The Pulse of an Irishman
Irish and Scottish Songs arranged by Beethoven
Early in the nineteenth century, George Thomson was concerned that the traditional songs of the British Isles were being lost. In an effort to preserve them, he commissioned arrangements from the finest composers of his time, including Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven tackled the commission enthusiastically, although not without some grumbling regarding his fee. This new recording offers a selection of these entertaining and unjustly neglected pieces. All songs are performed in English, as intended by Beethoven and are accompanied with piano, violin and cello.
The Pulse of an Irishman features singers Steven
Stull, Timothy LeFebvre, Kimberly LaGraff, Linda Larson and Todd
accompanied by violinist Brian Brooks, cellist Laura Kramer and pianist
Kathy Hansen. Recordings are available directly from CRS Barn and from
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