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One of the great tenors of his generation loved by opera audiences all over the world. Robert Tear, who has died aged 72, was without question the most versatile and probably the most intelligent tenor of his generation, as authoritative in the music of the lutenist John Dowland as he was in settings of his own verses by Jonathan Dove. Likewise, he seemed as much at home on the stage as in oratorio and recital.
|A100 Units 13 And 14|
|A1||Introduction To Music|
|A2||Introduction To Music|
|A3||Introduction To Music|
|A4||Introduction To Music|
|A5||Introduction To Music|
|A6||Introduction To Music|
|A7||Introduction To Music|
|A8||Introduction To Music|
|A9||Introduction To Music|
|A10||Introduction To Music|
|A11||Introduction To Music|
|A12||Introduction To Music|
|A13||Introduction To Music|
|A14||Introduction To Music|
|A15||Introduction To Music|
|A16||Introduction To Music|
|A17||Form And Meaning|
|A100 Units 15 And 16|
|B1||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B2||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B3||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B4||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B5||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B6||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B7||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B8||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B9||Variations: Up Tails All|
|B10||Sonata 8, 1st Movement|
|B11||Sonata 8, 1st Movement|
|B12||Sonata 8, 1st Movement|
|B13||Sonata 8, 1st Movement|
|B14||Sonata 8, 1st Movement|
|B15||In Dulci Jubilo|
|B16||In Dulci Jubilo|
- Copyright (c) – Open University
- Harpsichord, Organ – Gerald Hendrie (tracks: B1 to B16)
- Piano – Gerald Hendrie
- Tenor Vocals – Robert Tear
- Written-By – Anon.* (tracks: B15, B16), Giles Farnaby (tracks: B1 to B9), Joseph Haydn (tracks: B10 to B14)
NotesThis record accompanies correspondence course material in Open University Arts Foundation Course, units 13-14, Introduction to Music, and the music sections of Units 15-16, Form and Meaning.
The harpsichord and piano belong to the Open university.
Harpsichord, by David Rubio, Duns Tew, Oxford, 1969
Grand Piano, by Steinway of Humburg, 1969
Organ, by Walker Organs, Ruislip, Middlesex, 1963
Tracks are referred to as "Band" e.g.; Band 1, Band 2, etc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): OU 2 1Y//5▽420 1 1 3 04
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): OU 2 2Y//2▽420 1 2 2
|OUA 100, OUA100||Gerald Hendrie, Robert Tear||Gerald Hendrie, Robert Tear - Introduction To Music / Form And Meaning (LP, Whi)||Open University, Open University||OUA 100, OUA100||UK||1971|