This Week's
   Complimentary Track

   Search Options


Get Download Manager Now
Feedback
Newsletter Archive
Find Us in Facebook
Follow Us on Twitter
 

ClassicsOnline Home » BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam



BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam

Chandos
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
Album Price
 
MP3
USD 29.97
 

 

  Add to wishlist

Work/Track Title Time USD Price MP3 Tracks
BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam 2:50:41   
DISC 1
  Omar Khayyam              
      Part I: Prelude 5:54    1.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Wake! For the Sun, who scattered into flight (Chorus) 2:08    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Before the phantom of false morning died (Chorus) 2:28    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: And as the cock crew, those who stood before (Poet) 2:20    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Now the new year reviving old desires (Poet) 1:45    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Iram indeed is gone with all his rose (Poet) 2:25    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Whether at Naishapur or Babylon (Chorus) 2:14    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Each morn a thousand roses brings, you say (Beloved) 1:34    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: With me along the strip of herbage strown (Poet) 6:49    1.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Some for the glories of this world; and some (Chorus) 2:06    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Look to the blowing Rose about us - "Lo" (Beloved) 1:32    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Think, in this battered caravanserai (Chorus) 2:09    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: I sometimes think that never blows so red (Poet) 1:59    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Ah, my Beloved, fill the cup that clears (Poet) 1:55    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend (Chorus) 2:57    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Alike for those who for To-day prepare (Beloved) 2:46    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Myself when young did eagerly frequent (Philosopher) 2:33    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: What, without asking, hither hurried Whence? (Chorus) 1:21    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Up from earth's centre through the seventh gate (Poet) 2:51    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Earth could not answer; nor the seas that mourn (Chorus) 2:25    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Then of the Thee in Me wo works behind (Poet) 0:52    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Then to the lip of this poor earthern urn (Poet) 2:34    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: I think the vessel, that with fugitive (Philosopher) 2:23    0.99   Add to cart  
DISC 2
  Omar Khayyam              
      Part I: As then the tulip for her morning sup (Beloved) 3:39    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: So when that Angel of darker drink (Beloved) 2:18    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Tis but a tent where takes his one day's rest (Chorus) 2:32    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: When you and I behind the veil are past (Beloved, Poet) 4:01    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Interlude: The Desert 1:35    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: The Caravan 2:58    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: A moment's halt - a momentary taste (Chorus) 3:35    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Would you that spangle of Existence spend (Philosopher) 2:37    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: A moment guessed - then back behind the fold (Philosopher) 2:34    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Waste not your hour, nor in the vain pursuit - (Chorus) 4:09    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part I: Better be jocund with the fruitful grape (Chorus) 2:59    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: You know, my Friends, with what a brave carouse (Philosopher) 2:11    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: Ah, but my computations, people say (Chorus) 1:40    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: and 'twas - the Grape! (Philosopher, Chorus) - The Grape that can with logic absolute (Chorus) 2:42    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: The mighty Mahmud, Allah-breathing Lord (Chorus) 3:38    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: Why, be this Juice the growth of God, who dare (Philosopher) 1:29    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: I must abjure the Balm of Life, I must (Philosopher) 1:42    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: Oh threats of Hell and hopes of Paradise! (Chorus) 3:17    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: The Revelations of devout and learn'd (Chorus) 1:47    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: We are no other that a moving row (Chorus) 3:19    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: The Moving finger writes; and, having writ (Beloved) 1:41    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: And that inverted bowl we call the sky (Beloved, Poet) 1:36    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: With Earth's first clay they did the last man knead (Poet) 2:10    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: I tell you this - when, started from the goal (Philosopher) 3:30    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: What! Out of senseless Nothing to provoke (Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 4:41    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: Oh Thou, who didst with pitfall and with gin (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 1:46    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part II: Oh Thou, who Man of baser earth didst make (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 2:35    0.99   Add to cart  
DISC 3
  Omar Khayyam              
      Part III: Introduction: The Fast of Ramazan 2:47    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Worshippers in the Mosque 4:10    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: As under cover of departing day (Philosopher) 1:00    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Shapes of all sorts and sizes, great and small (Chorus) 2:07    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Said one among them - Surely not in vain (First Pot) 6:36    1.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: So while the vessels one by one were speaking (Chorus) 1:55    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Ah, with the grape my fading life provide (Philosopher) 2:26    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Indeed the idol I have loved so long (Philosopher) 1:48    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: And much as wine has play'd the infidel (Philosopher) 2:14    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Yet ah, that Spring should vanish with the rose! (Poet) 2:35    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Would but the desert of the fountain yield (Poet) 6:34    1.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: Yon rising moon that looks for us again (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 1:33    0.99   Add to cart  
      Part III: And when like her, oh Saki, you shall pass (Chorus, Beloved, Poet, Philosopher) 4:15    0.99   Add to cart  
Total Selected Album Items ( 0 )        Sub-Total Amount ( 0 )

Easter Music Sale



Last Albums Viewed


BANTOCK: Omar Khayyam

 

Affiliates  |  Classical Points  |  Press Room  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy

ClassicsOnline Newsletter Archive

Monthly Features on ClassicsOnline

Why choose ClassicsOnline?
ClassicsOnline is your source for classical music new releases, rare catalog, historical recordings and exclusive bargains. Our vast classical music catalog has over 1 Million tracks from more than 50,000 albums available in DRM-free MP3 (320kbps) and FLAC (lossless format). More than 500 new albums are added each month, all of which are carefully indexed, and searchable by Composer, Artist, Work and Label. Membership is free, and registration includes 5 free tracks for download. Get a free track every week and gain access to exclusive classical deals when you subscribe to our newsletter. ClassicsOnline was honored in 2010 as the Best Classical Download Site by the MIDEM Classical Awards Jury.

Some titles may not be available in all countries because of possible copyright or licensing restrictions.

Copyright © 2014 Naxos Digital Services Ltd. All rights reserved.
Classicsonline.com – Your Classical Music Download Source
12:34:11 PM Thursday, April 17, 2014  -207-