Still Life (Annie Haslam album)
|Studio album by Annie Haslam|
|Label||Spartan Music (UK)
One Way Records (US)
|Annie Haslam chronology|
Still Life is the second solo album by Renaissance vocalist Annie Haslam, recorded with Louis Clark and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1985. The album consisted of popular classical tunes set to the lyrics of poet and Renaissance lyricist Betty Thatcher. A remastered two-disc edition was released on April 25, 2011, with the second disc offering an instrumental version of each song.
The Bolton News described Still Life as the marriage of classical and popular music at its very best. Allmusic's Tomas Mureika called it "one of Haslam's career highlights: a gorgeous, lyrical, and endlessly listenable collection of classical pop nuggets, topped off with brilliant—often profound—lyrics."
- "Forever Bound" (Adagio cantabile from Symphony No. 5, Tchaikovsky)
- "Still Life" (Air from Suite No. 3 in D major, J. S. Bach)
- "One Day" (Berceuse from Dolly, Fauré)
- "Ave Verum" (Mozart)
- "Shine" (Gymnopédie No. 2, Satie)
- "Careless Love" (Étude Op. 10 No. 3, Chopin)
- "Glitter and Dust" (Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky)
- "The Day You Strayed" (Pavane, Fauré)
- "Save Us All" (Adagio in G minor, Giazotto)
- "Skaila" (La Calinda, Delius)
- "Bitter Sweet" (The Swan from Carnival of the Animals, Saint-Saëns)
- "Chains and Threads" (Tannhäuser, Wagner)
- "Louis Clark And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra With The Royal Choral Society Featuring Annie Haslam - Still Life". Discogs. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
- "Annie Haslam - Still Life". Discogs. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
- Allmusic review
- Hutchinson, Martin (19 September 2011), "CD Review: Annie Haslam / Louis Clark - Still Life", The Bolton News