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The Sprig of Thyme

The Cambridge Singers | City of London Sinfonia
John Rutter (conductor)

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Description

The Sprig of Thyme offers a selection of traditional songs of the British Isles, drawing together long-standing favourites as Willow Song and The Miller of Dee with lesser known gems as O Can Ye Sew Cushions and The Sprig of Thyme. Many new settings for choir and small instrumental group have been created by John Rutter especially for this album. Rutter’s suite of eleven traditional songs, The Sprig of Thyme (all of which can be heard on this album) is published by Oxford University Press.

Track list

  1. The Sprig of Thyme: The bold grenadier (arr. Rutter)
  2. The Sprig of Thyme: The keel row (arr. Rutter)
  3. The Sprig of Thyme: The willow tree (arr. Rutter)
  4. The Sprig of Thyme: The Sprig of Thyme (arr. Rutter)
  5. The Sprig of Thyme: Down by the Sally Gardens (arr. Rutter)
  6. The Sprig of Thyme: The cuckoo (arr. Rutter)
  7. The Sprig of Thyme: I know where I’m going (arr. Rutter)
  8. The Sprig of Thyme: Willow song (arr. Rutter)
  9. The Sprig of Thyme: O can ye sew cushions (arr. Rutter)
  10. The Sprig of Thyme: The miller of Dee (arr. Rutter)
  11. The Sprig of Thyme: Afton water (arr. Rutter)
  12. Five Traditional Songs: The girl I left behind me (arr. Rutter)
  13. Five Traditional Songs: O waly, waly (arr. Rutter)
  14. Five Traditional Songs: The British Grenadiers (arr. Rutter)
  15. Five Traditional Songs: Golden Slumbers (arr. Rutter)
  16. Five Traditional Songs: Dashing away with the smoothing iron (arr. Rutter)
  17. The Lark in the Clear Air (arr. Andrew Carter)
  18. She’s like the swallow (arr. E. Chapman)
  19. Searching for lambs (arr. Rutter)
  20. Five English Folk Songs: The dark eyed sailor (arr. Vaughan Williams)
  21. Five English Folk Songs: The spring time of the year (arr. Vaughan Williams)
  22. Five English Folk Songs: Just as the tide was flowing (arr. Vaughan Williams)
  23. Five English Folk Songs: The lover’s ghost (arr. Vaughan Williams)
  24. Five English Folk Songs: Wassail song (arr. Vaughan Williams)
  25. She moved through the fair (arr. Daryl Runswick)

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