The Trees They Grow So High (album)

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The Trees They Grow So High
(Early One Morning)
Studio album by Sarah Brightman
Released 1988
Genre Folk
Length 52:53
Label EMI
Producer John Fraser
Sarah Brightman chronology
The Trees They Grow So High
The Songs That Got Away

The Trees They Grow So High (also Early One Morning[1]) is the debut album of English soprano Sarah Brightman. The album consists of European folk songs with arrangements by Benjamin Britten and accompanying piano by Geoffrey Parsons.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Early One Morning" 3:30
2. "Come You Not from Newcastle?" 1:26
3. "Sweet Polly Oliver" 2:53
4. "The Trees They Grow So High" 4:33
5. "The Ash Grove" 2:42
6. "O Waly, Waly" 4:43
7. "How Sweet the Answer" 2:12
8. "The Plough Boy" 2:02
9. "Voici le Printemps" 2:00
10. "The Last Rose of Summer" 4:33
11. "La belle, est au jardin d'amour" 3:34
12. "Fileuse" 2:04
13. "Dear Harp of My Country!" 2:33
14. "Little Sir William" 3:27
15. "O Can Ye Sew Cushions?" 2:36
16. "Oft in the Stilly Night" 2:48
17. "Quand j'étais chez mon père" 2:09
18. "There's None to Soothe" 2:09
19. "Oliver Cromwell" 0:51
Total length: 52:53

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2014) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[2] 135