead (Poet) 2:10       
      Part II: I tell you this - when, started from the goal (Philosopher) 3:30       
      Part II: What! Out of senseless Nothing to provoke (Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 4:41       
      Part II: Oh Thou, who didst with pitfall and with gin (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 1:46       
      Part II: Oh Thou, who Man of baser earth didst make (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 2:35       
DISC 3
  Omar Khayyam          
      Part III: Introduction: The Fast of Ramazan 2:47       
      Part III: Worshippers in the Mosque 4:10       
      Part III: As under cover of departing day (Philosopher) 1:00       
      Part III: Shapes of all sorts and sizes, great and small (Chorus) 2:07       
      Part III: Said one among them - Surely not in vain (First Pot) 6:36       
      Part III: So while the vessels one by one were speaking (Chorus) 1:55       
      Part III: Ah, with the grape my fading life provide (Philosopher) 2:26       
      Part III: Indeed the idol I have loved so long (Philosopher) 1:48       
      Part III: And much as wine has play'd the infidel (Philosopher) 2:14       
      Part III: Yet ah, that Spring should vanish with the rose! (Poet) 2:35       
      Part III: Would but the desert of the fountain yield (Poet) 6:34       
      Part III: Yon rising moon that looks for us again (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 1:33       
      Part III: And when like her, oh Saki, you shall pass (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 4:15       
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