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Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds

Paul Kelly

CD  |  Classical  |  30 Aug 2019

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Paul Kelly, James Ledger Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds CD




Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds brings six musicians from broad-ranging backgrounds together to interpret bird inspired poems, written by John Keats, Thomas Hardy, Emily Dickinson, Judith Wright, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Gwen Harwood, A D Hope and others.


It features the Seraphim Trio with Anna Goldsworthy on piano, Helen Ayres on violin and Tim Nankervis on cello, along with composer James Ledger and singer-songwriters Paul Kelly and Alice Keath.


The latter sings harmony and background vocals on The Darkling Thrush, Leda and the Swan, A Barred Owl, Ode to a  ightingale, Thornbills, The Windhover and The Magpies and the lead vocal on Proud Songsters.


Title: Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds

Format: CD

Release Date: 30 Aug 2019

Artist: Paul Kelly

Sku: 2432589

Catalogue No: GAWD028S

Category: Classical



1. Black Cockatoos (Judith Wright)

2. The Darkling Thrush (Thomas Hardy)

3. Leda and the Swan (WB Yeats)

4. Barn Owl (Gwen Harwood)

5. Mudlarking

6. A Barred Owl (Richard Wilbur)

7. "Hope" is the thing with feathers (Emily Dickinson)

8. Ode to a Nightingale (John Keats)

9. Proud Songsters (Thomas Hardy)

10. Murmuration

11. Thornbills (Judith Wright)

12.The fly (Miroslav Holub)

13. Black Swan

14. The Death of the Bird (AD Hope)

15. The Windhover (Gerard Manley Hopkins)

16. The Magpies (Denis Glover)

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