Chris Dudley, Nick Pepin, June Clark | Reflections across the Pond

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Reflections across the Pond

by Chris Dudley, Nick Pepin, June Clark

Stunning countertenor duets bridge the ocean between the US and UK with classical and romantic songs from the past and present
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sound theTrumpet - Henry Purcell (Duet)
2:39 album only
2. O dive custos - Henry Purcell (Duet)
7:15 album only
3. Flow my tears - John Dowland (Solo)
3:48 album only
4. Down by the Salley Gardens - Benjamin Britten (Solo)
1:57 album only
5. O Waly, Waly - Benjamin Britten (Solo)
3:45 album only
6. Near Woodstock Town - Percy Grainger (solo + piano)
2:11 album only
7. In vain the am\'rous flute - Henry Purcell (Duet)
6:53 album only
8. Music for a while - Henry Purcell (Solo)
3:38 album only
9. Now, O now I needs must part (Solo) (Piano solo)
6:44 album only
10. Deep River - arranged June Clark (Duet)
3:14 album only
11. There is a balm in Gilead - arranged June Clark (Duet)
2:20 album only
12. Were you there? - arranged June Clark (Solo)
4:20 album only
13. Shenandoah - arranged June Clark (Solo)
3:26 album only
14. Of these four letters - arranged June Clark (Duet)
2:44 album only
15. I wonder as I wander - arranged June Clark (Duet)
2:25 album only
16. How far is it to Bethlehem? - arranged June Clark (Duet)
2:57 album only
17. Take, O take those lips away - RogerQuilter (Solo)
1:30 album only
18. Now sleeps the crimson petal - Roger Quilter (Solo)
2:01 album only
19. Fair and true - Peter Warlock (Solo)
2:10 album only
20. Yarmouth Fair - Peter Warlock (Solo)
1:56 album only
21. Comic duet for two cats - Rossini (Duet)
4:15 album only


Album Notes
CHRIS DUDLEY (countertenor), a native of Great Britain, former Chorister at St. George’s Windsor Castle, and Choral Scholar at Norwich Cathedral, came to the US in 2001 after attaining a BA in Music from the University of East Anglia. A graduate of the Masters of Music, Performance & Pedagogy Program of the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins, Chris has been in great demand as a chorus and solo singer in the Washington DC area. He is currently a Lay Clerk at Washington National Cathedral and St. Paul's K Street, both in the USA. In 2005, Chris made a CD with his quartet, the Countertop Quartet, a group where he and Nick Pepin are co-founding singers. Chris still resides in the USA, where he continues to sing and teach professionally

NICK PEPIN has held Lay Clerk positions as countertenor in many British cathedrals including Durham, Portsmouth, and most recently Winchester, where he sang on numerous recordings, including a disk of Gibbons verse anthems with Hyperion. He sings regularly as a soloist in oratorio, especially Bach and Handel, having appeared in the U.K. with the London Festival Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, The Northern Sinfonia, the Parley of Instruments, the Bournemouth Sinfonietta, the Bach Choir and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a member of the early music group Polyhymnia, specialising in Spanish renaissance repertoire. Nick has given many recitals, accompanied by his mother, June Clark, in his own group ‘Pennine Parnassus’, both in Europe and the USA. In 2004 Nick became a founder member of the upper- voice Countertop Quartet where he also met Chris Dudley. This is his third solo CD, following “Gentle Springs” and “Let Us Light a Candle”.

JUNE CLARK studied at the Royal Academy of Music and worked as a composer with Alan Bush, with her first works published while still a student. As a pianist she studied with Cyril Smith, making her debut as a duo pianist with Joan Ryall during the 1958 Wagner Festival in Bayreuth. An international piano career followed with the BBC, and with appearances at major festivals. In 1967 the duo won First Prize in the International Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music in Utrecht. To date her published works number 35 and centre on choral and piano composition and arrangements for voices, several of which feature on all three CDs.



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