Kathleen Ferrier discography

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In the course of her professional life the English contralto Kathleen Ferrier made a large number of recordings. In the summer of 1944 she signed a contract with Columbia, which lasted until February 1946. She then transferred to Decca, and remained with them until her death in October 1953. Apart from her studio recordings, many of her live performances and broadcast recitals were recorded, sometimes privately. Some of these were later issued as commercial recordings; others are held by individuals or in the archives of broadcasting companies. The list is not necessarily complete.

Many of Ferrier's recordings were initially issued on 78 rpm discs. In due course these and later recordings were reissued in other formats: Long-playing (LP), cassette tape and compact disc (CD). The tables list only the dates and locations of the initial recordings. Between 1992 and 1996 Decca issued the Kathleen Ferrier Edition, which incorporated the great majority of her studio recordings and some live performances into 10 compact discs.

Studio recordings, 1944–52[edit]

Work Composer Accompanying forces When/where recorded KFE Vol. no. Notes Ref.
"What is Life?" Gluck Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 30:6:1944
From Orfeo ed Euridice (translated as "Orpheus".) [1]
Constancy (Op. 3 No. 1) Brahms Gerald Moore (piano):
London:
Abbey Road (piano) 30:6:1944
[1]
Feinsliebchen ("Sweetheart") Brahms Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 30:6:1944
From 49 Deutsche Volkslieder [1]
"My Work is Done" Elgar Gerald Moore (piano) London: Abbey Road 30:6:1944 From The Dream of Gerontius [1]
"I Will Lay Me Down in Peace" Greene Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 30:9:1944
[2]
"O Praise the Lord" Greene Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 30:9:1944
[2]
"Spring is Coming" Handel Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 24:4:1945
From Ottone [3]
"Come To Me, Soothing Sleep" Handel Gerald Moore (piano) London:
Abbey Road 24:4:1945
From Ottone [3]
"Sound the Trumpet" Purcell Gerald Moore (piano)
Isobel Baillie (soprano)
London:
Abbey Road 21:9:1945
From The Ode for Queen Mary [4]
"Let Us Wonder" Purcell Gerald Moore (piano)
Isobel Baillie (soprano)
London:
Abbey Road 21:9:1945
From The Indian Queen [4]
"Shepherd, Leave Decoying" Purcell Gerald Moore (piano)
Isobel Baillie (soprano)
London:
Abbey Road 21:9:1945
From King Arthur [4]
"I Would that My Love" Op. 63 No, 1 Mendelssohn Gerald Moore (piano)
Isobel Baillie (soprano)
London:
Abbey Road 21:9:1945
[4]
"Greeting" Op. 63 No. 3 Mendelssohn Gerald Moore (piano)
Isobel Baillie (soprano)
London:
Abbey Road 21:9:1945
[4]
"Have Mercy, Lord, on Me" Bach National Symphony Orchestra cond. Malcolm Sargent
David McCullum (violin)
London:
Kingsway Hall 6:2:1946
3 From St Matthew Passion [5][6]
"Art Thou Troubled?" Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Malcolm Sargent London:
Kingsway Hall 27:2:1946
3 From Rodelinda ("Dove sei, amato bene") [5][6]
"What is Life?" Gluck London Symphony Orchestra cond. Malcolm Sargent London:
Kingsway Hall 27:2:1946
3 [5][6]
Stabat Mater Pergolesi Joan Taylor (soprano); The Boyd Neel Orchestra cond. Roy Henderson; Nottingham Oriana Choir London:
Broadhurst Gardens 28:5:1946
3 [6][7]
"O Rest in the Lord" Mendelssohn The Boyd Neel Orchestra cond. Boyd Neel London:
Broadhurst Gardens 2:9:1946
3 From Elijah [6][8]
"Woe unto Them" Mendelssohn The Boyd Neel Orchestra cond. Boyd Neel London:
Broadhurst Gardens 2:9:1946
3 From Elijah [6][8]
Gretchen am Spinnrade Op. 2 Schubert Phyllis Spurr (piano) London: Broadhurst Gardens 14:3:1947 4 [9][10]
Die junge Nonne Op. 43 No. 1 Schubert Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:3:1947
4 [9][10]
Orfeo ed Euridice Gluck Soloists; Southern Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Fritz Stiedry; Glyndebourne Festival Chorus London:
Kingsway Hall 29:6:1947
1 "Concise" version (although main arias are uncut) [11][12]
St Matthew Passion Bach Soloists; The Jacques Orchestra cond. Reginald Jacques; The Bach Choir; London:
Kingsway Hall 30:6:47 and 4:7:47
Ferrier's arias from abridged version [13]
Vier ernste Gesänge Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 7/8:10:1947
Not issued [14]
Gestillte Sehnsucht Op. 91 No. 1 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 9:12:1947
Not issued [15]
Geistliches Wiegenlied Op. 91 No. 2 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 9:12:1947
Not issued [15]
Rhapsody for contralto, male chorus and orchestra (Alto Rhapsody) Brahms London Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Clemens Krauss; London Philharmonic Choir London:
Kingsway Hall 19:12:1947
10 [15][16]
St Matthew Passion Bach Soloists; The Jacques Orchestra cond. Reginald Jacques; The Bach Choir; London:
Kingsway Hall 3:5:1948 – 11:6:1948
2 Ferrier's arias from almost complete version [13][17]
Ombra mai fu Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Malcolm Sargent London:
Kingsway Hall 14:5:1948
From Xerxes. Not issued [18]
Gestillte Sehnsucht Op. 91 No. 1 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 22:6:1948
Repeat of session 9:12:1947. Again not issued [18]
Geistliches Wiegenlied Op. 91 No. 2 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 22:6:1948
Repeat of session 9:12:1947. Again not issued [18]
"Silent Night" Gruber Boyd Neel String Orchestra cond. Boyd Neel London:
Broadhurst Gardens 6:8:1948
4 [10][19]
"O Come, All Ye Faithful" Traditional Boyd Neel String Orchestra cond. Boyd Neel London:
Broadhurst Gardens 6:8:1948
4 [10][19]
Ombra mai fu Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Malcolm Sargent London:
Kingsway Hall 7:10:1948
3 Retake of session on 14:5:1948 [6][19]
"Blow the Wind Southerly" Traditional Unaccompanied London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
"My Bonny Lad" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
"The keel row" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
"Have You Seen but a Whyte Lillie Grow" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
"Willow, Willow" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
[20][21]
"The Lover's Curse" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
"Down by the salley gardens" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:2:1949
8 [20][21]
Der Musensohn D. 764 Op. 92 No. 1 Schubert Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:2:1949
Not issued [20]
An die Musik D. 547 Op. 88 No. 4 Schubert Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:2:1949
4 [10][20]
Gestillte Sehnsucht Op. 91 No, 1 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 15:2:1949
10 Repeat of session 22:6:1948 [16][18]
Geistliches Wiegenlied Op. 91 No. 2 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano); Max Gilbert (viola) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 15:2:1949
10 Repeat of session 22:6:1948 [16][18]
Kindertotenlieder Mahler Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Bruno Walter London:
Kingsway Hall 4:10:1949
[22]
Cantata No. 11: Praise God Bach Soloists; The Jacques Orchestra cond. Reginald Jacques; The Cantata Singers; Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 1.11 49
3 [6][23]
Cantata No. 67: Hold in Affection Jesus Christ Bach Soloists; The Jacques Orchestra cond. Reginald Jacques; The Cantata Singers; Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord); Osborne Peasgood (organ) London:
Kingsway Hall 3.11 49
[23]
Sapphische Ode Op. 94 No. 4 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 19:12:1949
4 [10][24]
Botschaft Op. 47 No. 1 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 19:12:1949
4 [10][24]
Der Musensohn Op. 92 No. 1 Schubert Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 19:12:1949
4 [10][24]
Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42 Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:7:1950
4 [10][25]
"Seit ich ihn gesehn"
"Er der Herrlichste von allen"
Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:7:1950
4 [10][25]
"Ich kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben"
"Du Ring an meinem Finger"
Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:7:1950
4 [10][25]
"Helft mir, ihr Schwestern"
"Süßer Freund, du blickest"
Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:7:1950
4 [10][25]
"An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust"
"Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan"
Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:7:1950
4 [10][25]
Widmung Op. 25 No. 1 Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:7:1950
4 [10][25]
Volksliedchen Op. 51 No. 2 Schumann John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:7:1950
4 [10][25]
Vier ernste Gesänge Op. 121 Brahms John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 17:7:1950
10 [16][25]
'"The Fidgety Bairn" Traditional John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 17:7:1950
8 [21][25]
"Ca' the Yowes" Traditional John Newmark (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 14:7:1950
8 [21][25]
"O Waly, Waly" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
[26]
"I Have a Bonnet Trimmed with Blue Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"My Boy Willie" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"I Will Walk With My Love" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
8 [26]
"The Stuttering Lovers" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal" Quilter Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 10:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"I Know Where I'm Going" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 11:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"The Fair House of Joy" Quilter Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 11:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"To Daisies" Quilter Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 11:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"Over the Mountains" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"Ye Banks and ye Braes" Robert Burns Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:12:1951
8 [21][26]
"Drink to Me Only with Mine Eyes" Traditional Phyllis Spurr (piano) London:
Broadhurst Gardens 12:12:1951
8 [21][26]
Das Lied von der Erde Mahler Soloist; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Bruno Walter Vienna:
Grosser Musikvereinssaal 16:5:1952
[27]
Three Rückert Songs Mahler Soloist; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Bruno Walter Vienna:
Grosser Musikvereinssaal 16:5:1952
10 [16][27]
"Grief for Sin" from St Matthew Passion Bach London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 7:10:1952
7 [28][29]
"All is Fulfilled" from St John Passion Bach London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord); Ambrose Gauntlet (Viola da gamba) London:
Kingsway Hall 7:10:1952
7 [28][29]
Qui sedes from Mass in B minor Bach London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord); Michael Dobson (Oboe d'amore) London:
Kingsway Hall 7:10:1952
7 [28][29]
Agnus Dei from Mass in B minor Bach London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 7:10:1952
7 [28][29]
"O Thou That Tellest" from Messiah Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 8:10:1952
7 [28][29]
"Father of Heaven" from Judas Maccabaeus Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 8:10:1952
7 [28][29]
"He Was Despised" from Messiah Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 8:10:1952
7 [28][29]
"Return, O God of Hosts" from Samson Handel London Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Basil Lam (Harpsichord) London:
Kingsway Hall 8:10:1952
[28]

Recordings of broadcasts and live performances, 1945–53[edit]

Work Composer Accompanying forces When/where recorded KFE Vol. no. Notes Ref.
On the Field of Kulikovo Shaporin Soloists, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Choral Society cond. Albert Coates London:
Maida Vale 7:11:1945
BBC recording of broadcast. Not commercially issued [30]
The Rape of Lucretia Britten Soloists; Glyndebourne Opera Orchestra cond. uncertain Amsterdam:
4/5:10:1946
Dutch Radio recording of a live performances [31]
The Rape of Lucretia Britten Soloists; Glyndebourne Opera Orchestra cond. Reginald Goodall London:
Camden Hippodrome 11:10:1946
Private recording of live performance; only excerpts survive [31]
"Song of Songs" Jacobson Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 3:11:1947
Recording of live BBC broadcast, not issued [14]
"Three Psalms: 6, 23 and 150" Rubbra Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 3:11:1947
Recording of live BBC broadcast, not issued [14]
Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125 Beethoven Soloists; London Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Bruno Walter; London Philharmonic Choir London:
Royal Albert Hall 13:11:1947
Recording of live BBC broadcast, in Swedish National Radio archives [32]
Symphony No. 3 in D minor Mahler BBC Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult; Mixed choirs London:
Maida Vale 29:11:1947
Privately made recording of BBC broadcast [15]
Das Lied von der Erde Mahler Soloists; New York Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Bruno Walter New York:
Carnegie Hall 18:1:1948
Recording of live WCBS broadcast; only excerpts released commercially [33]
Four Poems of St Teresa of Avila Berkeley String orchestra cond. Arnold Goldsborough London:
4:4:1948 (location uncertain, possibly Aeolian Hall)
Recording of a live BBC broadcast [18]
"Love Is a Bable" Parry Gerald Moore (piano) Edinburgh:
Freemasons' Hall 26:8:1948
Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [19]
Four Serious Songs Brahms BBC Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Malcolm Sargent London:
Royal Albert Hall 12:1:1949
5 Recording of live BBC broadcast [34][35]
Spring Symphony Britten Soloists; Concertgebouw Orchestra cond. Eduard van Beinum Amsterdam:
Concertgebouw 17:7:1949
Private recording presented by Lord Harewood to National Sound Archive [36]
Die junge Nonne Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Der Vollmund strahlt Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Du liebst mich nicht Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Der Tod und das Mädchen Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Der Suleika 1 Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Du bist die Ruh Schubert Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Frauenliebe und -leben Schumann Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer Brahms Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Der Tod, das ist die kühle Nacht Brahms Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Botschaft Brahms Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Von ewiger Liebe Brahms Bruno Walter (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 7:9:1949
9 Recording of live BBC broadcast from Edinburgh Festival [37][38]
Alto Rhapsody Op. 53 Brahms Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra cond. Fritz Busch; Male Chorus Copenhagen:
Denmark Radio Studio 1 6:10:1949
Incomplete recording of radio broadcast [39]
Von ewiger Liebe Op. 43 No. 1 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano) Copenhagen:
Denmark Radio Studio 1 6:10:1949
Incomplete recording of radio broadcast [39]
Wir wandelten Op. 96 No. 2 Brahms Phyllis Spurr (piano) Copenhagen:
Denmark Radio Studio 1 6:10:1949
Incomplete recording of radio broadcast [39]
Alto Rhapsody Op. 53 Brahms Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra cond. Erik Tuxen; Male chorus Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 14:10:1949
Not issued [39]
"Hark! The Echoing Air" Purcell Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 From The Fairy-Queen
Recording of radio broadcast
[39][40]
"Like as the Love-lorn Turtle" Handel Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 From Atalanta
Recording of radio broadcast
[39][40]
"How Changed the Vision" Handel Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 From Admeto
Recording of radio broadcast
[39][40]
"Mad Bess of Bedlam" Purcell Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 From Choice Ayres and Songs
Recording of radio broadcast
[39][40]
Verborgenheit: Mörike-Lieder No. 12 Wolf Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 Recording of radio broadcast [39][40]
Der Gärtner: Mörike-Lieder No. 17 Wolf Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 Recording of radio broadcast [39][40]
Auf ein altes Bild: Mörike-Lieder No. 23 Wolf Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 Recording of radio broadcast [39][40]
Auf einer Wanderung: Mörike-Lieder No. 15 Wolf Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 Recording of radio broadcast [39][40]
Altar Jensen Phyllis Spurr (piano) Oslo:
Studio of Norsk Rikskringkasting 16:10:1949
6 Recording of radio broadcast [39][40]
Vergiss mein nicht Bach Milicent Silver (harpsichord) London:
Maida Vale 12:12:1949
6 Recording of BBC broadcast [24][40]
Ach dass nicht die letzte Stunde Bach Milicent Silver (harpsichord) London:
Maida Vale 12:12:1949
6 Recording of BBC broadcast [24][40]
Kleine Kantate von Wald und Au Telemann Milicent Silver (harpsichord); John Francis (flute) George Roth (cello) London:
Maida Vale 12:12:1949
Recording of BBC broadcast [24]
Four Serious Songs Op. 121 Brahms John Newmark (piano) New York:
Town Hall 8:1:1950
Private recording, not commercially issued [41]
Orfeo ed Euridice Gluck Soloists; The Little Orchestra Society cond. Thomas Scherman New York: Town Hall 17:3:1950 Private recording, not commercially issued [41]
Bist du bei mir from The Anna Magdalena Song Book Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel then attributed to Bach John Newmark (piano) Location and date uncertain 6 Recorded during third American tour. A possible Voice of America broadcast [40][42]
St Matthew Passion Bach Soloists; Vienna Symphony Orchestra cond. Herbert von Karajan; Wiener Singverein; Alois Forer and Anton Heiler (organ) Vienna:
Musikvereinssaal 9:6:1950
Recorded from an Austrian radio broadcast [43]
Mass in B Minor (excerpts) Bach Vienna Symphony Orchestra cond. Herbert von Karajan Vienna:
Musikvereinssaal 13 or 14:6:1950
Recording during rehearsals for broadcast performance 15:6:1950 [43]
Mass in B Minor Bach Soloists; Vienna Symphony Orchestra cond. Herbert von Karajan; Wiener Singverein; Alois Forer and Anton Heiler (organ); Karl Pilss (harpsichord) Vienna:
Musikvereinssaal 15:6:1950
Recording of broadcast performance [43]
"Where You Walk" (from Semele Handel Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"Like as the Love-lorn Turtle" (from Atalanta Handel Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"Hark! The Echoing Air" Purcell Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
From The Fairy-Queen. Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Lasciatemi morire from Arianna Monteverdi Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Pur dicesti Lotti Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Che farò from Orfeo ed Euridice Gluck Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Lachen und Weinen Op. 59 No. 4 Schubert Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Sonntag Op. 47 No. 3 Brahms Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"Love Is a Bable" Op. 152 No. 3 Parry Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"The Fairy Lough" Op. 77 No. 2 Stanford Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"Ca' the Yowes" Traditional Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
"The Spanish lady" Traditional Giorgio Favaretto (piano) Milan:
Probably RAI Studios 6:2:1951
Recording of broadcast recital [44]
Poème de l'amour et de la mer Op. 19 Chausson Hallé Orchestra cond. Sir John Barbirolli Manchester:
Milton Hall 9:3:51
5 Recording of broadcast recital [35][44]
Orfeo ed Euridice Gluck Soloists; Netherlands Opera Orchestra and Chorus, cond. Charles Bruck Amsterdam:
Stadsschouwburg, 10:7:1951
Recording of Dutch Radio broadcast [45]
Kindertotenlieder Mahler Concertgebouw Orchestra cond. Otto Klemperer Amsterdam:
Concertgebouw 12:7:1951
Recording from broadcast concert [46]
Symphony No. 2 Mahler Soloist; Concertgebouw Orchestra cond. Otto Klemperer; Amsterdam Koonkunstkoor Amsterdam:
Concertgebouw 12:7:1951
Recording from broadcast concert [46]
Mass in B minor Bach Soloists; Boyd Neel Orchestra cond. Georges Enescu; BBC Chorus; George Malcolm (harpsichord) London:
Broadcasting House 17:7:1951
Recording of BBC radio broadcast. Not commercially issued [47]
"Land of Hope and Glory" Elgar Hallé Orchestra cond. Sir John Barbirolli Manchester:
Free Trade Hall 16:11:1951
Recording of a BBC radio broadcast [48]
Ganymed Op. 19 No. 3 Schubert Benjamin Britten (piano) London:
Maida Vale 4:2:1952
4 Part of a recital which was broadcast 13 May 1952 [10][49]
Du liebst mich nich Op. 59 No. 1 Schubert Benjamin Britten (piano) London:
Maida Vale 4:2:1952
4 Part of a recital which was broadcast 13 May 1952 [10][49]
Lachen und Weinen Op. 59 No. 4 Schubert Benjamin Britten (piano) London:
Maida Vale 4:2:1952
4 Part of a recital which was broadcast 13 May 1952 [10][49]
Ruhe Süssliebchen in Schatten from Die schöne Magelone Op. 33 No. 9 Brahms Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 2:4:1952
Recording of broadcast recital [49]
Auf dem See Op. 59 No. 2 Brahms Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 2:4:1952
Recording of broadcast recital [49]
Wir wandelten Op. 96 No. 2 Brahms Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 2:4:1952
Recording of broadcast recital. Not commercially issued. [49]
Es Schauen die Blumen Op. 96 No. 3 Brahms Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 2:4:1952
Recording of broadcast recital [49]
Der Jäger Op. 95 No. 4 Brahms Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 2:4:1952
Recording of broadcast recital [49]
Das Lied von der Erde Mahler Soloist; Hallé Orchestra cond. Sir John Barbirolli Manchester:
Milton Hall 22:4:1952
Private recording of broadcast concert. Not commercially issued [50]
"The Fairy Lough" Op. 77 No. 2 Stanford Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"A Soft Day" Op. 140 No. 3 Stanford Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"Love Is a Bable" Parry Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"Silent Noon" Vaughan Williams Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [51]
"Go not, Happy Day" Bridge Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"Sleep" Warlock Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"Pretty Ring Time" Warlock Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"O Waly, Waly" Traditional Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
"Come You not from Newcastle" Traditional Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [51]
"Kitty my Love" Traditional Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Broadcasting House 5:6:1952
6 recording issued June 1954, royalties to Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research Fund [40][51]
Three Vocal Quartets Brahms Soloists; Hans Gál (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 2:9:1952
Privately recorded, not commercially issued [52]
Liebslieder Waltzer Op. 52 Brahms Soloists; Hans Gál and Clifford Curzon (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 2:9:1952
Recorded at 1952 Edinburgh Festival recital [52]
Zum Schluss from Neue Liebeslieder Op. 65 Brahms Soloists; Hans Gál and Clifford Curzon (piano) Edinburgh:
Usher Hall 2:9:1952
Recorded at 1952 Edinburgh Festival recital [52]
Suleika Op. 14 No. 1 Schubert Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 29:9:1952
From a broadcast recital shared with Myra Hess [53]
Der Vollmond strahlt from Rosamunde Op. 26 Schubert Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 29:9:1952
From a broadcast recital shared with Myra Hess [53]
Rastlose Liebe Op. 5 No. 1 Schubert Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 29:9:1952
From a broadcast recital shared with Myra Hess [53]
Wasserfluth from Winterreise Op. 89 No. 6 Schubert Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 29:9:1952
From a broadcast recital shared with Myra Hess [53]
Die junge Nonne Op. 43 No. 1 Schubert Frederick Stone (piano) London:
Maida Vale 29:9:1952
From a broadcast recital shared with Myra Hess [53]
"Discovery" Op. 13 Ferguson Ernest Lush (piano) London:
Maida Vale 12:1:1953
5 Recording of Ferrier's last broadcast recital [35][54]
"Red Skies" Wordsworth Ernest Lush (piano) London:
Maida Vale 12:1:1953
5 Recording of Ferrier's last broadcast recital [35][54]
Three Psalms, Op. 61 Rubbra Ernest Lush (piano) London:
Maida Vale 12:1:1953
5 Recording of Ferrier's last broadcast recital [35][54]

Footnotes[edit]

The Appendix to Winifred Ferrier's The Life of Kathleen Ferrier contains "taken from her own notebook, a list of what she sang" (pp. 185-91); under Folk Songs arrangers of some of the songs are recorded, e.g. Whittaker for "Blow the wind southerly".

References[edit]

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  9. ^ a b Campion, p. 19
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