Insomnia Aurora Orchestra
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- Ivor Gurney (1890-1937)
- 15 Elizabethan Songs: IV. Sleep (arr. Farrington)03:07
- François Couperin (1668-1733)
- 2Les Baricades mistérieuses (arr. Adès)02:46
- Benjamin Britten (1913-1976): Nocturne, Op. 60
- 3I. On a poet's lips I slept03:07
- 4II. Below the thunders of the upper deep03:16
- 5III. Encinctured with a twine of leaves02:09
- 6IV. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting02:16
- 7V. But that night when on my bed I lay02:53
- 8VI. She sleeps on soft, last breaths04:36
- 9VII. What is more gentle than a wind in summer?03:05
- 10VIII. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see04:11
- John Lennon (1940-1980), Paul McCartney (1942)
- 11Blackbird (arr. Farrington)02:56
- Brett Dean (1961)
- 12Pastoral Symphony16:43
- György Ligeti (1923-2006)
- 13Poème symphonique (for 100 Metronomes)03:55
- Peter Buck (1956), Mike Mills (1966), Michael Stipe (1960)
- 14I've been High (arr. Tognetti)03:43
Info for Insomnia
Insomnia is the second Warner Classics album from the innovative, imaginative Aurora Orchestra and its Principal Conductor Nicholas Collon. In a typically colourful themed programme it explores the night, its thoughts and dreams and the hazy space between waking and sleeping. Britten’s Nocturne – with tenor Allan Clayton – and Brett Dean’s Pastoral Symphony are juxtaposed with music by Couperin, Ligeti, Gurney, The Beatles and R.E.M.
While its name evokes the dawn, the Aurora Orchestra has chosen to devote its second Warner Classics release to an exploration of a troubled night – its thoughts and dreams and the hazy space between waking and sleeping. The album carries a striking, but apt name: Insomnia.
Allan Clayton, tenor
Nicholas Collon, conductor
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