Sibelius & Rachmaninov: Songs

Sibelius & Rachmaninov: Songs

Sibelius & Rachmaninov: Songs
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Classical
Code
CKD 482
Inlay available for download
Booklet available for download
  • Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: I. Nu star jul vid snoig port "Christmas Stands at the Snowy Gate"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: I. Nu star jul vid snoig port "Christmas Stands at the Snowy Gate"

    01:49
    $2.40
  • Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: II. Nu sa kommer julen "Christmas Is Now Coming"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: II. Nu sa kommer julen "Christmas Is Now Coming"

    02:47
    $2.40
  • Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: III. Det morknar ute "It’s Getting Dark Outside"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: III. Det morknar ute "It’s Getting Dark Outside"

    01:39
    $2.40
  • Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: IV. Giv mig ej glans, ej guld, ej prakt "I Seek No Gold or Majesty"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: IV. Giv mig ej glans, ej guld, ej prakt "I Seek No Gold or Majesty"

    03:16
    $2.40
  • Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: V. On hanget korkeat "The Frost Engraves All the Window Panes"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Christmas Songs, Op. 1: V. On hanget korkeat "The Frost Engraves All the Window Panes"

    02:29
    $2.40
  • Pa verandan vid havet "On the Balcony by the Sea", Op. 38 No. 2
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Pa verandan vid havet "On the Balcony by the Sea", Op. 38 No. 2

    03:24
    $2.40
  • Norden "The North", Op. 90 No. 1
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Norden "The North", Op. 90 No. 1

    02:26
    $2.40
  • Svarta rosor "Black Roses", Op. 36 No. 1
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Svarta rosor "Black Roses", Op. 36 No. 1

    02:22
    $2.40
  • Sav, sav, susa "Reed, Reed, Rustle", Op. 36 No. 4
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Sav, sav, susa "Reed, Reed, Rustle", Op. 36 No. 4

    02:41
    $2.40
  • Five Songs, Op. 37: I. Den forsta kyssen "The First Kiss"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Songs, Op. 37: I. Den forsta kyssen "The First Kiss"

    01:53
    $2.40
  • Five Songs, Op. 37: II. Lasse liten "Little Lasse"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Songs, Op. 37: II. Lasse liten "Little Lasse"

    01:55
    $2.40
  • Five Songs, Op. 37: III. Soluppgang "Sunrise"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Songs, Op. 37: III. Soluppgang "Sunrise"

    02:22
    $2.40
  • Five Songs, Op. 37: IV. Var det en drom? "Was It a Dream?"
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Songs, Op. 37: IV. Var det en drom? "Was It a Dream?"

    02:08
    $2.40
  • Five Songs, Op. 37: V. Flickan kom ifran sin alsklings mote "The Girl Returned from Meeting Her Lover’)
    Composer(s) Jean Sibelius
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Five Songs, Op. 37: V. Flickan kom ifran sin alsklings mote "The Girl Returned from Meeting Her Lover’)

    02:57
    $2.40
  • Letter to K S Stanislavsky
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Letter to K S Stanislavsky

    02:56
    $2.40
  • Siren’ "Lilacs’", Op. 21 No. 5
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Siren’ "Lilacs’", Op. 21 No. 5

    01:50
    $2.40
  • Zdes’ khorosho "How Nice It Is Here", Op. 21 No. 7
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Zdes’ khorosho "How Nice It Is Here", Op. 21 No. 7

    01:55
    $2.40
  • Na smert’ chizhika "On the Death of a Linnet", Op. 21 No. 8
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Na smert’ chizhika "On the Death of a Linnet", Op. 21 No. 8

    02:50
    $2.40
  • Khristos voskres "Christ Is Risen", Op. 26 No. 6
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Khristos voskres "Christ Is Risen", Op. 26 No. 6

    02:45
    $2.40
  • K detjam "To the Children", Op. 26 No. 7
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    K detjam "To the Children", Op. 26 No. 7

    03:14
    $2.40
  • V molchan’i nochi tajnoj "In the Silence of the Mysterious Night", Op. 4 No. 3
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    V molchan’i nochi tajnoj "In the Silence of the Mysterious Night", Op. 4 No. 3

    02:42
    $2.40
  • Ne poj, krasavitsa, pri mne "Do Not Sing to Me, My Beauty", Op. 4 No. 4
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Ne poj, krasavitsa, pri mne "Do Not Sing to Me, My Beauty", Op. 4 No. 4

    04:35
    $2.40
  • Vesennije vody "Spring Waters", Op. 14 No. 11
    Composer(s) Sergei Rachmaninov
    Artist(s) Jacques Imbrailo Alisdair Hogarth

    Vesennije vody "Spring Waters", Op. 14 No. 11

    02:09
    $2.40

Total running time: 59 minutes.

Album information

Jacques Imbrailo's debut solo recital for Linn sees him perform with fellow Prince Consort alumni, Alisdair Hogarth, in a mouth-watering programme of Sibelius and Rachmaninov songs.

Following critically acclaimed Glyndebourne performances in Michael Grandage’s Billy Budd and Brett Dean’s Hamlet, Jacques Imbrailo has established himself as one of the most exciting young baritones on the world stage. His debut solo recital for Linn sees him perform with fellow Prince Consort alumni, Alisdair Hogarth, in a mouth-watering programme of Sibelius and Rachmaninov songs.

Among the selection is In the silence of the mysterious night, one of Rachmaninov’s best-loved songs and one of the composer’s greatest achievements in this genre. Rachmaninov’s trademark melodicism is met with a perfect partner in Imbrailo’s lyric baritone, whilst his expressive and highly intricate accompaniments find a worthy partner in Hogarth.

Providing a welcome contrast to the intensity of Rachmaninov is the Nordic sentimentality that Sibelius brings to his highly romantic songs. The pearl of the Opus 37 collection is Was it a dream?, which the composer himself described as ‘my most beautiful song’. Together the duo perfectly communicates the passions and anxieties of a poet’s lost love; the rich tone of Imbrailo’s final note provides an immensely satisfying close.